Is All Sweetener, Xylitol, Healthy To Use? What Dentists Say

 

What is Xylitol?

Xylitol is a natural sweetener. It is considered a healthy alternative to sugar and sugar substitutes.

Xylitol was discovered nearly simultaneously by German and French chemists in the late 19th century.

It is found naturally in many fruits and vegetables.

It is produced by the human body during metabolism of starch.

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MOVIE: Genetic Roulette — The Gamble of Our Lives

This is a must see movie to understand the depth and breath of our food supply crisis and GMOs, what they are doing to your health, your children’s health and future generations. And, how to stop it, get back to healthy, whole foods and healing autoimmune diseases one by one.

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Thyroid Health – Your Weight Is Not The Problem

The connection between thyroid hormones and weight is big.

1 in 8 women have, or will have, a thyroid problem. So, match that up with all the women who feel terrible and can’t lose weight, it all makes sense.

Have you lost weight only to gain it again? Or gotten discouraged about how hard . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Your Weight Is Not The Problem

Thyroid Diet – The Produce Clean Fifteen List

There’s the Produce Dirty Dozen, a list of produce to buy organic to stay away from the overuse of pesticides, and then there is this list, The Produce Clean Fifteen. The writers of this research say that you don’t have to buy organic for these as they are grown in a way that don’t use pesticides . . . → Read More: Thyroid Diet – The Produce Clean Fifteen List

Help Your Thyroid Health With These Routines

What good routines do you have in place to help heal and maintain your thyroid health?

Like brushing your teeth every day (at least once), it was learned as a life skill in childhood and now is a routine, part of your lifestyle. You just do it at a certain time of the day . . . → Read More: Help Your Thyroid Health With These Routines

Thyroid Symptoms – Are Your Tracking Your Symptoms?

Do you have health symptoms that are affecting your daily life in constant, adverse ways?

If you have a thyroid condition, and you’re reading this newsletter, I’ll assume the answer is a yes.

SYMPTOMS

Whether you are hyperthyroid or hypothyroid, you have a long list of symptoms that can be life crushing. From mild . . . → Read More: Thyroid Symptoms – Are Your Tracking Your Symptoms?

Thyroid Diet – Why You Need To Eat Meat And Soups With Bones

Unless you’re a Vegetarian, or move over, a Vegan, this is not an issue. You’d better have figured out how to get the protein and calcium you need! However, if you’re like me and you eat meat, it’s important to eat more of your choices with bones in.

Why?

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Thyroid Diet – When Can I Go Back To Eating What I Want?

A reader asked,

“So after 6 months on your thyroid healing diet in your manual can I eat dairy and a little bit of chocolate again? Boy, giving up my favorite foods, like ice cream and cheese is harder than giving up gluten.”

Answer:

You “can” eat anything you want, but here’s the problem – inflammation. . . . → Read More: Thyroid Diet – When Can I Go Back To Eating What I Want?

Thyroid Health – The Care and Feeding of Your Hypothalamus

 

Why you want to know about and keep your hypothalamus healthy

Where is it?

The hypothalamus is a region of brain anatomy located deep within the brain, just above the base of the skull, on each side of the third ventricle.

It’s function.

The main function of the hypothalamus is to regulate homeostasis . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – The Care and Feeding of Your Hypothalamus

Can Overdoing Singing or Vocal Warm-ups Damage Your Thyroid?

Overusing your vocal chords can cause a sore throat for sure, even larygitis. Can it hurt your thyroid?

I’ve found no research that says so, but counter to this is actually damaging your thyroid by not using your throat area – voice and larynx – enough! Your vocal chords need exercise.

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