Ariane Resnick: Inspiring Lyme Advocate and Chef


Each day of May for Lyme Awareness Month in 2015, would like to recognize someone in the Lyme community that has done something to try to help the Lyme community. There are several “unsung heroes” in our community and we would  like to just offer them a little recognition and make sure that their achievements and efforts don’t go  unnoticed.

Today we would like to honor Ariane Resnick.


The reason we would like to honor Ariane today, is because she is one of the people who were really sick, then got better, and stuck around to help those of us who are still ill. She has moved on with life, doing big and wonderful things, but always remembers to include Lyme in her discussions and media opportunities to keep the awareness out there of this terrible disease. She regurlary talks to Lyme patients and helps them with alternative treatments and nutrition plans, She is a good reminder that it is possible to get better.

Ariane’s Websites

Chef Ariane: (Website)
Ariane Resnick: Chef (Facebook)
Ariane on Twitter

Ariane “Taking a Bite our of Lyme”

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From Ariane’s blog:

“Ariane Resnick is a private chef and certified nutritionist who specializes in organic farm-to-table cuisine and creates indulgent, seemingly “normal” food out of impeccably clean, whole food ingredients.”

Ariane used rife and a healthy diet to help heal from Lyme disease. She talks about her journey through Lyme and healing in this teleconference call.

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Ariane’s blog posts you might be interested in…

There’s so many more pertinent posts, stop by her blog, and check it out!

Ariane’s latest venture was writing a book called, “The Bone Broth Miracle.”

From Ariane’s description:

“The oldest of recipes dating back to prehistoric times and one of the cornerstones of the Paleo Diet, bone broth is made from the boiled bones of beef, poultry, or fish, and is often enriched with flavors of vegetables, herbs, and spices. This mineral-rich liquid has been praised for its gifts of immune support, digestive health, and joint strength along with beauty-enhancing qualities of strengthening hair and nails and reducing acne-causing inflammation. The Bone Broth Miracle details everything you need to know about the many health benefits of this miracle soup.”

If you’d like more details or to order one, click on the book below.


Thank you Ariane, for not forgetting about the Lyme community and continuing to help support those who are still ill. Thank you for being inspiring and sharing your healing success with us. Thank you for sharing your recipes and ways you have found to heal. We wish you back, all the success the world has to offer you. 


6 thoughts on “Ariane Resnick: Inspiring Lyme Advocate and Chef”

    1. ariane, congrats on getting better and sharing your wisdom with everyone.

      thank you for doing what you do best! 😉

      bettyg, iowa activist

  1. Thanks for hanging on with the lyme family even thou you r in remission and thanks for sharing the GF recipes I follow you on you tube

    1. Hi Kory, thanks so much for your comment and your support! I hope you enjoy the videos– there are a couple recent demos I did for a paleo bread as well as a bone broth how to on the Moxie in Motion youtube channel.
      Side note, I don’t consider myself in remission; I eradicated Lyme fully and even though I had a significantly awful unrelated illness after that and it had every opportunity to return, it never did. I’ve now been free of Lyme for over five years. Full and permanent recovery IS possible!

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