Doctors are typically undereducated on Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism, and unaware of the vast amounts of research.
This means patients are on their own when it comes to understanding their condition and how to manage it.
But thousands do it successfully.
And so can you.
In my Hashimoto's course I guide you through the most comprehensive information available on what is causing your Hashimoto's ... and what to do about.
...so you can drive it into remission and get your life back.
I introduce you to the vast reservoirs of Hashimoto’s research and what it means for you personally.
I teach you how to identify your unique underlying mechanisms of Hashimoto’s — the same steps that I use with my patients.
My course is based on more than 20 years of experience working with thyroid patients throughout the U.S. and Europe, exhaustive review of the scientific research, and protocols I have innovated through trial and error.
I provide evidence-based models incorporating diet, nutrition, and lifestyle protocols to manage your autoimmunity and keep it in remission — protocols hard won through decades of working with tough patient cases.
I first began practicing functional medicine in the late 1990s.
My first book, Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms When my Lab Tests Are Normal?, changed the paradigm of thyroid care and autoimmunity.
It was the first book to introduce the concept of hypothyroidism as an autoimmune disease for most people — and what to do about it.
1. You’re at risk of developing other autoimmune diseases
Unmanaged Hashimoto’s means an out-of-control immune system. This significantly raises your risk of developing more than one autoimmune disease. (If you haven’t already!)
2. Brain inflammation and degeneration
An unmanaged thyroid condition is an unmanaged brain condition. Hashimoto’s inflames and degenerates the brain, raising your risk of neurodegenerative disorders.
3. Chronic inflammation all over your body
Not managing Hashimoto’s keeps the body perpetually inflamed. This inflames your brain, causes chronic pain, exhausts your immune system, and raises your risk for multiple chronic health disorders.
4. Multiple food and chemical sensitivities
Unchecked Hashimoto's causes multiple food and chemical sensitivities in many people.
5. Leaky gut
Leaky gut is frequently cited as a cause of Hashimoto's. But unmanaged Hashimoto's also causes leaky gut, not to mention constipation, gallbladder congestion, and other gut symptoms.
Our office has received thousands of emails over the years, almost all of them from women, who have not received a proper diagnosis or care in the standard health care model…
…only to discover they had an autoimmune disease and that solutions existed.
You have good instincts…you KNOW when something isn't right with your health!
I have found that my patients who educate themselves and take charge of their health have the best results in managing their Hashimoto’s.