Health News

Here at Hashimoto's Healing we spend a lot of time reading research and health news and figuring out how this information may impact people with Hashimoto's and hypothyroidism.

This is important because many of the systems of the body can be impacted by Hashimoto's and you have to take that into consideration when you think about trying some new medication or supplement(s).

A perfect example of this is herbs that stimulate the immune system. While they are generally recommended for increasing immune function or protecting you from colds or flus, they can be a really bad idea idea if you have autoimmunity.

And the reason is simple, they can stimulate the part of the immune system that is attacking your thyroid. This is just one example, in this section we cover topics like these.

Hashimoto’s and the COVID-19 Vaccine
COVID-19 VACCINE Hey, people! I’ve been getting a boat load of questions about the Covid-19 vaccines. As with all things[...]
Health News: New Study on Sweet Beverages and Diabetes Risk
This week we are looking into the earth element which involves the spleen and pancreas and how this relates to[...]
New Study Shows the Variability of TSH and T4 Data
A new study published in the Journal of Thyroid Research explores the difference between the theory of T4 (thyroxine) and[...]
How the Kidneys Are Impacted by Hashimoto’s
We've had a few posts covering the adrenals this week. In this one, I talk about how they can affect[...]
New Study Finds Household Dust Contains Thyroid Disruptors
A new study from the Journal Chemical Research in Toxicology has released some interesting research on how household dust may[...]
Thyroid News: High fT4 May Increase Risk of SCD (Sudden Cardiac Death)
Hey people! In the last few days there's been lots of news coverage of the influence of thyroid hormone and[...]
Using Meditation to Heal Hashimoto’s
The impact of stress on the body has been well documented. Research has shown that stress has direct impacts on[...]
Are There Hashimoto’s “Types”?
In this first post of this series we will examine different Hashimoto's types and explore the possibility of different types[...]
5 Clinical Pearls from This Last Year
Every year, as we celebrate our anniversary I like to reflect back on what we've learned from working together over[...]
New Foreword by Dr. Datis Kharrazian, DHSc, DC, MS
This month we are celebrating our 3rd Anniversary of launching Hashimoto's Healing. I can't believe it's been 3 years! I've[...]
Heal Your Adrenals Using the A.P.A.R.T. System
Adapted from Chapter Seventeen of How to Heal Hashimoto's: An Integrative Road Map to Remission, published by Hay House.  In this post, I[...]
The A.P.A.R.T. System
This post is an excerpt from my book, How to Heal Hashimoto's: An Integrative Roadmap to Remission. One of the things[...]
Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) and Hashimoto’s
Hashimoto's is the most common autoimmune disease of the thyroid and if affects millions of people globally. The most common[...]
The Herpes Virus and Hashimoto’s
                The herpes virus is an unstoppable biological machine Like most health conditions, Hashimoto's has no single cause. It is[...]
Reflections on the Thyroid Mastermind 2015
This last weekend, I had the honor and the privilege to be invited to a mastermind in Boulder Colorado that[...]
Turkish Hashimoto’s Support Group Q & A
Hey people! I was asked by a Turkish Hashimoto's support group to answer some questions. They had a lot[...]
Hashimoto’s and A Woman’s Cycle
Hashimoto's affects so many different systems of the body. One of the main reasons is that thyroid hormone affects so[...]
Hashimoto’s Awareness: New Non-Profit
Hashimoto's Awareness: Founded by 2 Hashimoto's Patients Pearl Thomas and Fabienne Heymans have both worked with me to get their[...]
Top 3 Clinical Pearls From This Last Year
Hey, people! Wow! Another year has flown by. We're celebrating the second anniversary of launching our website and Facebook group.[...]
Hashimoto’s and SIBO Treatment (Part 2 of 2)
In our previous post, we took a look at the relationship between Hashimoto's and SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth), if[...]