bachelor alum kelley flanagan getting toxins out of her life after lyme disease diagnosis
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'Bachelor' Alum Kelley Flanagan Is 'Getting All Of The Toxins' Out Of Her Life After Lyme Disease Diagnosis

Sep. 7 2021, Published 5:10 p.m. ET

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Reality star Kelley Flanagan gave an optimistic update on her health after revealing just last week that she was diagnosed with Lyme Disease.

"Literally y'all are the best ❤️," she gushed in an Instagram Story, and she then thanked all of the fans that have reached out to her with words of support.

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The Bachelor star, 29, said she's going above and beyond to revamp her overall lifestyle, especially since she has to watch what she eats, as anything that "causes inflammation" makes her body "go into attack mode."

"Whether it's documentaries, books, you name it, I'm looking up everything and trying to just keep my life super, super clean in terms of food, makeup, skincare, detergents, toothpaste and getting all of the toxins out of my life," she explained. "I am feeling better and again I just want to thank every single one of you that has messaged me because this is a very, very strange road to go down and there's not that much research on it."

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"It's shocking to see what products are clean and which ones aren't," Flanagan noted. "I will definitely share the more research I do."

She then asked her followers to send in any "clean" product recommendations.

Lyme usually isn't serious and is easily treated with antibiotics, and the lawyer said she's set to start a treatment regimen by the end of the month.

"I want to make sure I have enough info before I start a protocol ... but already feeling so much better by sitting on the couch or in bed the last week and eating extremely clean," she said. "But it's going to take a lot more than just that."

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Before finishing up her social media post, she told people to give her suggestions as to what she should watch, listen to or read since she'll be spending most of her time relaxing.

"Love all of you ❤️," she wrote.

According to the CDC, Lyme disease isn't uncommon and is transmitted to "humans through the bite of infected blacklegged ticks." Symptoms include fever, headache, fatigue and skin rash.


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