The Hashimoto’s diet is one one of the most discussed topics in the treatment of Hashimoto´s thyroiditis amongst patients seeking treatment for Autoimmune related Hypothyroid disease. And it makes sense – there is no activity that has a deeper impact on our physiology then our daily nutritional intake.
Hashimoto’s, emotions and stress is a big topic. Here is a short introductory article about how unresolved trauma and stress can totally derail your healing from Hashimoto’s autoimmune disease. At the end, I will point you to an incredible resource that might just be able to save your life. Hashimoto’s, Emotions and Stress: Could Trauma be […]
A detoxification bath is a great method to get high levels of magnesium into your system and to alkalize your system. Usually I get into this bath after the completion of a stressful project or when I feel slightly burned out. The best thing is, you will sleep like a baby if you do this […]
Are you looking for Hashimoto’s Diet tips? To get started on the Hashimoto’s diet can be daunting and confusing. My advice would be to upgrade your current cooking style with the tips from below. Cooking is a skill and it has underlying principles.
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In March 2012 I received my very own Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis Diagnosis. In this post I will share with you the 5 psychological and emotional developmental stages that I went through from denial of my own diagnosis all the way to empowering myself to get healthier, happier and wiser.
Hashimoto’s exercise intolerance is an issue for many patients suffering from Hashimoto’s. Mobility, endurance and strength go both hand in hand. Below is a great video from Ido Portal with a short sequence for you.
Hanging exercises are a great way to slowly build up your grip, shoulder and neck strength. I personally believe that many folks with Hashimoto’s have some issues in their cervical spine. I worked with a chiropractor to even out many issues in my neck. The exercise below has helped a lot as well.
Hakaru Hashimoto (橋本 策 Hashimoto Hakaru, May 5, 1881 – January 9, 1934) was a Japanese medical scientist of the Meiji and Taishō periods. He was born on May 5, 1881, in the village of Midau, Nishitsuge, in Mie Prefecture. He graduated from Kyushu University medical school in 1907.
Stacey Robbins is a truly gifted writer and healer. I became aware of Stacey Robbins work through a recommendation of Izabella Wentz. If Izabella’s book is about the deep functional medicine science behind getting Hashimoto’s into remission, Stacey’s book is about the deep art of healing the emotional side of it.