Lyme Disease and Sugar

Sugar free Anyone who has Lyme Disease is often tired of being told what they can and cannot do, eat, and drink. The trouble with Lyme Disease, as anyone who has it knows, is that it can greatly affect many parts of the body without the individual being able to do much about it, but the few tools that an individual can have at their disposal is controlling your diet. Unfortunately, that can often mean that you just have to cut out a huge amount of food types and groups that are really delicious, and the one that almost anyone with Chronic Lyme Disease will eventually try is going sugar free.

Now, any dentist will tell you that eating a huge amount of sugar is bad for you – and that goes for absolutely anyone! However, people with Lyme Disease are affected to a much greater extent when they consume large amounts of sugar, and it often means that in order to reduce their symptoms, they have no choice but to cut out as much sugar as possible. Some people go completely sugar free and even avoid foods that have natural sugars occurring in them such as fruit, whereas others will just make sure that they don’t binge on food and drinks with lots of added sugar.

No matter how you go about it, Dr Paige Woods offers those with Lyme Disease the same advice that she gives all of her patients: cutting out sugar should not mean just removing things from your diet – you should make sure that you replace them with something healthy! When you focus on just all of the things that you can no longer eat or drink it can be hard to remain strong, so make sure that you enjoy sugar-free alternatives so that you can enjoy your food and help your Lyme Disease.

To book an appointment for a free consultation with Dr. Woods, call (619) 359-6569.

Lyme Disease and Sugar
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