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Hashimoto´s Treatment, Functional Medicine and Biohacking with Matt Dippl BHSc

Why it is essential to fast in the morning to keep your Brain sharp while studying I recently have started a 6 month education program at the Wildner AG München in the area of web development, online marketing and web content creation. It´s totally detail orientated knowledge work with a drastic learning curve while being […] Read More


The 5 Stages of dealing with a Hashimoto´s Diagnosis In July 2012 I received my very own Hashimoto's Diagnosis. In this post I will share with you the 5 developmental stages that I went through from denial of my own diagnosis all the way to empowering myself to get healthier, happier and wiser.  Getting your […] Read More


Ido's squat routine I so love Ido's work... Everything he does is full of art, skill and mastery.  Make Mobility part of your Daily Life If you have problems with your hips, lower back, and spine the above sequence is one of the best things you can do daily for yourself to get back mobility, […] Read More


Another great video from Ido for you I personally think that it's very beneficial for folks with Hashimoto's to do some daily hanging exercises to improve their overall strength in the upper body. Are postural Imbalances a contributing factor for your impaired Thyroid Function? I got into these exercises due to the great reputation that […] Read More


Hakaru Hashimoto (橋本 策 Hashimoto Hakaru?, May 5, 1881 – January 9, 1934)[1][2] was a Japanese medical scientist of the Meiji and Taishō periods. Biography He was born on May 5, 1881, in the village of Midau, Nishitsuge, in Mie Prefecture.[3] He graduated from Kyushu University medical school in 1907. He then entered the First […] Read More