Autoimmune Thyroiditis Hashimoto's Disease. 3d Illustration Showing Antibodies Attacking Thyroid

Learning to Live with Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

Learning to Live with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis Hashimoto's Thyroiditis is the leading cause of hypothyroidism. It's responsible for more than 90% of cases. If you've been diagnosed or think you may be at risk, there are medical treatments and lifestyle changes that can help you to manage underactive thyroid symptoms. Hashimoto's hypothyroidism develops when your immune ...
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Functional Medicine and Menopause

Menopause Support using Functional Medicine We all experience different transitions in life as we age. The onset of menopause in women is possibly one of the most noticeable of these changes because it can have a variety of effects on us, with some scarcely noting the change and others finding it quite challenging. Here, we ...
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Happy YOU Year! Leap into the New Year with real resolutions – and make them stick!

Happy YOU Year! How to leap into the New Year with real resolutions - and make them stick! On 1 January across the world, millions of us make lofty promises to ourselves. We'll get healthy, go to gym, drink less wine and eat more greens. We plan to be perfect. By February, most resolutions are ...
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Three Reasons to Go Easy on Gluten

3 Reasons to Go Easy on Gluten Gluten has been the topic of hot debate by a growing number of healthcare providers. The literature is overflowing with the detrimental impact gluten has on the intestinal wall.   Leaky Gut When you eat gluten, your body produces a molecule called zonulin. The increase in zonulin is linked ...
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Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) and Cholesterol

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) and Cholesterol Your body needs thyroid hormones to make cholesterol and to get rid of the cholesterol it doesn't need. When thyroid hormone levels are low (hypothyroidism), your body doesn't break down and remove LDL cholesterol as efficiently as usual. LDL cholesterol can then build up in your blood. Thyroid hormone ...
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Are You Suffering from Histamine Intolerance?

Are You Suffering from Histamine Intolerance? Histamine intolerance occurs when there is a buildup of histamine in the body. Many foods contain high histamine levels, and various health conditions and medications can contribute to an intolerance (See below for a list of common symptoms). Histamine is a chemical that sends messages to the brain, signals ...
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