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Thrive with Hashimoto’s

Follow your host, Dr. Emily Kiberd, Chiropractor and movement expert as she interviews thyroid health and functional medicine industry leaders on their simple and effective strategies to live a healthy, empowered life with Hashimoto’s.


Gain perspective from Dr. Emily Kiberd and fitness pro’s on how to to train safer, smarter and get stronger without the burn out. Level up your workouts to beat fatigue and finally lose the stubborn weight.


Understanding your body is key to rehabilitating after a Hashimoto’s related injury. Our guests discuss techniques from all over the world to heal faster and get back to what you love living with Hashimoto’s!

Functional Medicine

We ask the top functional medicine specialists about the root causes and triggers for Hashimoto’s and how to best get long-term results.

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Healthy Oral Microbiome and Hashimoto’s with Trina Felber

Healthy Oral Microbiome and Hashimoto’s with Trina Felber

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.

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How to optimize your sleep with Hashimoto’s w/ Dr Emily Kiberd

How to optimize your sleep with Hashimoto’s w/ Dr Emily Kiberd

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.

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