We're often told that in order to lose weight, we need to be in a calorie deficit, do lots of cardio, and push ourselves as hard as possible at the gym. This method might work for some, but for people with autoimmune diseases, specifically Hashimoto's, we need to throw out the whole playbook. This is where Dr. Emily Kiberd comes in to save the day! For those of us with Hashimoto's, traditional diet and exercise won't do the trick, and she explains why in this episode. Today, we discuss so many aspects of why our exercise needs are different, and what changes we should make to reach our health and fitness goals. Beginning with Emily's story, we explore how she was first diagnosed and why she started the Thyroid Strong Program. Later, we dive into how strength and weight training, as well as eating a high protein diet is best for Hashimoto's, and how to best integrate these practices into our daily routines. Then, we touch on which exercises we can do to gradually build strength in the muscles and joints that are most affected by the disease. You don't want to miss this information-packed episode, and to learn even more, check out Dr. Emily Kiberd's Thyroid Strong Program! Website: https://www.dremilykiberd.com/ (https://www.dremilykiberd.com/) Thyroid Strong Program: https://www.dremilykiberd.com/thyroid-strong/ (https://www.dremilykiberd.com/thyroid-strong/)
Chiropractor and movement expert Dr. Emily Kiberd helps women struggling with thyroid issues to lose weight, beat fatigue, and feel strong and confident in their bodies. She's here to explain what you can do to work out smarter, not harder, with a thyroid condition! Listen as Dr. Kiberd shares her own experience with thyroid issues that led her to reprogram her workouts, as well as the most common exercise mistakes that could be holding you back if you have Hashimoto's or another thyroid condition. Dr. Kiberd also explains why it can be harder to maintain muscle mass with low thyroid function, plus she reveals her top recommendations on how to incorporate strength training into your routine so you can build lean muscle. Find out exactly how to exercise with a thyroid condition so you can lose weight and get your energy back! Get Dr. Kiberd's free Thyroid Strong guide https://www.dremilykiberd.com/strong/
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Your thyroid regulates you metabolism, if it is not working, your body is not regenerating as good as it is capable! This episode we will review the causes and solutions to get your thyroid back!! Don't miss this life changing episode!!
Dr. Deb Interviews Missy Beavers who healed her own Hashimoto's and is now free from thyroid medications. It is possible that bacteria or fungi in your gut are causing your autoimmune thyroid disease. Does mold illness cause thyroid diseases? Yes, mold releases mycotoxins that can disrupt your thyroid function, trigger autoimmune disease and keep you...
Bonnie Giangrande started RENU Naturals nearly a decade ago out of a personal need for clean healthy selfcare products. At that time, Bonnie was recently diagnosed with an auto-immune disease called Hashimoto's, and wanted to lead a healthier lifestyle. Bonnie started seeking out natural products for herself and her family and was surprised at the “green-washing” that was taking place in the industry. Bonnie knew that she had to be part of the change, and create a line of pure, healthy products that do not incorporate fragrances or other toxic ingredients. Bonnie launched Renu Naturals because she was adamant to use only the highest quality natural, organic ingredients, creating formulations that are healthy and effective. Laurel Mintz, founder and CEO of award-winning marketing agency Elevate My Brand, explores some of the most exciting new and growing brands in Los Angeles and the US at large. Each week, the Elevate Your Brand podcast features an entrepreneurial special guest to discuss the past, present and future of their brand.
The Case: With Hashimoto's and hypothyroidism she knew she had to watch out for triggers She worried that the toxic chemicals in her hair dye could become a trigger but she wasn't ready to go gray She looked at organic options, but realized they all STILL had harsh chemicals and the substitutes were even worse. Full disclosure, this week's case is about ME and my struggle to find a healthy way to stave off the grays without triggering and worsening my Hashimoto's. I was determined to find an answer and I did. The Investigation I was shocked to discover that there are many hair dye options that present themselves as a healthy option but that still contain many chemicals. Several ‘ammonia free' options have chemicals that could be potentially worse. And, the addition of ‘organic' to a label or name does not mean there aren't chemicals, it just means some of the ingredients are organic. How frustrating! Luckily, I did find a solution that is safer and still works. It's called Hairprint. Like with most things, it has its pros and cons. To find out a bit more about the product itself, I invited Jennifer Barker on the show. Jennifer has been in the hair industry for over 20 years. She's a hairdresser and colorist and now she's the director of customer experience at Hairprint. Are Hair Dyes Toxic? Jennifer explains how conventional hair dye works and why so many hair dyes contain potentially harmful toxins. Ammonia or nanolumens are used in many hair dyes to pull apart the layers of the hair protein to give the dye access to the hair shaft. Ammonia-free dyes often use chemicals like hydrogen peroxide and PPD (Paraphenylenediamine) to do the same thing. It's worth noting that PPD is so potentially harmful that it is banned in Canada and the EU. This chemical-process compromises the whole structure of the hair internally and externally. Chemicals may also seep into your bloodstream during the dying process if the chemicals are on the scalp. These toxins can harm the immune system, the respiratory system, the liver, the kidneys, and can trigger serious allergic reactions. Can Hair Dye be Triggering for Autoimmune? Anyone with an autoimmune disease like Hashimoto's or with any type of chronic illness may be more sensitive to the toxins in conventional hair dyes and the toxins can be triggers for any autoimmune disease. For some, they will experience itchiness or hives right away or a few hours later. Sometimes, it's cumulative so it may not happen the first few times someone uses a hair dye and then the third or fourth time there's a reaction. The reaction can differ too. It might be itchiness, a rash, or even hives. It may also be when the immune system is already being challenged by another trigger. In some cases, like in mine, there may not be a direct scalp reaction but the accumulation of toxins in the body can create further immune confusion and therefore further attack of our organs by our own immune systems. The Truth about Organic Hair Dyes I often see organic hair dyes and I think it must be better than the conventional options but Jennifer says that it's a bit misleading. She says that the FDA doesn't define, recognize, or regulate the term ‘organic' in the personal care industry. This means that companies can add natural ingredients and call their hair dye organic but does not mean there aren't chemicals in the dye. Often the added botanical or organic elements have nothing to do with the dying process; they are just in addition to the usual chemicals in a conventional hair dye. It's basically marketing, according to Jennifer. How Does Hairprint Work? Hairprint really is a different process than regular hair dye - in fact, Jennifer doesn't like to put it in the same category and I can see why. It has 8 food-grade ingredients and the key ingredient is melanin from velvet beans. Melanin is what determines the color of our skin and eyes. The process of Hairprint is more like biomimicry than dye. It takes unpigmented hair (gray hair) and puts the melanin back into the hair. It does this without the harsh chemicals required to open up the hair follicles and hair shaft but this means that the process does take a bit more care. The Hairprint Process There is a learning curve when it comes to using Hairprint and it does take a bit of preparation. There can't be any residue or buildup on the hair before the treatment. So, Jennifer says it's best to pause all conventional hair care products for seven days. It's known as the seven day cleanse. The next step is to use the chelating shampoo. This may need to be repeated as many as 4 times over the course of a week in order to remove any residual silicones, calcium and other minerals (more prevalent if you use hard water), chlorine, or excess sebum. The chelating shampoo draws the impurities out. After that, there are three steps to the process - the prepare, the restore, and the complete. The ‘Prepare' stage is a pre-treatment shampoo that you leave on for 5 - 25 minutes depending on how sensitive your scalp is (everyone is different but the standard duration is 15 minutes). This softens the hair cuticle. If you have color treated hair, you only need to treat the untreated hair during step one. Step two is ‘Restore' which is when you restore the pigment of gray hairs. You can choose between pigment that is light brown or dark brown. These contain the same ingredients, they just have different ratios of pigment. You are mixing it together and once you see it turn a reddish color, you want to get it on your hair within 6 minutes of mixing. If you're doing your whole head then put it everywhere but you can just do your roots if that's all that needs coverage. Allow it to process for 15 to 20 minutes and then repeat. For those who are more than 30% gray, you would do this step an additional 3rd time after which you would rinse is out. If you are transitioning from conventional hair dye to Hairprint, you will want to make sure that you are only applying the mixture to your virgin hair. If you apply it to previously colored hair, you will not have a uniform color. Instead, apply shea butter to the previously colored hair to avoid the Hairprint color from getting on to the previously colored hair. Over time, your previously colored hair will grow out and you will be able to skip the shea butter application. The final step is ‘Complete'. Some people who are used to coloring their hair compare this step to applying toner but what it's actually doing is helping push the pigment further into the hair cuticle. This step warms up the color by increasing the hair's light reflection. It also helps with the longevity of the color. Can You Apply Hairprint to Henna Treated Hair? Don't be tricked into thinking that because Henna is natural, it's not dye. There are two types of Henna - the kind you use for body art which is pure and and the kind sold as a hair color treatment which is compound. If you are using the hair treatment, it may contain chemicals like PPD, so you will want to avoid applying Hairprint directly onto this color treated hair. Jennifer says it's best to allow the Henna treated hair to grow out instead. My Experience with Hairprint Like many people, I thought it was going to be impossible to cover up my grays without chemicals. I had worked so hard to avoid having any chemicals in my food and my home and I hated to think that coloring my hair was the one place my healthy plan might be compromised. I thought I might be able to avoid the chemicals getting into my system by treating my scalp with oils beforehand but then the dyes wouldn't take. And, while the conventional dye was doing the job of covering the grays for a few weeks after each treatment, it left my hair feeling dry and unhealthy. I decided that the commitment to dying my roots every 4-6 weeks for the rest of my life was too much compromise. With Hashimoto's I didn't want there to be any avoidable chemicals in my life that could cause a flare up. I started researching options and stumbled on Hairprint. I was skeptical. Was it a scam? Would it work? Was it truly a chemical-free option? And, after watching videos about the process, I wondered if it would be worth all of the work. I decided to give it a try and have been so pleased with the results. The proof is in the images I've shared on my website. You can see the grays in my roots and how nicely they are covered up after the Hairprint process. I had never colored my own hair and I was nervous about doing it. There are a few hairdressers who can apply Hairprint and I was so excited to discover one that wasn't too far away (much further than my previous hairdresser but still a doable distance). I share my entire experience of switching to Hairprint in this podcast but I will say that the best part is that I no longer have to endure the odor of chemicals when I go to the salon! And, I didn't have to give up covering up my grays. SEE PHOTOS OF MY HAIR HERE Eliminating Health Mysteries For me, finding a way to remove even more chemicals from my lifestyle without compromise was another way to avoid health issues related to Hashimoto's. Could this be the missing clue for you or someone in your life? Links: Resources mentioned Thanks to my guest Jennifer Barker. You can connect with her like I did through the Hairprint website. https://www.myhairprint.com/ SEE PHOTOS OF MY HAIR HERE Related Podcast Episodes: https://healthmysteriessolved.com/ask-inna-answers-to-all-your-hashimotos-questions/ https://healthmysteriessolved.com/inna-answers-more-hashimotos-questions-part-2/ https://healthmysteriessolved.com/solving-autoimmune-mystery-inna-topiler/ https://healthmysteriessolved.com/5-reasons-youre-not-losing-weight/ Thanks for Listening If you like what you heard, please rate and review this podcast. Every piece of feedback not only helps me create better shows, it helps more people find this important information. Never miss an episode - Subscribe NOW to Health Mysteries Solved with host, Inna Topiler on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or Google Podcasts and remember to rate and review the show! Find out more at http://healthmysteriessolved.com
Link zur kostenlosen Warteliste Schilddüsenepowerment Kurs: Hol Dir mein neues Gratis Ebook zur Histaminintoleranz: https://bit.ly/3mqfcGY ------------------ Hallo und herzlich willkommen zur heutigen Episode! Heute spreche ich über das Thema: Schilddrüsenknoten Du erfährst: wie sie entstehen welche verschiedenen Arten es gibt wie Du sie selbst diagnostizieren kannst wie sie ärztlich diagnostiziert und behandelt werden und welche natürlichen Methoden es zu ihrer Behandlung gibt Also hör rein! Und wenn Du unter einem Hashimoto leidest und Dir hier persönliche und intensive Begleitung wünschst, dann komm in eines meiner Mentorings oder in mein Hashimoto Schilddrüsen Empowerment Programm, das bald wieder startet. Den Link zur Warteliste findest Du ganz oben. Viel Freude mit dieser Episode! Teile sie mit Freunden und der Familie und lass mir super gerne eine positive Bewertung bei iTunes und Spotify da. Danke Dir!! Deine Dorothea -------------------------------- Alle Links zu Dorothea Leinung Geschlossene Facebookgruppe: https://bit.ly/3oUHqg3 Website: https://www.dorothealeinung.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.med.dorothea.leinung/ Youtube: shorturl.at/ewMX3
Muitas pessoas possuem uma função inadequada da tireóide, consequente ou não à doença de Hashimoto, e nem sequer entendem questões básicas sobre essas condições. Neste episódio, tentaremos esclarecer um pouco mais sobre essas doenças.
Sleep is complicated. Thyroid health is complicated. When you combine both sleep and thyroid issues, it's complicated! Consider this podcast episode as a basic introduction to the core elements of thyroid & sleep issues and use it as a spring board to dive into areas of interest or challenge for you.Core issues with sleep for the thyroid patientHyperthyroid Symptoms that impact on sleep.Hypothyroid Symptoms that impact on sleepHormone related problemsEstrogenProgesteroneMelatoninCortisolDifficulty falling asleepNight waking"Solutions"Supplements/herbs that might helpPreparing for bedSleep Environment-------------------Let's Talk Thyroid is a podcast where we explore different aspects of living thyroid-friendly lifestyle positively & practically to help you thrive and not just survive. I bring together my experiences as a Hashimoto's patient, interviews with real people thriving with thyroid issues and experts to give us the low down on different aspects of living a healthy thyroid lifestyle. Expect discussions on diet, energy, gut health, stress, holistic approaches, essential oils, sleep, relationships and more.------------------------Let's talk further with Annabel...Book now available - Kiss & Make Up With Your Thyroid: buy via annabelbateman.com and AmazonMy Thyroid Box available now.Book your Strategy Session: annabelbateman.com/strategyGo to annabelbateman.com for full show notes, download my thyroid freebie or to book a strategy session.Join the Let's Talk Thyroid Community on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/584308325427424Connect on Instagram or Facebook @annabel.bateman.wellnessYou can also listen to the podcast on your favourite podcast platform including Spotify and Apple Podcasts.Support the showSupport the show
For more information on this topic or to schedule a consultation please visit us at http://WhatIsHashimotos.com We're going to talk about Hashimoto's and heart problems. This is kind of an interesting one. And I'm going to speak to you strictly from experience on this because a lot of people are looking for, “Oh, it's causing this exact thing, that to the heart and it's creating the bundle branch to not work right,” and blah, blah, blah, and all that type of stuff. But I'm going to tell you the nuts and bolts, blue collar aspect of Hashimoto as a heart disease. So I've been doing this for a long time, seen thousands and thousands and thousands and thousands of patients. And here's what I hear. I am going to grew greatly downplay how many times I think I've heard this, but I have heard this somewhere between 500,000 times. And I think probably more, but this is how common it is. The patient comes in and maybe they don't even know that they have autoimmune disease at that time, maybe they don't even know that they got a thyroid problem at that time. And so you're sitting there are listening and digging and taking notes and trying to go, “Okay, what's going on here? Does this person fit my practice? Do they have autoimmune problems?” And then it happens. Then I ask, “Do you have heart palpitations for no reason at all? Heart palpitations or anxiety for no reason at all? Would you call that PVCs, pre ventricular contractions? Would you call that SVPs?” These are all medical pathology that cause your heart to beat out of your chest. And then I'm like, “Well, tell me more about that.” Here's the story. “I was under a lot of stress and then all of a sudden, for no reason at all, for no reason at all, my heart started to really pound. And I really started to get big time arrhythmias. And I couldn't breathe very well, and I was really getting anxiety and so on and so forth. [inaudible 00:02:05]. So I was at a hospital and then they did an EKG, they did an echogram, they did a cardiogram, they did everything. And everything was normal,” for the lucky ones. For the lucky ones. “And everything was normal. And they told me to go home and they told me to take some electrolytes and I'm probably just stressed and maybe I just need to deal with my stress and go to counseling. ‘But if it happens again, maybe you can go to cardiologist,' even though everything was normal.” The second person, who's not always quite as fortunate, they'll pick something up on some of the electrical diagnostics and they'll go, “Okay, we're going to go in and we're going to ablate the nerves that are causing your heart to do that…” And then they do that. But the patient's still sitting in front of me with heart palpitations for no reason at all, and anxiety for no reason at all, and those types of things, even though they've been ablated. So when I see questions that come in on does Hashimoto's cause heart problems, technically the answer is no. However, not technically, the answer is yes. And here's how it happens. http://powerhealthtalk.com http://drmartinrutherford.com Martin P. Rutherford, DC 1175 Harvard Way Reno, NV 89502 775 329-4402 http://powerhealthreno.com https://goo.gl/maps/P73T34mNB4xcZXXBA
Dear listeners, this week - we will be talking about “Living with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis”. We will be having Anna Arrey on this episode(11) to discuss her journey with this disease, raise awareness, and share the lessons learned through battling this disease with you. So firstly, what is Hashimoto's Thyroiditis? Hashimoto's disease is an autoimmune disorder affecting the thyroid gland. The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland located at the base of the neck just below the Adam's apple. The thyroid produces hormones that help regulate many functions in the body. An autoimmune disorder is an illness caused by the immune system attacking healthy tissues. In Hashimoto's disease, immune-system cells lead to the death of the thyroid's hormone-producing cells. The disease usually results in a decline in hormone production (hypothyroidism). It is our hope that by the end of this conversation – you learn something new, become more aware of this disease through Anna's experience, and equip yourself with knowledge you or a loved one may need. Things You Will Learn in This Episode: [00:01 – 03:00] Introduction Introducing our guest - Anna Arrey [03:00 – 40:00] Anna Shares Her Journey Life growing up in Cameroon Getting diagnosed with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis The impact of the diagnosis on her life Getting a wrong diagnosis in Cameroon Traveling to India for treatment Spending three months in India [40:00 – 1:10:24] Further Diagnosis & Treatment Finding alternative medicine The impact support groups had on her Linking up with foreign doctors Dealing with insensitive words from the community The importance of having a support system We must show more empathy and less judgment How to get in touch with Anna [1:10:00 – 1:09:00] Final Words Anna's final words Anyoh's final words Tweetable Quotes “I've learned that if you put God at the center of your life, he's going to be there for you. I am a testimony of God's grace.” - Anna Arrey “I'm going to use the opportunity to give a huge shout-out to those Uncles and Aunties and family members that step up for the other family members and take the role of a parent to other family members who are definitely not their children – directly or biologically. So, I just want to give a shout-out to your [Anna's] uncle and auntie and tell them that, we really appreciate them here at Living African Podcast for everything that they have done for you.” - Anyoh Fombad “I don't let anybody stress me. I walk away from shitty people – negative and toxic people. If I find out you are a toxic person, trust me. I won't even say good morning.” - Anna Arrey LEAVE A REVIEW and tell us what you think about the episode so we can continue putting out the best content just for you! Connect with Living African Podcast: You can connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, or Twitter, or send us an email at email@example.com. Check out our website www.livingafricanpodcast.com for more resources and to learn more. Connect with host, Anyoh: You can connect with Anyoh on Facebook (@anyohf), Instagram (@anyohfombad), and Twitter (@anyohfombad).
Let's listen to the interview with a Sydney-based Japanese actor Kuni Hashimoto. Mr Hashimoto played a role of Murakami in the Australian play 'Yasukichi Murakami: Through a Distant Lens'. The interview was recorded and broadcast in 2016. - オーストラリアの舞台でムラカミ役を演じたシドニーの俳優、橋本邦彦さんの2016年放送のインタビュー。日本での朗読劇は今週末開催です（写真はオーストラリアでの舞台より）。
Oh the controversy that surrounds the topic of IODINE! Should you take it, should you avoid it, especially if you have Hashimoto's or other thyroid or hormone problems. The functional medicine community is divided on this topic. Let's break this down with my special guest Sara Banta. We are going to give you truth...we are going to give you science and we are going to dispel some of those myths about taking iodine for your health!Acceleradine - Sara Banta's Accelerated Health Products https://acceleratedhealthproducts.com/product/acceleradine/Code for 15% off: Thyroid15Sara's new website:http://sarabantahealth.comWebsite:http://acceleratedhealthproducts.comSara's free group coaching:https://t.me/+lJZ5Li-_8nMzYmMxAthletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/dramieFree One Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel PacksShop ALL of Dr. Amie's Fixxr Supplements: https://dramiehornaman.com/collections/supplementsThyroid Fixxr™Blood Sugar Fixxr™Hormone Fixxr™LET'S GET YOUR LIFE BACK...Connect with Dr. Amie HornamanBook a free discovery call: https://dramiehornaman.com/pages/book-a-callYou are worth the effort it will take and I will get you there. Trust the process!CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA:If you haven't already done so:Join my exclusive Facebook Group, Dr. Amie…The Thyroid Fixer...Love Your Mirror, for a Community of HOPE and Support in your thyroid journey.https://www.facebook.com/groups/dramie/Like me on Facebook: Amie Hornaman Nutrition and Functional MedicineSubscribe on Youtube: Dr. Amie HornamanFollow me on Instagram: @dramiehornamanAthletic Greens
What does it mean to cleanse? For many, the word throws up images of green juices and fasting. But that's not quite accurate. You might be surprised to learn that you can cleanse in a gentler way. But you also need to go beyond diet if you want to really reset your body. Elissa Goodman looks 20 years younger than her age; you might think she's been blessed with great genes. But, she was not the healthiest child. She had a low immune system and was always sick. She got every type of virus, digestive issues, tonsillitis, chickenpox, chronic fatigue - you name it, she had it. To make matters worse, she felt unworthy compared to her high-achieving Type A personality parents. Fast-forward to adulthood, Elissa went to college, got into advertising, and climbed that corporate ladder because she was determined to make her parents proud. But she wasn't following her passion or purpose. She just worked. And got sicker. And one day she was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma. She knew that this was because she'd been sick most of her life and that her lymphatic system was full of toxins that she'd been unable to clear. But she hadn't thought of the emotional aspect. The doctors she saw first just talked of chemo and freezing her eggs. But one of them was different. He sat her down and asked: Are you happy? Are you doing what you love? It was a turning point. Elissa realized how miserable she'd been in her job and how much she disliked herself. She knew something had to change. She went 100% vegan, she started doing yoga, she went into talk therapy, and do emotional release work. She got rid of her cancer, but the radiation caused hypothyroidism. Then she was diagnosed with Hashimoto's and celiac (two autoimmune conditions). And then her husband died of cancer. It was like a cascade of traumatic life events. That's when she decided to go back to school and learn about nutrition so she could help her daughters stay healthy. And that was it - she never looked back. She became a cleanse expert to help as many people as possible get healthy the easy way. Like her 1-week soup cleanse, which contains 45 different vegetables, is totally vegan and free from anything processed or GMO. She helps her clients to reset their body and brain so they can rejuvenate, re-energize, heal, and maintain a new, healthy lifestyle long-term. Here are some of Elissa's tips to reset your body: Juicing - a fantastic way to get all those vitamins straight into your cells Smoothies - packed with healthy fiber which helps cleanse your digestive system Vegetables, vegetables, vegetables - the more the better (especially dandelion greens, cruciferous veg, and celery) Take a good quality superfood powder Thank You to Our Sponsors! Just Thrive Health Probiotics A Proven, Potent and Effective Spore Probiotic to Help You Be Your Healthier You. Guarantees survivability through the stomach & upper digestive system. Just Thrive's breakthrough, award-winning probiotic contains the proprietary strain, Bacillus Indicus HU36®, which produces antioxidants directly in the digestive system where they can be best absorbed by your body. Go to www.justhrivehealth.com, use the coupon codefoodheals15, get 15% off your first order, and add a spore-based probiotic to your healing and detox routine today. Organifi Organifi, is a line of organic superfood blends that offers plant based nutrition made with high quality ingredients. Organifi takes pride in offering the best tasting superfood products on the market at a price that works out to less than $3 a day. You can experience Organifi's high quality superfoods without breaking the bank. Go to www.organifi.com/foodheals and use code foodheals for 20% off your order.
Want to know which thyroid medication is best for weight loss? The short answer is pretty much anything that contains T3 thyroid hormone but some of my favorites include cytomel and liothyronine. Other thyroid medications that contain T4 thyroid hormone can be used but they rarely ever help with weight loss. Here's why: Thyroid patients struggle with losing weight, there's no disputing this. If you are listening to this right now let me know if weight is one of your primary issues. The question is: how can thyroid patients lose weight? One answer is through their medication. Some thyroid medications are just flat out better than others at helping with weight loss and you want to make sure you are using the RIGHT one if that is important for you. Any thyroid medication that contains T3 thyroid hormone is typically going to be better at helping with weight loss and we have studies that prove it. Some of my favorite T3 medications include: Cytomel, liothyronine, and SR T3. Other medications contain T3, such as NDT, but also contain T4 so they aren't necessarily as powerful but many patients report weight loss while using them as well. Can you lose weight while taking levothyroxine? Yes, but it doesn't work well for MOST people. How long will it take you to see weight loss results while taking thyroid medication? You should see some results within around 6 weeks of starting your medication. How much weight will you lose? Probably not more than 5-10 pounds and the video explains why. Let me know if weight loss is something you are struggling with! Download my free thyroid resources here (including hypothyroid symptoms checklist, the complete list of thyroid lab tests + optimal ranges, foods you should avoid if you have thyroid disease, and more): https://www.restartmed.com/start-here/ Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - Supplements that everyone with hypothyroidism needs: https://bit.ly/3tekPej - Supplement bundle to help reverse Hashimoto's: https://bit.ly/3gSY9eJ - Supplements for those without a thyroid and for those after RAI: https://bit.ly/3tb36nZ - Supplements for active hyperthyroidism: https://bit.ly/3t70yHo See ALL of my specialized supplements including protein powders, thyroid supplements, and weight loss products here: https://www.restartmed.com/shop/ Want more from my blog? I have more than 400+ well-researched blog posts on thyroid management, hormone balancing, weight loss, and more. See all blog posts here: https://www.restartmed.com/blog/ Prefer to listen via podcast? Download all of my podcast episodes here: https://apple.co/3kNYTCS Disclaimer: Dr. Westin Childs received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic medicine in 2013. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Childs is no longer practicing medicine and does not hold an active medical license so he can focus on helping people through videos, blog posts, research, and supplement formulation. To read more about why he is no longer licensed please see this page: https://www.restartmed.com/what-happe... This video is for general informational, educational, and entertainment purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Childs and you. You should not make any changes to your medications or health regimens without first consulting a physician. If you have any questions please consult with your current primary care provider. Restart Medical LLC and Dr. Westin Childs are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis, or any other information, services, or product you obtain through this website or video. #thyroid #hypothyroidism #hashimoto's
Dr. Eric Osansky is a chiropractor, clinical nutritionist, and a certified functional medicine practitioner who helps people recover from thyroid and autoimmune thyroid conditions. He is author of the books "Natural Treatment Solutions for Hyperthyroidism and Graves' Disease" and "Hashimoto's Triggers", and is the host of the Save My Thyroid podcast. Dr. Osansky was personally diagnosed in 2008 with Graves' disease, and after taking a natural treatment approach has been in remission since 2009. After seeing how well natural treatment methods helped with his condition, he began using these natural thyroid treatment protocols to help others with different types of thyroid and autoimmune thyroid conditions, including hyperthyroidism and Graves' Disease, and hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. Connect with Dr. Osansky: www.naturalendocrinesolutions.com Free Thyroid Health Checklist: www.thyroidchecklist.com Have questions? Guest recommendations? Connect with Dr. Aaron Tressler: firstname.lastname@example.org www.in8life.com Facebook & Instagram: @in8life Please leave a 5-star review if you enjoyed this episode to help us reach more people looking to improve their health, naturally!
Today's show rundown: Mark's 3 pillars - maintenance, preventative medicine, regenerative medicine - Mark explains a bit about his pillars. Regan then jump in and explains how he got on his path, which is not common place for a doctor to go down. The guys talk Hashimoto disease, and how it can present itself in a person. Regan suffers from this. Antibodies - have your doctor run panels on them for your thyroid. Mark believes that in the US - there is no place else you want to be other than an American Trauma center. But we tend to treat chronic disease like it is an acute disease. Regan approaches health from the whole mind, body, spirit. Root canals from the past can show levels in people that can complicate medicine. https://acueastwest.com/staff/regan-j-archibald-lac-dipl-om.html https://www.amazon.com/Never-Stop-Healing-Shortcuts-Extraordinary/dp/B09KN656T5/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3EEOM7VWGCNH3&keywords=never+stop+healing&qid=1655227440&sprefix=never+stop+hea%2Caps%2C347&sr=8-1 https://www.amazon.com/s?i=stripbooks&rh=p_27%3ARegan+Archibald&s=relevancerank&text=Regan+Archibald&ref=dp_byline_sr_book_1 Regan Archibald, Lac, FMP, is one of the leading Peptide Specialists in the nation and serves as a Regenerative Therapy and Peptide Consultant at the award-winning clinic he founded in 2004, East West Health (acueastwest.com) and now, Integrated Pain Specialists. Regan is the founder of Go Wellness and is the creator of the Peptide Mastery Course. He is a member of the International Peptide Society. He is the author of 8 books including, Never Stop Healing and Your Health Transformation. As a Peptide Expert, Licensed Acupuncturist, and Functional Medicine Practitioner, Regan brings immense innovation and cutting-edge options for those looking to recover from pain, balance hormones, or increase performance or optimize their health. His clinic, East West Health, is the first Medically Managed Peptide Program that includes the use of Acupuncture and Herbs, Regenerative Medicine, and Functional Medicine. Regan believes that health isn't a destination and disease doesn't take vacations. That's why he's created one of the most innovative wellness curriculums in America called the “Health Accelerator Course.” He and his partners Cade Archibald and Scott Frogley, DC, combine their talents to create a best-in-industry patient experience. With over 1000 active members participating in weekly “HACs” (Health Accelerator Challenges), and thousands more tuning into his podcast, Never Stop Healing, Regan is truly not to miss on your health adventures. If not teaching, writing, or working with patients in-office or virtually, you will find Regan in the Wasatch mountains with his wife Jessica and his kids, Zoe,
Hashimoto's thyroiditis is the most common cause of hypothyroidism.In 2014, it was estimated that 14 million people in the US alone were impacted by this disorder. And women are seven times more likely than men to have Hashimoto's.When left untreated can create a cascade of debilitating symptoms, which is why today's conversation with pharmacist Donna Mazola is so important.We talk about the four pillars to reversing autoimmune disease and being empowered to take control of your own health.Donna Mazzola, is a Pharmacist who has always had a fascination with natural healing and preventative care. After obtaining a Doctorate in Pharmacy, Donna realized that medicine has a place in healing, but it's the balance between nutrition and medicine that impacts disease. This fascination became an obsession after a personal diagnosis with Hashimotos in 2015. Her disease pushed her to embark on a journey to seek answers and identify the root cause related to the rise in autoimmune and other inflammatory chronic conditions. On this journey she obtained a Master's degree in Functional Medicine and Human Nutrition and gave birth to Dr.AutoimmuneGirl, her persona and passion to empower people with the knowledge to take control of their health. Donna is on a mission to educate the world on the healing powers of food and give meaning to the concept of food as medicine. Listen to the full episode to hear:Why healing your gut is the first step in managing autoimmune diseases like Hashimoto'sThe micronutrients your body needs to effectively generate thyroid hormones and why many of us are deficient in themWhy you need a “control what you can control” approach to environmental toxinsHow stress impacts inflammation and proven ways to mitigate itLearn more about Dr. Donna Mazzola:Dr. Autoimmune GirlThe Immunity Food FixInstagram: @DrAutoimmuneGirl Learn more about Sami:Eatfor.lifeBook Your Complimentary ConsultationEat For Life cookbooks for each unique biotypeResources:The Role of Stress in the Clinical Expression of Thyroid Autoimmunity The relationship between oxidative stress and autoimmunity in Hashimoto's thyroiditis A concise review of Hashimoto thyroiditis (HT) and the importance of iodine, selenium, vitamin D and gluten on the autoimmunity and dietary management of HT patients. The Effect of Gluten-Free Diet on Thyroid Autoimmunity in Drug-Naïve Women with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis: A Pilot Study
About Eileen Durfee: Eileen Durfee is a health pioneer, business woman and innovator who has reinvented a way to distribute natural healing products to protect others from toxicity. Eileen is a former nuclear power plant engineer who became sick due to chemical exposure. She suffered from chronic pain, allergies, Hashimoto's, hypothyroidism, and lack of energy. These symptoms were the result of her body not eliminating the toxins to which she was regularly exposed. She tried a variety of medications, diets, therapies, and more, to help recover her health. On a quest to heal her body, she engineered solutions with her vast knowledge and experience to help others. Her journey to overcome her own health issues led her to become an inventor and businesswoman. She founded her own health company, Creatrix Solutions LLC, to create and distribute natural healing products worldwide. Through online web stores, she offers a variety of health solutions, including spinal fitness equipment, near infrared saunas, air purifiers, ozone generators, and healing food salts, as well as provides consultation as a Practitioner in Nutritional Balancing Science. Eileen has an understanding of toxic home and work environments, and knows firsthand what it is like to suffer as the result. Her experience continues to motivate her to create the best possible health solutions to protect family, friends, and consumers from our toxic world. Eileen has been featured on major media outlets including: ABC, NBC and CBS to share her knowledge about the spinal fitness revolution. What We Discuss in This Episode: Eileen shares her fascinating story of how she went to being in such a debilitating state of health to the vibrant, healthy person she is today. The Miracle of Ozone: How to Safely Use Ozonated Water to Boost Oxygen, Make Your Food Safe & Grow Healthier Plants Without Chemicals Photo-therapy & Sauna Therapy with Hot Yoga: How to Maximize Photo-therapy, Detoxification, Weight Loss & Fat Contouring at Home Nourishing Natural Skincare: The Benefits of Mineral Rich Toners & Non-Toxic Fat-Soluble Tallow The Miracle of Oxygen: Two Simple Practices to Increase Oxygen & Enhance Immunity Connect with Eileen Durfee: Website: https://www.CreatrixSolutions.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPJ1vjMv5X1FGke6HVWENig/videos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/creatrixsolutions Connect with Lynne: If you are looking for a community of like-minded women on a journey - just like you are - to improved health and wellness, overall balance, and increased confidence, check out Lynne's private community in The Energized & Healthy Women's Club. It's a supportive and collaborative community where the women in this group share tips and solutions for a healthy and holistic lifestyle. (Discussions include things like weight management, eliminating belly bloat, wrangling sugar gremlins, and overcoming fatigue, recipes, strategies, and much more so women can feel energized, healthy, confident, and joyful each day. Website: https://holistic-healthandwellness.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/holistichealthandwellnessllc The Energized Healthy Women's Club: https://www.facebook.com/groups/energized.healthy.women Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lynnewadsworth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lynnewadsworth Free Resources from Lynne Wadsworth: 5 Simple Steps to Gain Energy, Feel Great & Uplevel Your Health: Are you ready to create a Healthier Lifestyle? Would you like to feel lighter, more energized, and even add joy to your life? If it's time to find more balance of mind~body~soul, then I've got the perfect FREE resource to help. In this guide, you'll find my most impactful strategies and I've made applying them in your life as simple as 1-2-3 (plus a couple more) to help you create a healthier, holistic lifestyle. Uplevel your holistic health and wellness and download the 5 Simple Steps to Health here: https://holistic-healthandwellness.com/5-simple-steps-to-a-healthier-you/ How to Thrive in Menopause: Hot flashes? Low Energy? Difficulty with weight management? If MID-LIFE & MENOPAUSE are taking their toll then I've got a solution for you! I've taken all my very best strategies and solutions to help you feel energized, vibrant, lighter & healthy, and compiled them into this FREE resource! Thrive in midlife and beyond - download my guide here: https://holistic-healthandwellness.com/thrive-through-menopause/ Did You Enjoy The Podcast? If you enjoyed this episode please let us know! 5-star reviews for the Living Life Naturally podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, or Stitcher are greatly appreciated. This helps us reach more women struggling to live through midlife and beyond. Thank you. Together, we make a difference!
Listen as Dr. London Smith (.com) and his producer Cameron discuss Hashimoto Thyroiditis as they grieve the passing of Señor Jock Doc. Not so boring! https://www.patreon.com/join/jockdocpodcast Hosts: London Smith, Cameron Clark. Produced by: Dylan Walker Created by: London Smith
Inna is board certified clinical nutritionist with over 16 years of experience in clinical practice specializing in thyroid function and Hashimotos. She is also the host of the Health Mysteries Solved podcast where she gets to the real root of health issues. She is obsessed with all things related to natural health and ways we can optimize it as she struggled and subsequently overcame many health ailments herself ranging from IBS to debilitating fatigue to migraines to severe acne and thyroid issues. Now that she is out on the other side, she doesn't want others to suffer like she did. Here are some things we talked about in today's show: Thyroid function 101 (a deep dive) Symptoms, causes and treatment of Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's How to treat both The importance of knowing your thyroid type When medication is helpful and when its harmful And much more. Links: Website: https://www.thyroidmysterysolved.com/ https://healthmysteriessolved.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/innatopiler/?hl=en
Conventional medicine and functional medicine approaches butt heads when it comes to optimizing the thyroid gland. The thyroid is a small, butterfly-shaped gland situated at the base of the front of your neck, just below your Adam's apple, and controls your metabolism, or how your body converts the food you eat into energy the body can use, such as regulating how fast your heart beats, how deep you breathe, and whether or not you lose or gain weight. The thyroid can also regulate body temperature, cholesterol levels, and women's menstrual cycles. Twenty-three years ago I had a partial thyroidectomy, removing ½ of my thyroid, due to nodules and a cancer scare. Luckily, I did not have cancer. However, the removal of my thyroid has led me down a path of health-related issues for many years, including chronic hair shedding and thinning, depression, lack of motivation and focus, insomnia, and losing weight or gaining weight. I continue to struggle with mild insulin resistance. My libido was affected for years, and I experienced waves of chronic fatigue during the day. My story is not unique. There are many women, and men, suffering from thyroid disease, and getting the equation right is crucial to overall health and wellness.There's hypothyroidism, which is what I have, hyperthyroidism, Grave's disease, and Hashimoto's, as well as goiter's. Getting your thyroid tested in the conventional healthcare model is incomplete, often not receiving the proper tests to look at the full story of your thyroid health. The results are also skewed, using “normal” lab ranges versus the functional medicine approach, which includes a comprehensive thyroid lab panel, looking at “optimal” ranges. In the world of “normal” ranges, you are being compared to about 90% of the population, which these days, is pretty ill. Do you want to be compared to a 72-year-old, diabetic woman with heart disease? I do not.My guest today is going to share her expertise on all things thyroid related. She's going to talk about what to do if you suspect your thyroid is not functioning properly, or what to do if you've been working with a doctor who may not be serving you and your thyroid any longer. Dr. Amie Hornaman, a.k.a The Thyroid-Fixer, is a woman on a mission to optimize thyroid patients around the world and give them their lives back using her proprietary transformational program: The FIX Method. She is also the founder of the Institute for Thyroid and Hormone Optimization. After her own experience of insufferable symptoms, misdiagnoses, and improper treatment, Dr. Amie set out to help others who she KNEW were going through the same set of frustrations and who were on the same medical roller coaster. She grabs your hand, gives you answers about your health that no one has told you, and gives you the actual tools and personalized treatment to fix you. What makes her program unique is the extra support and accessibility that you can't find anywhere else. That's the transformational journey. With a focus on optimizing thyroid and hormone function, and thus optimizing her patients, Dr. Amie looks at you as a unique individual and not JUST a lab value. She examines all factors that tie into thyroid dysfunction and thyroid symptoms and FIXES you to give you your life back. Medical Disclaimer:By listening to this podcast, you agree not to use this podcast as medical advice or for making any lifestyle changes to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others. Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having. This entire disclaimer also applies to any of my guests on my podcast.To contact Dr. Amie Hornaman:website: https://dramiehornaman.com/FB: amiehornamanIG: dramiehornamanYoutube: DrAmieHornaman
Don't miss this chat as Whitney talks about her health journey fighting her autoimmune diseases in the past. She shares how gluten can trigger some autoimmune diseases and how to test gluten sensitivity. Listen to this chat as Whitney uncovers the gluten-related diseases people might be having without knowing it and ways to achieve a gluten-free body and environment. About the Guest: Whitney Morgan is the founder of Morgan Nutrition and the creator of the Thyroid Reboot Method. She's helped dozens of women with chronic Hashimoto's, and other autoimmune conditions, bust through the obstacles keeping them from the life they want by uncovering the root causes of their symptoms and eliminating their unique triggers. Whitney is a licensed acupuncturist, a functional nutritionist, and a certified gluten-free health coach. In addition to her private practice, she serves as a clinical advisor and instructor for the Association of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioners. LINKS: Website: https://www.morgannutrition.com/welcome (https://www.morgannutrition.com/welcome) Linktr.ee link to all resources: https://linktr.ee/morgannutrition (https://linktr.ee/morgannutrition) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whitneymorgannutrition/ (https://www.facebook.com/whitneymorgannutrition/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whitneymorgannutrition/ (https://www.instagram.com/whitneymorgannutrition/) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFT_ackL2_KfYd-RJXosS2A?sub_confirmation=1 (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFT_ackL2_KfYd-RJXosS2A?sub_confirmation=1) Free Resource: Thyroid Lab Test Interpretation Guide: https://www.morgannutrition.com/thyroid-lab-test-interpretation-guide (https://www.morgannutrition.com/thyroid-lab-test-interpretation-guide) About the Host: Amanda Elise Love is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist who teaches women how to cook simple but delicious allergy-friendly healthy meals and to integrate a holistic approach through mind, body, and spirit. Amanda also has a long history of illness which culminated with the diagnosis of Fibromyalgia at the age of 20 in 2010. She holds a diploma as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, certifications in gut health, culinary nutrition, and more. Join the Cooking with Love Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3y67neb (https://bit.ly/3y67neb) Connect with Amanda on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amandaeliselove/ (https://www.instagram.com/amandaeliselove/) Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below! Subscribe to the podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Leave us an Apple Podcasts review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.
Today I am having a beautiful conversation with Heather, certified nurse and health coach. Heather has had her ups and downs in health and in her eating habits including burn out, Hashimoto's and a liver growth scare. As her life has changed and evolved, Heather has taken what she's learnt and is now helping others find balance in their plate, live well, care for their health and above all, believe in their worthiness. Be inspired xo
Kelli Hashimoto is a Japanese American digital creator and the artist behind the popular custom digital art shop, Runnergrams (on Instagram and Etsy). Kelli specializes in creating animated images of athletes of all backgrounds, as well as tons of fun and whimsical stickers! Most recently, she designed stickers for AAPI heritage month to be included in online order packaging for women's running apparel brand, Oiselle. Kelli is an avid marathoner and digital marketing professional in her day-to-day life. I am grateful to have connected with her through the custom piece she did for Grounded Podcast. In this episode, Kelli tells us about the inspiration behind her custom running art and her passion for the running community. She shares some of her own personal marathon/road racing stories and reflects on what it means to find your place within your local run scene. In This Episode: Runnergrams Kelli's Diverse We Run Feature @PaceOfMe Coaching on Instagram Adrianne Haslet on the Ali on the Run Show Featherstone Nutrition The Healthy Shine: Dietitian for Runners (Starla Garcia) Whitney Port's YouTube Channel (Laguna Beach Reaction Videos) Follow Kelli Hashimoto & Runnergrams: Instagram: @runnergrams | @kellinickole Kelli's Website: https://kellinickole.com/ Runnergrams on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/runnergrams Follow Grounded Pod: Instagram: @groundedpod Twitter: @groundedpod Facebook: facebook.com/groundedpodwithdinee Subscribe, Listen, & Review on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud | Stitcher Music by Jacob Shije (Santa Clara Pueblo, NM).
A PMS & Period Pain Episode Should you take the pill for PMS? What about for period pain? Despite what you may have been told, there are more options out there than taking the pill. Furthermore, the pill doesn't *actually* address any of the underlying root causes of PMS or period pain. So in this episode, we're asking the million-dollar question - what other options are there besides the pill for PMS and period pain? I'm talking to Dr. Saru Bala, and educating women on options besides the pill for PMS and period pain is her passion! Dr. Saru Bala is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor who has done extra training in the areas of women's health and naturopathic endocrinology. Her mission is to educate women about their periods, hormones, and overall health. She works 1:1 with women to address hormonal concerns without the use of birth control and her primary focus is on managing chronic hormonal issues such as PCOS, period pain, heavy bleeding, fibroids, endometriosis, Hashimoto's, fertility, and other women's hormonal concerns. Or as Dr. Bala says — she works with women at any stage from their first period to their last period! This Week We Talk About: The most common underlying causes of PMS Foods to eat and lifestyle habits to incorporate that can help reduce PMS symptoms The hormone balancing supplements that may help with PMS — and why they're likely not the ones that have been marketed to you How PMDD differs from PMS What painful periods or pain between periods can mean and why getting a diagnosis doesn't matter as much as you think it might How the pill makes hormonally driven conditions like PMS and period pain worse by masking the symptoms but not addressing the underlying root causes Why you don't need a "detox",,, but you DO need to support detoxification Why you shouldn't have to live with symptoms that may be common but aren't normal, and options beyond just "take the pill" Mentioned in this episode PCOS Meal Prep Made Easy Workshop – In this hour-long workshop, I break down what foods you want to include for PCOS and what you may want to consider avoiding or minimizing. Learn my simple 3-step formula for planning meals with PCOS, which includes learning how to eat to balance blood sugar. Where to find Dr. Saru Bala Dr. Bala's Website: www.drsarubala.com Dr. Bala's Instagram: @drsarubala Free Guide to Female Hormones: Download here Love the podcast? Leave a rating and review! Or share an episode with a friend who could benefit! Give us a follow on Instagram or Facebook for daily posts on PCOS, hormones, and fertility. Check out our website for more articles and information and to learn how to work with Melissa.
Juni Bucher joins me on this episode - packed full of tools, tips, and strategies that empower you to feel good in your skin right now! Juni shares her perspective on the power of making intentional effort to “support ourselves with whole food nutrition, mindfulness and a lot of self-love so that we can achieve incredible joy!” Juni shares her experiences with Hashimoto's Disease and surviving breast cancer to highlight the purpose and passion behind her mission to help women and men feel lovingly connected to their bodies and have the energy to pursue their dreams.” Visit the episode website for timestamps, links, and more! - https://www.drlyz.com/blog/podcast-74 Empowered By Design Podcast with Dr. Lyz: Psychology, Love and Relationships, Mental Health and Wellness, Mindset, Self-care, Self-reflection and Personal Growth Dr. Lyz: Licensed Psychologist; Love + Relationship Specialist; Wellness Entrepreneur Subscribe to my email list to stay connected: https://www.DrLyz.com https://www.VisionistasByDesign.com https://www.drlyz.com/empowered-by-design-podcast ------------------- Follow us on social media and check our website for event info and dates! https://www.VisionistasByDesign.com FREE RESOURCE: The Self-LOVE Makeover. What is your Self-LOVE Style?
For more information on this topic or to schedule a consultation please visit us at http://WhatIsHashimotos.com is hashimoto's an autoimmune disease, so i've been in this for so long. I that twists my brain around to think that there's anybody that doesn't know that hashimoto's is an autoimmune disease at this point not to be an insult. I i just i'm living in an alternative world, i'm living in a world where, all day long, like probably 80 percent of my patients, have automated thyroid disease. So the answer is yes, so hashimoto's is an autoimmunity. So here's here's how it works. Okay, so i'll give you my family, okay, if well, that person asked that question. They may not know i have hashimoto's, so i have hashimoto's and um. So i have a. I have a mother who had her thyroid taken out. I have an aunt who had her thyroid taken out. I had a grandmother all on the same side who had uh a goiter like until she died at like 96 or 97 years old, so this was back in 50s, 60s, um and and uh and and really nobody's talking about hashimoto's back then i mean it was Just like uh an afterthought in in in like somebody's physiology book in medical school, but nobody really thought anybody got it. Okay, but the point is, is you have to have the genetics first to get it um in a family where, if your mom's got it um the chances uh and she has two daughters to change? There'S, there's strong probability. One of them is going to get it today. Okay, so you have to have the genetics to be turned on. That's autoimmunity in general, whether it's hashimoto's, whether it's a rheumatoid arthritis, whether it's lupus you have to have the genetics, then what has to happen is you have to be unfortunate enough to get at a point in your life where your physiology crashes or you have a Trigger that is so significant that it overcomes the ability of your immune system to stop you from turning on that gene that will now cause you to have hashimoto's and you can and and so you're, so the immune system gets triggered and it can either attack the Thyroid tissue, so it's called thyroglobulin tissue. There'S a test called an anti-thyroglobulin test or much much more commonly the peroxidase enzyme and the peroxidase enzyme is an enzyme that that takes um tyrosine meta thyroid hormone is t4 and t3. The t is tyrosine the four iodines, so it takes this tyrosine and it mixes it with hydrogen peroxide, and then it sucks these four iodines in and now you have t4. So this the thyroid peroxidase enzymes and the key player that makes your thyroid hormone. That can get attacked, so you can either attack the enzyme which is frankly way more common or you can attack the tissue or you can attack both i've. You know i'd see it all. I see all that happening and then once that happens, that turns on your genetics and now your immune system has been given the the okay to attack you over and over and over again every time you trigger an attack, so the initial triggers that started for me. http://powerhealthtalk.com http://drmartinrutherford.com Martin P. Rutherford, DC 1175 Harvard Way Reno, NV 89502 775 329-4402 http://powerhealthreno.com https://goo.gl/maps/P73T34mNB4xcZXXBA
Fatigue, weight gain, hair loss, brain fog and constipation might be signs that the thyroid is not working optimally. But no worries, of course, there are safe and completely natural methods, including herbs, available to us that can help with Hypothyroidism and other thyroid problems. Did you know that in most cases an under-functioning thyroid is caused by an inflammatory auto-immune disease called Hashimoto's? Yes, and that gives us a clue to the root causes of it. We have to look at digestion, inflammation, hormonal regulation, and immune function! Adaptogens come to mind, Ashwagandha, Eleuthero, but also herbs for the brain like Gotu Kola, and anti-inflammatories like turmeric can be very helpful. Would like to work with me one-on-one and book your Online Health Consultation? Send me a message through my website: www.herbalhelp.net Or click on my calendar to book a free 20 min call to get your questions answered directly and to see if we are a good fit for each other! I am a professional, clinical Herbalist registered with the American Herbalists Guild, and my specialization is in Thyroid Health. Take your herbal education to the next level! Get access to live herb classes, exclusive weekly inspirational herbal videos and health case studies through my Ko-Fi membership and donation site. This is a convenient and pleasant way to deepen your studies in Herbalism and have me as your guide and teacher by your side, on this journey. Thank you so much! Your contribution also supports the creation of this podcast and keeps me going, sharing this knowledge with all of you. YouTube Channel: Herbal Help by Tamara Follow me on Instagram: herbal.help If you like the show please let others know and write me a review! You can rate me on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, Castbox, Audible Podcast Addict and more, and it's super easy, just click on this link. This show is meant for educational purposes only. This is not health advice. Please send me a message through the contact form on my website. I love to hear from my listeners and get feedback! What herb would you like me to discuss next on this podcast? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/downtoearthherbalism/message
Today we're answering a listener question from instagram. The question is about being tempted to restrict or revert to elimination of foods during an autoimmune flare, and how to cope without diet culture. We discuss the influence of wellness culture on the autoimmune community, the pitfalls of food as a way to “fix” ourselves when our bodies are struggling, and how to think about this complex experience from a lens of compassion and true self-care. Links of Interest: Review of Studies on Hashimoto's & Gluten Current Evidence on the Efficacy of Gluten-Free Diets in Multiple Sclerosis, Psoriasis, Type 1 Diabetes and Autoimmune Thyroid Diseases Doubtful Justification of the Gluten-Free Diet in the Course of Hashimoto's Disease We are a listener-supported show (no ads!) so please support us on Patreon for bonus episodes at Patreon.com/fullplate Patreon is also where we publicly host transcripts for each episode, so if you're looking for those, head over to our Patreon. Find the show and hosts on Instagram @fullplate.podcast Diane is @dianesanfilippo and Abbie is @abbieattwoodwellness
It's understood that having Hashimoto's/hypothyroidism puts you at a greater risk for developing insulin resistance. For so many of us with Hashi, implementing a ketogenic lifestyle is such a wise, appropriate choice in the management of insulin resistance. In this episode, I welcome Robin Switzer who is the owner of q1 productions and the creator of the Keto event of the year... KetoCon. KetoCon will be held this year in Austin, Texas on July 8-10th. I am honored to be speaking at this event with 75 other Keto lifestyle specialists! Grab this episode as Robin will be talking with us about what to expect this year at KetoCon...it's not just about speakers or vendors, it is really is about a lifestyle and showing people the right way to do keto and the benefits of keto.Join us at Ketocon in Austin TX July 8-10th!Purchase tickets here: ketocon.org One day pass, 3 day pass, VIP 3 day pass and Sunday only Exhibitor Hall tickets are availableUse my code is “thyroidfix” and this code will take $50.00 off of the 3-Day ticket which is currently $300.00. It can only be used on advance ticket purchases (not at the door).Shop ALL of Dr. Amie's Fixxr Supplements: https://dramiehornaman.com/collections/supplementsThyroid Fixxr™Blood Sugar Fixxr™Hormone Fixxr™LET'S GET YOUR LIFE BACK...Connect with Dr. Amie HornamanBook a free discovery call: https://dramiehornaman.com/pages/book-a-callYou are worth the effort it will take and I will get you there. Trust the process!CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA:If you haven't already done so:Join my exclusive Facebook Group, Dr. Amie…The Thyroid Fixer...Love Your Mirror, for a Community of HOPE and Support in your thyroid journey.https://www.facebook.com/groups/dramie/Like me on Facebook: Amie Hornaman Nutrition and Functional MedicineSubscribe on Youtube: Dr. Amie HornamanFollow me on Instagram: @dramiehornaman
The Case: Leila has been dealing with Hashimoto's, Lyme and Crohn's disease for years. She was managing her symptoms through a strict regimen of supplements, diet, and various practitioners. Emotionally, she was feeling disconnected, discouraged, and joyless. We so often focus on the biochemistry side of autoimmune issues that we forget the importance of taking care of our emotions and connection to life. In other words, there's more to feeling good than just the physical. The Investigation Getting to the root of health issues, especially chronic and mysterious ones, is quite multi faceted. We really have to address it from all angles. While biochemistry is important, it's just one part and there are many areas that also play a very large role. This was what was missing for Leila and felt it was going to be important for her to really connect with herself and discover her true self. This is not always easy so to help out, I invited a self-discovery coach to join me on this episode of Health Mysteries Solved. Sara Katherine is the host of the podcast, Be Your Own Badass and the author of Your Self-Discovery Journal, I'm Awesome: Here's Why, and Be Happy. Be Calm. Be YOU. Her mission is to help women achieve their goals without letting people-pleasing or perfectionism get in the way. What is Self-Discovery? Before we can dive into self-discovery, it's important to be able to frame it. For Sara, self-discovery is understanding what you want and what makes you you. She says the ultimate goal of being in tune with who you are, your values, what motivates you and your passions is that the more you're in tune with these, the more action you can take in life. And, that action will feel authentic and right. For someone like Leila, or anyone who is so focused on their symptoms and their health journey, it's easy to start to feel disconnected with that authentic self. Being able to tap into what makes you you again will help you take care of your symptoms and day-to-day issues but also remind you that you're more than what you're dealing with right now. How to Get Started with Self Discovery For anyone who has never looked into self discovery, it can be a bit daunting. Sara recommends starting small by tuning in to your intuition (which is just like doing a gut check). She says to hold space and check into how you're feeling about something. Pay attention to how your body responds to that thought. Too often our minds are going a mile a minute and we don't stop to check in with ourselves. She explains the concept of listening to our intuition as having an inner mentor (the opposite of the inner critic). It's the part of you that understands you and wants the best for you. It has the best results for you in mind. Checking in with your inner mentor can take as little as 5 minutes. To do it, start by sitting in silence. Then, do a life audit and scan through what you're going through on a day-to-day basis. Pay attention to what comes up from your inner mentor. This is a great first step in reconnecting with yourself again. How to Tell Intuition from Fear The challenge that many people have with intuition or listening to their gut is that sometimes, when we have fear, we call it intuition. Sara says that she has also struggled with this because anxieties can creep up and get in the way of intuition. She says it's all about understanding that deep connection to your truth which comes with practice. Practice by paying closer attention to your emotional and physical responses to things. Meditation is also a way to hone your intuition skills. She also suggests paying close attention to which feeling comes first. Usually, the fear comes first but when you sit with it for a moment you can let the intuitive response in. Misconceptions Around Self-Care Ask someone for an example of self-care and chances are the response will be either get a message or take a bubble bath but are these really examples of self-care? Sara says they may be but only if that's what personally fills you up. Self-care is personal. Each person has a different way of recharging their batteries. For some, it might be connecting with friends while others prefer time alone. There is no one size fits all for self-care - it is highly personal. If you don't know what fills you up or recharges your batteries, you need to try new things and pay close attention to how it feels before, during and after. But, don't wait until your cup is empty - find what fills it up before you need it filled. For example, for me, if I don't sleep, I don't feel well. One of my forms of self-care is going to bed early and getting lots of sleep. If I wait until I'm tired to get more sleep, it's already too late. The Difference Between Self-Care and Self-Love The act of self-care is an act of self-love because it cultivates self-love. Sara also says to think of self-care as the action and self-love as the state you achieve. Being able to take care of yourself and understand yourself throughout the process, that helps you be kinder to yourself and appreciate different pieces about you. This all brings self-love into your life. Self-love also has to do with the inner critic versus the inner mentor. When we are in a state of self-love, we listen more to our inner mentor instead of our inner critic. Being kind to ourselves, and honoring the inner mentor can be a challenge especially for those who are people-pleasers or perfectionists. The inner critic is strong in these personalities, so there is a lot more work that needs to be done to combat the inner critic. For anyone dealing with autoimmune issues or who are on a health journey, it can be very hard to focus on the inner mentor because things don't always go smoothly and the path isn't always linear. So, practicing self-care and cultivating self-love are really important because a negative mindset can affect the healing journey. How Can a Lack of Self-Love Manifest Physically While this is difficult to prove scientifically, anecdotally there are many stories of people struggling with health until they are able to cultivate self-love. Sara says that she notices it physically. For her, it's the digestive system that responds to times when she is allowing stress to creep in, when she's not getting enough sleep or when she listens too much to her inner critic. When you let the inner critic win, you end up in a negative state and that can spiral. You stop appreciating the positives, you may not do the things you need to do to feel good (like take time to go for a walk in nature or even just to take some deep breaths). It can compound if you don't combat it with some self-care practices. Fueling Self-Care and Confidence Confidence and self-care go hand in hand. When your self-care and self-compassion are low, it affects your self-love. If your self-love is low then it's hard to be confident. For anyone dealing with autoimmune disease, this confidence is critical. However, Sara points out that nobody feels totally confident every single day. Confidence comes and goes. Sara says that confidence is more like a muscle than a state of being. Building (and maintaining) confidence requires regular practice, just like self-care. One common way to boost self confidence is through daily affirmations. Another is to remind yourself of what's good in your life by keeping a daily gratitude journal. These practices help you focus on the positive each day and give you support through the challenging days. Even when things are challenging, you can always find something to be grateful for - even if it's just the roof over your head or the apple in your hand. All of this adds up. When you're taking care of yourself, you're practicing self-care and cultivating self-love and confidence, you'll find yourself in a positive state. Your body is more likely to respond positively to that state. How to be Grateful When You're in Pain or Your Autoimmune Symptoms are Acting Up One of the first things to let go of when you are struggling to find something to be grateful for is the stress of trying to find the positive. Don't be so hard on yourself. It's okay to just feel what you're feeling; to sift through it rather than push it down. It's important to process the emotions that come with the struggle of autoimmune symptoms. Processing these emotions allows us to move and find those little things to be grateful for. The more you do these practices, the easier it is to get through the hard days. It's a culmination of your daily habits, your emotions, your gratitude, and listening to your inner mentor. You can do big things but it's really about the culmination of the smaller habits that you integrate into your daily life. Even starting on such a simple level of gratitude of just what even exists right now in your situation. Spark Joy Another great positivity practice is noticing what brings you that spark of joy, passion or purpose. It could be anything from a book, a television show, spending time with a specific person or anything, as long as it makes you feel good. This is something you can start doing right away - just start by noticing feelings of joy. Ask yourself what the source of that joy is and note it. You might keep a notebook handy or use an app on your phone to make a quick recording. Be mindful and appreciative about it. And then you can use this to combat negative feelings and also to look for more opportunities to spark that joy again. As you do this, you'll start to reconnect with who you are and what you want. This will lead to a deeper understanding of your passions and purpose. For anyone dealing with a health issue, whether it's due to autoimmune or something else, this practice can help take the focus off your sickness or symptoms and shift it to the positive. Too often we start to identify with our illness instead of remembering who we really are. What is Perfectionism and How does it Impact our Health? A perfectionist feels a need to achieve all things to the best of their ability, and often that means without any errors, missteps, or mistakes. They feel that if it's not perfect, it's wrong. Anything they do that is not perfect is seen as a failure. They have extremely high expectations of themselves. Many high achieving people deal with perfectionism and it can be quite destructive to their inner mentor. And, it can make taking action impossible because the fear of not getting it perfect is debilitating. This can be a challenge for anyone dealing with autoimmune disease or health issues because they have an expectation of their body that if they do everything they are supposed to do then the body should respond. If they don't get the result they are looking for then they take it personally. This further damages their inner mentor and allows the inner critic to take over. Getting over perfectionism is a process - you can't just decide one day not to be a perfectionist. Conclusion When it comes to healing, there are so many areas that play a role and mindset is one of them. This is where we started with Leila. Leila had quite a few limiting beliefs around healing so this was where we began our work together. It took some time for her to realize the difference between what was reality and what was a belief. Deactivating limiting beliefs can take some time because they often come from a trusted source like a past caregiver or authority figure. If we believe these things then our body will also believe these things. Leila also worked on appreciating her blessings. For so long, Leila had focused on fixing what was wrong that she stopped seeing what was right. Starting a gratitude practice helped shift this focus. We also worked on her mind-body connection. I designed a set of exercises that she added to her daily routine. These helped her feel instead of just think. She never realized how much she can actually feel in her body and how much she was able to move and shift her own energy until she tried. Doing all of this really raised her mood and energy and sky rocketed her motivation. She was able to feel so much more in charge of her circumstance than she realized. Everything began to flow better. Next Steps We also did some new blood work because despite having Hashimoto's, she'd never been evaluated for her thyroid type. If you are unfamiliar with thyroid type, I covered it in this Free Training and I also have a step-by-step, customizable program you can access on my website: https://www.thyroidmysterysolved.com/ We discovered that Leila was ‘Unavailable Thyroid Type' so it was no wonder that her medications weren't working optimally since they weren't being absorbed properly. We worked on shifting that by further supporting her biochemistry. She was already on a restricted diet and taking many supplements. I wondered if this might be having an effect on her mindset. So, we started looking at what we may be able to take away. I know this sounds weird but sometimes, the body can be overwhelmed with too many things. Happy Ending After 6 months of working together, Leila's energy was higher, she was sleeping better, her aches and pains had improved, and she had a much better outlook on life. She was able to go out and enjoy life including seeing friends, eating out without worrying about it, and doing the things that she considers to be part of a normal life. She's so happy and grateful now. Eliminating Health Mysteries For Leila we were able to find that missing piece of the health puzzle and help her regain her health. Could mindset be the missing clue for you or someone in your life? Links: Resources mentioned Thanks to my guest Sara Katherine. You can connect with here through her website and on Instagram Suggested Products: Thyroid Mystery Solved Step-by-Step Program Your Self-Discovery Journal Related Podcast Episodes: What Is Your Thyroid Type? (and How to Manage It) Top 5 Things I Wish I'd Done Sooner on my Hashimoto's Healing Journey How to Support your Thyroid and Immune System Through Authenticity The Case of the Unresponsive Autoimmune Conditions w/ Dr. Connie Jeon Thanks for Listening If you like what you heard, please rate and review this podcast. Every piece of feedback not only helps me create better shows, it helps more people find this important information. Never miss an episode - Subscribe NOW to Health Mysteries Solved with host, Inna Topiler on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or Google Podcasts and remember to rate and review the show! Find out more at http://healthmysteriessolved.com PLEASE NOTE All information, content, and material on this podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified physician or healthcare provider. Some of the links provided are affiliate links. 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In this Q & A episode Julie Olson, Salena Rothenberger, and myself answer questions related to hair loss from those with hyperthyroidism and Hashimoto's. This is from a Facebook live that took place on Friday June 3rd 2022.
Stem cell therapy is still very new in the medical sphere. As you'll learn from this podcast discussion, it's still experimental and not yet widely available.Joy Kong MD says it's the future of health and will, one day, be a part of regular health management.This conversation is much broader than just how stem cell therapy could possibly be used as part of thyroid health management - although we do cover some specific thyroid questions too.This conversation covers:What stem cell therapy isDifferent kinds of stem cells and ethical considerations.The key functions of stem cell therapy How stem cells could be used as part of thyroid supportStem Cell therapy researchStem cell therapy in the context of anti-agingHow stem cell therapy is administeredBenefits of stem cell therapy both systemically and localisedPlease note that no claims are being made by Dr Kong in this podcast.---------------------Meet Joy Kong MDJoy Kong, M.D. is a UCLA-trained, triple board-certified physician (American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, American Board of Addiction Medicine, American Board of Anti-Aging & Regenerative Medicine). She is the president of Uplyft Longevity Center in Los Angeles, California, where she specializes in stem cell therapy, ketamine therapy, as well as a wide range of therapeutic modalities to enhance overall health and combat diseases in a holistic approach, esp. by enhancing the body's innate regenerative potentials.Connect:YouTubeuplyftcenter.com--------------------------Let's Talk Thyroid is a podcast where we explore different aspects of living thyroid-friendly lifestyle positively & practically to help you thrive and not just survive. I bring together my experiences as a Hashimoto's patient, interviews with real people thriving with thyroid issues and experts to give us the low down on different aspects of living a healthy thyroid lifestyle. Expect discussions on diet, energy, gut health, stress, holistic approaches, essential oils, sleep, relationships and more.------------------------Let's talk further with Annabel...Book now available - Kiss & Make Up With Your Thyroid: buy via annabelbateman.com and AmazonMy Thyroid Box available now.Book your Strategy Session: annabelbateman.com/strategyGo to annabelbateman.com for full show notes, download my thyroid freebie or to book a strategy session.Join the Let's Talk Thyroid Community on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/584308325427424Connect on Instagram or Facebook @annabel.bateman.wellnessYou can also listen to the podcast on your favourite podcast platform including Spotify and Apple Podcasts.Support the showSupport the show
For more information on this topic or to schedule a consultation please visit us at http://WhatIsHashimotos.com Okay, here we go again hashimoto's and epstein-barr virus. You know um i've been involved in hashimoto's literally since the beginning, i think, of when nobody even knew what the word hashimoto's was because uh i studied with uh dr crossy, and if you don't know who he is, you can get his book. He wrote about it in 2009., he was the guy who said: hashimoto's was actually causing most people's thyroid problems and um and and the early understanding of it was that epstein-barr virus was the cause. Then it was. Viral infections are the cause. So i curb these. Viruses. Can can be a trigger uh epstein-barr virus. We'Re going to talk about more can be a trigger. Um cytomegaloviruses can be a trigger, so there's like six viruses that can be a trigger and that in early on it was this like it's a viral infection. It'S a virus in the thyroid and that's what hashimoto says, and it isn't even that. Okay, it's it's more, that it's more, that um epstein-barr virus is a is a trigger. So i i i'm personally my personal case for those of you who have never seen me. I have hashimoto's and um and it's kind of an interesting case because i probably got it at 21 years old and uh at 2021. I got mono and i was down for six weeks and i had to cancel an entire athletic season. I played soccer. I uh played baseball. I wrestled i did. I literally had to cancel an entire year of sports because i was fatigued. I had mono mod is supposed to go away after, like four or five or six weeks, and then you get back to it. What we now know is is that if you have epstein-barr virus, i mean, if you got mono and you had it for like a year like me and and i went to go on the soccer field like i was gonna be able to play again. It was like i was like you know, like my legs felt like they were like 500 pounds each. You probably had gotten an epstein-barr infection and developed hashimoto's at that point in time and for me being athletic. It was kind of interesting because i never really had quite completely the energy that i had after that again, even when i got better – and i always you know wonder about that – i had sleep more and i and i had to battle my weight. I mean, and i i stayed pretty active athletically through a lot of my life and yeah. I said i had to battle my weight and i had, and i was always like, had to sleep a lot and then in my 40s i ended up getting stressed and then i ended up getting pneumonia and then that blew up into fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue and A ton of things, one of the things we found out was i had hashimoto's now in retrospect. We know that i probably developed it 20 some years earlier and what causes mono is or virus, so that was uh, so this is kind of the flow of it, and this is why you've heard a lot about epstein-barr virus and then a couple of years ago, There was a book that came out and by the intuitive psychic. http://powerhealthtalk.com http://drmartinrutherford.com Martin P. Rutherford, DC 1175 Harvard Way Reno, NV 89502 775 329-4402 http://powerhealthreno.com https://goo.gl/maps/P73T34mNB4xcZXXBA
Thyroid issues (like most health issues) are full-body issues. How to heal from Hashimoto's and Hypothyroidism from a new perspective. Today's guest has new ideas and a holistic approach to healing thyroid issues. Highlights 13:26 What is happening in the body in a hypothyroid state 17:48 Treating thyroid conditions by looking at the full body picture 24:47 Thyroid hormone production and how to test cells to see if it's adequate 33:18 Is Hashimotos is different than hypothyroidism 44:12 The major pillars of healing the thyroid 52:14 How breath and meditation can be a huge healing factor for the thyroid Guest: Dr. Eric Baclavage Resources We Mention: Book: The Oxygen Advantage by Patrick McKeown Related Episodes: Podcast 92: Thyroid Health for Women: Lifestyle, Medication, Pregnancy Screening, Hypothyroidism vs Hashimoto's and Whole Body Impact Podcast 30: Thyroid Health Matters: Preconception, Pregnancy, Postpartum with Dr. Christine Maren Podcast 12: Thyroid Health Q&A and Healing Hashimoto's with Tracey Grant, RDN, CWHC Podcast 05: Thyroid Healing is Possible: What You Need to Know On Your Journey to Optimal Thyroid Health with Carrie Vitt of Deliciously Organic Health Resources Healing Hashimoto's Course Thyroid Lab Guide + Tracker (free) Recommended Non-Toxic Products Connect With Carly: CarlyJohnsonBrawner.com Instagram: @carlyjohnsonbrawner Sponsors: Organifi (Use code Carly for 20% off) BiOptimize: Magnesium Breakthrough (use code Carly10 for 10% off) Micro Balance (use code Carly for 10% off) Complete Show Notes Here
In this week's episode of Healthspan Academy, I chatted with Dr. Lori Bouchard, who is a Naturopathic Doctor specializing in cancer treatment and prevention. We discussed the key metabolic and nutrition-based factors that contribute to tumor development and metastasis. Dr. Lori outlined the role of the gut-brain axis on controlling the onset of cancer. She also chatted about some of the most promising treatment options that are available beyond traditional chemotherapy, including intravenous vitamin C injection, magnetism, and ozone therapy. We talked about some of the key carcinogenic agents and how to minimize your risk of being impacted by them as well as best practices for stimulating cell autophagy and killing cancer cells. Dr. Lori Bouchard has dedicated more than a decade to working with patients with cancer. She helps them build a life that enables them to thrive and co-exist with cancer. A significant portion of her work encompasses changing patients' perspectives on what it means to have cancer, live in a meaningful way, and add health despite simultaneously managing a disease. As a Naturopathic Doctor with a particular focus on cancer health, Dr. Lori is on a mission to help patients understand the real root of cancer and how gut health, genetics, and environmental factors impact tumor growth. She completed her Degree in Health Science at Western University prior to completing her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. She is also a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND), the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND), and the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians. Dr. Lori is the founder of Inside Health Clinic, Ontario's most innovative naturopathic healing centre which aims to help people reverse complicated and often misunderstood conditions such as Lyme, chronic fatigue, Hashimoto's, and infertility while offering a comprehensive range of naturopathic support, welcoming all those who wish to live in optimal health. She is also the author of Amazon's Bestselling Book “Live Longer and Stronger with Breast Cancer”, endorsed by US Presidential candidate and 4 times NY Times best-selling author Marianne Williamson which is a step-by-step guide to help women fight their cancer more effectively. Find out more about Dr. Bouchard on her website at www.drlori.ca and on Instagram at @drloribouchard. You can also get a free copy of her book here. *** Please note that the content discussed in this podcast is intended for self-education and is not to be interpreted as medical advice.
Join Angela and guest Brandy Searcy in this episode: PUFAS Explained. In today's episode, Angela and Brandy Searcy are talking about cooking oils and oils used for self-massage (Abhyanga) in the context of essential fatty acids. With so much recent controversy around omega-6 and why you should avoid them in your diet, Brandy shares the truth about these fatty acids. Spoiler alert: you need both of them for your health. Learn more about: • why omega-3 and omega-6 are both necessary for your health • which botanical and vegetable oils are rich in each of these & how to use these oils in your diet • what factors into an oil's shelf life • what ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 to target in your diet Brandy Searcy's a pharmaceutical formulation development scientist who truly discovered Ayurveda in 2020 when she decided to cure Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Having been diagnosed with this autoimmune thyroid condition in 2018, she wasn't happy with living with Western medicine's approach to this condition and picked up Dr. Marianne Teitelbaum's book “Healing the thyroid with Ayurveda.” Intrigued by many of the connections Dr. Teitelbaum made in this book, specifically the way of looking at your body holistically rather than individual wheels and cogs to be cut and chopped and reassembled whenever one part malfunctioned, Brandy decided to learn more about Ayurveda. After implementing some of the dinacharya recommendations and her diet (specifically eliminating raw and cold foods), she began to noticing such profound differences in the way she felt she fell head over heels for Ayurveda enrolling in an AHC program while taking courses offered by Dr. Vasant Lad and incorporating Ayurvedic principles into the skincare offered at Rain Organica. Brandy provides a unique perspective of Ayurveda through the lens of a scientist Connect with Brandy: website - https://rainorganica.com instagram - instagram.com/rainorganica pinterest - pinterest.com/rainorganica • Click here for a free download of oils for your dosha type + recipes for making your own Abhyanga oil for your dosha • Click here for a free guide of essential oil blends for customizing your Abhyanga oil for each season Learn more about Angela and her work: Ayurveda Health Counselor Program: https://simpleayurvedaschool.teachable.com/p/ahc Website: https://simpleayurveda.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simple_ayurveda Join The Simple Ayurveda Collective: an affordable ongoing support system that offers Ayurveda broken down into bit-sized pieces so that you are fully able to understand and incorporate this amazing ancient science into your own life. Receive access to video lessons with new content each month, private support group OFF of Facebook, seasonal suggestions, simple recipes, and more! Learn more: www.simpleayurveda.com/membership
Heather Gray is a Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist Practitioner. She found this work after 27 years of undiagnosed Lyme Disease, Celiac Disease, Hashimoto's, and Endometriosis. She was depressed, anxious, and in chronic widespread pain, experiencing poor skin, bloating, constipation, exhaustion, weight gain, and horrible periods amongst other ailments. Heather set out on a path to healing and has now lost over 100 lbs, her pain has lessened, she no longer experiences suicidal thoughts, and has all-day energy. Heather now has a practice where she teaches others how to take care of themselves while getting the inflammation out of both their body and brain. In her courses, Heather teaches you how to navigate your healthy living journey, and destroy brain fog, while controlling moodiness, chronic inflammation, and pain. Follow Heather: Lyme Hope Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DiscoveringHealthFDN Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/discoveringhealthfdn/?hl=en Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEh1w8d52wkr45ZOeAEWcOg Podcast: https://anchor.fm/heather-gray4 Website: https://www.discoveringhealthfdn.com Follow Therese "Tee" Forton-Barnes and The Green Living Gurus: Tee's Organics - Therese's Healthy Products for You and Your Home: https://thegreenlivinggurus.com/shop-tees-organics/ The Green Living Gurus Website: https://thegreenlivinggurus.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greenlivinggurus/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW7_phs1GZUPzG21Zgjnqtw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreenLivingGurus Healthy Living Group on Facebook Tip the podcaster! Support Tee and the endless information that she provides: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheGreenLivingGurus Venmo: @Therese-Forton-Barnes last four digits of her cell are 8868 For further info contact Tee: Email: Tee@TheGreenLivingGurus.com Cell: 716-868-8868
In today's episode, Rachel and Alison discuss why gut health is important, what to consider when it comes to food sensitivities & intolerances, common causes of bloating, how to optimize digestion, and more. Alison is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, author of The Paleo Gut Healing Cookbook, and blogger at FoodbyMars.com. Alison has experienced first-hand the healing power of food, using it to manage Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and PCOS. She believes your healing journey with real food can be a stress-free lifestyle filled with joy and flavor and is on a mission to help! Follow Alison for more Paleo and AIP-friendly recipes, meal plans, community, and bio-individual coaching services. Subscribe to her weekly newsletter and get a FREE 20-minute Paleo/AIP Meal Prep Plan right here. Where to find Alison: Website: https://foodbymars.com/ 20-min Paleo/AIP Meal Prep Guide: foodbymars.com/prep 5-day Mindful Eating Challenge: https://foodbymars.kartra.com/page/mindful-challenge Instagram: @foodbymars Cookbook: https://www.amazon.com/Paleo-Gut-Healing-Cookbook-Nourishing/dp/0760371334 Enrollment is now open for Rachel's group coaching membership, The Flex Fam. To sign up, visit www.theflexfam.com To learn more and apply to work one-on-one with Rachel, visit her website: https://www.metflexlife.com/apply Join Rachel's weekly newsletter: https://www.metflexlife.com/newsletter Check out Rachel's second podcast MINIFLEX on your preferred podcast platform Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/02ugV4Hi1rCFwJ2CTx3x1t?si=67fa8b12ee1f4ad3&nd=1 Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/miniflex/id1612301075 Connect with Rachel on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelgregory.cns/ Tiktok: https://email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metflexlife Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MetFlexandChill/_created/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/rachelgregoryms LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-gregory-ms-cns-cscs-bbb41999/
This is the episode for anyone (and everyone!) looking for answers on why they might be feeling lethargic or experiencing sudden weight gain: It's a conversation with endocrinologist Fawn Wolf, M.D., and a mother runner recently diagnosed with Hashimoto's. Topics covered include: -hypothyroidism versus hyperthyroidism; -treatment protocol for various thyroid conditions; -nutrition advice for thyroid support; -how it feels to run with Hashimoto's; and, -owl activity seemingly ripped out of “The Staircase!” Tish shares, in the intro, details about the major move she's undertaking soon to (finally!) live with her boyfriend. Dr. Wolf kicks off the thyroid talk at 12:36. Find AMR co-branded Oiselle shorts here. When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support! A better base in all your shoes: Use code AMR15 for 15% discount at Currex.us Run the Rose City: Use code AMR for $10 off registration at PortlandMarathon.com Talk it out: For 10% off your first month, go to betterhelp.com/amr Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are you currently taking thyroid medication? Have you ever wondered about trying to get off of your thyroid medication? You were probably told that you have to take it for the rest of your life, right? What if I told you that that may not be the case? Well, it's true. There are a lot of thyroid patients who are taking prescription thyroid medications who ultimately want to stop taking them if at all possible. And it turns out that there may be a path for certain people. But please read this disclaimer before you attempt it: Do NOT attempt to get off of your thyroid medication without physician supervision. There are some conditions which make getting off of thyroid medication impossible. These conditions include complete removal of the thyroid gland, complete destruction of the thyroid gland from radioactive iodine, and complete destruction of the thyroid gland from end-stage Hashimoto's thyroiditis. If you have any of these conditions then you MUST take thyroid medication forever. But what about other thyroid patients? There may be a way for you to potentially get off of your thyroid medication or potentially lower the dose that you are taking. Getting off of thyroid medication involves treating the root cause of your thyroid condition and fixing that problem. If you can do this then you may be able to lower your dose. Watch this video for more information on how to do exactly that. Download my free thyroid resources here (including hypothyroid symptoms checklist, the complete list of thyroid lab tests + optimal ranges, foods you should avoid if you have thyroid disease, and more): https://www.restartmed.com/start-here/ Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - Supplements that everyone with hypothyroidism needs: https://bit.ly/3tekPej - Supplement bundle to help reverse Hashimoto's: https://bit.ly/3gSY9eJ - Supplements for those without a thyroid and for those after RAI: https://bit.ly/3tb36nZ - Supplements for active hyperthyroidism: https://bit.ly/3t70yHo See ALL of my specialized supplements including protein powders, thyroid supplements, and weight loss products here: https://www.restartmed.com/shop/ Want more from my blog? I have more than 400+ well-researched blog posts on thyroid management, hormone balancing, weight loss, and more. See all blog posts here: https://www.restartmed.com/blog/ Prefer to listen via podcast? Download all of my podcast episodes here: https://apple.co/3kNYTCS Disclaimer: Dr. Westin Childs received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic medicine in 2013. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Childs is no longer practicing medicine and does not hold an active medical license so he can focus on helping people through videos, blog posts, research, and supplement formulation. To read more about why he is no longer licensed please see this page: https://www.restartmed.com/what-happe... This video is for general informational, educational, and entertainment purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Childs and you. You should not make any changes to your medications or health regimens without first consulting a physician. If you have any questions please consult with your current primary care provider. Restart Medical LLC and Dr. Westin Childs are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis, or any other information, services, or product you obtain through this website or video. #thyroid #hypothyroidism #hashimoto's
On this week's episode of The Girlfriend Doctor Show, we had a very special conversation with Dr. Margaret Floyd Barry. Margaret is a functional nutritionist, author, and co-owner of Restorative Wellness Solutions. But more than that, she is a master communicator, and she details how she got started on her journey in the world of functional nutrition. As someone who has studied hormonal health for quite some time, she shares her story of how she got introduced to the world of functional medicine through battling her own autoimmune disease when she was in her twenties and then again in her diagnosis during her 2nd pregnancy. Margaret emphasizes that diversity always rules, so there's not going to be a one-size-fits-all as far as cures for autoimmune diseases goes. Everybody's physiology is different and we truly need to find out what triggers are causing the most disruption in our microbiome. Margaret also details how one should start in the gut when starting their road to curing the thyroid and other hormonal disruptions. Margaret is truly a knowledgeable doctor and the jewels she drops in this episode are some you do not want to miss, so make sure to tune in! KEY TAKEAWAYS [8:25] How Margaret became involved in her journey with functional nutrition [21:11] Identifying the triggers for autoimmune disease [24:55] Digestive process is one of the most moments in our physiology [27:05] The difference between hypothyroid and hyperthyroid [32:00] Margaret got her own autoimmune diagnosis when she was pregnant with her second daughter HOW TO CONNECT WITH OUR GUEST https://restorativewellnesssolutions.com/ https://eatnakedkitchen.com/ IG: @restorativewellnesssolutions IG: @margaretfloydbarry MEMORABLE QUOTES “Diversity rules… from the stock portfolio, to you garden, to your gut, diversity rules. And this idea that one paradigm, one way of eating, can support diversity, it's just not possible.” “I followed her advice, I took all the supplements (I didn't have a clue what any of it was doing), I changed my diet profoundly, and within three weeks, every spot of that eczema was gone and it has never come back.” “Identifying what is constantly engaging that immune system and removing those things systematically. And ill tell you where you always want to start, and that's in the gut.” “The vast majority of the immune system lives in and around the gut. Even if you're that rare person with no digestive symptoms, that doesn't mean that your digestion functioning perfectly.” “If you think about it, our digestion tract, basically one big long tube, is still the outside of the body in many ways. I sort of describe ourselves as one very complicated donut, and the giant hole in the middle is our digestive tube.” “With thyroid, thyroid regulates metabolism and many other things… a hypothyroid means an under-functioning thyroid; that means you do not have enough thyroid hormones to do the things it needs to do.” “A hyperthyroid means it's up-regulated, so too much hormone… it can get life-threatening quickly because it can increase heart and blood pressure and things like that.” “It was quite a moment because I specialized in Hashimoto's, worked with a lot of women who wanted to conceive… so this was my land and here I was pregnant, getting the diagnosis during a pregnancy, which is unusual because autoimmune sort of goes into remission during pregnancy.”
Having an underachieve thyroid condition doesn't mean you'll be stuck over-weight and over-tired your whole life. Dr. Emily Kiberd is a chiropractor and movement instructor who helps women who struggle with thyroid issues to lose weight and feel better. In fact, Emily herself has been diagnosed with Hashimoto's and incredibly, has put it into remission! With a personal thyroid success story, Emily leads the way for other women with thyroid conditions to stop the chronic cardio and build muscle, learn to properly fuel themselves, get proper rest, and reframe the mindsets that are holding them back. Healthy and fit with Hashimoto's is within reach for you. Connect with Emily: @dremilykiberd, dremilykiberd.com, Join Emily's Thyroid Strong Masterclass
Permeable blood brain barrier and gut barrier connected to inflammation and autoimmunity diseases is enough to make anyone's head spin.Dealing with these health conditions can be frightening and endless. Your body's reaction to proteins and your immune response can be highly frustrating when you're being instructed to follow “protocols” and standards of treatment.If you or someone you love has felt betrayed living a standard healthy lifestyle only to fall prey to gut issues, autoimmune disease and declining cognition, you're not alone.Dr. Datis Kharrazian is a world-renowned functional medicine health care provider. He specializes in managing chronic diseases, autoimmunity and neurological problems. He treats his patients with non-pharmaceuticals, and is in extremely high demand from patients and other healthcare professionals wanting to learn his clinical models.In this episode, Dr. Kharrazian is addressing the flaw with medical treatments that over standardize what people are experiencing and the causes. He's explaining why giving blanket treatments and protocols can cause patients far worse health conditions than where they started.Check out Dr. Kharrazian's book, Why Isn't My Brain Working: https://amzn.to/3wvDplt SHOW NOTES:0:00 | Introduction to Datis Kharrazian0:37 | Do You Have Leaky Brain?4:15 | The Problem with Gluten16:48 | How Autoimmune Disease Happens25:37 | Avoid These Foods32:22 | Prevent Brain Disease39:57 | Do This To Stay Healthy51:10 | Push Neurological LimitsQUOTES:“The same inflammatory oxidative stress mechanisms that break down the gut barrier can also break down the blood brain barrier.” [2:20]“We're all at risk for developing autoimmune disease, and the rates of autoimmune disease now exceed cancer and cardiovascular disease combined.” [20:33]“The more diverse your gut bacteria microbiome is, the more immune regulation you have, the greater tolerance you have, and things like exercise improves gut microbiome diversity.” [32:00]“I do not have a protocol. I think protocols are inefficient.” [42:09]“Stress when it's controlled and it's past a person's abilities, can be devastating to the brain.” [46:35]“Whatever you can't do, you do! That's a simple concept of neurological rehab.” [52:24]“The brain needs stimulation, the brain needs glucose, the brain needs oxygen, that's what it has to have to thrive.” [57:10]Follow Datis Kharazian: Website: https://drknews.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgTTDpIy3DrhmKiP22BOEyQ Twitter: https://twitter.com/drkharrazian Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/datiskharrazian/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/datiskharrazianpage/ Podcast: https://drknews.com/podcasts/
This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, Thrive Market, and InsideTracker.In today's episode, I've compiled questions submitted by my social media audience from some of my most popular Masterclass episodes. I am joined by my good friend and podcast host, Dhru Purohit, to discuss a range of topics related to autoimmune disease, optimizing your sleep, and inflammation. Dhru Purohit is a podcast host, serial entrepreneur, and investor in the health and wellness industry. His podcast, The Dhru Purohit Podcast, is a top 50 global health podcast with over 30 million unique downloads. His interviews focus on the inner workings of the brain and the body and feature the brightest minds in wellness, medicine, and mindset.This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health, Thrive Market, and InsideTracker. Rupa Health is a place where Functional Medicine practitioners can access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests from over 20 labs like DUTCH, Vibrant America, Genova, and Great Plains. Check out a free, live demo with a Q&A or create an account a RupaHealth.com. Thrive Market is an online, membership-based grocery store that makes eating well convenient and more affordable. Join Thrive Market today to receive an extra 40% off your first order and a free gift worth over $50 at thrivemarket.com/hyman. InsideTracker is a personalized health and wellness platform like no other. Right now they're offering my community 20% off at insidetracker.com/drhyman. In this episode, we discuss (audio version / Apple Subscriber version):The main Functional Medicine approach to treating autoimmune disease (4:15 / 00:43)Hashimoto's disease and thyroid testing (8:59 / 5:59) Is there a connection between autoimmune issues and allergies? (21:01 / 15:58)Where to start to heal autoimmune disease (26:32 / 21:30) Top three mistakes people make in dealing with autoimmune disease (28:34 / 23:36) Do you need to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day? (33:44 / 28:43)Supplements and sleep aids (40:55 / 35:58)Do grains affect inflammation? (43:43 / 38:48) The biggest driver of chronic inflammation (46:11 / 41:20) Can inflammation be driven by genetics? (47:42 / 42:41)Mentioned in this episode:How a Doctor Cured Her Autoimmune Disease with Functional Medicine Reversing Multiple Sclerosis and Autoimmune Disease with Functional MedicineThe UltraThyroid SolutionDr. Hyman's Sleep Master ClassIFM's Find A Practitioner Tool See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.