Key Takeaways To Tune In For
- [01:28] Dr. Ingles background and journey with Lyme disease
- [04:40] Did Dr. Ingles have to stop working during the time he had Lyme disease
- [08:45] What is Lyme disease
- [10:15] Do you have to have the target rash in order to have Lyme disease
- [12:09] What kind of testing is there for Lyme disease
- [16:15] The process of diagnosing Lyme disease
- [19:45] How Dr. Ingles approach differ from your experience
- [22:00] Five-step system to treating Lyme disease
- [29:45] Where does the autoimmune component come in
- [36:00] Dr. Ingles final advice
Resources talked about in this episode
- Guest website – Dr. Darin Ingels
- Guest social media – Dr. Ingel’s Instagram
- Guest book – The Lyme Solution: A 5-Part Plan to Fight the Inflammatory Autoimmune Response and Beat Lyme Disease.
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