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Opinions expressed by contributors are their own. Sara Brunner is a Registered Dietitian (RD) hailing from Canada. In 2014, Sara experienced a significant health challenge after being bitten, initially diagnosed as a spider bite. Despite seeking medical advice, she remained untreated and eventually found herself bed-bound within two years. Throughout this period of undiagnosed illness and escalating symptoms, Sara took proactive measures to manage her health, drawing upon her expertise as a Registered Dietitian. In 2016, Sara received a Lyme+ diagnosis, marking the beginning of her journey towards recovery. It wasn't until 2022 that she began to witness significant improvements. Despite the prolonged and challenging nature of her journey, Sara remained determined. During this time, she focused on developing The Universal Lyme Diet (ULD), a self-paced online course designed to empower individuals with Lyme disease to create personalized nutrition management plans. Scheduled for release in late 2024, the ULD offers a systematic framework tailored to each individual's needs. In the interim, you can join the waitlist for the ULD by visiting: https://training.sarabrunner.com/uldwaitlist For more insights and practical tips on navigating your Lyme journey, follow Sara on Instagram: @thelymedietitian


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