Archives for 2020

Thyroid Lab Testing Without Visiting The Lab

During this unprecedented time, our health and safety became our top priorities. But what do you do when now is the time to test or re-test your thyroid? Many labs have cut their opening hours or do COVID-19 testing only. You may be to scared or unable to go to the lab due to self-isolation or quarantine or need to visit your doctor first to get a referral. Here's the easiest way to get thyroid tested now. You can get your thyroid tested at a lab without actually going to the lab. You … [Read more...]

How To Exercise With Hypothyroidism When You Are Stacked At Home

Free Report: 3 Most Common Myths About Thyroid And Exercise Debunked Written by Dr. Tom Brimeyer is a Functional medicine practitioner and Thyroid Expert,  who recovered from hypothyroidism and helped thousands of people permanently overcome hypothyroidism. He is an Author of Hypothyroidism Revolution and Hypothyroidism Exercise Revolution programs Introduction This free report reveals 3 most common fitness myths that prevent people who have hypothyroidism from getting in a better physical … [Read more...]

5 Most Powerful Immune-Supporting Ingredients To Use

Many people who have autoimmune and/or thyroid disease contacted me and asked what is the best way to support their immune system right now and increase their resilience to viruses, bacteria and infections. I would like to share with you an important message I got from Dr. Roberson, MD medical doctor at BioTrust that you will find especially helpful if you’re thinking about using Vitamin C to support your immune system during these uncertain times. In a word, DON’T. (At least not by itself...) … [Read more...]

#1 Food To Stock Up On During Quarantine (in stock, ships to your door)

Thousands of events have been canceled; schools, restaurants, bars, and clubs have been closed; and transit systems are at a standstill. Borders have been closed down. And that doesn't even touch the state of grocery stores nationwide... shelves are empty, lines are out the doors with hours of waiting just to get INTO the store, and the little they do have is being rationed. Meat and quality protein sources? Almost non-existent. What Are Alternative Protein Sources? When a … [Read more...]

Are You Depressed? Here Is Why It Could Be Your Thyroid

Depression is the most common condition seen in general medical practice. About 10% of people experience depression over a lifetime. Studies show that up to 50% of patients with depression have a physical disorder that is either a direct cause of their depression or a major contributing factor. Successful treatment of the underlying medical condition can bring relief of depression most of the time. Despite this fact, if the medical history does not reveal any obvious cause of depression … [Read more...]

Sick, Scared And Desperate: A Personal Thyroid Story Of Recovery

I don't really talk about this very often, because it's pretty painful for me to revisit this time and think about it today... ...but in 2003 which is about 17 years ago now, I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism and autoimmune Hashimoto’s disease right after my second sinus surgery . Finally, there was an explanation to my weight gain, fatigue, lack of energy and slow recovery after the surgery. [Tweet "Sick, Scared And Desperate: A Personal #Thyroid Story of Recovery"] While this was … [Read more...]