The Lyme Diet Action Plan

taught by Nicola Ducharme, ND

Course description

Are you confused by all the information online about various diets?  

Do you want to make positive changes but don't know where to start?

Learn how to implement the optimal diet to support recovery from Lyme disease and other chronic illnesses. Dr. Nicola helps you to understand why particular dietary changes are crucial for your recovery, in a way that is easy to understand and implement. 

The program also includes a 35-page Action Plan, complete with shopping lists, meal plans, recipe ideas and how-to guides for making your own kefir, kombucha and bone broth.

Dr. Nicola has helped thousands of people adopt nutritional strategies that support healing. Take the first steps today and become empowered in your own health journey.

Nicola Ducharme, ND
Nicola Ducharme, ND

Nicola Ducharme is a Naturopathic Doctor who has been committed to helping people achieve better health for the past 20 years. Having trained as a naturopath in her home country of Australia, she went on to get her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the prestigious Bastyr University in Seattle, moving to San Diego in 2003 to start her private practice. As founder and medical director of RestorMedicine, she specializes in working with children on the autism spectrum and individuals with chronic Lyme disease.

Dr. Nicola has written four books on the subject of Lyme disease - The Lyme Diet, The Beginners Guide to Lyme Disease, Lyme Disease in Australia and Lyme Brain, and has been featured as a Lyme expert in Connie Strasheim's books on Lyme disease. She loves to write health and nutrition-related articles on her blog, The Naturopathic Mama.

Dr. Nicola is driven to help people find and understand the underlying cause of their health issues, rather than just addressing the symptoms. She is committed to helping individuals and families attain higher levels of health through empowering and educating them.

Dr. Nicola lives in San Diego with her husband Dave, their daughter Valentina, two dogs and four bunnies.