Hashimoto’s, Hypothyroidism And Adrenal Fatigue: Preventing Flare-Ups

If you have Hashimoto’s, hypothyroidism then most likely your doctor has told you that it’s an irreversible chronic disease.

You probably also have hypothyroidism, as well as Hashimoto’s and adrenal fatigue, you probably know about the ups and downs that come with them.

Hashimoto’s or Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, affects 14 million people in the United States alone, making it the most common thyroid disorder in America.

The American Thyroid Association has reported that one in eight women in the United States is affected by a thyroid disorder at some point during their lifetime.(1)

Personally I have long time experience dealing with Hashimoto’s, hypothyroidism and other associated health problems like adrenal fatigue and gut dysbiosis as well.

In today’s video, I wanted to share with you 3 very important aspects of preventing Hashimoto’s, hypothyroidism flare-ups that can occur for a number of reasons.

1: Your body is your temple

It’s really important to understand that with Hashimoto’s you are not going to be able to simply lower your antibodies and then go straight back to your old diet and lifestyle thinking everything will be just fine.

The truth is that with Hashimoto’s it is a chronic disease and something that you will have to manage for the rest of your life.

Suffering from adrenal fatigue can be a big issue for many with Hashimoto’s, hypothyroidism, or just hypothyroidism by itself and this means you have to prioritize yourself.

You will need to prioritize your own space and personal boundaries so you keep yourself in a place where your health does not suffer.

This means knowing when to relax and not push yourself too hard and saying no to things that may cause you to become too stressed or fatigued.

As adrenal fatigue can be a big issue for many ladies who suffer from Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism it’s very important to know your boundaries and stick to them.

2: Upgrade your diet

There are so many choices out there when it comes to diet and it can be overwhelming when trying to decide what Hashimoto’s thyroiditis diet might be the best for you personally.

From my own personal experience with Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism and from working with the many clients that I have, it’s important to understand that there are certain trigger foods that can cause Hashimoto’s flare-ups and so elevate thyroid antibodies.

These trigger foods can be different for each individual but certain well-known trigger foods include gluten and corn.

Removing animal products and moving to a whole plant foods diet is what I found personally to be the very best option and this is what I recommend to my clients who have also benefitted greatly from choosing a low-fat whole plant foods diet and eliminating certain trigger foods.

I talk about it in my video today:

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