Hashimoto's

Childhood adversity impacts adult health

                    Children who experience chronic stressors are vulnerable to emotional and physical health problems during their entire life. An adverse early life environment can induce changes on behavioural and metabolic responses later in life. Childhood adversity has been linked to elevated rates of morbidity and mortality from a number of chronic diseases. Physiological   and   biomolecular   studies   are   increasingly  establishing  how  childhood  exposure  to  chronic   stress   leads  […]

Soy and Hashimoto thyroiditis

Should SOY be avoided altogether in Hashimoto’s? There are four reasons why you should avoid soy: The problem with eating any food that you have an allergy or are sensitive to is that this will result in inflammation and interfere with the healing process. Most of the soy is genetically modified. Genetically modified soybeans contain high residues of glyphosate, which negatively influences our gut microbiota. Soy has phytates. And studies show that the phytates in[…]

Hair loss and Hashimoto thyroiditis

  Hair is an unique character for all mammals but not on other animals. It has several functions: protection of the skin,  sensory function: sexual and social communication. Human hair could be classified as: – androgen-independent hair (i.e., eyebrows and lashes); – hair on hormone-dependent body regions (e.g. scalp, beard, chest, axilla, and pubic region), which consist of terminal hair shafts. Hair shaft can be used for diagnostic purpose and, in particular, for testing psychoactive[…]

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