Why You May Be Risking Your Health
Without You Even Realizing It
If you’re a woman with Hashimoto’s who dreams of feeling energized and like you’re in your 20s again. Then you face one major obstacle that keeps that dream out of your reach.
But before I reveal all, let me ask you a question…
If you’re struggling to feel energized with Hashimoto’s and have no idea where to turn to next, which of these apply to you?
“I don’t have time”
It feels like you’re trudging through mud. Everything takes 10x longer than it should. And your patience is wearing thin. With your family, job, and a social life…how can you fit anything else in?
“I’m too tired to exercise”
No matter how much coffee you chug, you’re desperate for a nap by 2 pm. And no amount of “win the morning, win the day” mantras will snap you out of your crushing fatigue.
“I’ve tried everything, it doesn’t work for me”
No matter what workout you try, everything leaves you feeling burnt out, bed bound for days or injured. And honestly, you feel like you’ll never lose the weight you’ve gained.
“I can’t exercise with Hashimoto’s”
Your exercise routine is nothing more than walking, chasing the kids, or doing nothing… because exerting more energy leaves you in pain, injured or burnt out. And if you hear “just put on your running shoes and do some cardio” one more time… you might just snap.
“I don’t have motivation to do anything”
You’ve tried everything and nothing works for you. It feels like there’s no point even trying.
If any of these statements sound familiar,
that’s because you’ve been fed BS about your Hashimoto’s for years. Things like…
You’ll never lose weight with Hashimoto’s
You should accept that you’ll always struggle with this disease
You have to obsessively do cardio to ditch the pounds
You will never be strong and healthy
Hi, I’m Dr. Emily. And I know exactly how you feel.
In this photo of me with my son Elvis, I’m smiling.
But I couldn’t have been in more pain.
I was at the darkest depths of Hashimoto’s — having constant flare-ups and totally exhausted.
The couch was my best friend. I was working out, but the weight just wouldn’t come off. Then I started gaining more weight. I felt like I was barely holding it together.
But doctors claimed my symptoms were the result of being a first-time mom.
I suffered for 18 months, and it was too long.
But you don’t have to.
Eventually I discovered I had Hashimoto’s.
Instead of letting my diagnosis define me (and give me the excuses I wanted), I was determined to ditch the ‘poor me’ mentality, find a solution, feel healthy and get strong AF.
Today, my Hashimoto’s is in remission.
My TSH is within an optimal range. My blood tests have not shown thyroid antibodies. And, for years, my lab work has shown a clean bill of health.
Now let’s get one thing clear: I am not special.
I didn’t pay for expensive specialists or high-end technology resources.
I followed a simple roadmap to guide my workouts.
I lifted weights. And I did the work.
Over 14 years as a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine, I’ve used this same approach to help 1000s of women thrive with Hashimoto’s. Overcome crippling fatigue, pain, and injury. And get back to feeling like themselves again.
And I know if we can do it, you can do it.
I want you to know that you are seen. You are heard. And there is hope. And most importantly, you can get strong AF without injuring yourself.
I’m sharing the exact methods I used to feel strong and confident without the fear of set-backs, injury or feeling reduced to my diagnosis…
You’ll get them all in my 6-week course Thyroid Strong, created specifically for women with Hashimoto’s.
Quite simply, you can feel like you did before your diagnosis.
Or, dare I say it, before you had kids.
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Imagine how it would feel to take control of your Hashimoto’s and get results like these
“Dr Emily Kiberd makes wonderful modifications. I have Hashimotos and Rheumatoid arthritis and have some limited mobility in my elbow and have knee pain. I feel stronger and never thought I’d be swinging or deadlifting kettlebells. I was skeptical at first cause I really love cycling, barre and Pilates. But felt like I was always wired after or felt horrible for days. This has been the perfect balance for me.”
“I feel so grateful that I found Emily and this program. Before starting this program, I felt physically so weak and desperate because I tried to do what everyone suggested and what was most familiar to me, like yoga and long walks, but everything left me feeling weaker. I was a bit worried that Thyroid Strong would be too much for me and I’d end up at bottom again as I had never lifted weights before, but I started to feel stronger! I kept my muscle! I had more energy! I felt sooo happy, relieved and actually hopeful that I can have a strong functional body again. I love working with Emily because she is easy going, welcoming, inclusive and open. I don’t feel an ounce of judgement, instead I feel she offers nothing but support, understanding and hope.”
“Before Thyroid Strong, I had three different personal trainers during a 6 year period. I was looking for help to break a plateau in weight loss. I heard Dr. Emily Kiberd on a podcast and I thought this may be what I need. I drew a line in the sand and said that the Thyroid Strong program will be the last program that I will buy. At first I thought, ‘This is too easy’ but a day after the workout I could feel like I really worked my muscles well. I’d recommend this to anyone with thyroid issues!”
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“What sets Emily apart is her drive for greatness! It oozes from her pores. She walks the walk and talks the talk. She lives and breathes movement.
Sometimes when we assess patients, she can see things that no one else sees. It’s amazing to see her figure out the source of pain with a clear plan of attack.”