Wow… do the years just fly by! I can’t believe that it’s been over 10 years since I started the thyroidpharmacist.com blog in 2013, and now 2023 is almost over. 🙂
Around this time of year, I tend to be very introspective. I was visiting with my family and my mom commented about how quiet I have been… but I love this time of year… the end of the year is always a perfect opportunity to reflect, let go of the past, dream, and plan for the future.
For me, the New Year is always a great time to shed the old me, and start fresh!
As we head into New Year’s Eve, I wanted to send a quick note to wish you a happy and healthy New Year, as well as share a few updates!
I started the thyroidpharmacist.com website after getting myself into remission from Hashimoto’s back in 2013. I left my job as a public health pharmacist to focus on spreading the word on how to heal from Hashimoto’s full time later that year, and have been on an incredible journey, going from a conventionally trained pharmacist working in corporate, eating the Standard American Diet and dealing with exhaustion, anxiety, and daily pain, to someone that began following her own path.
I focused on root cause medicine to heal myself, and the passion for my own healing (plus the extra energy after I shed the fatigue), led me to create a whole host of innovative resources for others with Hashimoto’s!
2023 was probably the second or third most creative/productive year for me in the last decade, in terms of creating healing resources and just overall intensity (I’ll share more details below).
I compare it to two other big years in my journey as a healer:
- 2013 – When I got myself into remission from Hashimoto’s, published a book on how to do so, and started the thyroidpharmacist.com website to help others do the same. 🙂
- 2017 – This was by far the most productive year, when I released a book, a documentary, and created a supplement line all specifically to help people with Hashimoto’s. (I also got pregnant, despite thinking I wouldn’t be able to because of Hashimoto’s.)
When I reflect on 2013, when I first got into remission, I think a part of me was making up for the lost time I spent on the couch during most of my 20s, full of hopes and dreams, but too exhausted and brain-fogged to do anything towards achieving them.
By the time I had my son in 2018, I felt pretty accomplished, and also pretty tired of working 60 to 80 hours a week helping people heal, and leading a super-productive life… so I decided to cut back on working and innovating, to focus on my little boy. 🙂
My books, articles, supplements, and documentary were in the world for all to find and discover, so I cut back from media and publicity efforts for a few years while I enjoyed mama life.
However, I never stopped learning, and by the time my sweet thing started full-time preschool, I knew I was ready to start sharing what I learned to help more people heal!
I am excited to share that my fourth book, Adrenal Transformation Protocol: A 4-Week Plan to Release Stress Symptoms and Go from Surviving to Thriving, was released in April 2023!
It details a simple, actionable program to identify adrenal triggers, balance the stress response, and build resilience to prevent excess stress from overwhelming the adrenals in the future. The book is based on one of my programs, and I am so excited that it’s now out in the world helping people heal! It even made the Publisher’s Weekly bestseller list! If you are interested, you can order it here.
I also returned to my full-time media schedule to create an awareness campaign for Hashimoto’s and adrenal dysfunction for a few months. If you love podcasts, I’m excited to share that you can binge-listen to some of my podcast appearances here on Spotify!
In addition to releasing the Adrenal Transformation Protocol book (which was inspired by my own healing journey), I decided to update my popular program, the Root Cause Reset, with additional resources that I created after helping myself, my family members, and clients in the last few years. The new version includes a mold protocol, hundreds of recipes, an eBook on detox methods, and a new guide on what to do about specific toxins.
I also released a brand new program focused on gut health, as well as some more helpful articles this year. More on that later!
Over the past few years, I have shared that my little family and I have had some health challenges. Fortunately for my husband and our son, most of them resolved when we moved to sea level (see my post from December 2021), but moving states and homes was not an easy feat! We actually moved homes three times between 2020 and 2022, going from Boulder, Colorado to Los Angeles, California, and finally settling in Austin, Texas. I miss so many things about Colorado and California, but am embracing life as a Texan. I am hoping to feel more settled in 2024. 🙂
These days, in addition to helping others with their health, I am working on my own health, as I have been experiencing some new inflammation and weight gain!
My health was in a pretty good place at the end of 2022, but then my preschooler ended up catching 10 different bugs in his Texas preschool, and I became exhausted and depleted from the night-time caregiving… and ended up getting sick myself right after Christmas, even getting shingles after a dental appointment! Eek! Fortunately, I discovered that reishi worked like a charm for this.
I also caught a case of strep throat in January of 2023, which made my teeth hurt SO much (one of the teeth that had a crown looked swollen) and caused me to lose 10 pounds. Both my son and I needed amoxicillin, but I also needed a TON of ibuprofen for the pain, and I have focused on restoring our gut health since with lots of probiotics, S. Boulardii, and leaky gut support.
I bounced back quickly and was excited to be on a media tour for my new book, but something strange happened to my mood and energy in May… and that’s when I discovered we had an issue with the toilet leaking in the bedroom where we sleep!
My husband ripped out the baseboards in the bathroom and sure enough, they were moldy! We cleaned out the bathroom, and I repeated my Root Cause Reset protocol, did a few sauna sessions, and was back to myself very quickly.
But alas, I started waking up with throbbing pain in my mouth, and I learned that the same tooth that seemed swollen during January was infected at the root, and I ended up with a root canal. So I had to have anesthesia, more ibuprofen, and more antibiotics! All of this activity caused me to do a lot of research into treating and preventing common illnesses. This helped me to find antidotes for common medications (like ibuprofen and antibiotics) and inspired me to make major updates in my medicine cabinet. (I wrote a blog post and developed a free eBook for you about this – you can find the download link in the post.)
I also made this Instagram reel about how to put yourself back together quickly after a flare-up, did my first summit interview in over six years (the topic was mold), and decided to share a comprehensive mold protocol in the updated version of the Root Cause Reset.
I am wrapping up some projects in early 2024 and I am carving out more time for myself and my own healing. I will focus on anti-aging, fertility, perimenopause, breast health, natural beauty, and definitely teeth.
I probably need to remove the root canal, and I will keep searching for protocols for remineralizing my teeth after pregnancy, nursing, and all that coffee (I have been researching protocols for this for a few years now, but have not found them).
Furthermore, I hope to get back into the gym and into yoga and Pilates after a baby/pandemic/moving-too-much hiatus!
On a bright note, my hair, skin, and nails are doing great, and I still have lots of energy.
I am happy to report that I still am tolerating dairy without any ill effects on my body, so I’m hoping to get back to my work on reversing food sensitivities, and will definitely be sharing more!
I am also committed to continuing to work on balancing my nervous system in order to be a better parent and partner. As always, I love to share the things that work for me and for my clients, and will be sharing more in the future.
In case you missed some of my recent healing resources, I’d love to highlight a few that have made a big difference in people’s lives, to give you another opportunity to learn and heal.
New Articles in 2023
- Histamine and Hashimoto’s: You may know of histamine as a chemical that is associated with things like seasonal allergies… but histamine is nothing to sneeze at! It’s actually released during all kinds of hypersensitivity and inflammatory reactions. Many of my readers report symptoms of histamine intolerance, which occurs when there is essentially an overload of histamine in the body (more than we can break down). Increased histamine in the brain inhibits the release of serotonin, which can affect our mood and lead to depression, anxiety, disrupted sleep, chronic pain, dysregulated appetite, and even constipation. People think that a low-histamine diet is the solution, but I have found that clearing specific infections and using one simple supplement can balance histamine levels!
- How do Adaptogenic Herbs Benefit Hashimoto’s?: 90 percent of my clients report some level of stress and/or adrenal dysfunction, and I believe they can both trigger Hashimoto’s. Various adaptogens can help with bringing about resolution from symptoms like fatigue, brain fog, anxiety, and mood issues. Adaptogens may also be anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and supportive of a healthy immune function. This article offers a comprehensive overview of some of the most popular adaptogens and what they help.
- Does Adrenal Fatigue Exist?: When I first started my healing journey from Hashimoto’s, I immediately found some solutions that helped me feel better, such as going dairy and gluten free. But I still had symptoms like fatigue, brain fog, and anxiety. Some integrative professionals mentioned the term “adrenal fatigue” to me. I looked up the condition on Dr. Google, only to find medical professionals talking about how it doesn’t exist. In this article, I discuss what’s behind the controversy, and share my own approach to reducing adrenal dysfunction, which is centered around sending our bodies safety signals.
- The Mitochondria, Adrenal, and Thyroid Connection: Many of us face a never-ending presence of stressful situations that can lead to the constant activation of the stress response, and lead to adrenal dysfunction. Our bodies are well-equipped to respond to acute stressors (like being chased by a bear or getting out of the way of an oncoming car), where we experience an activation of the fight-or-flight response, followed by a return to the rest-and-digest state. But with enough chronic stress, the HPA axis becomes overwhelmed and desensitized to the usual feedback loop, and stops sending messages to the adrenals to produce more hormones or less hormones, no matter what’s happening. In this article, I discuss the intricate connection between the health of our mitochondria, our thyroid function, and adrenal dysfunction. I also offer some solutions that can help you reduce symptoms like stress, anxiety, and sleep problems, as well as build resilience to stress.
- 14 Safety Signals for Adrenal Healing: I believe that adrenal, immune, and thyroid issues develop as an adaptive mechanism to protect us in times of perceived danger. These conditions help us survive, but in order to feel our best and thrive, we need to figure out what is setting off the danger signals so we can turn them off and make our bodies understand that they’re safe. If you have adrenal dysfunction, you can help balance your hormones and help your body heal by choosing actions and behaviors that help your body feel safe. In this article, I discuss 14 safety signals that can promote feelings of calm and help you feel more balanced.
- Low-Dose Naltrexone and Hashimoto’s: Have you heard of low-dose naltrexone, or LDN? Since the beginning of my Hashimoto’s journey, this medication has been on my radar as an intervention for Hashimoto’s. Since I’ve seen it dramatically change people’s lives, I thought I’d share some more information on it, including what it is, where to find it, how to take it, how it can help with Hashimoto’s, and potential side effects to be aware of.
- Mechanisms to Reduce Thyroid Antibodies: In Part 1 of this article, How to Reduce Thyroid Antibodies, I discussed why thyroid antibodies are so important as an early warning for Hashimoto’s, what their significance is in Hashimoto’s, how to test for them, and how to properly monitor them. I wrote the second part of this article to continue that discussion and dig deeper into mechanisms that can cause antibodies to rise. This article features 35 (of the 100+) strategies I’ve identified with my clients over the last few years for lowering antibodies.
- Lasers for Thyroid Tissue Regeneration: Have you heard of using low level laser therapy (LLLT) for thyroid health? Lasers that emit LLLT have been shown to regenerate various tissues when the therapy is applied directly over an organ. LLLT can increase circulation in the thyroid gland and increase thyroid hormone levels. Additionally, LLLT is painless, non-invasive, low-cost, and carries a low risk, as it does not use ionizing radiation. I revised this article in 2023 to share some of the newer research behind laser therapies, discuss the different types and health benefits, and share some of my favorite red light therapy devices that you can use at home.
- Finding Your Root Cause: Key Lab Tests: I receive so many questions from my readers about which labs to get for Hashimoto’s and where to get them, and I get it… figuring out which tests you should do can be overwhelming! I wrote this article to help you determine which lab tests will be most helpful for uncovering your triggers. In it, I recommend some critical tests for finding the root cause(s) of your Hashimoto’s condition, including tests for thyroid health, nutritional deficiencies, adrenal and gut health, infections, and genetic root causes.
- Did Your Thyroid Condition Start or Worsen During Perimenopause?: Female hormones are thought to play a role in the development of autoimmune thyroid conditions. Thyroid issues often start around perimenopause when hormones tend to fluctuate, estrogen becomes dominant, and progesterone can be low, leading to symptoms like fatigue, weight gain, hair loss, and brain fog. I wrote this article to help people understand the thyroid-perimenopause connection, and to help women who are facing hormone-related symptoms feel better. In it, I talk about the symptoms of low progesterone, strategies to raise progesterone levels naturally, and how to use topical progesterone to balance hormones.
- What to Keep in Your Integrative Medicine Cabinet: I love finding alternatives to conventional products that have less harmful ingredients and fewer side effects. I wanted to share an article (and eBook) which acts as a comprehensive guide to some of the best natural (or safer) medicine products out there. These are staples that nearly everyone can use, to replace or accompany your existing medicine cabinet. In this article, I share a ton of natural solutions for everyday ailments, how to use each supplement, recommended dosages for each supplement, and precautions to be aware of.
- Got Acid Reflux? And Hashimoto’s?: I’ve seen a strong connection between acid reflux and Hashimoto’s, and the two share many similar possible root causes, including food sensitivities, gut infections, and nutrient depletions. After learning that dairy and gluten were major triggers for my own acid reflux, I started to research to help understand why OTC medications are often not the best choice, and what natural products and lifestyle changes can be effective. This article discusses the root causes of acid reflux, why those with Hashimoto’s are susceptible to reflux, and root cause approaches to reversing it.
- How Balancing Iron Levels Can Help Your Thyroid: Iron is an important nutrient for thyroid health, yet it is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies seen in people with Hashimoto’s. Hair loss and lack of energy are common symptoms of both anemia (a type of iron/ferritin deficiency) and Hashimoto’s. Iron deficiencies, infections, low stomach acid, hormone imbalances, and vitamin deficiencies – all common in Hashimoto’s – can be potential causes of anemia. This article will help restore your ferritin/iron levels using a root cause approach.
Helping others heal is truly my life’s purpose, and I am so grateful and proud of the work that my team and I are able to do to help you heal. Throughout 2023, I focused on releasing the most helpful courses I could create to help you take back your health. I am grateful that these programs have been a part of the healing journey of thousands of people with Hashimoto’s!
The Hashimoto’s Self-Management Program (est. 2014)
Over the last several years, this comprehensive program has had phenomenal outcomes, including the following:
- 97 percent improved their knowledge of Hashimoto’s
- 81 percent saw an improvement/resolution in depression
- 80 percent saw a reduction in stomach pain
- 75 percent saw a reduction in joint pain
- 74 percent saw an improvement in fatigue
- 73 percent saw a reduction in TSH
- 71 percent improved their acid reflux
You can check out the program here to learn more and enroll!
The Root Cause Reset (est. 2017)
I created the Root Cause Reset to help people shed thyroid symptoms in two weeks via a gentle, yet targeted liver support protocol that is focused on toxin avoidance, food, and supporting detox pathways. I am so proud of the consistent results this program gets after helping people feel better in just two weeks. 🙂 This 4-step process has helped thousands of people reduce symptoms. Here are some of the latest results:
- 82% reduced weight gain
- 80% experienced less fatigue
- 78% improved feelings of anxiety
- 78% reduced mental fog
- 77% improved feelings of depression
- 77% reduced joint pain
- 75% reduced feelings of nervousness
- 75% experienced less trouble sleeping
- 74% experienced less irritability
- 74% reduced palpitations
Initially, this program was offered in a live format twice per year, but because many of you wanted anytime access to the program, my team and I updated and revised the course to create a self-paced version. With that, I added additional guides to help, including a mold protocol, a guide for better sleep, a full-color cookbook, a sulfur protocol, and many others. You can learn more and even enroll in the Self-Paced Root Cause Reset here – I think it’s a great way to kick off the new year!
The Adrenal Transformation Program (est. 2020)
I am so proud of the participants of the program who had diligently followed it and had reported the following results (in just six weeks!):
- Brain fog – 92 percent improvement
- Fatigue – 89 percent improvement
- Forgetfulness – 89 percent improvement
- Anxiety – 86 percent improvement
- Irritability – 85 percent improvement
- Sleep – 81 percent improvement
I only had a chance to release the program once last year, and will release it again in Spring 2024. If you are interested in joining, you can sign up to receive a notification about it by filling out the form here.
Gut Recovery Program (est. 2023)
Another exciting bit of news from 2023 is that I launched the brand new Gut Recovery Program, which is focused on solving the root causes of intestinal permeability – I’m excited to let you know that it’s finally here! 🙂
I designed this course specifically to address the gut issues that I so often see with Hashimoto’s – symptoms like diarrhea, constipation, acid reflux/GERD, stomach pain, headaches, nausea, food sensitivities/intolerance, brain fog, mood swings, and more. I was amazed that beyond digestive symptoms, close to 100% of the participants showed improvements in seemingly unrelated things like hives and migraines, among other symptoms. The program is only available once per year at this time, but the results people have been getting are phenomenal, so I wanted to give you a heads-up!
You can learn more about the results here and be the first to be notified the next time we run it in Fall 2024.
Media and Podcasts
This year, I’ve stayed active on social media. During my first few years as a mommy, I spent 95 percent of my days makeup-free in a mom-bun and yoga pants, so it has been fun dressing up and recording helpful videos again. Come say hello on Facebook, where I am thinking about doing more Facebook lives in 2024.
I would also love for you to check out my Instagram feed for quick and helpful tips!
Here are some popular recent posts:
- Drinking Aloe Vera Juice Can Reduce TSH and Antibodies
- Castor Oil Packs for Liver Health, Inflammation, and More
- 4 Sentences That Will Make You Rethink Your Life
- Things That Seem Healthy but are Potentially Problematic for Thyroid Issues
- Top Ways to Reduce Thyroid Symptoms Fast
- 7 Things I Didn’t Learn About Thyroid Issues in Pharmacy School
- 7 Things I Did to Overcome Hair Loss
- I Was Once Poisoned by Lipstick
I am also on TikTok – if you are on that social platform, I would love to know which of my posts are the most helpful. I am still trying to figure it out. 🙂
A recent post that I released is about functional medicine tests for Hashimoto’s, so do check it out!
These are all wonderful spaces for finding resources, sharing tips, and interacting with others in the Thyroid Pharmacist community!
With the release of my latest book, I ended up doing a ton of podcasts this past year – did you happen to catch any? Here are some links to a few of my favorites. (You can also go straight to my Spotify playlist to get them all in one place. :-))
- Restoring Adrenal Balance for Overall Health on Heal Thy Self with Dr. G
- Tired And Wired: How To Heal Adrenal Fatigue on The Doctor’s Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
- A Guide to Strengthening & Healing Your Adrenals on the Human Upgrade with Dave Asprey
- Getting to the Root of Adrenal Dysfunction on The Dhru Purohit Podcast
- How to Optimize Adrenal and Thyroid Hormones for Health and Vitality on The Genius Life with Max Lugavere
- Improve Your Adrenals & Thyroid Health to Improve Your Metabolism on the Model Health Show with Shawn Stevenson
- Thyroid Symptoms? Dr. Izabella Wentz Thyroid Pharmacist Shares Her Tips for Under Active [Thyroid] and Hashimoto’s on The Homespa Beauty Podcast with Elaine Burns
- More Energy with the Adrenal Transformation Protocol on the Fibromyalgia Podcast with Tami Stackelhouse
- Healing Adrenal Dysfunction: Insights and Strategies on the Realfoodology Podcast with Courtney Swan
I expanded the Rootcology portfolio in 2022, and it has been a growing experience for sure! Inventory management for so many products has been challenging, and we outgrew our current warehouse, so we will be transitioning to a new inventory management system and warehouse in 2024.
I sincerely apologize if you were one of the people who were affected by products being out of stock. 🙁 My team and I are working on making sure this doesn’t happen again! I am hoping to have most products back in stock by February 1st, including the pea protein.
Having more products did allow me to create two new bundle kits, to allow you to have access to a complete protocol!
- Rootcology Fundamental Gut Kit – I created this kit to offer comprehensive support for my signature gut healing protocol. The kit features some of my favorite nutrients, enzymes, and probiotics to promote healthy digestion, support the immune system, strengthen the intestinal barrier, and modulate the inflammatory response.*
- Rootcology TPO and TG Support Kit – I’m happy to introduce this bundle of nutrients, herbs, and enzymes specifically tailored for thyroid and Hashimoto’s health. These supplements can help balance thyroid hormones and antibodies, modulate the inflammatory response, promote immune function, support healthy digestion, and protect the body against oxidative stress.*
What’s on the Horizon for 2024
I’m excited about the new resources I’ve been working on for the upcoming year!
If you’re interested in enrolling in one of my programs and/or want to stay on top of other important information, sign up for my newsletter here if you have not yet done so. You’ll get enrollment links for programs, discounts, and more!
Here are the articles I hope to publish in 2024. As always, my newsletter subscribers will be the first to read them. 🙂
- OCD and Hashimoto’s: Did you know that obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a common anxiety disorder for people with Hashimoto’s? This article will focus on the strong link found between Hashimoto’s (elevated thyroid antibodies) and OCD, or developing OCD tendencies.
- Carpal Tunnel: Around the time I was initially diagnosed with hypothyroidism, I had multiple symptoms, including shooting pain in both of my hands and arms. Eventually, I was diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), and learned that it was linked with Hashimoto’s. Thankfully I managed to resolve it, and I wanted to share this information with my clients and readers in the hopes that it may help them if they are also struggling with CTS.
- Adverse Reactions: Supplementing can be hugely helpful for those with Hashimoto’s, as vitamin and nutrient deficiencies are common – but there is always the possibility of adverse reactions. Since I know how frustrating these can be for clients who are trying to heal, I’m writing an article to help you understand why someone may be sensitive to a supplement, how to distinguish between a “healing reaction” and an adverse reaction, and recommendations for moving forward.
- Pituitary Central Hypothyroidism: A low TSH in the presence of normal or low T4/T3 levels can leave patients and doctors baffled – this is known as central hypothyroidism. Because many people may experience it, even as a transient (temporary) condition, I wanted to write this article to share some thoughts on what may be behind central hypothyroidism, what it looks like, and how to approach treatment.
- Many Symptoms of Hashimoto’s: Thyroid disease can present with many symptoms, and symptoms can even fluctuate between hyper- and hypothyroid. I’m sharing this article next year because I think it’s super important to help people understand their symptoms so that they can get to their root causes and heal.
- Breastfeeding and Hashimoto’s: I nursed my son for almost four years, and the first six months were incredibly (and unexpectedly) difficult. It turns out there are a lot of potential challenges specific to Hashimoto’s that women may face when it comes to breastfeeding. Throughout my nursing relationship with my baby, I learned so much that I wanted to share with you that I started to make a list, which eventually turned into this article!
- Copper Toxicity: Years ago, I experienced copper toxicity and found myself struggling as I tried to safely clear my body of this toxin. After some trial and error, I had to find other, more natural ways for my body to heal. Copper toxicity is a common root cause of Hashimoto’s that can contribute to insomnia, fatigue, anxiety, racing thoughts, and acne – yet conventional practitioners may not test for it when a patient presents with these types of symptoms. Keep an eye out for my article, where I’ll share information on causes, symptoms, and testing options, as well as how to combat copper toxicity.
- Constipation: One common thread among my clients with developmental disabilities, the elderly, and those with Hashimoto’s, has always been… constipation! This new article is packed with practical solutions that are easy to implement for safe and effective constipation relief.
- GI-MAP Testing: I’ve been studying the connections between Blastocystis hominis (Blasto) and Hashimoto’s for years (discussed in this article) – and over time, more and more research has come to light supporting my research that there are definitive links between gut infections and autoimmune disease. If you have Hashimoto’s, chronic hives, IBS, and/or multiple food sensitivities, you may have Blasto as an underlying root cause… If you can get rid of Blasto, you may be able to get your Hashimoto’s into remission (especially in the early stages, before damage to the thyroid occurs). I recommend the GI-MAP stool test for most clients, and we have collected and analyzed data from 298 tests. My upcoming articles will discuss these findings, as well as current research in light of the connection between gut infections and Hashimoto’s.
- Eyebrows: Hair loss is a common hypothyroid symptom, and with that comes thinning eyebrow hair as well. This article will help address this problem and offer practical and safe solutions if you find yourself struggling with thinning eyebrows.
- Blood Sugar, Hashimoto’s, and Berberine: Hashimoto’s has been linked with both blood sugar imbalances and diabetes. Metformin is the most commonly prescribed drug for type 2 diabetes (and is showing benefits for thyroid antibodies), but there are some risks and side effects. Berberine may be a natural alternative to metformin due to its ability to lower blood sugar and support weight loss. It’s sometimes referred to as “nature’s Ozempic”, but that’s not necessarily 100% true. I’m writing this article as a deep dive into the pros and cons of berberine.
- B6/Pyroluria: B6 is an important vitamin in our bodies, yet deficiencies are common and can cause mood- and behavior-related symptoms, including depression and disturbed sleep, as well as other health issues. Addressing depletions like B6 can be a game-changer in many ways, but especially when it comes to balancing stress, mood, and gut health. I wrote this article to help you understand how B6 works in the body and how it helps Hashimoto’s. I also wanted to share information about pyroluria which is a condition that can happen when you have a co-occurring B6 and zinc deficiency.
I want to share a summary of some important dates in 2024:
- January 2024: I will be offering a major discount on my tried and tested Hashimoto’s Self-Management Program in January. If you are ready to take back your health, I encourage you to enroll in the Hashimoto’s Self-Management Program in January and do it at your own pace! I will be sending out enrollment links in early January to those subscribed to my weekly newsletter.
- Spring 2024 (ETA: February – TBD): I’ll be sending out information on how you can join our Root Cause Reset Program. You can join the self-paced version of this program at any time, but I will be opening for live enrollment that includes Q&A sessions and Facebook group support. If you are interested in joining, please sign up to be notified of its launch.
- Spring 2024 (ETA: March – TBD): I will be offering my Adrenal Transformation Program again! This program is only offered in a live version. Get on the mail list here to stay updated about its release.
- Fall 2024: I plan on running my new Gut Recovery Program again in the fall – please sign up here to stay in the loop! This program is only available as a live program and is currently only offered once per year.
New Projects for 2024
I’ve spent a lot of time over the past few years studying additional root causes and solutions, and how to heal various conditions.
In addition to sharing more about how to heal from Hashimoto’s, I am ready to share more about some of the other things I have learned to heal in the last decade…
- This year, I started working on a manuscript about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) root causes and solutions – I’m excited to share it with the world when it’s ready!
- I will also be sharing helpful protocols in my Fullscript portal, such as the “tired mommy protocol” or an ADHD protocol.
- I’m also considering starting a podcast if time allows. This would allow me to have some meaningful conversations about healing! Would you be interested in listening?
- I have high hopes of sharing what I learned in deeply researched and fact-checked future books that ensure that no stone is left unturned, but for now, I may start with a few articles. Anything in particular you’d like to see me cover?
In supplement news, I have some exciting things in the works for Rootcology for 2024 that are still a little too soon to share!
It has been an honor to serve you, and I hope that these resources have been helpful on your journey. If you have had an “aha” moment or success story from any of them, I’d love to hear about it!
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