Celebrating Round 100
Posted on April 6, 2020 8 Comments
In this blog post, I provide an overview of my chronic health issues, and reflect on the ways that the Andy Cutler Chelation (ACC) protocol has radically changed my life for the better over the past two years. It is part of an ongoing series related to my chronic health issues.
Interview with Boost Health
Posted on September 13, 2018 Leave a Comment
Hashi & Me is a series of stories published by Boost Health for people with Hashimoto’s told by people with Hashimoto’s and other thyroid problems. In each piece, one of us will share our experience with Hashimoto’s, our personal findings and tips. We believe one person’s experience can be useful for others, especially newly diagnosed people. This week meet Natalie, leader of a User Experience team for a consulting company in Chicago.
Brain Balance – follow up
Posted on April 11, 2017 2 Comments
In the four years since I wrote my initial post about Brain Balance, I have received innumerable emails from anxious parents asking for my perspective following the program. Unfortunately, I am no longer able to personally respond to all the inquiries I receive. I am writing this post to address those questions, and to provide […]
I still have Hashimotos
Posted on February 4, 2017 5 Comments
Just over three years ago, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition called Hashimoto’s Disease. I was in pretty bad shape at the time. I knew my mental acuity was deteriorating rapidly, I was perpetually exhausted, and I gained weight no matter what I did about food and exercise. It was finally with a referral from my […]
It’s not just Flint
Posted on January 30, 2017 4 Comments
Every day I read more news about toxins in our environment, and the growing body of research that makes the connection between these (largely unregulated) chemicals and a variety of insidious health conditions. I feel like Americans generally don’t understand the seriousness of the situation, and how much corporations affect our environment and ultimately our […]
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