In this episode of The Dr. Hedberg Show I interview Stacey Robbins! This was a very unique interview because we didn’t focus on biochemistry, but rather how Hashimoto’s can affect your life and your relationships.
Stacey Robbins (Certified Health Coach and Certified Yoga Instructor RYT200)
is an award-winning Author, Speaker, and Integrated Wellness Coach.
One of my all-time favorite healthy foods is definitely sardines. This was certainly an acquired taste and I had to learn the hard way that some brands are absolutely disgusting and others taste great. The picture above shows the three brands of sardines I eat the most.
Why are sardines so great?
Sardines are nutritional powerhouses containing healthy omega-3 fatty acids, selenium, high-quality protein, potassium, calcium, phosphorous, vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin B12, folate, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin B5, niacin, vitamin E, vitamin K, magnesium, choline, CoQ10, zinc and iron. They’re really stacked to the gills!
Sardines are also extremely low in mercury so you don’t have to worry about toxic metals like from other types of fish.
Sardines are perfect if you are following a ketogenic diet, paleo diet, low carb diet, modified vegetarian diet or just want to add a lot of nutrition to your diet. If you are following a ketogenic diet then go for the sardines packed in olive oil for extra fat. Read more
Have you ever wondered what causes hypothyroidism?
Are you suffering from any of the following symptoms?
Weight Gain and difficulty losing weight
Cold Hands & Feet
Dry Brittle Nails
Lack of Motivation
Your thyroid could be a major contributing factor to these symptoms. Your thyroid may have been checked by your physician, but were you evaluated for autoimmune thyroid disease? What causes hypothyroidism? The number one cause of hypothyroidism in the world is Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. This is a condition in which the body produces antibodies that attack the thyroid gland. This results in slow destruction of the thyroid gland leading to hypothyroidism. Read more
In this interview I discuss Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Graves’ Disease with Linda Lizotte.
Linda: This Linda Lizotte, I’m the co-founder of Designs for Health, nutritionist and I’m happy to interview Dr. Nikolas Hedberg tonight. Let me tell you a little bit more about his background. Dr. Nikolas Hedberg, he’s a D.C., D.A.B.C.I. He’s a board certified chiropractic internist by the American Board of Chiropractic Internist. His practice is in Asheville, North Carolina where he focuses on Lyme disease. A matter of fact if that’s a topic of interest to you, go into the library at www.designsforhealth.com. And if you put in Lyme or H-E-D-B-E-R-G, it will bring up Dr. Hedberg’s other calls. So he is fantastic. So you’re going to want to go back and listen to those if you missed them. Read more
Glutathione is really your body’s most abundant antioxidant. We know that in Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and other auto immune diseases, glutathione levels can be depleted. As a result, people lose that extra antioxidant that they have in their body to really help with their auto immunity. Now, chronic infections like Epstein-Barr virus can also contribute to the reduction in glutathione levels. Read more