The current global pandemic surrounding the novel coronavirus has encouraged a lot of thought about how we handle disease spread, the way cities function, and has generally changed almost every aspect of our day-to-day lives.
I recently got a really great question about the use of ginger for cooking, and what relationship ginger shares with your thyroid overall. If you were ever curious or concerned about whether or not you should be cooking with ginger, this discussion is for you.
Have you ever been told that you need more iodine? Have you heard that it’s important, but you’re not quite sure why? The tricky thing about iodine is that it is so specific. Most of the time you may be getting far more than you could ever need.
Are you concerned about mold in your home? For today’s discussion, I want to key in on the link between mold, autoimmunity, and your thyroid. Let’s discuss what we know about mold, how it relates to your overall thyroid health, and some of the most safe and effective strategies to […]
How is it possible that you could be on thyroid medication, and yet it just doesn’t seem to be working? Today, I want to share with you 19 potential reasons why your thyroid medications won’t work, and what you can do about it.
Today, let’s talk all about turmeric. Did you know there has been a lot of new data coming out about it?
Iodine brings with it a whole host of questions: How much iodine is safe per day? Should hypothyroid patients take iodine? What’s the role of iodine in pregnancy? And, why in the world is iodine controversial? The funny thing is that it’s not. Except for within natural medicine. In today’s […]
Have you ever considered using jade eggs for pelvic floor physical therapy? Does a vaginal steaming sound like an effective way to cleanse your reproductive organs? Too many women are struggling with symptoms that they don’t know what to do with, and with all of the noise from the internet and celebrity endorsements, it can be hard to separate medical truth from wishful thinking.
There’s no doubt about it: losing your hair is incredibly personal, and it can be devastating to your self-esteem. For our discussion today, I want to dive deep into the subject of hair loss, the causes of hair loss, and what you can do to help it get better.
Today, I want to share with you a quick run-through of the history of thyroid disease and thyroid treatments. That’s because I think it’s always helpful to know why we have the various conundrums, debates, and conflicts we have in medicine.