Common Question… natural hormones

One common question we get over and over is what do we think about natural hormones, more specifically natural progesterone, which seems very appealing to some to you, so here are some facts to keep in mind. Hope they help you make a wise decision. According to our best knowledge and research… Natural progesterone is made from plant steroids that come from the wild yam. It is identical to the hormone produced by the ovaries and it has been found … Read More →


Your Questions Answered

A few days ago we talked about applied kinesiology and self testing as a way to determine which foods are most beneficial for you at a given moment and which are not. Since then we have received many emails from our readers asking us things such as how to do it and how to know for sure if the answer is correct so, here are a couple of ways you self test that are very easy to perform – and … Read More →


Your Questions Answered

A few days ago we talked about applied kinesiology and self testing as a way to determine which foods are most beneficial for you at a given moment and which are not. Since then we have received many emails from our readers asking us things such as how to do it and how to know for sure if the answer is correct so, here are a couple of ways you self test that are very easy to perform – and … Read More →


Clarifying your questions on controversial foods

Earlier this week we talked about some foods that are rich in vitamin C, a vitamin that is important not only because it helps to build a healthy immune system but also aids thyroid hormone production. We mentioned some examples of foods rich in vitamin C among them papaya, bell peppers, Brussel sprouts, broccoli and oranges. Some of you wrote back asking us to clarify if these foods were good or not for someone with low thyroid function because citrus … Read More →


Your Questions Answered

oday we’ll go over some questions we’ve got from our readers so let’s get rolling.. As a result of our communication on Acai berry many of you have asked if it is OK to have this fruit or an acai supplement when experiencing low thyroid function, including Hashimoto’s disease. Others have asked about the acai product mentioned at The Oprahs’ show. Well, to start with Acai berry is a fruit packed with nutrients and according to our research and best … Read More →


Food Misconception – Q&A Call this week

A couple of days ago a friend of mine came to see me and we got into a very interesting conversation about one of my favorite topics, guess what.. food. I told her about hemp seeds, which I told you not that long ago, and gave her some to try. She liked them but was concerned about the fat content and calories. She is dealing with low thyroid function and needs to shed some pounds but avoiding healthy foods such … Read More →


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