Over time, my focus has shifted more towards the BetterHealthGuy Blogcast podcast.  While I have left much of the older site content, please note that older content may no longer be relevant or even consistent with my current view on health and wellness.  As time permits, I will continue to adjust earlier content as able.  Thanks for your interest and support!

I have been very blessed to have been recognized for my work with BetterHealthGuy.com.  This work is so very important and meaningful to me.  Having gone through Lyme disease and mold illness myself for over 20 years, anything I can share that helps someone else is worth taking the time to do it.

In early 2019, I was very pleased to be listed among Feedspot's "Top 5 Lyme Podcasts".  I love interviewing bright minds and sharing their knowledge with listeners on the podcast. #betterhealthguyblogcast

In late 2016, I was honored to be mentioned as a top Lyme blog on the Confined to Success blog. #grateful

In 2012, I was nominated for the "WEGO Health - Best in Show: Blog Award!".  While I didn't win the award, I was a finalist and was very honored to be among the list of people believed to be making a difference.  In 2013, I was nominated for the  "WEGO Health: Health Activist Hero Award".  

In 2010, I was honored to receive an "Educational Excellence" award from the LIA Foundation, an organization I am very proud to have been touched by.  While the contribution of Lyme disease to autism is somewhat better understood today, LIA Foundation was an early voice in this realm and made a significant impact.

We can all make a difference in this world and whether or not we get recognized for it, the fact that we are making a difference is the ultimate prize. 

  Was this helpful?  If you found this information helpful, I would very much appreciate your support in keeping the site going.  If you would like to donate to my work, I thank you in advance and send you my gratitude.  

  BetterHealthGuy.com is intended to share my personal experience in recovering from my own chronic illness.  Information presented is based on my journey working with my doctors and other practitioners as well as things I have learned from conferences and other helpful resources.  As always, any medical decisions should be made only with the guidance of your own personal medical authority.  Everyone is unique and what may be right for me may not be right for others.