Well... I'm interested in anything that would get rid of this crud, but so far in my half year of agressive treatment I have given up all alcohol (not that big a deal, I was not that big a drinker although I did enjoy a few glasses of wine or some good micro-brew beer on occasion), all diet sodas (staying away from aspartame), nearly all coffee ( maybe drink a cup or two a week now; before this I was a pot or two a day kind of person), all refined sugars (I eat fresh fruits; especially blueberries as they are so high in Omega 3s), almost all breads, rice, pasta, potatoes, ( I eat one or two low carb wraps a day), and three weeks ago I quit smoking (I was so upset about being totally sidelined with this that I kept smoking for months after diagnosis; now I'm off.... that was darned hard; still is), and so I guess my biggest vice these days is that I am far too fond of cheese. It's my last vice. I think about Brecht's statement about vices: "Stick to two, for one may be too much." Heh.
I think that if I went to a full fledged Raw Food diet I'd just lose my mind. I try to make healthy decisions with my eating. Lots of veg's, lean turkey and chicken, lots of salmon, spinach (I eat crazy amounts of salads), nuts, and other things. The funny thing is that if I didn't have lyme i'd be the healthiest that I've ever been. But, I think that these changes are helping me to feel better. I just always sort of cruised up til this point. I didn't make the healthiest choices, although I hiked, road bike, and exercised regularly. I figured that that would balance out my more un-healthy choices. Maybe, absent Lyme, I might have been correct. Lyme tipped the scales though, and now I have to work pretty hard to re-balance them.
Don't know if this helps at all, but I wish you luck in your own journey back to good health.