My Autoimmune Journey: Beating Hashimoto’s Disease

In February 2020, I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s Disease.  I have learned that the disease is now in remission, so I wanted to share a bit about my journey. I want to encourage you to regularly see your doctor(s) whether you have been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease or not.  Early detection is key with this disease as all other diseases.  Pay attention to how you feel and if you are having any symptoms that are out of the norm. The symptom could be something minor, or the sign of some bigger issue. Don’t let anyone dismiss your symptoms as being something you are imagining.
In this episode I discuss:

What is an autoimmune disease?
Some of the most common autoimmune diseases.
What is Hashimoto’s Disease?
Common Symptoms of Hashimoto’s Disease.
Possible causes of Hashimoto’s Disease?
Foods to avoid.
What I did to manage my disease and put it into remission.

Mentioned in this episode:
The Wahls Protocol: A Radical New Way to Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions Using Paleo Principles by Terri Wahls, MD
Ancient Remedies: Secrets to Healing with Herbs, Essential Oils, CBD, and the Most Powerful Natural Medicine in History by Dr. Josh Axe
The Thyroid Reset Diet: Reverse Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Symptoms with a Proven Iodine-Balancing Plan by Dr. Alan Christianson 

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