Hypothyroid and Hashimoto’s Disease: Solve Your Issue!

Thyroid diseases were actually very rare but they have reached epidemic numbers; that is a contradiction but not an obvious one.   The reason is that better than 90% of hypothyroid diseases start with an autoimmune disease called Hashimoto’s disease that attacks your thyroid. Why would an autoimmune disease such as Hashimoto’s attack your thyroid? Because your immune system stopped recognizing your thyroid as part of you and attacked it.

Basically, your thyroid is genetically weak and you are like everyone else you are toxic and possibly stressed from living in a toxic, polluted, and stressed world. Because of this your immune system becomes confused and attacks your weakest genetic link your thyroid. The result of this attack is your thyroid is unable to supply the hormones as it was designed to and so you have hypothyroid disease.

The Interesting Part Autoimmune Diseases

Autoimmune diseases are very interesting, there are approximately 80 to 100 at this time with another 40 waiting for a name.   Some of them such as Hashimoto’s have been with us for hundreds of years while many others are brand new yet medical science cannot explain why and has not found a cure for even one. You can trigger one of them just by having an auto accident, taking aspirin, medicine, and/or vaccines, starting a new exercise routine, or even stressing out says latest research.

Symptoms of Hypothyroid or Hashimoto’s Disease

Anemia, Brain fog, Chest pains, Cold intolerance plus cold hands and feet, Constipation, Depression, Difficulty recovering from infections, Dry skin, Early graying of hair, Exhaustion after exercise, Frequent colds and flu, Headaches and/or Migraines, Infertility and/or Miscarriage, Low basal temperature, Low libido, Muscle cramps Tender muscles, Hair loss, Restless leg syndrome, Cold weather exacerbation of symptoms, Severe PMS, Sleep disturbances, Slowed speech and ankle reflexes, Tender, Tired, aching muscles, Weak, brittle nails, Weight gain.


Symptoms of Hashimoto’s might also involve symptoms of hyperthyroidism in the early phase of the disease, then evolve into hypothyroidism.

Diet for Autoimmune and Thyroid Diseases

If you have discovered as I did when I received this information. If you need to make some changes, start easily with The Morning Drink. Add Whole Food Multivitamin Plus if you feel that you are deep in nutritional debt and want to get a good start on filling that nutritional hole you have. Make the drink every day and watch as your energy begins to come on.

Bring in a supplement like Onnit New Mood and increase your intake of raw fruit and vegetables. Add Premier Research Labs Digestase to your meals so you can get the enzyme levels up for better digestion. Buy organic whenever you can but do not stress over it. Make this a lifestyle change, not a diet.

Your body may not benefit from the old way you were eating but it was used to it so you will feel different after a meal. The more raw vegetables you add the less you will feel like there is a big lump in your stomach. That lumpy feeling will be replaced by a very pleasant serene feeling that you have eaten just enough, very nice.

Hypothyroid and The Herb Prof: A Healing Harmony

Let’s delve into the world of Hypothyroid, a health condition that affects many, and its unique synergy with our website, theherbprof.com.

Hypothyroid is a condition where the thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough thyroid hormones. But don’t fret! Nature has provided us with herbs that can help manage it. It’s like a soothing balm for your thyroid!

But how does this tie into theherbprof.com? Well, we’re all about sharing the wisdom of herbs. And Hypothyroid? It’s one of the health concerns we aim to address!

We’re a perfect pair, really. Theherbprof.com provides the platform, and Hypothyroid is one of the topics we cover. We highlight the herbs that can help manage it, and it brings a wealth of information to our readers.

So, when you’re exploring theherbprof.com, make sure to visit our Hypothyroid section. It’s a dynamic duo you won’t want to miss! And remember, laughter is the best medicine, but a little herbal knowledge might just be the perfect sidekick!


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