Showing 10 results for the category: Infectiously Optimistic.
Yoga for chronic health conditions
PT columnist Candice interviews the chronically badass yogi Suzanne Stephens of Yoga Empowered. Suzanne was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1993 at 27 years of age and transformed her life through yoga.
Dr. Pamela Costello: Lyme literate holistic neuro physician
PT columnist Candice interviews Pamela Costello, M.D., PhD., about chronic neuroimmune illness, Byron White formulas and holistic healing.
What to eat when you can’t cook anything: Strategies for the chronically fatigued
by Candice | The room is spinning, your legs feel like jello, you've got an ice-pick headache and it feels like someone whacked you in the stomach with a ping pong paddle... And it's time to make breakfast.
What to eat when you can’t eat anything: Little Miss Sunbuttershine
by Candice | Sunbutter is an alternative to nut butter, made entirely of ground sunflower seeds. The first time I tasted it, I declared that it was sunshine in a jar.
What to eat when you can’t eat anything: Replacing forbidden favorites
by Candice | Sometimes, just occasionally...for a few moments...I really just want a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Sh#! lyme patients say
by Candice | Text for the lyme disease version of the video parody craze "Sh#! people say" that has been happening on youtube.com over the last couple months.
My notes on the Byron White lyme disease interview
Late stage lyme patient Candice shares her notes from the very informative September 4 Blog Talk Radio interview with Byron White Formulas founder, Byron White.
What to eat when you can’t eat anything
by Candice, late stage lyme sufferer | It's possible that my personal diet has the longest name out of all documented diets known to mankind.
I’m chronically infectious. Does it get better for me, too?
Late stage lyme sufferer Candice looks at the successful LGBT "It Gets Better Project" in response to recent gay suicides, and wonders who will speak out to prevent lyme suicides.
25 reasons why having chronic lyme disease makes you a badass
by Candice | While some people have a comic book collection or collect rare stamps, you collect infections, and happen to have more than a loaded petri dish.