Healing Hashimoto's: A Savvy Patient's Guide



[Reading] ➷ Healing Hashimoto's: A Savvy Patient's Guide Author Alan Christianson – E17streets4all.co.uk The most common type of thyroid disease is hypothyroidism and in the modern world, the most common cause of hypothyroidism is Hashimoto s Thyroiditis Medical treatment guidelines focus only on thyroid The most common type of A Savvy MOBI ñ thyroid disease is hypothyroidism and in the modern world, the most common cause of hypothyroidism is Hashimoto s Thyroiditis Medical treatment guidelines focus only on thyroid hormone replacement Mind you this is with precious little finesse in dosing and very few medication options Hashimoto s Thyroiditis is a complex interaction Healing Hashimoto's: ePUB Æ of genes, environmental toxins, nutrients, the immune function and other hormones Consequently, many patients need correction in a unique combination of these areas to really feel their best The purpose of this book is to serve the savvy, educated patient who is questing to regain their optimal health For those of you who have done the Hashimoto's: A Savvy eBook ✓ basic steps and still are not at your best, this is for you.Healing Hashimoto's: A Savvy Patient's Guide

Dr Alan Christianson, NMD, is A Savvy MOBI ñ a naturopathic medical doctor who specializes in natural endocrinology with a focus on thyroid disorders He founded Integrative Health, a physician group dedicated to helping people with thyroid disease and weight loss resistance regain their health.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 168 pages
  • Healing Hashimoto's: A Savvy Patient's Guide
  • Alan Christianson
  • English
  • 06 March 2019

10 thoughts on “Healing Hashimoto's: A Savvy Patient's Guide

  1. says:

    I found the information very helpful in navigating this autoimmune disease However, the numerous grammatical errors were physically painful.

  2. says:

    Conversational and Straight to the PointDr Christianson gave a lot of information I had not known before, and I really liked the format of the content outline at the beginning of the chapter and the action summary at the end.

  3. says:

    In the opening paragraph, Dr Christianson says this is the conversation he d have with you if you were sitting next to him on a long airplane ride and you told him you had Hashimoto s That s pretty much how the book reads it s well organized, but very conversational there are even some grammatical errors and typos, but in a way it lends a kind of charm to the book, since it s meant to be casual I m a naturopath myself and still picked up quite a few clinical pearls from the book Would de In the opening paragraph, Dr Christianson says this is the conversation he d have with you if you were sitting next to him on a long airplane ride and you told him you had Hashimoto s That s pretty much how the book reads it s well organized, but very conversational there are even some grammatical errors and typos, but in a way it lends a kind of charm to the book, since it s meant to be casual I m a naturopath myself and still picked up quite a few clinical pearls from the book Would definitely recommend it to a patient who has thyroid problems of any kind, but especially Hashimoto s

  4. says:

    Mostly, it was an informative book Although I ve read most things previously, I did like the format of the book as the author states in the beginning, Like I m sitting next to you on a plane, discussing these things Lots of grammatical errors and typos though 4 things he discusses in the book which I find controversial, Christianson says 1.Reverse T3 isn t important2.Don t take iodine3.Gluten isn t an issue4.Magnesium Citrate is good form of MgI ve read contradicting ideas of those he stat Mostly, it was an informative book Although I ve read most things previously, I did like the format of the book as the author states in the beginning, Like I m sitting next to you on a plane, discussing these things Lots of grammatical errors and typos though 4 things he discusses in the book which I find controversial, Christianson says 1.Reverse T3 isn t important2.Don t take iodine3.Gluten isn t an issue4.Magnesium Citrate is good form of MgI ve read contradicting ideas of those he states Guess I ll just keep reading and experimenting until I get it right what works for me

  5. says:

    Quite informative and distributed for free on the author s website Too short to be a thorough explanation but nicely brief for an introduction.

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