There are lots of things that affect our health everyday in both positive and negative ways. It is important when you have thyroid problems to pay particular attention to your health and well being so that you can remain healthy. Sometimes it seems kind of, well, crappy that those of us with thyroid issues and particularly autoimmune thyroid issues have to be extra careful with our very sensitive selves. You know, it is what it is right?Read More
Thoughts on food, supplements, and health — by Stephanie Ewals
If you have hypothyroidism or Hashimoto’s you probably have had some experience with brain fog. It is one of those things that make you think you might be a little crazy sometimes. Do you ever ask yourself, “What is wrong with me? Why can’t I remember anything?”.Read More
Bloating and gas are common for a lot of people, not just folks with Hashimoto’s. They are related to what you eat and how you eat it.
The most common causes of bloating are overeating, eating too fast and eating certain kinds of foods.
Stuffing yourself will overwhelm your digestive system and slow things down. This can cause your dinner to sit there fermenting in your stomach and then even more so through your intestines.Read More
Thyroid problems affect around 27 million people in the United States. It is possible that you can have problems with your thyroid even if your doctor has tested you and the results came out “normal”. Your thyroid is your body’s engine and it decides how fast or slow your internal systems work.Read More
This time of year can be rough on our bodies. We are spending, shopping, partying and eating a lot. This can be stressful and tax our immune system. The following is a pretty simple list of things to do that will help you take care of your body so it can take care of you.
Eating a nutrient dense whole foods diet is key to health and healthy immunity. You must also have adequate stomach acid to digest the food you are eating (including parasites, viruses and bacteria).Read More