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Can Following a Thyroid Diet Help Heal Hashimoto’s?

The immune system plays an essential role in our overall wellness and influences virtually every system in the body. As such, immune disorders, such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, have the potential of causing widespread bodily dysfunction. Conventional treatment of Hashimoto’s typically …

Is Fluoride a Threat to Your Thyroid Health?

Fluoride is a naturally occurring substance that has a long history of use in the United States. You may already have some familiarity with fluoride as the chemical has become a regular inclusion in the water supply of many communities …

Is Chemical Sensitivity Contributing to Your Thyroid Dysfunction?

We are exposed to potentially harmful chemicals and toxic substances on a daily basis. The workplace, public spaces, and even the home harbor numerous substances that can have a negative impact on wellness. Healthy individuals typically have a robust enough …

“The End of Chronic Fatigue” – Book Review

Many people feel like they are trapped in a cycle of constant stress, relentless brain fog, and seemingly endless fatigue. Unfortunately, a large percentage of those suffering from these and other long-term symptoms are unaware that a chronic disorder may …

Support Thyroid Research by Sharing Your Hypothyroid Story

Hypothyroidism is a condition affecting many individuals. The American Thyroid Association estimates that nearly 20 million Americans have some degree of thyroid dysfunction and that over 12 percent of the Unites States population will develop a thyroid condition at some …

Glutathione and Autoimmune Thyroid Disease

Originally Posted April 2013Updated May 2019 Our bodies work very hard to maintain “immune tolerance.” Even as our immune cells are developing, they are learning how to differentiate between things that are part of our own body, like proteins, cells …

Easy and Inexpensive Ways for Thyroid Patients to Go Gluten-Free

Guest post from Mary Shomon For many hypothyroid patients, going gluten free is a smart dietary decision. Reducing — or better yet, altogether eliminating — gluten may help reduce inflammation, prevent digestive discomfort, and promote weight loss. Learn more about …

Thyroid Disease on Social Media

Social media has become a significant part of life for many people. Beyond connecting and reconnecting with family and friends, social media can be used to help you learn more about thyroid disease, spread awareness, and find support. Thyroid Pages …

3 Ways Thyroid Disease Affects Women’s Health

Originally Posted May 2017Updated May 2019 The month of May contains both Mother’s Day and Women’s Health Week, both of which give us the opportunity to examine the influence of a frequently overlooked component of women’s health; the thyroid. This …

20 Signs That You Need a New Thyroid Doctor

Guest Post from Mary Shomon Locating an effective and knowledgeable thyroid doctor can seem like an unending quest. Many practitioners have a severe lack of understanding regarding thyroid health and proper treatment of it. Many times we stick with a …