Why I Quit AIP (And Other Health Updates)

Hey there friends! I hope you’re all doing well! I haven’t done a health update in a while, so that’s what this post is for. To start off, as many of you know, last fall I began the AIP diet. I had heard such good things about it, and it seemed like the most fitting […]

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The Real Reason I Haven’t Been Blogging.

Hey friends! Hope you guys are doing well! Today I’m going to talk about something that may be relatable to some of you, and probably all of you with chronic illness or an autoimmune disease, and that is feeling sick for no reason. Honestly, I haven’t been blogging a lot because of it–I keep hoping […]

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Got Brain Fog? My Top Study Tips For Students Dealing With Chronic Illness.

You know how you always rolled your eyes when your parents would told you, “The older you get the faster time goes!” Well, months have gone by, and then years, and in what seems like no time at all, I’m suddenly finding myself at my final semester of college. What a trip it’s been! And […]

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Don’t Kale My Vibe: How Kale and other goitrogens and cruciferous vegetables can negatively affect your thyroid function.

Kale. I love it. You love it. Beyonce loves it. What’s not to love? It’s full of cancer-fighting antioxidants, makes your bones stronger, prevents against blood clotting, boosts your immune system, aids with weight loss, acts as an anti-inflammatory, detoxes the body, helps prevent heart disease, gives you great skin, and makes a mean salad. Amazing, right? Right. […]

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The Amazing Benefits Of Selenium In Restoring Thyroid Health

  Hello, all! As I’ve been researching which key supplements are most essential to thyroid function for those of us with hashimotos, this one has been at the top of every list: selenium. Down below, you can check out how great it is at optimizing and restoring thyroid health, and how you’ll probably want to start supplementing […]

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My Story

“Well, I wish there was something I could tell you, other than to get lots of sleep and laugh more,” my doctor said light heartedly. I’ve felt sick since age 13, been to doctor after doctor, and dared to hope that this endocrinologist I waited all summer to get in to might tell me a different story.

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