“If you suffer from Hashimoto’s, this is an incredibly actionable book that will help you get your life back!”
— Mickey Trescott, NTP, author of The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook and The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook
Here’s the simple truth about Hashimoto’s: It’s way more than a thyroid problem. And even though it’s an autoimmune disease, it’s also way more than an immune system problem. Over time, it progressively becomes a body-wide disorder.
Most people are familiar with the common hypothyroid symptoms of fatigue, brain fog, weight gain, sensitivity to cold, hair loss, and constipation. But what many people don’t seem to understand is that many Hashimoto’s patients also have anxiety and depression, acid reflux, blood sugar imbalances like hypoglycemia and insulin resistance, intestinal permeability, anemia, food intolerances, and much more.
This is not coincidence. It is all caused by repeated patterns of one system of the body breaking down and bringing other systems down with it. This causes vicious cycles that lead to the breakdown of the gut, the brain, the adrenals, the stomach, the gall bladder, the liver and every other major organ in the body.
How to Heal Hashimoto’s offers a practical, easy-to-follow approach that treats the whole body, by figuring out what is breaking down and then developing a plan for fixing it. Using an autoimmune diet, lifestyle changes like meditation and qi gong, and other natural interventions, Marc Ryan shows you how to transform these vicious cycles into positive healing momentum—thereby allowing the body to return to balance.
Get ready to take charge of your health and reclaim your life!
Argues that Hashimoto's autoimmune thyroiditis is caused by repeated patterns of one system in the body breaking down and negatively affecting the other systems, and presents a plan for treating the disease that includes both diet and lifestyle changes.
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