How a High-Cholesterol Diet Can Help Save Your Thyroid (and Protect Against Diabetes)

By | September 7th, 2016|Hypothyroidism, Nutrition|7 Comments

You can learn a lot about healthy eating from watching old movies.

Let me explain…

Last weekend I was watching an old movie with my son. It was a movie I used to watch when I was his age.

In walks the dad, briefcase in hand, dressed in a suit, and ready for work.

He pours some orange juice […]

5 Essential (But Unexpected) Thyroid Lessons Learned After 10 Years With Clients

By | September 2nd, 2016|Hypothyroidism|1 Comment

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 10 years.

But instead of reminiscing about the past, I’ll get right to it.

At first, I planned to write about some of the biggest advancements in thyroid diet and thyroid treatment over the past 10 years.

It makes sense because that’s why I started this website and the Hypothyroidism Revolution.

That’s […]

3-Step Thyroid-Depression Protocol: How One Little Step Ends Depression in 24.7% of Patients in 9.6 Weeks

By | August 25th, 2016|Hypothyroidism|7 Comments

Her name was Mary.

She suffered from severe hypothyroidism and depression.

During our first consultation, she told me her heart-breaking story of how both were ruining her life, in so many ways.

Of her long list of thyroid symptoms, depression was one of the most debilitating.

She was being treated for her depression with an SSRI (selective serotonin re-uptake […]

How to Use the Thyroid Pulse Test and the “Magic” Number to Aim For

By | August 4th, 2016|Hypothyroidism|8 Comments

Has this ever happened to you?

Your phone rings and it’s the receptionist from your doctor’s office. Your thyroid labs results are in and your doctor wants to go over them.

Fast forward a few days and you’re sitting with your doctor anticipating the results.

Then you hear those words…

“Great news! Everything came back normal, so there’s nothing […]

Hypothyroidism and Anxiety: How to Free Yourself from the Fear and Worry

By | July 29th, 2016|Hypothyroidism|23 Comments

I’ll start this post with a warning…

The topic of hypothyroidism and anxiety is beyond complex. Trying to consume everything at once would be like trying to drink from a fire-hose.  Instead, this post will be divided into parts as we peel back the many layers of anxiety and show you how you can overcome it.

Before […]

Is This the End of the Low-Carb Diet for Weight Loss?

By | July 20th, 2016|Hypothyroidism, Nutrition|14 Comments

Have you ever tried, or thought about trying, a low-carb diet for weight loss?

Well, you might want to think again…

…because according to new research, low-carb and ketogenic diets are in big trouble.

Today, doctors and nutritionists everywhere are recommending these dangerous diets more than ever before.

And this only continues to add to the misinformation and thyroid […]

Healthy 4th of July Diet Survival Tips

By | July 1st, 2016|Healthy Recipes, Nutrition|17 Comments

On Monday, here in the United States, we celebrate the 4th of July, which for most people means a day off of work to relax, have fun, and enjoy time with family and friends.

While many of us enjoy the opportunity to let go of the mental stress of work and everyday life, we quickly forget […]

Ignoring Your Sugar Cravings May Be Dangerous to Your Thyroid

By | June 22nd, 2016|Hypothyroidism|9 Comments

Have you ever been really thirsty?

Maybe you’ve spent the day outside in the hot summer sun.

Or, maybe you’ve been drenched in sweat after physical activity.

Nobody questions a sign of thirst as a potentially harmful craving or addiction.

Thirst is simply a sign from your body that you need more water.

And because water is considered “healthy”, you […]

7 Amazingly Delicious Thyroid Healing Recipes

By | June 16th, 2016|Healthy Recipes, Hypothyroidism|24 Comments

Recommending the best thyroid recipes isn’t always easy.

Most people today are wrongly led to believe that a healthy diet is simply a matter of eating healthy foods and avoiding unhealthy ones.

But that’s just not the case.

Take water for example…

Everyone knows that we need water to live, and that water is healthy.

But too much water can […]

How to End Insomnia and Wake Up Refreshed with Hypothyroidism [2nd Edition]

By | June 8th, 2016|Hypothyroidism|57 Comments


Waking up and actually feeling refreshed.

Feeling like you’re ready to start your day.

But for many hypothyroidism sufferers, the reality is more like this…


And more and more research is coming to light today showing just how important sleep is…

Including a more recent study showing how irregular […]