Bachelorette winner stings herself with bees three times a day

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Fans of “The Bachelor” remember Ryan Sutter as the firefighter who ignited the heart of the ABC franchise’s first Bachelorette, Trista Rehn (now Sutter). Sutter still fights fires, but he’s also battling a debilitating disease: Lyme disease.

Ryan and Trista Sutter have been married for almost 19 years. They celebrate this anniversary in December. The couple opened up People Magazine on June 29, 2022 about Ryan’s struggles with Lyme disease and the unorthodox methods he uses to combat it.


The disease has “taken over” Sutter’s life.

Ryan, 47, first started having symptoms about two years ago, but he had no idea why. Sutter told People, “My body was aching, I had no energy and even getting off the couch seemed impossible. And then it just started spinning fast.”

On one Podcast 2021 With wife Trista, Ryan revealed, “”My body would just itch for no reason, severe headaches, swollen lymph nodes, nausea, night sweats, fever, really deep bone pain and muscle aches and joint pains, periods of extreme fatigue, almost debilitating fatigue.”

The typically energetic dad of two teenagers was thrown for a loop. “For so long I was just thinking about how to get through the day,” he confided to People.

Sutter’s illness went undiagnosed for nearly a year. About a year ago he found out he actually had Lyme disease. in one May 2021 People articleThe firefighter explained: “It seems that my immune system has been weakened by exposure to toxins and mold in particular.”

He continued, “There are other people in the fire academy who probably had the same exposures that don’t deal with those exposures because their genetics are stronger, they can get rid of the toxins more easily.”


The treatments are bizarre but effective

For the first time in a long while, Ryan feels hopeful. He told People in June 2022, “I feel like my life is coming back. And that was really encouraging.”

The reason for this optimism is based on two unorthodox treatments. The first is infrared sauna therapy, designed to detoxify his system. According to everyday health, infrared sauna therapy is all the rage among celebrities including Cindy Crawford, Selena Gomez and Emma Roberts. However, these celebrities do not use it to fight Lyme disease. They use it to support heart health, improve exercise benefits, reduce stress and relieve pain. However, the legitimacy of these health benefits is still being researched.

Sutter’s second form of unconventional treatment is more radical. According to People, Ryan uses “bee venom therapy, where he stings himself with honey bees three times every other day. Ryan’s doctor, Dr. Jill Carnahan, MD explains that “bee venom weakens the bacteria.”

The New York Times explains“Efforts to tear apart the giant swarm of proteins in the venom — an area called Venomics — have increased in recent years.” The outlet also reports that “rock musicians Steve Ludwig claims to have routinely injected himself with diluted venom, believing it to be a tonic that boosts his immune system and energy.”

Ryan and Trista seem to have a firm belief in the therapy and its effectiveness. Ryan feels “the tide is turning” and Trista conveys, “Ryan is so strong. And I know we can get through anything,” People said.

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