The Hashimoto's Healing Diet : Anti-inflammatory Strategies for Losing Weight, Boosting Your Thyroid and Getting Your Energy Back Paperback / softback
by Marc Ryan
'This is the comprehensive book to heal Hashimoto's that we have all been waiting for.' - Jessica Flanigan, clinical nutritionist and author of AIP One Dish and The Loving Diet If you're one of the estimated 14 million people with Hashimoto's, it can be hard to know where to start with your diet.
There are so many different cookbooks and recommendations, and few provide different options for different situations.
That's where The Hashimoto's Healing Diet comes in! In this book, Marc Ryan LAc will help you deal with the changes that are frequently involved with chronic conditions like Hashimoto's.
He shows you how to use dietary interventions strategically so that you can adapt your plan in different circumstances.
He'll guide you through the various complications associated with Hashimoto's and the recommended diet and treatment protocols for each one, including Candida, histamine intolerance, intestinal problems, Epstein-Barr virus and more.
Marc has worked with thousands of people with Hashimoto's, and he deals with it personally, giving him a rare insight into the many different permutations of this misunderstood condition.
In much the same way Marc explored the five elements of thyroid health in his first book, How to Heal Hashimoto's, he shares the five elements of digestive health from Chinese medicine (earth, metal, wood, water and fire) and explains how everyday foods can be used as medicine to heal your mind and body for total wellness.
Diet is not just the foundation of health and wellbeing - it's the vehicle to get us there. 'This is what the millions of people challenged with Hashimoto's have been searching for.' - Sachin Patel, founder of The Living Proof Institute and functional medicine practitioner coach
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 408 pages
- Publisher: Hay House UK Ltd
- Publication Date: 11/09/2018
- Category: Endocrinology
- ISBN: 9781781809198