Winamp Logo
Thyroid Strong Cover
Thyroid Strong Profile

Thyroid Strong

English, Fitness / Keep-fit, 1 seasons, 180 episodes, 4 days 18 hours 50 minutes
Let me guess, you have questions about your Hashimoto’s diagnosis and are wondering how to finally feel better in your body living with an autoimmune condition. Thyroid Strong shines a light into today's health and wellness trends and debunks the myths surrounding nutrition and exercise with sound science to deliver actionable tips for you to use every day living with Hashimoto's. Follow your host, Dr. Emily Kiberd, Chiropractor and movement expert, as she interviews industry leaders on their simple and effective strategies to live a healthy, empowered life with Hashimoto’s.
Episode Artwork

Dr Jolene Brighten on Is this Normal: Navigating Hashimoto's, Menopause, and Libido

Today I have Dr. Jolene Brighten, a Naturopathic Physician and one of the few guests who have been a second-time guest on the Thyroid Strong podcast. She shares her new book, “Is This Normal?” and how to get your libido back, your hormones in balance, and where to start when you feel overwhelmed with your Hashimoto’s diagnosis. Her new book is informative, entertaining, and all the things you wish you knew when you were first diagnosed.In This Episode:• The things women are told are normal that aren’t when it comes to health and hormones• Why many of the things women are told about our bodies are wrong• What foods help balance your hormones• What are the symptoms of thyroid and adrenal imbalance, especially in relation to hormone problems• What to understand about libido and how to support itHow sexual desire differs in women and men• The brakes vs gas theory of libido and spontaneous vs
08/06/202358 minutes 14 seconds
Episode Artwork

Thyroid Strong helped heal her back and shoulder pain with Barbie

If you've ever done a yoga class and walked out with more back pain wondering what the heck happened, this episode is for you. I share the story of one Thyroid Strong participant's experience in getting strong and stable with the Thyroid Strong program. She shares her WHY for doing the program which was to avoid becoming osteoporotic like her grandmother.Thyroid Strong is up to 20% off until midnight tonight.Go to:
31/05/202330 minutes 29 seconds
Episode Artwork

Best Air Filter for Mold Exposure and Allergies with Ryan Richie of Intellipure

The air we breathe and the particulate matter in the air including mold, mycotoxins, dust, dust mites, and VOC's can contribute to the inflammatory load in the body. We can change our exposure to these compounds by filtering our indoor air and improving our indoor air quality. Today I have on Thyroid Strong Podcast Ryan Richie, VP of Business Development of my favorite air purifier, Intellipure, to share how Intellipure is different from the competitors and why its so important to filter our air, especially living with an autoimmune condition.Intellipure is offering a special 25% off their Ultrafine Unit just for the Thyroid Strong Listeners for this week only. Use the code Dremily at check out to get this fabulous discount.Follow Dr. Emily Kiberd and Thyroid Strong on Facebook&nbsp;|&nbsp;<a href="" rel="noopener noreferrer"
29/05/202343 minutes 14 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to Know When to Invest In Your Hashimoto's Healing Journey

If you're on the fence, if you're thinking, I have brain fog, I'm told to trust my gut, but I have gut dysbiosis and I'm bloated all the time, how do I know when to invest in my health? That is what we're going to answer today. Investing in our health can be very expensive, especially if we're going on the functional medicine route.I'll bust some of the beliefs and very real fears that we tell ourselves, some of the limiting beliefs, and the dialogue in our head to talk us out of investing in ourselves. But investing in our health is the most important thing. There is nothing more important, and you don't realize that until you hit the darkest steps of your Hashimoto's diagnosis.There is a Memorial Day SALE of up to 20% off Thyroid Strong starting May 27th until May 31st. I you want to boost your energy, lose weight and learn how to work out without the burnout, now is the time. Go to: <a href="" rel="noopener noreferrer" tar
27/05/202323 seconds
Episode Artwork

Hashimoto's in men, mitochondrial & muscle tissue health with Dr Jade Teta

The majority of women are those who suffer from Hashimoto’s, but some men can be diagnosed with Hashimoto’s. Dr. Jade Teta is one of these men. He shares how to eat, train, and regulate our nervous system to manage the symptoms of Hashimoto’s. He shares insight and the understanding of specific proteins secreted from the muscle tissue while training called myokines that help regulate our hormones and immune system. He also shares how to support our mitochondria if we feel fatigued with Hashimoto’s with Urolithin A and moving our body. He shares the pathway of how exercise can be inflammatory and anti-inflammatory. A great podcast episode which an extraordinary human being.00:00 Introduction of Dr Jade Teta03:09 Men with Hashimoto’s03:45 How estrogen plays a role in Hashimoto’s4:25 Hashimoto’s is more stable in men than women5:42 How an increase in thyroid antibodies doesn’t mean worse Hashimoto’s symptoms9:27 How to Diagnose Hashimoto’s in M
22/05/202358 minutes 47 seconds
Episode Artwork

Where to Start When You're Overwhelmed with your Hashimoto's Diagnosis

In today's Thyroid Strong solo shortie episode, I sit down to talk about where to start when you feel overwhelmed with your Hashimoto's diagnosis or when you don't know where to start. I share the Big 3 Trigger Trifecta's of Hashimoto's: Genetics, Leaky Gut, and Stressors including emotional stress, environmental stress, and trauma. I like to start with the hierarchy of treating thyroid hormones, adrenal issues, and gut health first before addressing sex hormones and insulin resistance. But before addressing these, you need to get your foundational health right including: how you're eating, how you're working out, and how you're sleeping.If you want a deeper dive, join the Free 5-day challenge, the Thyroid Revolution: a mix of workouts and masterclasses. Join here, it's not too late:
18/05/202324 minutes 28 seconds
Episode Artwork

Building Resilience through Functional Medicine, Science, and Faith with Dr Jill Carnahan MD

What if you had tools to tap into to build your resilience during the darkest depths of your Hashimoto’s diagnosis? Today I sit down with Dr. Jill Carnahan to talk about the root causes of Hashimoto’s, the environmental triggers of Hashimoto’s, and how to boost your energy when you are so brain foggy and fatigued that you don’t know where to start.&nbsp;Dr. Carnahan shares her journey through recovering from Mold toxicity, cancer, an autoimmune condition, and Crohn’s disease in her book Unexpected.&nbsp;Unexpected&nbsp;is a cross between Dr. Carnahan’s memoir about trauma, healing, and recovery coupled with a personal development/self-help guide designed to give practical advice for those seeking solutions to long-term chronic illness.Unexpected explores the role faith &amp; spirituality can play in one's healing journey, coming from a medical doctor who has diagnosed and treated countless patients suffering from life-altering diseases... and w
15/05/202337 minutes 58 seconds
Episode Artwork

Triggers of Hashimoto's: The Perfect Storm

If you've gone through the conventional medical system to get diagnosed with Hashimoto's, the typical path is diagnosis., medication and then being told that you will live with it forever. What if there were things dial movers that you could change, potentially putting your Hashimotos into remission or alleviating your symptoms? That's what we'll talk about today in this solo shortie episode.The trigger trifecta of Hashimoto's includes your genetics, leaky gut, and stressors. In this last piece, stressors include mental stress, overtraining, and environmental stress like mold, mycotoxins, heavy metals, parasites, endocrine disruptors, and obesogens.If you want to deep dive into this topic join my FREE 5-day challenge starting May 15th, the Thyroid Revolution. You'll get 5 workouts, 2 of these are recovery workouts, and 2 masterclasses on how to lose weight with Hashimoto's and How to ID environmental triggers of Hashimoto's.Someone asked me in my DM's "Wh
11/05/202314 minutes 29 seconds
Episode Artwork

Why to Catch Your Hashimoto's Diagnosis Early

In this week's episode of Thyroid Strong, I share 3 clients I treated who showed early signs of an autoimmune condition and were being failed by the conventional medical system. I'll share their signs and symptoms along with how they've been through the medical system without getting the answers they need. I share their stories because their symptoms are similar but the root causes of their autoimmune conditions are different.If you want to learn how to ask better questions from your providers to get better answers and possibly put your Hashimoto's into remission, join my FREE 5-DAY Live Virtual Event: Thyroid Revolutions to learn what questions to ask. There will be 5 Thyroid Strong workouts and a Part 2 Masterclass on How to Lose Weight with Hashimoto's. You'll learn everything I did to put my Hashimoto's into remission along with losing 40 pounds.Join here:
05/05/202318 minutes 11 seconds
Episode Artwork

Unlocking the Power of Prebiotics for Optimal Gut Health with Dr Alexis Cowan PhD

If you've plateaued on your weight loss journey with Hashimoto’s and you're wondering, can poor gut health or inflammation contribute to weight loss resistance, then this Thyroid Strong episode with Dr Alexis Cowan is for you.&nbsp;Calories in, calories out 100% matter when it comes to weight loss but this is not the only thing that matters, If you get your gut microbiome balanced and functioning optimally, you’ll start with a better base of health to jump start your weight loss journey.In this episode, we talk about:00:00 Introduction to Dr. Alexis Cowan and her own weight loss journey12:33 Childhood antibiotic use can alter your gut microbiome13:18 The role our microbiome plays in terms of the management of inflammatory conditions15:10 The Role of Akkermansia in overall gut health16:29 Why gut health matter as much as calories for weight loss19:49&nbsp;If fat loss is the goal, why someone should 100% focus on
01/05/20231 hour 3 minutes 56 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to Get Your Mindset Right to Start Working Out

What if you had a phrase that you told yourself and when you told yourself this phrase, your body and your mind told itself, yes, I'm gonna go work out, and you actually executed on the thoughts, instead of ruminating on, oh, I should go work out all day. This is what we're gonna talk about today, 8 mindset tools to help you take action to start making your workout a consistent habit, especially with Hashimotos. I know everyone talks about "getting motivated" don't believe in motivation. It feels like trying to get water from a dry well. Instead, keep the momentum by doing the little things every day. Just stepping up and taking action will help you stay more consistent, even when you're fatigued, and I'll give you a tip for that as well.Follow Dr Emily Kiberd and Thyroid Strong on Facebook&nbsp;|&nbsp;<a href="" rel="noopener noreferrer" tar
27/04/202315 minutes 30 seconds
Episode Artwork

The Thyroid Strong experience from the perspective of a health coach with Desiree Werland

Ever wonder what Thyroid Strong is like from the opinion of a certified heath coach? Today I have on Desiree Werland to share her experience going through Thyroid Strong and joining the membership after called Stay Strong for more weekly Hashimoto’s friendly workouts.Desiree believes health is real wealth because every part of life relies on the status of your wellness. Desiree is a quadruple Autoimmune Warrior: Rheumatoid Arthritis, Hashimoto Thyroiditis, Endometriosis, and Fibromyalgia. Each condition complicated her diagnostic journey, which inspired her to become a certified functional health coach. Today, she partners with individuals diagnosed with autoimmune conditions to become a champion for their life by building habits that help manage fatigue, flares, and pain so life can be enjoyed.In addition to being a health coach, she is the creator and host of the Stronger Than Autoimmune Podcast, where she interviews experts and patients about autoimmune d
24/04/202337 minutes 11 seconds
Episode Artwork

What if I can't get my work out in? Try Exercise Snacks

I get this question all the time from the Hashi ladies, "What if I can't get my work out in? What should I do?" Today in Thyroid Strong Podcast, I share with you my thoughts in exercise snacks as a past guest Martin Gabala calls them or what I like to refer to as "microdosing" your workouts. I share how you can still get the metabolic benefits and cardiovascular benefits if you microdose your workouts throughout your day.In this episode:Sign up for the FREE 5 day Thyroid Revolution: Live Virtual Event with 5 days of workouts and a 2-Part Masterclass on Weight Loss for Hashimoto’s: share my favorite Walking treadmill from the company “Walking Pad”:&nbsp;;u=3510099&amp;m=118333&amp;urllink=&amp;afftrack=</a
20/04/202314 minutes 4 seconds
Episode Artwork

Fertility and Hashimoto's with Dr Christine Maren DO

If you've ever wondered what normal thyroid labs&nbsp;look like from an optimal functional, I feel like my best self range versus a conventional range. This Thyroid Strong Podcast episode is for you. I have on a very special guest, Dr Christine Maren DO, board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and certified practitioner under the Institute for Functional Medicine. We dive deep into thyroid lab ranges, the nuances of the different thyroid medications, what often gets missed with being overmedicated, fertility and hypothyroidism, mold exposure, and childhood trauma and autoimmune diseases down the road. Grab ad pen and paper ladies and let's dive in!In This episode:00:00 Intro01:34 Why is Hashimoto’sso commonly underdiagnosed?3:00 What labs should I get with Hashimoto’s?4:49 When does a conversion issue happen in the thyroid?5:06 When to look at gut health with thyroid issues?5:45 What’s t
17/04/202346 minutes 15 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to Know When You're Hitting Fatigue in Your Lift

What if you knew during your lift, if your body put itself into a certain position,&nbsp;that you had hit fatigue? What if you knew exactly how many reps and how many sets to do based on what your body was telling you? That is what we're gonna talk about today.This topic is near and dear to my heart and comes from 14 years of clinical experience treating patients from a rehabilitation, strength, and autoimmune perspective. There is a certain pathological position your body will naturally default into when it is fatigued or it is nearing failure in an exercise. I call it extension compression compensation. In this episode, I'll talk about how this position happens, when you see this, how this is improperly cued by trainers, and how this positioning leads to injury.In this Episode:00:00 Intro00:45 A pathological position in the low back when we fatigue1:13 What is Extension Compression Compensation1:53 Why does low back
13/04/202325 minutes 44 seconds
Episode Artwork

Better Understand Your Thyroid Labs and Medication

If you've been told your thyroid labs are "normal" but you feel anything but normal, then this Thyroid Strong Podcast episode is for you. Today I sit down with McCall McPherson to talk about what optimal thyroid labs should look like to feel your best and the nuanced differences all in thyroid medication. About McCall McPhersonMcCall McPherson is the founder of Modern Thyroid Clinic, a thyroid -centered functional medicine practice in Austin, Texas, and the owner and Chief-Hope-Giver of Thyroid Nation. She is a physician assistant, TEDx speaker and thyroid expert by way of being a thyroid patient. Her passion for perfecting thyroid treatment stemmed from years of her suffering due to the mismanagement of her own hypothyroidism. Now she lives, breathes, and thrives in understanding the nuances of proper thyroid care. Her philosophy is simple: There is no reason to still have thyroid symptoms. She spends her time with patients to help them get the
10/04/202339 minutes 32 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to Deal with Mold when you Travel

What if you're traveling and you go to a hotel, or maybe it's an Airbnb, you've taken the time off work, you have spent a ton of money and you show up and there are signs of water damage, and there might be even signs of mold in your Airbnb. Yes, you could move, and you could choose a different hotel room, but what if multiple rooms are showing signs of water damage?This is what I'm going to address today, my 6 ways to combat mold when you travel that include my favorite air filter, supplements, binders, and more.In the episode:00:00 Intro1:29 Water damage and mold3:07 Intellipure air filter when I travel6:17 Travel with Binders9:44 Open up your detox pathways11:50 Get fresh air12:21Reset your nervous system13:43 Supplements for mold exposureLinks mentioned in this episode:Intellipure Air filter sale until April 28th <a href="
06/04/202316 minutes 19 seconds
Episode Artwork

The What, When and Why to Exercise for Women Over 40

Today I have on a dear friend, Debra Atkinson, Hormone Balancing Exercise Coach and founder of Flipping 50 to chat about the what, when, and why to exercise for women over 40 years old. She’s a 39-year Fitness Expert who has helped over 250,000 women “flip” their 2nd half with vitality and energy they want.Bestselling author of You Still Got It, Girl: The After 50 Fitness Formula for Women; Navigating Fitness After 50 and Hot, Not Bothered, Debra hosts Flipping 50 TV and the Flipping 50, and She Means Fitness Business podcasts.&nbsp;A TEDx speaker, she’s a subject matter expert recognized by the American Council on Exercise, AARP, Washington Post, Prevention Magazine, and USA Today to name a few.Her Tedx talk is titled Everything Women in Menopause Learned About Exercise May Be a Lie.She’s creator of the first and only exclusively made-for-menopause fitness membership in the world and the Flipping 50 Menopause Fitness Specialist course for fitness and hea
04/04/202328 minutes 36 seconds
Episode Artwork

Do you have symptoms of Hashimoto's?

If you suspect or just have an inkling that you might have Hashimotos or something is off with your body, or you have a thyroid condition, or you're just wondering, why can't I feel like myself? This episode is for you. This is for the ladies who maybe have not gotten diagnosed with Hashimoto's yet or hypothyroidism, or maybe you're new to your diagnosis, you're feeling overwhelmed and you're just wondering "what the heck am I supposed to do?" I'm gonna share all the symptoms of Hashimotos today. Keep it really simple cause I know that overwhelm can get the best of us.00:00 Intro02:14 Weight Gain with Hashimoto's2:41 Fatigue and Hashimoto's3:13 Difficulty dealing with cold and Hashimoto's3:51 Joint pain and muscle aches4:15 Constipation and Hashimoto's4:23 Dry skin and Brittle Nails and Hashimoto's4:33 Losing the outer 1/3 of your eyebrow4:47 Heavy Periods or Menstrual Cycles and Hashimoto's5:01 Slow
24/03/202311 minutes 48 seconds
Episode Artwork

Cold Immersion & Hashimoto's Going into Remission

What if there was one tool out there that you haven't tried yet to help your Hashimoto's symptoms? We are talking all about cold exposure or ice baths with co-founder of Morozko Forge Adriene Jezick. She shares how she used cold immersion to help put her 3 autoimmune conditions into remission.Adrienne Jezick began her practice with Deliberate Cold Exposure for healing in October 2017. In 2013 she was diagnosed with three Autoimmune diseases; Hashimoto's, Urticaria, and Eosinophilic Esophagitis. That is when she began her quest for greater health. Since developing a regular DCE regimen, she has reversed all traces of Autoimmune and is now guiding others to do the same. She created The Morozko Method, a sensory immersion meditation technique for Deliberate Cold Exposure, and hosts workshops to certify other guides. She is Co-Owner and Co-Founder of Morozko Forge, the world's first ice bath. She is also the creator of The Morozko Method Podcast, sharing the healing journey of th
20/03/202355 minutes 40 seconds
Episode Artwork

5 things you can do right now to beat fatigue

If you're struggling with fatigue, this is one of the two biggest struggles women share living with Hashimoto’s. I share my top five things you can start to do immediately to start to increase your energy. If you get your energy back, you can do anything with that energy.&nbsp;This podcast is in response today because I got an email from a woman who is struggling with fatigue and she hasn't even started the Thyroid Strong program yet, and she shares:“Pain is not the issue or moving out of pain. It's the debilitating fatigue. I can barely get down the stairs to let the dog out, much less to do a warmup or a routine. There's zero energy, very frightening levels of fatigue without different medication and intervention. So obviously she should touch base with her medical provider to get her labs run again, but this is a very common symptom.”I share my top 5 tips that you can start tomorrow morning to boost your energy living with Hashimoto’s.In This E
16/03/202310 minutes 34 seconds
Episode Artwork

Heart Disease Prevention for women with Hashimoto's

Are you a woman with Hashimotos wondering how you can prevent heart disease or changes in your cholesterol as you go through perimenopause or menopause, or maybe you're a woman with Hashimotos wondering as you increase your protein intake, is this okay for my heart health? All these questions were gonna get answered by Dr. Michael Twyman today on Thyroid Strong Podcast.Dr. Michael Twyman MD is a heart attack prevention expert, a founder of Apollo Cardiology, and a board-certified cardiologist. He is a decorated veteran. He now integrates the best of both conventional and functional medicine to get to the root cause of his patient's cardiovascular issues. Having worked with world-class athletes and high-performing entrepreneurial influencers, his mission is to educate his patients on how to live better and longer by optimizing their mitochondrial function to become heart attack proof. In This Episode:00:00 Intro01:05 Menopause and choleste
13/03/202346 minutes 56 seconds
Episode Artwork

#1 thing to do so you never injure yourself again

What if you got this one piece dialed in and it gave you the confidence to pick up a weight without the fear of injuring yourself? This is what we're gonna chat about today. This is one of my favorite topics.In this episode:01:24 Where to start to clean up your lifting form01:46 Why you should not suck in your belly picking up a weight02:02 What is intra-abdominal pressure?02:48 How to engage your core04:43 Baby Neuro-developmental Patterns and milestones06:18 How to create an abdominal brace09:32 Checking form in a kettlebell swingLink to get access my Breathing Warm up: Dr Emily Kiberd and Thyroid Strong on:Facebook:
09/03/202310 minutes 51 seconds
Episode Artwork

Positive and Practical Approach to Thyroid Health

Annabel Bateman is a Hashimoto’s patient, author, advocate &amp; coach. She has learnt in 25+ years of living with Hashimoto's that the key is developing a lifestyle that supports (and doesn't stress) her thyroid health.&nbsp;Drawing on skills learnt in previous careers as a lawyer, life coach, family law mediator and author, Annabel seeks to empower, educate and encourage women with thyroid conditions to develop their own thyroid-friendly lifestyle approach to their health so they can thrive and not just survive.&nbsp;She hosts a successful podcast, Let’s Talk Thyroid which seeks to spread thyroid awareness and information and is active on social media to spread positive &amp; practical thyroid related information.Annabel's latest book, Let’s Talk Thyroid: Positive &amp; Practical Thyroid Help, is all about how to live a thyroid-friendly lifestyle. Whilst there is no magic “happy thyroid” formula or protocol, you’ve got to start somewhere. Thi
06/03/202333 minutes 5 seconds
Episode Artwork

What Kettlebell to Start with as a Beginner

In this episode, Dr. Emily Kiberd, a chiropractor with Hashimoto's, shares her expertise on how to work out without burning out with Hashimoto's. She discusses the importance of choosing the appropriate weight to start lifting so you don’t burn yourself out.Dr. Kiberd advises beginners to start with a weight they can press while lying down, such as an 8 or 10 kilo kettlebell or dumbbell. For those with prior experience, she suggests starting with a 12 kilo weight.When it comes to deadlifts, Dr. Kiberd recommends using a minimum of two 12 kilo kettlebells (50 pounds) to provide adequate resistance for the hamstrings and glutes. She also suggests investing in one 12 kilo and one 14 kilo kettlebell for asymmetrical deadlifts, switching between sets to ensure balanced muscle development.To further target the legs, Dr. Kiberd recommends squatting with a kettlebell held at the front of the chest, starting with a 12 kilo weight. By holding the kettlebell, beginners can
02/03/202310 minutes 22 seconds
Episode Artwork

Heal Your Gut to Lose Weight with Hashimoto's with Dr Vincent Pedre

Dr Vincent Pedre shares his second book The GutSmart Protocol, how to Revitalize Your Health, Boost Your Energy, and Lose Weight in Just 14 Days with Your Personalized Gut-Healing Plan. He dives deep into how the gut can play a major role in autoimmune disease and how healing the gut to drastically minimize or elimination your Hashimoto's symptoms. In this Episode:The focus is on the small and large intestine and the microbiome living there, which is essential for the processes that run the human body.The large intestine has an estimated 100 trillion bacteria, making it like carrying your own personal galaxy.Autoimmune disease may begin in the gut with a process involving genetic preposition, leaky gut, and environmental triggers.Gluten is one potential environmental trigger due to its characteristics that can trigger the immune response.Imbalance in the gut microbiome due to antibiotics, processed foods,
27/02/202339 minutes 24 seconds
Episode Artwork

The #1 thing most women overlook on their weight loss journey

For this week's solo shorty, I took about 20 minutes of my three part masterclass series on How to Lose Weight with Hashimoto's, and this very first part is the number one recommendation I make for women with Hashimoto's to change how they're eating, to boost their energy and to start to feed their muscle tissue, which then starts.put you on the path of losing weight if you are interested. If you're like, wow, this 20 minute clip from the first Hourlong masterclass was the bomb, you can purchase the entire masterclass series. It is worth its weight in gold. It is everything. I wish I knew when I was first diagnosed with Hashimoto's.You can purchase from now until tomorrow night at a. deep, incredible discount for all the gems that are inside this masterclass. It is $37 from now until Friday, 12 midnight, and you can go to this link to get access, lifetime access to all three. Masterclass.It is So i
23/02/202323 minutes 51 seconds
Episode Artwork

Balancing hormones through Menopause and Hashimoto's w/ Esther Blum

I sat down with Esther Blum, an&nbsp;Integrative Dietitian and Menopause Expert, to chat about living with Hashimoto’s and then hitting menopause. It can feel like we were hit by a bus twice over. Ester shares how to navigate menopause like a rockstar and gives tools to feel your best.Esther Blum is an Integrative Dietitian and Menopause Expert. In the past 27 years, she has helped thousands of women master menopause through nutrition, hormones, and self-advocacy.Esther is the bestselling author of See ya later, Ovulator, Cavewomen Don’t Get Fat, Eat, Drink and Be Gorgeous, Secrets of Gorgeous, and The Eat, Drink, and Be Gorgeous Project.Known as Gwyneth Paltrow’s menopause mentor and by Forbes for helping women thrive through menopause, Esther was also voted Best Nutritionist by Manhattan Magazine. She has appeared on the Today Show, ABC-TV, and Good Day NY and is frequently quoted in goop, Well + Good, Forbes, Time Magazine, The New York Post, The Los Angeles
13/02/202348 minutes 7 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to Eat to Lose Weight with Hashimoto's with Emily Kiberd

The 2 biggest struggles with Hashimoto's are fatigue and difficulty losing weight. The number one question I get from the ladies with Hashimoto's is what I should eat to lose weight with Hashimoto's. Today I'll share my top five strategies to lose stubborn weight regarding how and when to eat. I don't recommend fad diets, quick fixes, simply smart strategies to implement especially when you are super fatigued and brain foggy from your Hashimoto's.Here's my top 5 recommendations:A caloric restriction is requiredPrioritize your protein intake.Cut out snacking and mindless eating.Check for DehydrationCheck Gut health-Parasites, candida, SIBO, Hy PyloriQuotes:"The body will eat and eat and eat until it hits its protein requirements.""If you're already stressed in other areas of your life, like you're not sleeping well, you have sleep apnea, you have diab
09/02/20238 minutes 52 seconds
Episode Artwork

When Weight Loss is more than Calories In, Calories Out with Kim Schaper

This episode is for you if you’ve been told that you simply need to move more and eat less to lose weight with Hashimoto’s. Yes, calories in and calories out matter, but so do our hormones, sleep hygiene, stress, and environmental load when it comes to losing weight with Hashimoto’s. It is just different once our hormones start to change in our 40’s.Today’s guest today, Kim Schaper is a speaker, holistic wellness coach, certified personal trainer, and women’s hormone expert. With clients ranging from professional triathletes to busy lawyers and mompreneurs, she speaks to the successful woman who has built an incredible life for herself yet suffers from stress, health, and hormone issues.&nbsp;When Kim’s doctors told her to “Just drink more coffee” to overcome her fatigue, Kim knew that there had to be another way, and she didn’t rest until she found it. As a result of Kim’s expertise and customized coaching style, hundreds of women have brought their hormones back into
06/02/202338 minutes 47 seconds
Episode Artwork

The 5F Formula to beat fatigue with Hashimoto's

 What if you had a clear, concise plan to beat that crushing Hashimoto's fatigue? Today we're talking about my 5F formula to beat Hashimoto’s fatigue. Most of it will be framed around how we work out and feed our muscle tissue with Hashimoto’s. But I’ll also dive into root causes and how to feed our mitochondria, which are the powerhouses of our cells and responsible for energy production.What I cover:-5F Formula to beat fatigue with Hashimoto’s-Why to prioritize your muscle tissue to boost your energy-How your workout form can contribute to fatigue-How to make your mitochondria more robust-What zaps your mitochondria-What is the BBS method to lifting weightsQuotes:“30 grams of protein per meal minimum. Stimulates muscle protein synthesis”If you’re getting quality sleep and other stressors in life are not at an all-time high. Then I would say play with in
02/02/202317 minutes 33 seconds
Episode Artwork

Joint Hyper-mobility, MCAS, dysautonomia & Hashimoto's w/ Jessica Drummond

If you have any signs of joint hyper-mobility, joint laxity, or lack of integrity in the joints, maybe your joints hyperextend, and it doesn't have to be every joint in the body. It can move around and be transient, and you have an autoimmune condition, maybe you have Hashimotos. This episode is for you!Today I have on Jessica Drummond. She is the founder and CEO of Integrative Women's Health Institute and is passionate about caring for and empowering women who struggle with women's health conditions, specifically endometriosis, but through her own journey. With long-haul covid, she has experienced joint issues and dysautonomia, which we will discuss in this episode.I talk about joint laxity and how we must train resistance, especially with Hashimotos. I have clinically found joint hyper-mobility, tissue laxity, and autoimmune conditions to go hand in hand in my clinical practice. And I sit down with Jessica Drummond to talk about different strategies to reign in that
30/01/202345 minutes
Episode Artwork

Answers to Your Top Hashimoto's Questions with Dr Emily Kiberd

I get emails, DM's, Facebook messages every day about Hashimoto's, so today I share my insight and answers. Just remember I'm not a doctor and I'm not giving medical advice, but I can share my own Hashi journey.Hashimoto's Disease is an autoimmune condition that can cause many symptoms, from fatigue and weight gain to hair loss and depression. I share some of the most common symptoms in today's podcast and some not-so-common symptoms.Although the exact causes are unknown, accumulated evidence suggests it is largely influenced by environmental factors like stress, lifestyle, exposure to toxins, genetic predisposition, and diet. We'll dive deep into those root causes today.Unraveling the root cause of Hashimoto's in each case can be a challenge, requiring testing for Hashimoto’s antibodies and thyroid hormones along with various other tests. While there is no single “magic pill” way of treating Hashimoto’s, I'll share a holistic approach to healing. <h
26/01/202317 minutes 39 seconds
Episode Artwork

Kettlebell Trainer Steph Wilberding & her Thyroid Strong experience

Steph Wilberding, kettlebell trainer, performer, and founder of Leading Lady Fitness. She joined Thyroid Strong after being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s and Ovulatory dysfunction in September 2021.Steph suffered from fatigue, low back pain, and other health issues, and went to an OBGYN who diagnosed her with Hashimotos. She then saw an endocrinologist who recommended a gluten and dairy-free diet, and to take progesterone for 14 days on and 14 days off. The progesterone significantly helped with her mood and back pain, and the doctor recommended that she take it daily. At the time of diagnosis, Steph could not work out due to her pain.She shares her experience of going from lifting heavy, to being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s, to doing Peloton to doing Thyroid Strong. She found herself enjoying the cues, and felt the program was designed in a way that supported her Hashimoto’s diagnosis.In this episode, we talk about:-What it’s like to be di
23/01/202335 minutes 51 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to set goals with Hashimoto's

How to set goals with Hashimoto'sWhat&nbsp;if&nbsp;you&nbsp;had&nbsp;a&nbsp;clear&nbsp;way&nbsp;to&nbsp;achieve&nbsp;a&nbsp;goal&nbsp;that&nbsp;you're&nbsp;chasing&nbsp;down with Hashimoto's?&nbsp;Let's&nbsp;say&nbsp;it's&nbsp;losing&nbsp;20&nbsp;pounds or&nbsp;getting&nbsp;back&nbsp;to&nbsp;working&nbsp;out? Instead&nbsp;of&nbsp;focusing&nbsp;on&nbsp;the&nbsp;result,&nbsp;you&nbsp;focused&nbsp;on&nbsp;the&nbsp;action&nbsp;to&nbsp;get&nbsp;you&nbsp;there.&nbsp;If&nbsp;your&nbsp;goal&nbsp;is&nbsp;to&nbsp;lose&nbsp;weight&nbsp;and&nbsp;every&nbsp;day&nbsp;you&nbsp;step&nbsp;on&nbsp;the&nbsp;scale&nbsp;checking the&nbsp;number,&nbsp;and&nbsp;it&nbsp;feels&nbsp;really&nbsp;disappointing and frustrating, maybe&nbsp;that&nbsp;approach to the journey&nbsp;isn't&nbsp;worth&nbsp;it.&nbsp;So&nbsp;instead&nbsp;of&nbsp;focusing&nbsp;on&nbsp;the&nbsp;result&nbsp;goal,&nbsp;you&nbsp;focused&nbsp;on&nbsp;the&nbsp;action goal to get where you want to go.In this episode, I sh
19/01/20235 minutes 34 seconds
Episode Artwork

Healthy Oral Microbiome and Hashimoto's with Trina Felber

Did you know waking up with bad breath is a sign that something is off in your gut with Hashimoto’s. Good gut health and overall physical health begins in the mouth. It’s the gateway to our digestive tract but most of us are not doing what’s best for our oral health. Today’s guest on Thyroid Strong Podcast, Trina Feller, is helping revolutionize the way we support our oral biome by deconstructing commonly accepted practices that most of us women with Hashimoto’s do every single day.&nbsp;In addition to being a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, Trina Felber is the founder and creator of&nbsp;Primal Life Organics&nbsp;where she has an amazing product line, Primal Live, that is changing our daily habits and traditions surrounding oral health. She is on a mission to help reframe the way we understand how the outside world affects us internally, starting with the mouth. Trina has an t
19/12/202247 minutes 50 seconds
Episode Artwork

10 ways to Optimize your Sleep with Hashimoto's w/ Emily Kiberd

Feeling tired but wired is super common with Hashimoto's. We push all day feeling fatigued, then when we finally get to lay down we can't fall asleep or stay asleep. I share my top 10 strategies to optimize your sleep with Hashimoto's. I share research on how being hypothyroid can lead to poor sleep quality and neuroinflammation leaving you feeling foggy headed.In this episode:How much protein to eat to get a good night's sleep and whyWhen and what kind of carbs to eat to help you sleepWhen to limit your caffeine intakeWhat are high histamine foods and why to avoid them to optimize your sleepIf you're not working out you're not sleepingA surprising study about the timing of your work outThe #1 thing to rule out with poor sleep qualitySupplement recommendations for sleepHow mold and parasites can contribute to sleep disturbancesFollow Dr Emily Kiberd and Thyroid Strong on&nb
15/12/202226 minutes 11 seconds
Episode Artwork

How your diet can transform your autoimmune condition w/ Terry Wahls

Dialing in your diet is essential to supporting your health, even in combating chronic illnesses like an autoimmune diseases. Terry Wahls joins Thyroid Strong Podcast to share her story of multiple sclerosis and how she reduced the painful symptoms of her disease, Dr. Wahls has reclaimed control of her life and continues to study and write about the role that nutrition and lifestyle interventions can play in treating MS.Dr. Terry Wahls&nbsp;is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. In addition, she conducts clinical research and has&nbsp;published over 60 peer-reviewed scientific abstracts, posters, and papers.&nbsp;Besides being a doctor, Dr. Wahls has added insight into her profession as a patient with multiple sclerosis. In this interview, Dr. Wahls expl
12/12/202239 minutes 52 seconds
Episode Artwork

2 Symptoms of Hashimoto's we should not overlook

Feeling like yourself again after a Hashimoto's diagnosis is a frustrating and overwhelming process. Most women see five to six doctors before getting a clear diagnosis of Hashimoto's. If you don't know whether or not you have Hashimoto's, I talk about the 2 biggest and most common symptoms women struggle with before getting diagnosed. Today I’m speaking directly to the 20 million women living with Hashimoto’s in the states and those are just the ones who have been diagnosed. We’re talking about the most two common struggles that come up over and over again — fatigue and weight gain, and strategies on how to get over the weight gain hump and get your energy back.If Hashimoto’s has caused you to gain weight, there are specific ways to combat this. First, get your thyroid labs checked out. A full thyroid panel with the two antibody tests will give you a full picture of what is going on. Finding the right balance with strength-training exercises will lead to more energy too. Che
08/12/202226 minutes 4 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to identify if you have Hashimoto's with Reed Davis

Key TakeawaysThere’s no single test that will identify the source of metabolic issues. It takes a thorough and holistic approach. Multiple tests are often needed to identify what the true source of a condition is. Once root causes have been identified, handling stress, eating well, and exercising will likely lead to improvements.About Reed DavisReed Davis is a board-certified holistic health practitioner and a certified nutritional therapist. His vast experience working with numerous autoimmune patients led him to develop&nbsp;Functional Diagnostic Nutrition&nbsp;in order to give practitioners the functional lab training, data-driven protocols, tools, and leadership they need to confidently solve their clients’ health issues.When a Thyroid Symptom Isn’t actually a Thyroid ConditionReed and I get into what he has observed about thyroid condit
05/12/202254 minutes 34 seconds
Episode Artwork

Hashimoto's and back pain

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where I discuss why you may be experiencing low back pain with your Hashimoto’s and what you can do to take action today in eliminating pain sensitivity.&nbsp;Key TakeawaysLow back pain is a common symptom among Hashi ladies and there are a variety of reasons why you may be experiencing it. It starts with the less active thyroid hormone that contributes to joint laxity but it originates within chronic inflammation. In today's episode, I explain how everything is connected and what you can do to solve the problem today.Hashimoto’s and Its Connection to Low Back PainA lack of activity in the thyroid hormone can translate into aches and pains. There is also an element of chronic inflammation that can make your pain neurons more sensitive, which can lead to overall pain sensitivity. Another reason you may be experiencing low back pain could be due to joint laxity in yo
01/12/202222 minutes 24 seconds
Episode Artwork

How Mold Affects Muscle Tissue with Hashimoto's with Jill Crista ND

There's a plethora of health problems associated with mold exposure, one of them no one talks about, which is mold diminishes our ability to maintain our muscle tissue. Since mold exposure symptoms are almost identical to the symptoms of Hashimoto's, mold symptoms can be hard to diagnose.&nbsp;The design of your home significantly impacts the potential for mold growth. Breathable building materials and dehumidifiers will help a lot. However, you must stay vigilant because mold can creep up nearly anywhere.About Dr. Jill CristaDr. Jill Crista ND&nbsp;is a naturopathic physician in southwest Wisconsin. Her practice focuses on taking on patients suffering from the effects of mold exposure and Lyme disease. She’s on a mission to educate the public about the dangers of water damage and mold to keep them and their families safe and healthy.Mold is Everywhere, But it Doesn't Mean Yo
21/11/202256 minutes 24 seconds
Episode Artwork

Hashimoto's and brain fog

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where I map out why you may be experiencing brain fog and several solutions to help combat the foggy feeling. You’ll want to see your doctor for labs, switch up your diet, prioritize your sleep, and be specific with your exercise.&nbsp;Key TakeawaysBrain fog is a common symptom when we have neural inflammation or nutrient deficiencies. There are several causes of brain fog and even more tools to help eliminate it from your daily life. We are going to be experimenting with diet, supplements, exercise, and sleeping patterns.&nbsp;What is Brain Fog and The Causes of Brain FogBrain fog is any kind of reduced cognition. That is trouble thinking clearly, the inability to concentrate and focus, or difficulty with short-term and long-term memory. The main causes of brain fog are neural inflammation and nutrient deficiencies.&nbsp;Tools to Help with Brain Fog
17/11/202218 minutes 52 seconds
Episode Artwork

Cold Immersion & Breath Work for Hashimoto's w/ Kristin Weitzel

Episode SummaryWelcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where Kristin Weitzel is having us sit in ice baths for our minimum effective dose of cold. That could be 30 seconds, a minute, or even longer. With each ice bath we take, the list of health benefits gets longer.&nbsp;Key TakeawaysCold immersion has huge benefits for our physical health but also for our emotional health. It will help us boost energy, lose weight, and reduce inflammation. It will also help us sleep better and manage stressful situations easier. Kristin Weitzel is giving us a lesson we all need to listen to and how to start that lesson today with a few DIY tips for making your own ice bath at home.The Experience of a Cold Immersion and its BenefitsThe most painful moment of the cold immersion is the expectation it is going to be cold before you immerse. Choose your coverage of clothing and begin your
07/11/202254 minutes 24 seconds
Episode Artwork

8 reasons why its important to prioritize your muscle tissue with Hashimoto's

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong as I spell out why it is so important to prioritize your muscle tissue with Hashimoto’s. Not only for the longevity of your life but to also live every day how you prefer, without injuries or stress responses dictating your lifestyle.Key TakeawaysWe all want to live longer and fuller lives, and one way to do that is by prioritizing your muscle tissue. Us Hashi ladies have to preserve, build, and feed our muscle tissue to help our thyroid, tighten our ligaments, and build quality tissue around the joints.&nbsp;Prioritizing Muscle Tissue During your WorkoutsMuscle is our metabolic engine and with hyperthyroidism, stimulating the muscle encourages thyroid hormone turnover, which we need! Muscle tissue also helps to stabilize the joints, and with ligament laxity, put down the pilates and pick up heavier weights to stimulate the muscles.&nbsp;Muscle Tissu
03/11/202210 minutes 58 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to Lift Brain Fog with Hashimoto's with Lori Kushner

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where Lori Kushner is helping women with mind-body healing through a community of other Hashi women to help lift their brain fog through their diet, digestion, mindset, and exercise.Key TakeawaysMany Hashi ladies suffer from brain fog and even with a medical professional's help, symptoms stay stagnant or even worsen. Lori is guiding us through why your brain fog is occurring, the map of how it takes place, and the treatment plan to stick to for the 180 spin you're looking for.Brain Fog and its SymptomsBrain fog can be a big symptom for some Hashi ladies and Lori suffered from the same. She describes it as, “almost like sticky glue.” You are constantly fatigued when you need not be and in a conversation, you lose the words you were gearing up to say, “you can see it and feel the word, but you can’t get to it.” A large symptom of brain fog is in your diet or can be r
31/10/202237 minutes
Episode Artwork

How Thyroid Strong is Different from Peloton with Dr Emily Kiberd

In today's solo shortie Thyroid Strong Podcast episode, I'm answering a question I received in the DM's. Ultimately she asks, "How is Thyroid Strong different than say a Peloton". This story is all too familiar and comes from Danielle. She shares: "I just found you and I'm so intrigued. I was diagnosed officially with Hashimotos two years ago, but got hypothyroidism diagnosis 11 years ago and had a massive hyperthyroidism episode 17 years ago after my first. I had pretty significant damage to my thyroid, according to ultrasounds. Longer, the short. I'm 43 and am now struggling with weight. I love weightlifting, which warms my heart, but end up massively exhausted. How is Thyroid Strong different than Peloton."Key TakeawaysI dive into how lifting with heavier weights, lower reps, and long rest breaks with amazing for cues made just for the Hashi ladies makes a huge difference in our day to day energy.Connect with Dr Emily Kiberd:</
27/10/202211 minutes 2 seconds
Episode Artwork

The essential workout for ladies with Hashimoto's with Angela Brown

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where I sit down with Angela Brown, a fellow movement specialist and personal trainer, as she debunks what we’ve been taught since our first diagnosis of Hashimoto’s. Instead of living with a lack of education provided by your doctor, take this episode and start changing your life and body.&nbsp;Key TakeawaysOur one goal as Hashi women is to lose weight and boost our energy levels, but most likely we aren’t doing the right workout routines to fit our bodies. Angela Brown is nailing down all the possibilities of what we’ve been told by our doctors and what we should be doing to get our bodies back!About Angela BrownAngela Brown is a fellow movement specialist, a licensed physical therapist as well as a personal trainer. She's also a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition practitioner. Her skills are showcased in helping women with thyroid issues recover from thei
24/10/202256 minutes 52 seconds
Episode Artwork

5 ways to boost your energy with Hashimoto's with Dr Emily Kiberd

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where I give you five ways to boost your energy with Hashimoto’s to conquer all of what life has to offer. These are steps you can incorporate into your daily routine today and keep with you for the long term of your Hashimoto’s journey.Key Takeaways&nbsp;We can only do so much when it comes to boosting our energy levels, but I’m going to give you a solid foundation for altering small changes that will make a strong impact on your stamina throughout the day.Heavy Resistance Training with Appropriate Protein IntakeWorkouts need to be 3-4 days a week with heavy resistance training and lower reps. After your workout, let’s focus on eating habits. Most coffee can have traces of mold from the packaging process. A good way to circumvent this is to replace your morning coffee with Sunup Green Coffee. It tastes a little bit different but could away potential mold
20/10/20229 minutes 56 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to get rid of the belly bloat with Hashimoto’s with Christa Biegler

Episode Summary&nbsp;Today, I am joined by Christa Biegler, functional medicine nutritionist and podcast host of The Less Stressed Life, to talk about bloating! Bloating can be very frustrating for Hashi ladies because we think it starts with eating habits when it actually starts in the brain. Tune in to hear all the factors involved in what could be your belly bloat.Key Takeaways&nbsp;Bloating is different for everyone. For some, it can take place within the two hours after eating, for others it may feel like a rock in the gut. Depending on the symptoms of the bloating, practitioners can narrow down where the problem sits in the gut, whether in the small intestine or the large intestine. The answer isn’t always a food sensitivity but rather a bacterial infection, stress levels, or parasitic infection.About Christa Biegler&nbsp;Christa Biegler is a functional medicine nutritionist
17/10/202248 minutes 20 seconds
Episode Artwork

Hashimoto's and workout fatigue

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where I outline why you are burning out during and after your workouts and how to change your lifestyle to maximize your energy levels.Key Takeaways&nbsp;All exercise is inflammatory, but it is rest and recovery that is the main benefit of exercise. Today, we learn how to adjust our movements to avoid joint hypermobility and how to feed our muscle tissue appropriately in the recovery process.Two Ways You Are Burning OutMost of us Hashi ladies are overdoing our workouts. We are working out 6 to 7 times a week for long periods of time. Let’s dial it back to 3 to 4 days a week. While working out, most of us are only doing cardio. For our bodies, we need to focus on resistance training for 30-40 minutes for each workout.&nbsp;Protein Intake &amp; Functional Compound MovementsRest and recovery is the main benefit of exercise, and
13/10/202217 minutes 55 seconds
Episode Artwork

How mold exposure mimics Hashimoto's & how to heal w/ Melanie Shafranek

Episode Summary&nbsp;Today, I am joined by Melanie Shafranek, a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, as she shares her detailed experience from mold exposure and the unique routes she took in gaining her life back.Key Takeaways&nbsp;Mold remediation can feel like it’s out of your&nbsp; budget for the average household income. But you can start with simple tasks such as getting your HVAC system serviced twice a year and buying a moisture meter to test different areas before you sign the lease. Melanie’s story and recommendations inspire hope for how often we are exposed to mold spores and mycotoxins.The Parallel of Hashimoto’s and Mold Symptoms&nbsp;Symptoms of mold spores and mycotoxins rank very similarly to those of Hashimoto’s. Melanie’s symptoms began with digestive issues with hummus and carrots and then constipation for days. She could not gain muscle mass even wit
10/10/202246 minutes 54 seconds
Episode Artwork

2 Biggest Struggles with Hashimoto's

Getting your health back after a Hashimoto’s diagnosis is a frustrating and overwhelming process. You can do all the common recommendations and still run up against a wall. I know. I’ve been there myself. Today I’m speaking directly to the 20 million women living with Hashimoto’s in the states and those are just the ones with a proper diagnosis. We’re talking about the most two common struggles that come up over and over again — fatigue and weight gain.&nbsp;If Hashimoto’s has caused you to put on extra pounds, there are specific ways to combat this. First, get your thyroid checked out. A full panel of thyroid lab work will tell you what exactly is going on. Finding the right balance with strength-training exercises will lead to more energy too. Check for gut infections, watch your calorie intake, avoid inflammatory foods, get enough sleep, and you’ll be losing weight more easily.&nbsp;Fatigue is best addressed through sleep optimization and working out the right way.
06/10/202226 minutes 4 seconds
Episode Artwork

Molds and mycotoxins symptoms, labs and treatment with Dr Andrew Campbell

Today, I am joined by Dr. Andrew Campbell, a medical advisor for My Myco Lab, a laboratory dedicated to serum antibody testing for mycotoxins, as he shares multiple case studies in which patients have experienced exposure to mycotoxins and his hierarchy in treating the root cause of their symptoms.&nbsp;Key Takeaways&nbsp;Mold and mycotoxins are very prevalent in our external environment and possibly even within our household. Mycotoxins present themselves as a virus within our nasal passages and can lead to serious reactions, often mistaken for diseases. However, if you remove the root cause, and treat the mycotoxin exposure, your symptoms disappear. Dr. Campbell illustrates how to navigate from one extreme to the other in eliminating mold and mycotoxins with an immune system prepared for anything.About Dr. Andrew Campbell&nbsp;Dr. Andrew Campbell was educated in Switzerland where he graduated from preparatory s
03/10/202245 minutes 29 seconds
Episode Artwork

My clinical observation of hypermobility with Hashimoto's with Dr Emily Kiberd

Episode SummaryFrom my clinical observations, I’ve noticed an element of hypermobility in my autoimmune ladies, especially those with Hashimoto’s. Adding weight training into their routines has shown signs of improving joint integrity. Listen in to hear my approach to reducing hypermobility in my patients with Hashimoto’s.&nbsp;Key Takeaways&nbsp;A lot of women come to Thyroid Strong because they want to safely introduce strength training into their routine and build muscle. One of the added bonuses is that strength training creates a more stable base and helps heal joint laxity. I know it will feel challenging at first to let go of massage therapy, foam rolling, and yoga, but if you replace it with resistance and strength training for six weeks, I’ve seen my Hashi ladies experience amazing mobility progress.&nbsp;Identifying hypermobility As a chiropractor, I look at what’s not moving eno
29/09/202212 minutes 6 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to identify mold in your home with Michael Rubino

Episode Summary&nbsp;I’m joined by Michael Rubino, aka The Mold Medic, to discuss how to overcome poor air quality and create a safe home environment. Michael is the leading expert on all aspects of mold, remediation, and air quality. We talk about how to get started if you suspect mold in your home, how to find a great remediator, and Michael’s top product recommendations.&nbsp;Key Takeaways&nbsp;Someone who has Hashimoto’s is likely to be a lot more sensitive to mold than someone without it. Michael shares easy visual inspections that you can do around your house and highlights possible places where mold can hide. He lists his go-to sampling strategies, including collecting dust, to test for toxins and abnormalities. He also details what to look for when building a team of experts to help you remediate and remove mold from your home.&nbsp;Michael Rubino&nbsp;Michael Rubino has become a r
26/09/202253 minutes 34 seconds
Episode Artwork

She loved weight lifting but felt burnt out until Thyroid Strong w/ Echo Raphael

Episode Summary&nbsp;I’m joined by Echo Raphael, a Thyroid Strong and Stay Strong member, to discuss her journey with Hashimoto’s and the enormous shift that she’s experienced in her life after reincorporating weightlifting into her routine.&nbsp;Key Takeaways&nbsp;Before she started experiencing symptoms of Hashimoto’s, Echo led a very active, healthy life. Once the pain and brain fog started to slow her down, she worked with a functional nutritionist to find solutions that worked for her. She saw one of my Thyroid Strong posts on Instagram and wanted to jump back into lifting heavy weights. Even though she was skeptical, she left every workout feeling more energized and happier. Weight training has also made everyday life and chores easier, and it boosted her Covid recovery.&nbsp;Echo Raphael&nbsp;Echo Raphael is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and Hormone Specialist by the
22/09/202228 minutes 16 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to get your foundational health right with Hashimoto's w/ Carolyn Stone ND

Diet is one of the biggest topics surrounding Hashimoto’s, so I wanted to get Dr. Stone’s take on everything from veganism to the carnivore method.&nbsp; We discuss the common misconceptions people have when it comes to strength training and explain why building muscle is crucial for your thyroid health. She breaks down her training style and highlights how resistance training has improved her overall health. Dr. Stone also touches on potential treatment plans for adrenal dysfunction and explores the connection between tissue hypermobility and autoimmune disorders.&nbsp;Dr. Carolyn Stone&nbsp;Dr. Stone is a licensed naturopathic physician in the state of Arizona and owner of Stone Naturopathic. She has a passion for helping women with thyroid disorders who are looking to get their life back.&nbsp; She was tired of seeing women brushed off by their health practitioners or given unnecessary treatments and thus made it her mission to serve these women in
19/09/202240 minutes 32 seconds
Episode Artwork

Signs of water damage in a new home or rental with Emily Kiberd

Episode Summary&nbsp;On this week’s episode, I’m breaking down some key factors to look for when physically analyzing your space and inspecting for mold. Besides having a professional do a full analysis, I wanted to give you some tips to empower yourself when you’re house hunting so you can make a more informed judgment and find the right home for you and your family.&nbsp;Key Takeaways&nbsp;When I was recently looking for a rental here in Boulder, CO, I looked at 20 places and every single one of them had signs of water damage一including homes that were built less than two years ago. There are quite a few inconspicuous visual cues to tune into when touring a space, such as cracking between two pieces of drywall (which often gets mislabeled as the house settling). Because the symptoms of mold exposure mimic Hashimoto’s, water damage and exposure to mold is something that you should consider when buying, renting, or build
15/09/202216 minutes 34 seconds
Episode Artwork

Learn how to detox from mold exposure w/ Nancy Crowell

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where Nancy Crowell, a trained doctor of oriental medicine, functional medicine, and a transformational mindset coach, instructs us how to level with ourselves in a fight or flight response and rewire our neuropathways to be resilient in fighting our inflamed state.Key TakeawaysNancy Crowell guides us through how to reclaim our mind and body through self-talk and rewiring our neuropathways to get back to our parasympathetic state of rest and digestion. Mold is everywhere and we will never have control of every situation, but what we do have in our control is our reactions and how we respond to situations. We have the potential to commit to our wellness instead of our illness.About Nancy CrowellNancy Crowell is a trained doctor of oriental medicine, functional medicine, and a transformational mindset coach. She's a creator of the Resonance Program, a proven 12-month
12/09/202244 minutes 58 seconds
Episode Artwork

Oncology Social Worker gets her energy back w/ Thyroid Strong

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where Emily McCollum, an Oncology Social&nbsp; Worker supporting patients as a patient navigator in a Hospital Cancer Center, offers her experience in being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s and why Thyroid Strong means so much to her as a part of her healing journey.Key TakeawaysEmily McCollum is one of the OGs of Thyroid Strong and her story resonates with a lot of people because of the high stress of her job. How do you find time to work out and retain the same work hours? Emily loves to run, but she always used to suffer from extreme exhaustion after her high cardio days. How do you work out without burnout and manage your stress?Emily’s Hashimoto’s Journey &amp; Before Thyroid StrongEmily’s story starts with a very knowledgeable Dentist, who discovered erosion in her teeth. This eventually led her to have her thyroid tested and the rest is history. Emily e
08/09/202219 minutes 42 seconds
Episode Artwork

Learn this often overlooked factor in your Hashimoto's healing journey with Sarah Kneebone

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where Sarah Kneebone, a Holistic Hashimoto’s Health Coach, explores the emotional side of healing with Hashimoto’s. Many women on their Hashimoto’s journey have key triggers that kickstart their symptoms. Sarah is taking the chronic stress and the Type A personality for a loop and breaking down several strategies you can do right now to get your hormones back on track.Key TakeawaysThe physical symptoms of Hashimoto’s and the tangible testing to understand your specific ratio of hormones is extremely important. But what about the emotional side of Hashimoto’s? The underlying reality we create for ourselves that ultimately supported the physical symptoms that led us to endless doctor visits. How do we heal our chronic stress and trauma responses? How do we get back to our sense of self and our zest for life? Sarah is teaching us how to regulate our hormones instantaneously to get us feeling better
05/09/202229 minutes 4 seconds
Episode Artwork

How an Emergency Med Flight Nurse got her workout groove back w/ Thyroid Strong

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where Danielle Richards, a flight nurse working in the field of Emergency Medicine for 12 years, shares her experience in being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s and how the Thyroid Strong workout programs have transformed her life.Key TakeawaysDanielle Richards comes from a stressful background of medical school, emergency situations, and postpartum with Hashimoto’s. She has been through the ringer of several different diagnoses to finally landing on Hashimoto’s with a functional medicine doctor. She has learned her root causes, continues to make strides to heal them, and has since incorporated resistance training and breathwork into her daily lifestyle to get to feeling better today and long-term.Postpartum with Hashimoto’s and Before Thyroid StrongDanielle struggled with not feeling herself after having her first child. She suffered from fatigue, depression,
01/09/202226 minutes 14 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to address parasitic infection with Hashimoto's w/ Melissa Ramos

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where Melissa Ramos, founder of Sexy Food Therapy and creator of the Sexy Lady Balls program and community, shares her approach and insight to parasitic infections, how we contract them, how to test for them, and ultimately how to treat them long-term.Key TakeawaysParasitic infections are difficult to detect, and the symptoms can overlap with many other conditions including autoimmune diseases. Many of us Hashimoto’s ladies have often been diagnosed with a parasitic infection as a root cause of our autoimmune condition. But if you haven’t been diagnosed, listen in on how to get diagnosed, because more conventional medicine doctors will not check for parasites. They directly correlate with our thyroid hormone levels and can cause a variety of digestional issues. Today, Melissa Ramos is giving us the rundown on why they are so underdiagnosed along with what to do first when treating them long-term
29/08/202243 minutes 34 seconds
Episode Artwork

How one Thyroid Strong client boosted her energy

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where Maria Billis, a client of Thyroid Strong, joins me to share her journey with Hashimoto’s and how she found the missing piece in relieving her fatigue and boost her energy from incorporating the Thyroid Strong workouts into her daily routine.Key TakeawaysMaria starts her journey the same way most of us do with Hashimoto’s, going back and forth with doctor after doctor trying to find the right answer. For Maria, though, her only symptom was fatigue and burnout in the early afternoon, not the typical weight gain and hair loss. Now, with Thyroid Strong she is optimizing her workouts to avoid burnout and she has more energy in the morning and throughout the day.Hashimoto’s Before Finding Thyroid StrongMaria suffered from waking up tired, and a 2pm burnout followed by an 8pm burnout. She lives a high intense lifestyle, both with stress and her workout routines. She
25/08/202218 minutes 38 seconds
Episode Artwork

How to treat Lyme's disease w/ Darin Ingels ND

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where Darin Ingels, a licensed naturopathic physician, author, international speaker, and a leading authority on Lyme’s disease, gives a detailed description of what Lyme’s disease is, its origins and symptoms, and how it can lead to Hashimoto’s.Key TakeawaysLyme’s disease is a bacterial infection that can present itself with one hundred different symptoms making it difficult to diagnose. It is important to treat quickly if you find a tick on yourself. Darin Ingels ND shares where to send an engorged tick, where to get tested for Lyme’s disease, and his long-term integrative treatment plan.&nbsp;About Darin Ingels NDDr. Darin Ingels ND is a licensed naturopathic physician, author, international speaker, and a leading authority on Lyme’s disease. He too was diagnosed with Lyme’s disease and suffered his own battle of debilitation until he found that proper diet, lif
22/08/202234 minutes 20 seconds
Episode Artwork

Five Strategies to Lose Weight with Hashimoto's

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where I describe five different strategies on how you can lose weight with Hashimoto’s. There are clear essential steps to incorporate into your every day routine that will make a dramatic difference in how you feel and will help you reach your goal weight.&nbsp;Key TakeawaysWhat is the best way to lose weight with Hashimoto’s? In working with your functional medicine practitioner, properly managing your thyroid hormones within optimal range, make sure your diet is in a caloric deficit, proper protein intake, reset your circadian rhythm, and your workout regimen should reflect those inside Thyroid Strong program with functional movements, 3-4 days of resistance training a week, and workouts 20-30 minutes in length.&nbsp;Thyroid Hormones &amp; Adjusting Your Diet to Lose Weight with Hashimoto’sThe most important thing to manage first are your thyroid hormones. They
18/08/202217 minutes 50 seconds
Episode Artwork

Thyroid Lab Work & T2, The Forgotten Thyroid Hormone with Amie Hornaman

Some diagnosed with Hashimoto’s know the emotional and physical roller coaster of being misdiagnosed several times with no solution in sight. Dr. Amie Hornaman approaches her treatment of Hashimoto’s with blood testing plus your symptoms. Yes, changing your lifestyle is the bigger picture, but we also need to address what hormones your body is already producing and what it isn’t. Amie learns how your thyroid operates and what medications you need to be within optimal range to start your healing journey today.About Amie HornamanDr. Amie Hornaman, a.k.a The Thyroid-Fixer, is a woman on a mission to optimize thyroid patients around the world and give them their lives back using her proprietary transformational program: The FIX Method. She is also the founder of the Institute for Thyroid and Hormone Optimization.Lab Work Testing Plus Your Symptoms On Your Way to Feeling BetterYou’re not only testing for TSH, you’re
15/08/202235 minutes 50 seconds
Episode Artwork

What does Hashimoto's remission look like?

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where I give you a roadmap of what Hashimoto’s remission looks like from my own journey and the collaborative approach of my doctor. Listen in to find sound bites you can incorporate into your lifestyle.Key TakeawaysGoing into Hashimoto’s remission is possible. First, find a great doctor that will work with you in creating a hierarchical framework of what to treat first instead of treating everything simultaneously. Second, change your diet, change your sleep, change your workout to a Thyroid Strong style of working out and then address the root causes that can trigger your autoimmune condition.How Do You Know When You’re in Hashimoto’s Remission?Of women with Hashimoto’s, about 20% can go into remission. Those that go into remission have minimal destruction to the thyroid gland and exhibit their thyroid hormones within optimal range on a blood draw, no presence of
11/08/202216 minutes 43 seconds
Episode Artwork

109 / What To Treat First When Diagnosed with Hashimoto's

Welcome to this week’s episode of Thyroid Strong where Sophie Shepard, founder of SHE Talks Health and women’s hormone and gut health coach, takes a deep dive into how to start your journey of living with Hashimoto’s. Instead of the age-old story of being sick in your body, Sophie teaches us how to turn our hormones into our superpower. There is no reason for your diagnosis to inhibit your life; Sophie illustrates with a detailed framework how to isolate the root cause of your symptoms and work your way back from there to regain control of your life.Key TakeawaysLearn how to manage stress and overcome past trauma when healing on your Hashimoto’s journey. Stress is the number one thing no one wants to talk about with an autoimmune condition, and the number one thing causing all the issues. Nutrition, stress, and healing the gut are all equally important to the Hashimoto’s healing journey, but stress is the one that is hardly ever touched or cha
08/08/202237 minutes 30 seconds