Hashimoto's Got You Worn Out? Make Sure You're Doing These 4 Things

Hashimoto's thyroiditis is a condition where the immune system attacks the thyroid gland, leading to decreased thyroid hormone production. This can cause a variety of symptoms such as brain fog, weight gain, fatigue, loss of motivation and difficulty concentrating. While there is no cure for Hashimoto's thyroiditis, there are several ways to support the immune... More

Naturally Managing Symptoms of Hashimoto's Part 1

Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis is one of the conditions that I most frequently see clients for. Simply explained, it is an autoimmune disorder caused by the immune system attacking healthy tissues. The immune-system cells can actually lead to the death of the thyroid's hormone-producing cells and it usually results in a decline in hormone production over the... More

Seasonal Allergies, Diet, and Gut Health - It's All Connected

Most of us know that gut health and food allergies are closely linked. But what about gut health and seasonal and environmental allergies? Recent research suggests that there is a connection between gut health and seasonal allergies and I’ve seen it proven time and time again with the clients I’ve worked with.The gut microbiome is... More

4 Hidden Reasons of Chronic Fatigue That Your Doctor Probably Isn't Checking For

Chronic fatigue is one of the toughest and most frustrating symptoms to deal with. Unlike other symptoms which are unique to certain conditions, fatigue can be caused by many things. From nutrient deficiency to excess inflammation to poor diet to lack of sleep, the options never end. If you find yourself exhausted, tired, and constantly fatigued,... More

7 Ways Hypothyroidism Affects Your Gut Health

Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis is an autoimmune condition that affects the thyroid, resulting in inflammation and an inability to produce thyroid hormones. This lack of thyroid hormones, known as hypothyroidism, can cause a number of health concerns - including gut health issues.If you suffer from Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, you’re likely already aware of the gut health issues associated... More

Let's Talk About Protein

Protein, protein, protein. It’s always been a hot topic in any conversation about diet, nutrition, exercise, and health. Some people say to eat more of it, some say to eat less of it. Some say to eat it from animal sources, some say plant based only. Some say to religiously track it, some say to... More

5 Common Myths About Gut Health

Today I want to tackle 5 Common Myths that I often hear when it comes to gut health. These misconceptions are important to discuss because it can drastically change your perspective, and in turn, your treatment plan. Let’s dive in! “Eating dairy yogurt is good for your gut.” I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard this.... More

Breakouts, Adult Acne, Hives, Psoriasis, and Eczema - Finding Relief Once and For All

Why is my skin breaking out? How do I cure persistent psoriasis? How can I get rid of adult acne? Why do I have hives? And how can I clear up hives? These are common questions that I am often asked by clients. Skin problems hit close to home for me because it’s something that I... More

3 Changes To Make Weight Loss Effortless

Welcome to the new year! A fresh calendar start always seems to trigger goal setting and resolution making. In years past, weight loss seemed to be one of the primary topics of these resolutions. People often set new goals to get on a diet, lose a few inches off the waistline, or reduce pounds on the... More

Overlooked Symptoms, Undiagnosed Conditions, and What to do When Labs Are Normal but You Feel Terrible

“Is it possible to have symptoms of Hashimotos but normal TSH levels?” “I feel like I have an autoimmune disorder but my Thyroid lab work came back normal. What’s going on?” “Could I have an undiagnosed autoimmune disorder?” These are questions I’ve heard time and time again from clients I have worked with. Could it be that common symptoms... More
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