I get emails, DM's, Facebook messages every day about Hashimoto's, so today I share my insight and answers. Just remember I'm not a doctor, and I'm not giving medical advice, but I can share my own Hashi journey. But I have gone on the journey of changing my diet, and lifestyle factors including addressing root causes and changing how I work out.
Hypothyroidism and iron deficiency commonly occur together and make each other worse. Fixing it involves a lot more than just taking iron. Here’s why and how.
Steph Wilberding, is a kettlebell trainer, performer, and founder of Leading Lady Fitness. She joined Thyroid Strong after being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s and Ovulatory dysfunction in September 2021. She shares her favorite parts of the program and how even trainers need a trainer.
What if you had a clear way to achieve a goal that you're chasing down with Hashimoto's? Let's say it's losing 20 pounds or getting back to working out for your new year's resolution for 2023? Instead of focusing on the result, you focused on the action to get you there.
Hashimoto’s can intertwine with a leaky gut, bloating, and stomach issues. In this article, we cover how these are all linked and how to address the root causes so you can put Hashimoto's into remission and optimize your digestion.
Did you know waking up with bad breath is a sign that something is off in your gut and oral microbiome with Hashimoto’s? Good gut health and overall physical health begins in the mouth. It’s the gateway to our digestive tract but most of us are not doing what’s best for our oral health. Today’s guest on Thyroid Strong Podcast, Trina Feller, is helping revolutionize the way we support our oral biome by deconstructing commonly accepted practices that most of us women with Hashimoto’s do every single day.
Feeling tired but wired is super common with Hashimoto's. We push all day feeling fatigued, then when we finally get to lay down we can't fall asleep or stay asleep. I share my top 10 strategies to optimize your sleep with Hashimoto's. I share research on how being hypothyroid can lead to poor sleep quality and neuroinflammation leaving you feeling foggy-headed.