When we are healing, we always want to accelerate the process. But what if the truth is, slow and steady wins the race? In today’s interview, Liza speaks with Michelle McKeon, Clinical Nutritionist and owner of Balancing Pathways and founder of Lyme and Cancer Services
(LCS), widely known for their work with hyperthermic treatments for patients with Lyme disease and cancer. Michelle’s personal Lyme journey spans almost 10 years and her treatment included antibiotics, herbs, treating mold exposure, and even whole-body hyperthermia. Find out how she slowly healed, unpeeling her illness layer by layer, and never gave up. Today, she is in remission.
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Michelle McKeon, MS, CNS, LDN
Michelle McKeon is a Clinical Nutritionist who specializes in environmental toxins, tick-borne infections, gut dysbiosis, and inflammatory conditions. Michelle has expertise in testing for, diagnosing, and treating mold mycotoxins, genetic/methylation conditions, heavy metals, pathogenic infections, dental issues, cell membrane injury, limbic system function, candida, diet, and gut flora.
She owns a Nutrition Practice, Balancing Pathways, and is the Head of the Lyme Nutrition Program at LifeSpan medicine. Michelle is the founder of Lyme and Cancer Services
(LCS), widely known for their work with hyperthermic treatments for patients with Lyme disease and cancer. She has authored two books, writes articles for health magazines, often interviews on podcasts, other media, and at events to share her own personal story of overcoming Lyme and making a career as a Lyme specialist through nutrition and hyperthermic therapies. Her goal is to create a foundation to effectively support people in becoming their optimal selves: physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
She has received a master’s degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. From there Michelle became a Board-Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS), Licensed Dietician Nutritionist (LDN), and Certified Mold Specialist.
Hyperthermia Company – http://lymeandcancerservices.com
Nutrition Practice – https://balancingpathways.com
Lyme Nutrition Program – https://www.lifespanmedicine.com
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