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Hashimotos Disease

A 7-Step 'Seamlys' Approach to Healing My Auto-Immune Disease

Karri Jinkins | Posted 07.21.2015 | Healthy Living
Karri Jinkins

At 37, after suffering two unexplained ectopic pregnancies, weight gain and extreme exhaustion I discovered I have Hashimoto's disease, an inflammator...

What Causes Thyroid Disease?

Alan Christianson | Posted 06.22.2015 | Healthy Living
Alan Christianson

One of the most useful reasons for understanding why you have thyroid disease is this: By knowing how it happened, the steps that will help you feel better become more apparent.

Heal Your DNA With Your T and A

Alan Christianson | Posted 06.30.2015 | Healthy Living
Alan Christianson

Part 1 of 3 No, not the T and A of the B movies -- this is about your thyroid and adrenals. You hear so much about DNA and genes determining your hea...

3 Things That Wreck Your Hormones

Alan Christianson | Posted 05.12.2015 | Healthy Living
Alan Christianson

There is an important distinction between taking thyroid hormones with Hashimoto's disease and taking them when hormones are lacking due to age and stress. In these latter cases, getting more hormones from another source may not be the main solution.

The Mystery Diseases You Need To Watch Out For

Posted 06.18.2014 | OWN

It's not "nothing," it's not a cold, and you've ruled out stress, exhaustion and a crappy diet. Here are some other possibilities to consider. By C...

Quitting Sugar For A Sweeter Life

Laura Cococcia | Posted 07.30.2013 | Healthy Living
Laura Cococcia

It's not that difficult to think of sugar as a habit, or even a minor pleasurable addiction. Anyone who has ever craved a chocolate cake -- or, in the case of me as I write this, a blueberry smoothie -- knows that the craving of sugar can be highly irritating.

Speaking the Truth About Thyroid Disease: What Doctors Don't Tell You

Alanna Kaivalya | Posted 01.20.2013 | Healthy Living
Alanna Kaivalya

I've now successfully cured the supposedly incurable disease, and live happy and healthy with a fully functioning thyroid. More important and subtle to note, probably, is the fact that the groundwork has been laid within my body for it to express a different truth.

One Mistake We Make in the Doctor's Office That May Contribute to Increased Risk of Thyroid Cancer

Donna Gates | Posted 08.13.2012 | Healthy Living
Donna Gates

The medical community is divided as to whether or not a thyroid guard is necessary. But since studies show that thyroid cancer is related to radiation exposure, most patients are requesting the extra protection.