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Name

Scott Forsgren, FDN-P

Pronounced: SKAHT FORZ-gren (like hen with a "gr") or FORZ-grin

Bio

Scott Forsgren, FDN-P is a health coach, blogger, podcaster, health writer, and advocate. He is the editor and founder of BetterHealthGuy.com, where he shares his 25-year journey through the world of Lyme disease, mold illness, and the myriad of factors that chronic illness often entails. 

His podcast “BetterHealthGuy Blogcast” interviews many of the leaders in the field and is available on his web site, BetterHealthGuy.com, and on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Amazon Music, and Audible.  He has been interviewed on numerous podcasts and has lectured on his recovery from chronic illness at conferences and on several online summits.  He has written for the Townsend Letter and other publications. 

He is the co-founder of The Forum for Integrative Medicine which hosts an annual conference bringing together some of the top integrative practitioners to share practical tools for treating complex, chronic illness. 

He serves on the Board of Directors of LymeLight Foundation which provides treatment grants to children and young adults recovering from Lyme disease. 

Today, Scott is grateful for his current state of health and all that he has learned on this life-changing journey.

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  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.