Unfortunately most people with thyroid disease are wrongly diagnosed. Discover the types of thyroid disease and the wide array of treatment options.
Did you know many thyroid patients report that it took them many years and multiple visits to a doctor to get a proper diagnosis? Why is this? Most likely, it’s because many thyroid symptoms are vague and there is some debate among practitioners about “normal” vs “optimal” lab rates. Did You Know There are Hundreds… Continue reading The Symptoms of Thyroid Disease/ Dysfunction
With approximately ¼ of the female population experiencing thyroid disease or dysfunction, we have to ask ourselves “what’s going on??” Some of the root causes include...
The arrival of Spring is always a welcome one for me. Especially in the past few years. It’s always arrived both literally and as a metaphor for seasons in life. When I was in college I went to a retreat that was themed on the seasons a reflective of seasons in life. My winter is… Continue reading On the Arrival of Spring
Shrove Tuesday used to be one of my favorite days. The past few years it’s been a difficult day for me. My dietary restrictions and mold/chemical issues mean no Shrove Tuesday at church eating pancakes with friends. It was always a favorite day full of so many fun memories. This year I was already having… Continue reading Welcoming Lent in the Dark- My Experience Temporarily Loosing My Sight
Welcome back to our thyroid disease series. Last time, we looked at what the thyroid is and some of its functions within our bodies. Today let’s talk a bit about thyroid lab work and the process for getting a proper diagnosis. Many patients with thyroid disease report that it took them 5+ doctors to *finally*… Continue reading Thyroid Lab Work- Why your doctor probably won’t order the right labs & what to ask for instead
More than 1/4 of females in the United States have thyroid disease, experts this it's much higher. A knowledge of thyroid health and function is essential...
Isn’t it funny how our life experiences make our vernacular change? When I first entered the Weston A Price & Paleo food world I learned all kinds of new words. Then again as I began the foray into minimalism and tiny living. Even more new words have come as I study holistic medicine. I hope… Continue reading What is a Mold or Chemical “Hit” & How I Recover
“How working Moms can lose the guilt, work smarter, and thrive.” I read this subtitle on the book Stretched Too Thin by Jessica N. Turner and thought “cute, another book that’s claiming to help me in my journey but is going to end up making me feel even worse.” Is it only me? Or do… Continue reading Stretched too Thin Book Review
“All we need to do is get through this next right thing.” If I had $1 for every time I’ve said that over the last few years. Our lives have been such a journey of ups and downs. I know everyone has their struggles, I feel like we’ve had more than our fair share.… Continue reading The One Sentence That Changed It All For Me