Now Available – Save Your Brain: The Six-Week Rescue Plan
These could be signs you have poor brain health. Brain degeneration is a serious problem that goes largely unaddressed until it’s in the end stages and too late to rescue.
One of the first things we see that indicates brain degeneration is fatigue due to reading, driving, working, deep conversation with friends, or other activities that require you to use your brain.
Typically, brain degeneration is not caused by a single nutrient deficiency or corrected by taking an isolated supplement. Instead, you have to identify what part of your brain is degenerating.
Health care practitioners are not trained to identify early signs of brain degeneration. Patients are on their own when it comes to brain health and it’s up to you to learn what to do.
In Save Your Brain: The Six-Week Rescue Plan, I take you through the same steps I take my patients through. I show you how to identify symptoms of brain degeneration, how to change those symptoms, and then how to monitor your brain health.
For more info about Save Your Brain, or to register for the course, please GO HERE.
Introductory Video to Thyroid Book
Do you take thyroid hormones yet still suffer from symptoms? If so, join millions of Americans who, despite normal test results, suffer low thyroid symptoms because they are misdiagnosed or mismanaged.
Treating the thyroid is often ineffective. Find the real culprit, and why it doesn’t show up on a standard blood test.
If you are a health care practitioner and would like a more detailed, larger format of the thyroid book slide show, please contact us.
What your doctor hasn’t told you about hypothyroidism, and what you need to know
- For 90% of Americans, hypothyroidism is caused by Hashimoto’s, an autoimmune thyroid disease
- Thyroid replacements–Synthroid, Armour, Cytomel–may normalize TSH, but they do not manage the autoimmune disease symptoms
- You should avoid gluten strictly—studies link gluten intolerance with Hashimoto’s
- Pituitary function plays a role in underactive thyroid symptoms
- Adrenal function plays a role in underactive thyroid symptoms
- Thyroid hormone resistance, underconversion to T3, overconversion to T3, and other metabolic factors drive hypothyroidism symptoms