I’m not going to be snarky about this because I don’t in fact count it as a “cure,” yet. But, improved for sure, and no thyroid meds. Here’s the previous posts on the topic:
- And The Winner Is…Hashimoto!
- Moving Forward: My Approach to Evaluating the Science and Knowledge of the Gut Biome and Resistant Starch
- Prof. Art Ayers On Autoimmunity; Celiac and Hashimoto’s Version
- Autoimmune Diseases and the Gut Biome
After I wrote the first post, having test results indicating a diagnosis of Hashimoto’s (elevated TPO Antibody and TSH), I set about to institute a protocol involving a whole list of Don’ts, then re-test in three months. I ended up not following most of the Don’ts, but rather focussed on the gut, per my subsequent posts; i.e., Dos rather than Don’ts.
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