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Foods to Help Fight Lyme

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Eat these foods in abundance…

Healthy oils and fats

  • Almond butter
  • Avocado oil
  • Cashew butter
  • Coconut oil
  • Extra-virgin olive oil
  • Ghee
  • Organic or pasture-fed butter
  • Tahini
  • Walnut Oil

Raw or cured fruit fats

  • Avocados
  • Coconuts
  • Olives

Nut milks

  • Unsweetened almond milk
  • Unsweetened Coconut milk


  • All raw or toasted nuts, except peanuts, which are a legume

(Note: When buying commercially packaged roasted nuts, check the label, as they might have been processed with sugars or oils that should be avoided.)


  • Chia seeds
  • Flaxseed
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Sesame seeds
  • Sunflower seeds

Herbs, seasonings and condiments

  • All Fresh and dried herbs, spices and rhizomes*

*Many commercially packed condiments and seasonings, such as mustards, horseradish, salsas, tapenades, vinegars, and herb/spice mixtures can be used if they were made without the addition of wheat-derived vinegars or any sweetener other than natural stevia. Be aware that some packaged products are made at plants that process wheat and/or soy and thus may be contaminated.


  • Alfalfa sprouts Fennel
  • Artichokes Garlic
  • Asparagus Green beans
  • Beets Haricots verts
  • Bell peppers Jicama
  • Bok Choy Kale
  • Broccoli Leafy lettuce and greens
  • Brussel sprouts Leeks
  • Cabbage Mushrooms
  • Cauliflower Mustard greens
  • Celery Onions
  • Collards Plantains
  • Cucumbers Pumpkins
  • Eggplants Radishes
  • Rutabaga Swiss chard
  • Sauerkraut Tomatillos
  • Scallions Turnips
  • Shallots Water chestnuts
  • Spinach Watercress
  • Summer squashes and squash blossoms Winter squashes
  • Yellow was beans


  • Whole eggs
  • Wild Fish Shellfish and mollusks
  • Black cod Sea bass Calamari (squid)
  • Halibut Trout Clams
  • Herring Crab
  • Grouper Lobster
  • Mahimahi Mussels
  • Red snapper Octopus
  • Salmon Oysters
  • Sardines Shrimp
  • Grass-fed or pasture-raised meats Free-range organic poultry
  • Beef wild birds
  • Bison/buffalo Chicken
  • Lamb Duck
  • Pork Goose
  • Veal Guinea fowl
  • Grass-fed organ meats Ostrich
  • Quail
  • Turkey


The following foods can be used in moderation.

Moderation means that you may eat small amounts (no more than 1 serving) of these ingredients once a day.

Nongluten grains

  • Amaranth
  • Buckwheat
  • Millet
  • Oats (Note: Although oats do not naturally contain gluten, if they are processed at mills that also handle wheat, they are frequently contaminated. Avoid oats unless they come with a guarantee that they are gluten-free.)
  • Quinoa
  • Rice (brown, white, wild)
  • Sorghum
  • Teff
  • Nongluten flours used in very small amounts for dusting, coating, or thickening sauces only:
  • Tapioca starch Chestnut Flour Brown rice flour


  • Dried beans Lentils Dried peas


  • Carrots Parsnips

Full-fat dairy products (Use very sparingly in recipes or as a topping.)

  • Cottage cheese cream kefir
  • Milk Yogurt


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