Category: Autoimmune Disease

Is My Thyroid Disease Causing My High Cholesterol?

Every cell in your body has receptors that bind with and respond to the hormones released by the thyroid gland. Thyroid hormones even play a role in your ability to metabolize lipids (fats), and any issues with part of your endocrine system may result in hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol). Below we will review thyroid function, explain […]

The Leaky Gut-Autoimmune Disease Connection

If you’ve been reading my recent blog posts, you’ve probably figured out that the gut is involved in EVERYTHING.  If the gut isn’t doing it’s job, the homeostasis of your entire body will be off. To review, a leaky gut is an intestinal permeability syndrome where the gut lining is damaged.  With leaky gut, food […]

Autoimmune Disease Diet: An Anti-inflammatory Approach

Anti-inflammatory diets have been around for a long time and have recently gained some popularity. Many people start an anti-inflammatory diet approach to cool inflammation related to joint pain or conditions such as arthritis. However, there is a huge benefit to an anti-inflammatory diet approach for autoimmune disease which is why I want to share this […]

The Top 9 Foods For Hashimoto’s

Top 9 Foods for Hashimoto's

Food plays an integral role in our overall health, including the health of our thyroid. In this article, I am going to talk about the top 9 foods you should be eating if you have Hashimoto’s. These foods support the thyroid, nourish the body, and don’t trigger inflammation. A huge part of getting into remission […]

The Best Hashimoto Diet

Hashimoto's diet

Diet plays an integral role in every aspect of health, so it only makes sense that there is a specific diet for Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Specific dietary strategies can greatly reduce symptoms, and even possibly eliminate the need for medications. Food is just one of the things we can take control of. It’s up to us […]

The Top 5 Hashimoto Symptoms

Hashimoto's signs

  Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is the most common form of inflammation of the thyroid and affects about 14 million Americans in the United States (1). Hashimoto’s symptoms are also often overlooked which is just one reason why it’s crucial to know the symptoms of this condition so that it can be addressed. The symptoms linked to […]