1. Take A Snap Shot Of Your Adrenal/Thyroid Health

          If you are interested in knowing whether or not you have or are headed toward “adrenal fatigue”, take your body temperature and pulse in the morning, before you get out of bed. There is a real trend in the world of health and healing to get sucked down this rabbit hole of lab testing and supplement protocols... Read More

  2. Adrenal Fatigue = Chronic Blood Sugar Imbalance

    Chronic imbalances in your blood sugar result in Adrenal Fatigue (AF). What causes blood sugar imbalances? Chasing your tail from one day to the next Missing meals Over exercising Under exercising Low calories diets and finally, Low carbohydrate diets How does this happen? Your body requires fuel to burn, and when it does not have fuel (ie. low blood sugar)... Read More

  3. 8 Ways To Successfully Navigate Eating Out

    Not being able to eat out is one of the biggest fears people have when they consider shifting over to a healthier lifestyle. In our opinion, eating out IS healthy. If you love food the way we love food, eating out is exciting, its new and its a great time to be with family and friends. In other words, it... Read More

  4. 5 Things You Need To Know About Coffee

    To coffee or not to coffee?…a question we receive often. Bottom line:  It all depends on how well you are able to regulate your blood sugar. Most people with hypothyroidism have a very difficult time regulating blood glucose levels as a result of chronically low glycogen reserves stored in the liver (an adaptive stress response).  In cases such as this,... Read More

  5. Cholesterol and Hypothyroidism

    We have known for over a hundred years that hypothyroidism causes heart disease, not cholesterol. Cholesterol is simply an innocent bystander. In fact, cholesterol is just trying to do what it is intended to do, protect you! Our goal here today is not to dwell on all the fear-based tactics the medical and pharmaceutical industry take to lead you down... Read More

  6. Roasted Root Vegetables For Your Thyroid

    Ingredients: 2 lbs. of your favorite assorted root vegetables, peeled and cut into 1 inch pieces (the more uniform the cut, the more even cooking) 1 large red  onion, peeled and diced 1/3 coconut oil, melted Several sprigs of fresh thyme Pure sea salt and ground white pepper 2 Tbsp. of butter 2 Tbsp. of raw honey or maple syrup... Read More

  7. 5 Reasons Creating Healthy Habits Fail

    As we step into another new year it felt like an appropriate time to explore some of the reasons humans struggle with creating healthy habits. After 15 years of working with people to create change/health you begin to identify common human behaviors responsible for the path to failure. No judgment…this shit is just as challenging for me as it is... Read More

  8. How To Lose Weight With Hypothyroidism

    How to lose weight with hypothyroidism. It is not often you ask someone what their #1 health goal is and they respond, “To increase my cellular energy production and heal my thyroid” No. For 99.9% of the population, you ask them this question 9x out of 10 they are going to respond with “My #1 health goal would be to... Read More

  9. Sleep and Hypothyroidism

    Taken from: http://nickelridge.ca/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Cortisol-Circadian-Rhythm.png The inability to sleep can be a direct affect of being hypothyroid.  Whether its trouble getting to sleep or the inability to stay asleep – sleep is one of the most common issues people struggle with daily. It can also be one of the easiest to fix and alone can yield you the greatest amount of positive... Read More

  10. Hypothyroidism and Leaky Gut

    Hypothyroidism and Leaky Gut Ever heard the saying, “heal your gut, heal your health?” Theoretically, it would make sense. Your digestive function is your only access to nourishing foods and because the food you eat is designed to be the fuel for your body, having a healthy, functioning digestive system is imperative to healthy thyroid function and  good health. But... Read More