Lyme Disease Book Reviews
My Battle with the Invisible Disability of Lyme Disease
by Yolanda Hadid
A former super-model and former cast member of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” Hadid details how she crisscrossed the globe to try an astonishing array of alternative and ancillary treatments for Lyme disease.
In the Crucible of Chronic Lyme Disease:
Collected Writings & Associated Materials
by Kenneth B. Liegner, MD
The CDC and IDSA dismiss any existence of chronic Lyme disease. In this book, Kenneth B. Liegner, M.D. has compiled into a single volume a compelling argument that the disease does exist.
My Promise to Alex
Through Pain Comes Purpose
by Jody Hudson with Penelope Childers
Eleven-year-old Alex Hudson battled with what perplexed doctors deemed a medical mystery. Her mother Jody wrote this book and founded the Alex Hudson Lyme Disease Foundation in her daughter’s memory.
Entertainment superstar Thalia, a Mexican and American singer and actress, discusses her Lyme disease experience.
How to be sick:
A Buddhist-inspired guide for the chronically ill and their caregivers
by Toni Bernhard
A book about how to “be” when you are sick. How to have a worthwhile existence, finding meaning, purpose and joy, even when chronic illness seems to have stolen your life away.
Recipes for Repair:
A Lyme Disease Cookbook
by Gail and Laura Piazza
This book offers 151 whole food recipes to reduce harmful inflammation caused by Lyme disease and chronic illnesses.