Listen as Tiffany interviews Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Stephanie Ewals, about her journey to a Hashimoto's diagnosis and learn about signs and symptoms and what you can do to combat them. We discuss some conditions that you may not know could be correlated to thyroid dysfunction and get into ways you may consider eating to help you feel better, as well as thyroid-testing nuances that need to be understood to optimize your thyroid and your health.
Stephanie Ewals, NTP, is passionate about helping women with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and other autoimmune diseases regain their health and feel their best ever. After dealing with the loss of a child in a thyroid storm and a long road to learning that food is medicine, she found her mission as a Nutrition Therapy Practitioner to help her clients discover where their bodies are out of balance, teach them how to learn to listen to their body, and find real-world solutions that result in happier, healthier, better...
In this episode, Tiffany takes you through 9 Ways You Can Boost Your Immune System and some things NOT to do. She'll dive into some lifestyle changes that are important as well. What we consume and how we behave really matter when it comes to improving our ability to fight off infection and keep us healthy all year long.
LINKS: Here are links to Tiffany's most recommended supplements from this podcast when it comes to maintaining your immune health.
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In this episode, your host, Tiffany Flaten, discusses how she went through her own health journey. She describes being at her "rock bottom" and how she persevered and overcame her issues that were before and after her thyroid cancer diagnosis.
Let's just get right into this. With all the news and media coverage of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we need to get back to basics and just support our immune system the best we know how. Take a step back and assess what you are doing to boost your immune system or what you may be doing to take away from your body's ability to keep itself happy!
Did you know dark chocolate can be good for your heart?
I’m not talking candy bars here. We’re talking about Dark Chocolate with at least 70% cocoa. As with anything regarding your health, quality is key and choose organic when possible.
Here’s the nutritional break down for just 3.5 ounces of dark chocolate:
10 grams of fiber
120 mg of Magnesium
7 mg of Iron
50 mg of Calcium
…and so obviously, you don’t want to make a meal out of JUST dark chocolate but adding it here and there is a good source of nutrition that can improve your health. Here are 3 Ways Dark Chocolate Improve Cardiovascular Health.