This is not a question, but rather a comment on the issue very close to my heart. I’ve just purchased your book and finding it extremely helpful. While browsing through your website I came across the topic of vitamin D and lyme disease. You mentioned that you do not really have the experience with it yourself, so cannot advise people. I would like to share my perspective with you. I live in South Africa and I only was diagnosed with lyme this year although I suspected I had a very abnormal bacterial infection for at least 4 years. But – you know the story – the numerous doctors I went to did not want to listen etc. We do not have any LLMDs here anyway, the only more or less knowledgeable doctor specializing in rickettsial infections lives 600 km away. So I had to make do with normal ignorant lot.
I think you are correct in that some people do have trouble with vitamin D. Oddly enough in some people vitamin D supplementation helps them recover. I think your approach was the best one, that is, to really take a look at what is happening to you and then find out what works for you and what does not. The one thing that lyme generally does do for anyone without a closed mind is to generate humility. There is no one way to health and the lyme bacteria make sure that that message is strong and clear. Thanks for your input.