Thyroid Health – Get Help For Your Adrenal Fatigue

Do you suffer from adrenal fatigue? I did, and 80% of people do at different times in their lives. If you have Hashimoto’s disease or hypothyroidism, you most likely are too, and it’s stealing your life away day by day.

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?

You may be experiencing adrenal fatigue if you regularly notice . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Get Help For Your Adrenal Fatigue

Hashimoto’s Disease and Brain Degeneration

 

This is a reminder of how serious you need to be, or get, about changing your lifestyle and diet to focus on healing your thyroid dysfunction NOW.

Dr. Kharrazian, DHSc, DC, MS, MNeuroSci, is “the guy” in the thyroid field. He says,

“If you’re managing your Hashimoto’s yet still waiting for your depression . . . → Read More: Hashimoto’s Disease and Brain Degeneration

Thyroid Health – Sleep and National Napping Day

Are you getting enough sleep?

Today is Napping Day, an unofficial holiday created in 1999 by now-retired Boston University professor William Anthony and his wife, Camille, to help people adjust to Daylight Savings Time.

THYROID

When you have a thyroid condition, you may find yourself in need of lots of naps! But, not . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Sleep and National Napping Day

Thyroid Health – How to Stop Inflammation in Your Body

If you have a thyroid problem and/or autoimmune disease, you have inflammation in your body.

The photo above is of the massively destructive forest fires here in Colorado this past summer. Scary, huh? Think about this same kind of experience going on in your body every minute, destroying your landscape and beauty from the . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – How to Stop Inflammation in Your Body

Thyroid Health – Salt Cravings Indicate Adrenal Gland Failure

Thyroid health is complicated. Nutrition is the answer.

One tidbit to pay attention to is:

  Did you know that craving salt probably means your adrenal glands need a boost?

Your adrenal glands are endocrine glands that sit at the top of the kidneys. Click here to see photos.

The adrenal glands secrete hormones . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Salt Cravings Indicate Adrenal Gland Failure

Thyroid Health – Daily Face Cream – Non-Toxic

It’s too easy to pick up a cheap face cream to stay moisturized. But, it’s one of the worst things you can do.

Your skins absorbs everything you slather, smear, rub, cake  and wash onto it. It absorbs all the chemicals and toxins in the air and around you all the time.

Your skin is . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Daily Face Cream – Non-Toxic

Hypothyroidism and Adrenal Fatigue — Are You In The 70%?

Light-headedness and salt cravings can be a sign of adrenal fatigue.

If these were the only problems, this would be easy! But, it’s not.

70% of people taking thyroid replacement medications continue to complain of symptoms related to adrenal fatigue. It is not unusual to have concurrent presenting symptoms of both low adrenal and low . . . → Read More: Hypothyroidism and Adrenal Fatigue — Are You In The 70%?

Thyroid Health – Why Stevia and Xylitol Sweeteners Are Okay

 

Thyroid health is compromised by sweeteners: sugars, fructose and honey (even though it should be good for us), organic maple syrup, molasses, date sugar, brown rice syrup and Agave to name a few. Sugar affects our brain health by raising the blood sugar too fast, and then dropping it too low, causing brain fog, depression and other . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Why Stevia and Xylitol Sweeteners Are Okay

Thyroid Health: The 5 Kinds of People Who Are At Risk For Vitamin D Deficiency

Lack of vitamin D is a precurser to autoimmune diseases and a litany of health problems for our body and brain. We can control this and can make the necessary changes quickly.

Are you in one or more of these “types?”

People who limit sun exposure (Do you work in an office – home . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health: The 5 Kinds of People Who Are At Risk For Vitamin D Deficiency

Thyroid Health: Why Is Vitamin D So Important?

 

The major function of vitamin D in our body is

   1. to help your body use the right levels of calcium and phosphorus from our food.

   2. to build and maintain strong bones, teeth and nails – to control the body’s calcium levels and helps with bone mineralization thereby preventing . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health: Why Is Vitamin D So Important?