Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Support Group Meeting Update




"Most people dealing with Lyme eventually come face to face with the need to improve their diet. It may include going gluten-free, and/or eliminating assorted other food allergens, and/or finding ways to incorporate more organic, fresh produce into their daily meals. The simple fact is, what you eat has a tremendous effect on how well you can fight back from chronic illness. However, it’s also a fact that, when you’re sick, it can seem well-nigh impossible to make fundamental changes in your diet." {Gail and Laura Piazza, Authors of Recipes for Repair, A Lyme Disease Cookbook}

With that being said, it is an honor and privilege to announce this month's Guest Speaker ~ ANNIE ROSE WILLIAMS ~

Annie Rose Williams is a Nutritionist, Lifestyle Educator, and Health Coach. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Bowdoin College in 1985 and her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Connecticut, in August of 2012.

Annie's goal is to help her clients by educating and empowering them so that they can begin to incorporate healthier food and lifestyle choices into their daily lives. Fueling the body with a broad variety of nutrient dense foods is at the core of healing and ultimately leads to a whole body balance.

Annie Rose Williams meets with her clients at True North Health Center in Falmouth, ME and also at Chiropractic Family Wellness Center in Scarborough, ME but you can come and meet her and chat with her on June 24th from 6-8pm in Wiscasset at the Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education Group.

We hope that you will join us ~ this meeting is open to the public.
All are welcome to come and learn more about Lyme Disease and the importance of diet and healing.