Jennifer Nomi

Cindy Kennedy, FNP, is joined by Jennifer Nomi, a Certified Nutrition Consultant and GAPS Practitioner, who discusses how illness, diagnosis and recovery set her on a path that she never envisioned.

After dealing unexplained infertility along with many unnerving and unusual health issues for over 15 years with no answers from many doctors, Jennifer finally received an accurate diagnosis in 2012 of late stage Lyme Disease and co-infections, Babesia and Bartonella.

She recovered from all three tick-borne infections as well as intestinal permeability, histamine intolerance, and eczema thanks to proper treatment from knowledgeable doctors and practitioners, supportive therapies, dietary, lifestyle changes, and A LOT of perseverance! There were many times along the way Jennifer contemplated if the ups and downs that come along with treating systemic infections was worth it, today she can honestly say it was worth it!

She’s been symptom free of Lyme and co-infections for over 5 years, and plans on doing her best to keep it that way!

One of the attributes Jennifer admires most about the doctors and practitioners she worked with was their caring and collaborative nature. Jennifer found that to be a very important aspect of their relationships. This is an attribute she hopes to share with my clients.

In her spare time, Jennifer enjoy spending time at the beach, hiking, camping, reading, listening to music, and a variety of podcasts. Much of my time over the past several years has been spent building the family homestead, which currently includes 10 hens, a bee colony, a small orchard and vegetable garden.

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SHOW NOTES

Does Lyme impact fertility?
Why does nutrition help recovery?
How does 3 infections make matters worse?
What is the focus of the GAPS program?