Diagnosed when she was 19 years old after years of “being watched” by her doctor for years prior to that, my guest blogger today has embraced the healing diet that I am about to begin this coming month: the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP). Anyone wishing to begin a healing diet for autoimmune disease can savor these guest stories …Continue reading "One Hundred Days with Hashimoto’s. Day 18: Our guest-Danielle, Diagnosed Young"
This came in the mail today: The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook. And I hugged it. I might have also squealed like a little girl. I am so excited! This gem is a gift to me from my husband and it is so perfect. It’s a healing manual, it’s nutritional guidance, it’s going to be my companion …Continue reading "One Hundred Days with Hashimoto’s. Day 17: Perfect Birthday Gift"
I’d reach for something, try to pick it up, and it would slip. Dropping things and incoordination or loss of balance became a daily occurrence. I need more rest, the baby has been keeping me up at night. It’s just that I need sleep. She was only a few months old, and convinced it was sleep-deprivation–and …Continue reading "One Hundred Days with Hashimoto’s. Day 16: The Disasters of Brain Fog"
Welcome back. We are continuing an interview with our guest, Claire Moffatt of Nutrient Dense Eating by Claire. Recently, she shared with me her journey to a diagnosis but today Claire tells how choices with food affect her symptoms and quality of life with this disease. Let’s get back to Part 2 with Claire from our conversation on …Continue reading "One Hundred Days with Hashimoto’s. Day 15: Claire’s our guest, for part two."
Please welcome my guest today, Claire Moffatt. Like others who have searched for answers over the course of many years, she tells a story you might find echoing your very own. She has always been interested in health and wellness, but after not feeling well for many years Claire was propelled to dive deeper with the Institute …Continue reading "One Hundred Days with Hashimoto’s. Day 14: Welcome, Claire! Her story."
Competition. For some of us this comes quite naturally. Take my eldest son, for example. He was the firstborn and fights to retain his title as the biggest, fastest or smartest. This is unnecessary, of course, as he’ll never lose that special privilege of being our oldest child, God bless him. Somehow, though, competition is embedded …Continue reading "One Hundred Days with Hashimoto’s. Day 9: You against you."