Daisy seeks to raise awareness of ‘the world’s most misunderstood pandemic’ with new book
It’s a disease that affects hundreds of thousands – and potentially millions – of people in the UK and across the globe.
Indeed, Daisy Ilchovska describes it as the world’s most misunderstood pandemic.
Now the Bournemouth-based nutritionist, published researcher and former Lyme Disease patient has released a new book – Lyme in the Limelight – aimed at raising awareness.
Ten per cent of all proceeds will go to the charity, Lyme Disease UK.
Lyme Disease is the fastest-growing vector-borne bacterial infection (viral diseases transmitted by vectors such as mosquitoes, ticks, lice, biting flies, and fleas) in the UK.
It can trigger more than 40 different symptoms in infected individuals including fatigue, brain fog, muscle twitching, flu-like symptoms, painful arthritis and severe neurological symptoms such as muscle weakness and non-epileptic seizures. (See link for article)