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Essentially You Podcast Blog Feature 76

#76: How To Eat For Hashimoto’s and Understanding Food Pharmacology with Izabella Wentz

A Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis diagnosis can feel like the weight of the world on your shoulders. Both today’s guest, Dr. Izabella Wentz, myself, and 35 million other American’s know what it is like to face this condition head-on. Luckily there are people like Dr. Izabella, who has taken her background in pharmacology and dedicated herself to the understanding the powerful role nutrition can play in healing and even reversing your Hashimoto’s symptoms.

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#44: What Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You About Your Thyroid with Dr. Becky Campbell

If you are looking for some clarity around supporting your thyroid health, and need help laying out a plan to heal yourself from the inside out, then you have come to the right place. Dr. Becky Campbell is an expert in supporting women just like you in their journey to rediscover thyroid health. Millions of women are misdiagnosed with thyroid dysfunction and misregulation, and these misdiagnoses are leading to many living with a treatable sickness.

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Essentially You Podcast 034: How To Fix Your Metabolism For Good with Dr. Alan Christianson

#34 How To Fix Your Metabolism For Good with Dr. Alan Christianson

Most of us are aware that our experience in life is conditional on how we feel and how well our bodies function and that food play a big role in that. However, it’s more than just good food vs bad food. Dr. Alan Christianson joins us to explain how your body is burning the fuel you give it so that you can become your most optimal functioning self through the food you eat.

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The Connection Between Declining Hormones and Depression

Depression is one of those not-so-pleasant symptoms of hormonal fluctuations that we don’t like to talk about.  Everyone is always telling us to think positive and look on the bright side. We’re worried that no one wants to hear how we really feel, so we put on our happy face and hide the fact that we’ve been struggling for some time now with feeling depressed, fatigued, overwhelmed, and we’ve lost interest in life.  You may be asking yourself, “How did I get here? Why do I feel so bad?” If you’re between the ages of 35-50 (or somewhere in that neighborhood) then your hormones are most likely to blame. Your reproductive hormones are fluctuating, and ultimately beginning to or finishing their decline to menopause. It can be a difficult time.  But it doesn’t have to be.

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