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Autoimmune Thyroid Problems Are More Common Than You May Think...


I want to tell you real quick story about a typical day for me. And I basically wanted to create a "Hashimoto's For Dummies" so everyone can understand what the medical community has failed to explain...

So... I have three blood test results for patients that we have sent out for blood work. These three people are all hypothyroid. They're all seeing their doctor, taking their medication, and their doctors are telling them that their blood work is normal.

They don't feel normal and this has been going on for years for them...

Does that sound familiar?

And it's super frustrating right?

Your doctors are telling you everything should be okay but you don't feel okay! Well...

These aren't doctors who specialize in Hashimoto's disease.

So we sent these particular people out for some testing and what I always look for is whether or not someone has an underlying autoimmune disease called Hashimoto's.

How common is Hashimoto's disease?

It would probably surprise a lot of you to hear that approximately nine out of ten women in the United States who have hypothyroidism a primary problem...

They actually have Autoimmune Thyroiditis

What Is Autoimmune Thyroiditis?

It's an autoimmune disease where the immune system is attacking and killing the cells of the thyroid.

Your doctor would agree with this. It's well known.

You might ask "why haven't you tested me for that then?" and their answer is probably going to be...

"Because there's nothing you can do about it." and this is where they're wrong.

There are things you can do about it, and I want to tell you something...

If you're like the woman in the video above, and you have an underlying autoimmune disease...

How healthy can you be if you're taking your medication, doing what your doctor says BUT, you have an immune system that's so out of whack, it's so unhealthy that it is identifying your thyroid as a foreign invader and it's killing your cells in your thyroid.

I don't care how you take your medication. I don't care how well you eat. Chances of that person ever feeling fully well are very very slim and that's what we see in droves. It's the big 800-pound gorilla in the room.

It's not being talked about but it is so prevalent when it comes to thyroid patients.

So what I would tell you is this...

Even if you've been diagnosed as Hashimoto's, there are so many things that a Hashimoto's patient can't do that is like throwing gasoline on a fire.

They think that they're doing the right things but they're actually doing the wrong things.

They're making their situation worse. This is the reason why so many women with thyroid conditions take their medication and don't feel better.

This has to be identified. If you have this... If this is you...

There are things that you have to do to turn that immune response down.

You're probably asking...

What Kind Of Doctor Treats Hashimoto's Disease?

One that looks for the root cause as to why you got Autoimmune Thyroiditis to begin with! And one that understands Autoimmune Disease And Thyroid problems.

Not one that simply addresses the symptoms while you get worse.

In the meantime, I've put together a lot of videos that I believe will help you understand more, and that will help you start the process of healing.

So I want you to click below and watch my trainings... These will help you get a great start.

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