The 3 Essential Thyroid Diet Rules All Thyroid Suffers Should Follow (…But Don’t)

By | February 1st, 2017|Hypothyroidism, Nutrition|20 Comments

Your diet has a much bigger impact on your thyroid symptoms than you probably realize.

Sure…

Doctors are quick to tell you that changing your diet won’t make a bit of a difference.

Well, that’s what they are taught by the pharmaceutical companies anyways.

But it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to look at the research and see through […]

5 Simple Thyroid-Friendly Healthy Thanksgiving Tips for Turkey Day

By | November 23rd, 2016|Nutrition|12 Comments

Tomorrow, millions of people will come together with their family and friends to spend time with loved ones they oftentimes don’t see often enough, and give thanks for the important things in life.

Sometimes it can be difficult to be thankful for your health, especially when there are roadblocks like hypothyroidism and its many related diseases […]

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

By | September 7th, 2016|Hypothyroidism, Nutrition|9 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 […]

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

By | July 20th, 2016|Hypothyroidism, Nutrition|15 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 […]

The Worst Food for Your Thyroid (and Doctors Claim It’s “Essential” to Your Health)

By | June 2nd, 2016|Hypothyroidism, Nutrition|36 Comments

Are you eating the absolute worst food for your thyroid?

Whether you realize it or not, you most likely are.

In fact, 99% of people today, hypothyroid or not, are currently consuming this food (in one form or another) daily without realizing that they are sabotaging their own thyroid health.

Why?

For starters, it’s hidden in almost everything you […]

7 Thyroid Suppressive Foods to Avoid with Hypothyroidism

By | May 11th, 2016|Hypothyroidism, Nutrition|31 Comments

Do you really know which foods to avoid with hypothyroidism?

Well, few people get this right.

Why?

Because most people (and experts) look at food in completely the wrong way.

It’s easy to get caught up in the details and miss the bigger and more important picture.

This is why so many experts recommend foods that are believed to be […]

How to Overcome Dairy Intolerance Once and For All

By | January 21st, 2016|Hypothyroidism, Nutrition|83 Comments

This is Part 1 of a 3-part series on hypothyroidism and gut health:

How Your Ancestors Survived Without Thyroid Medication

By | January 12th, 2016|Hypothyroidism, Nutrition|32 Comments

Odds are that the idea of no longer depending on your thyroid medication has crossed your mind at one time or another.

Maybe even the idea of using something that you believe is “unnatural” makes you cringe a bit.

If our ancestors could survive without thyroid medication, then why can’t we?

Say no more…

I completely understand and have […]

The Cold & Flu Season Survival Guide

By | October 29th, 2015|Healthy Living, Nutrition, Supplements|7 Comments

It’s that time of year again… and I don’t know about you but I hate getting sick.

I remember getting sick frequently when I was younger, whether it was the flu or the strep throat that arrived on cue, twice a year every year.

In my early adult years I contracted the mono-virus which literally drained every […]