Daisy thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything you have done for me. Thank you SO MUCH for your constant support. You are incredibly wonderful and I love you ️! I’m feeling great health wise now. I️ believe that feeling good and healthy is all that matters -and I️ believe that I️ am there-you helped get there! I don’t have much to complain about at the moment; which is good!
I’m so lucky to have had you in my corner and I now understand so much why you do what you do I want to promote health all day now that I feel better.
I️ will always keep u updated health wise! You are so special to me! Obviously I️ know that I️ will always have Lyme but I️ am feeling good and focusing on that. We have been CRAZY busy here because I️ applied to College last week! So exciting! I can now live my life. We miss you and think about you all the time.
We love you! You have changed my life.
Los Angeles CA.
I have been meaning to write you for a few weeks now. I feel the deepest sense of gratitude that you came into our lives and helped Mark be Mark again. When I first met him, he captivated me with his love for life, his passion for gadgets and the fire burning in his dark, beautiful eyes. Over time, although I knew he was still the man I fell in love with, I felt (we felt) I had lost him. I still loved every moment I spent with him, but it saddened me every day to see him imprisoned in his own body and mind.
Then in May 2018, we met you. I remember Mark posting a photo of the entrance to a church around the corner from my sister’s place that was touched by just the right amount of light. He mused that he had met an angel. You.
Although your testing methods seemed unorthodox, we both had the same good feeling that you were the one who could finally help him. We were soon both impressed by your encyclopedic knowledge of chronic illness, human physiology, pathogens, herbal and homeopathic remedies and even conventional medicine. “Who is this woman?” we both asked ourselves.
It turned out Mark’s first impression was right. You were (are) the angel we had been waiting for.
About a month ago or so, Mark was reborn. He started to take Max on long walks, we started biking together to breakfast, we started to live life again.
I always believed I was the luckiest man in the world because I had found my soulmate in the strangest and most challenging of circumstances. Now, thanks to you, I KNOW, I’m the luckiest man alive.
Thank you, Daisy, for making Mark whole again. I will forever be in your debt.
Before I started working with Daisy, I didn’t know if I was ever going to feel well again. I had reached the end of the road with my doctor’s at the time, and I did not know who else could help me. Navigating a chronic and complex illness is overwhelming and isolating, and I knew I needed more support than I was able to provide for myself. The stress within my family had become overbearing, as no one knew what to do for me. I immediately felt a weight lifted off of me from my first conversation with Daisy. I knew she got it—all of my symptoms, feelings, and fears. She’s lived it. From that moment on, she’s been in it with me. Through the ups and the downs, she’s a steady force that makes me feel like we will figure this out together. With her as a guiding light, my family has been able to return to the role of family—just being as supportive as possible—instead of trying to fix
something. One thing I love about Daisy is that she is constantly learning—from our appointments, going to conferences, reading recommended books—and it is clear she has dedicated herself to growing alongside with her clients. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from her years of work, and yet she always has an open and inquisitive mind to tailor that insight to me as an individual. Daisy not only helps with the management and logistics of my case—who to go see and how to implement protocols—but she also makes you believe in your own power to get well. At the end of the day, that’s one of the most valuable lessons she’s taught me. There’s no quick fix to these complex illnesses, and it’s about pursing physical healing as well as developing your own relationship to wellness-
As the mother of a chronically ill daughter I felt frustrated, afraid, and helpless. I could not effectively navigate the medical system and obtain information or answers which would help unravel my precious daughter’s many unanswered questions. Enter Daisy, my “mommy” lifesaver. Daisy’s knowledge in navigating a system which has roadblocks every step of the way is invaluable. Her network of compassionate and unique contacts within the world of chronic illness is exceptional. Daisy is accessible, responsive, informative and kind-an integral part of our mother daughter team. We couldn’t do it without her.
Mother of Madeleine
Daisy white has an amazing way of synthesizing the vast array of diagnostic and treatment options in her focus to help patients. She has been a guiding light for our family sharing new and unique treatment options. Her confidence, knowledge and wisdom have brought us to a new level of wellness in our health journey and we remain extremely grateful.
Vice Chair Global Lyme Alliance
Daisy has been a tremendous support for me and my family. She has a heart of gold and goes above and beyond to support patients to reach their greatest healing. As a chronic Lyme patient, Daisy was the first healer that provided me with hope that I could improve. I’m entirely grateful for Daisy’s patience, kindness and tremendous knowledge. Since working with Daisy my health has been transformed and I look forward to continued improvement. I am beyond grateful to have Daisy in my life.
Daughter of Diane
Daisy thank you for being the competent medical advocate
for Lyme disease that you are . You are thorough and work hard to support a protocol of the very best treatment possible. I know this because you unwaveringly continued to help my daughter in her recovery from chronic Lyme disease and get her through college despite all odds against her.
I recommend Daisy White as a health advocate to anyone suffering with health concerns and especially anyone with Lyme disease. I met Daisy when I was trying to find a health advocate for my best friend Yolanda Hadid. I knew within moments she was the perfect fit. We have been on a long journey together and she has helped navigate the maze for me and my immediate family as well as many friends. I also have Lyme disease and unfortunately all three of my children have Lyme disease. Daisy is extremely capable. Her clients become family and she cares for all of us with a positive attitude and smile on her face. She keeps all of our records organized in a drop box and knows exactly what to do to help us with our protocols, doctors and medications. Honestly, I don’t know what I would have done without her help. She is honest, kind, respectful and genuine. Her instincts are invaluable and this comes with her vast knowledge and experience helping many afflicted with a disease where there is no cure.
Just wanted to say Thank You! Not everyone understands this bifurcated and delusional Lyme world. Even me! You have made a difference and I’m grateful! 10 years of suffering... and now 70 percent improved after a year and a half in your midst!
TY & LU!
Prior to meeting Daisy, I was unfamiliar with the role and purpose of a patient advocate, while the concept of a health coach was more familiar to me. Daisy clarified this for me in conversation but also in delivering on her promises and has exceeded my expectations in every aspect of her role. A few elements about Daisy that are particularly worth noting: Daisy is always accessible to me. She’s extremely responsive and being on “different coasts” has never been an issue for us in working closely together on addressing my health challenges. Daisy is not a doctor, but if she played one on TV, she’d win an Emmy. All joking aside, what I mean by this is that Daisy is so fluent in the many terms, diagnoses and treatments that she and my doctors communicate terrifically well ---- they often finish each others’ sentences. Daisy put in the time and effort to learn the details of my case. She did her homework so that she truly knew every relevant event in my medical history from Day 1. As an example of this, when Daisy accompanied me to see a new doctor in January 2017 --- just one month after we met --- we first met with his colleague to go over my history. Unexpectedly, the principal doctor entered the room and asked his colleague to, “give me the three highlights of the patient’s history.” His colleague began to describe the history we’d just discussed, but got many of the details (and sequence) of my illness incorrect. I was about to make the necessary corrections to clarify, but Daisy chimed in and spoke with the same kind of accuracy, precise detail and clarity about my medical history that I would speak with, and she did this without referring to any of the detailed notes that she had prepared for the doctors. It was at that moment that the role of the patient advocate became crystal clear to me. Daisy is agile with change. My medical diagnosis took a very significant change of course about one month after I began working with Daisy --- in a direction that we both knew little about. She pivoted with me and my doctors and other care-providers without hesitation. The last two years have been extremely challenging because of my health; Daisy has been a key contributor to my team of care providers during the last nine months.