Iron…why do we need iron?
Because, when we’re iron deficient we can become anemic, causing tiredness, fatigue, weakness, dizziness, irritability, shortness of breath or depression. Other signs may include pale skin, brittle nails, chest pain, cold hands or feet or an irregular heartbeat. Less common symptoms of anemia include pica, an urge to eat . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – The Affects of Iron on Your Thyroid, T4 and T3
Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is the most common type of low thyroid hormone disorder and is considered an autoimmune disorder.
A study by researchers in Istanbul, Turkey, found that vitamin D deficiency was present in 92 percent of patients with HT, but only in 63 percent of people without the disease.
People with subclinical hypothyroidism . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Study Shows Low Vitamin D Common In Hypothyroidism
Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, New Years, Valentine’s Day, Cinco De Mayo, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. . . you get the point, right?
We can find a lot of excuses to “just eat a little of this” and get off our clean diet for the day, week or month. The problem . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health is 24/7 – Don’t Let Holidays Derail You
Keeping your thyroid health at its best includes a lot of stress management.
DO YOU STRESS YOURSELF OUT?
As a stress expert, I’m always aware of how people “do it to themselves.” We worry, fret, dispair, get angry and scared, and usually over the most unimportant things and/or things we can’t change anyway.
The . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health and Stress – Taking Charge Of One More Symptom Trigger
If you’re suffering from low thyroidism, and don’t know what to eat and can’t find a doctor who understands your condition, this 6 module audio program has the answers for you right now.
After receiving email after email of people wanting this information but couldn’t attend my live presentations, I recorded my GET YOUR LIFE . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health Audio Home Study Course: Get Your Life Back!
Here’s a cool meal for these hot summer days!
This tasty combination of flavors . . . Asian inspired cool crunchy cucumber and toasted sesame seed salad is very easy to make.
Before you start however, I’m going to say don’t use soy sauce – it will be GMOd, and you don’t need GMOs in your lovely . . . → Read More: Thyroid Diet Recipe – Sesame Cucumber Noodles
Thyroid Disorder and Diseases (Graves and Hashimotos) are growing worldwide.
27,000,000 people in the US and 200 million worldwide have a Thyroid Disorder… …of these 27 million people about half are undiagnosed 37,000 new cases of Graves’ Diseased are diagnosed each year in the US 80% of all cases of Graves’ Disease are diagnosed in . . . → Read More: Thyroid Statistics
When I got my first blood panels back after finding out I had Hashimoto’s Disease, my Vitamin D was flatlined. It is such a vital vite for everyone of course, but especially those teetering into autoimmune diseases like those related to thyroid.
SUNSHINE AND D
And, sadly, no, you can’t get all . . . → Read More: New Evidence of Synergy Between Vitamins A and D: Protection Against Autoimmune Diseases
Kristie wrote me:
Just crazy! After seeing an Endocrinologist (for years), the gyno (because of debilitating periods), a naturopath, a holistic MD, a GP, a DO who specializes in chronic infections, a Shaman, and a Chinese Doc, it was a dermatologist who tested for the Hashimotos (I went to her . . . → Read More: Thyroid Problems – Finding the Right Practitioner to Diagnose Thyroid Problems
Holidays bring family, friends, fun, festivals and food together for many occasions. It’s easy to slip and slide and eat lots of traditional goodies that aren’t the best for us.
Add a couple cups of stress to the recipe – arguments, disappointments, etc. – and for some, it’s easy to use food to . . . → Read More: Holiday Season, Stress and Thyroid Health Diet