Food Intolerances: Causes, Symptoms, Treatments

Food intolerances, also called food sensitivities, have become one of the most prevalent issues people face these days, with a variety of gastrointestinal and skin problems which leave them feeling helpless and frustrated. Getting to the bottom of their issues and fixing their problems with food is crucial in order for them to heal and…

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World Thyroid Day

Every year, on May 25th, we celebrate World Thyroid Day and mark the importance of this amazing gland that’s governing our entire body. It’s not just a day to reflect and post Instagram photos, it’s a day to become more present, more mindful, and more observant of the signs your thyroid gland may be sending…

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Thyroid Healing Recipe

Ginger, Rhubarb, and Apple Galette with Yacon Syrup Rhubarb is in full swing at the moment, and there’s nothing better than using seasonal ingredients with powerful superfoods to boost your health with a plethora of incredible micronutrients.  This galette is bursting with thyroid-healing micronutrients and antioxidants from the ginger, yacon syrup, and rhubarb itself, which…

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Hair Loss and Thyroid Disorders

Thyroid disorders and diseases are connected to a large variety of symptoms that can range from changes in weight and energy levels to skin dryness and hair loss. And not everyone is affected the same or experiences the same symptoms. The thyroid gland and its connection to the pituitary gland and hypothalamus are the masters…

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Cranberry, Yacon & Ginger Cookies

Cookies are the ultimate dessert – they can be a satisfying snack, an after-dinner sweet tooth craving, or even a nutrient-rich breakfast. They just have to contain the right ingredients. Surprise your mom this Mother’s Day and let her indulge in these delicious superfood cookies. These cranberry, yacon, and ginger cookies are dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free,…

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How To Read Thyroid Test Results?

Reading thyroid test results can be daunting and overwhelming, especially if you’re told to wait for your doctor to review them. During that waiting time, you’re most likely anxiously heading to Google and typing in each line you see on your papers. And more often than not, this leads you down an even more anxious…

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