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Stop Inflaming Your Thyroid with These 4 Foods

“What should I eat now that I have this diagnosis?” This is a question I hear all the time, from people who are either dealing with hormone imbalances, thyroid disorders, or autoimmune diseases like Hashimoto’s. While there is no concrete answer to this question (and believe me, I wish there were!), I want to empower you to make the best choices you can make for your body and your health. Let me first say that food is a personal thing. What works for one person may not work for someone else. The best advice I can give is that you listen to your body. This involves finding what makes you feel good and getting rid of the things that don’t!

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How to Say Goodbye to Unwanted Sugar Cravings

Do you have trouble saying no to that second (or third, or fourth) cup of coffee every day? Or how about that vending machine, or breakroom at work…can you walk by without indulging in a sugary midday pick-me-up? I’ve been there. I would keep reaching for more chips and salsa, more coffee, or more chocolate; anything that would satisfy that unrelenting craving. Sugar is virtually unavoidable in our culture. It often hides behind cryptic, unrecognizable names (anhydrous dextrose, anybody?), and lurks in almost every pre-packaged, processed food in the grocery store. What’s scary is how seriously addicted we are to this substance that wreaks havoc on our bodies!

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#194: Three Simple Ways to End Emotional Eating with Tricia Nelson

Have you been struggling to avoid eating the whole house during quarantine? This is a crazy time filled with lots of stress for so many of us, which can result in emotional eating. Tricia Nelson is my go-to expert when it comes to emotional and addictive eating, and is here today to help you recognize your food triggers so that you can create boundaries when it comes to being stuck at home with your refrigerator.

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