Our lymphatic system plays a critical role in immune health, is a major factor in our ability to detoxify, and helps to keep us in an anti-inflammatory state. If this weren’t enough, I’ve also realized that it impacts the health of our hair follicles and can be one of the factors in reversing alopecia.
If you’re experiencing weight gain, sleep disturbance, brain fog, anxiety, exhaustion, forgetfulness, relationship issues, loss of libido, or lack of motivation, would it surprise you to know that these symptoms are present in both depression and hypothyroidism?
As we continue our transition into the colder months ahead, we can draw warmth and nourishment from the abundance of autumn foods.
Low iron—and more specifically, low ferritin (iron storage protein)—is common in the hypothyroid / Hashimoto’s and also hair loss / alopecia communities. Let’s look at this root cause contributor, including issues people can have with absorption.
Cold, dry winter months can wreak havoc on skin health, especially if you have hypothyroidism. But with these simple strategies, I’ve seen “problem skin” resolve in a matter of a few days.
Leafy greens are the #1 food we should be eating on a regular basis – as in every day. But they’re undoubtedly the food most missing in our modern diets. So, what gives?