Having hypothryoidism can lead to nutrient deficiencies. When you are hypothyroid, your metabolism is slowed down. Your digestion is slowed down and so is nutrient extraction and absorption. This means your body can't get what it needs from the food you are eating. Having a hypothryroid can be frustrating but it doesn't have to take over your life. Below are some very important things to know about living with a hypothyroid and what you can do to live optimally, whatever that is for you.Read More
Thoughts on food, supplements, and health — by Stephanie Ewals
The regulation of our blood sugar is so important to our adrenal health. The two things really go hand in hand. If blood sugar regulation is not working well then you cannot achieve health. It is THAT important. Blood sugar dysregulation leads to oxidative stress. Basically what this means is that there is more free radical damage in our bodies because we don’t have enough anti oxidants to neutralize the free radicals created in our body.Read More
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
What is protein, how do you get it and why do you need it?
It is important for your health down to each cell that makes up your body to consume quality food including protein.
What is protein exactly?
Think of your body as a brick house. Proteins are the bricks that build your house. They are important to and essential for a healthy system.Read More