From “Dis-Ease” to Better Health: Recovering from Chronic Lyme Disease, Mold Illness, and Related Conditions

Scott Forsgren, FDN-P


Conference 2023






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In this presentation, Scott will review a model for recovering from complex, chronic illness.  The model has emerged from his personal 26-year journey with chronic Lyme disease and mold illness and includes the following steps:

Step 1: Support Detoxification and Drainage
Step 2: Improve the External Environment (Mold/EMFs)
Step 3: Optimize Sleep
Step 4: Work on Mental and Emotional Contributors
Step 5: Retrain the Limbic System and Tone the Vagus Nerve
Step 6: Stabilize Mast Cells, Reduce Inflammation, and Modulate the Immune System
Step 7: Optimize Hydration, Nutrition, Microbiome, and Gut Health
Step 8: Support Mitochondria, Adrenals, KPU, and Coagulation
Step 9: Address Microbial Overgrowths
Step 10: Consider Dental Contributors
Step 11: Support Regeneration and Restoration


Scott Forsgren, FDN-P

Scott Forsgren, FDN-P is a health coach, blogger, podcaster, health writer, and advocate. He is the editor and founder of, where he shares his 26-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,, and on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify.  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.