Crossover Autoimmune Research: What 2,200+ Hashimoto’s Patients Say Helped Their Fatigue, Other Symptoms

What's next to try in your autoimmune plan?

A note from Katie, founder: Those of us with Hashimoto’s or Graves’ disease have been following Dr. Izabella Wentz’s work – her now-seminal book “Root Cause” and the companion website, – for a while now. Izabella’s tireless research to test and discover the many possible root causes of her own Hashimoto’s disease was eye-opening for me, as it

How Does Anxiety Relate To Autoimmune? In So Many Ways…

anxiety, depression and autoimmune disease

There is almost always some level of anxiety when dealing with any illness (from the common cold to cancer, and everything in between).  But autoimmune diseases are particularly vexing and frequently quite vague in presentation, which means that autoimmune patients are especially susceptible to the power of stressors and the effects that the resultant anxiety can bring. And as most

How to Start a Paleo Diet for Autoimmune Healing


What conditions is this diet best for? The paleolithic diet, aka paleo or primal diet is best for people with autoimmune or inflammatory diseases such as psoriasis, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, celiac, lupus, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, diabetes, IBS, Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, obesity and others.  In addition, those who have issues with blood sugar regulation and weight loss are Is HONcode Certified For Trustworthy Online Health Information

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I am excited to announce that is approved as a certified website under the HONcode. You’ll see the HONcode seal at the bottom of every page on, which also includes a search engine for other trusted online health websites. What is HON and what does this mean? HON stands for Health on the Net, and is a global nonprofit

How To Put Energy + Money Toward Sunny Day Financial Planning

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Note: This post is sponsored by SunTrust Bank, which helps me bring you the medical expert-written posts about autoimmune disease research on When you’re living with a chronic health issue, it’s natural to focus on the day-to-day imperatives: “What doctor appointments do I have this week?” “What driving around am I doing for the kids’ activities?” and the all-important,