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Still have thyroid symptoms when your labs come back normal?

I spent a few days in Palm Springs last week visiting doctors who carry Thorne Research products and I’m consistently inspired by them. I met with one doctor who’s one of 50+ physicians at Eisenhower Medical Center who practices integrative medicine there. The cool thing is, the other physicians all send their patients to him to learn about how to change their diets and lifestyles to make permanent changes in their health. There IS a shift occurring in the world of medicine and I believe and hope that we will continue to move from sick care and disease management to HEALTH care!

Tonight I’m interviewing Dr. Alan Christianson, coauthor of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Thyroid Disease.

If you’re feeling sluggish, can’t lose weight, just feel run down, you might have low thyroid function. Did you know that Levothyroxine for hypothyroidism was the 3rd most prescribed drug in the US in 2011? Did you also know that the most common cause is Hashimoto’s, an autoimmune condition? Tonight, we will break everything down and Dr. Christianson will answer these questions and more:

  • What is the best diet for optimal thyroid health?
  • How does thyroid disease affect people?
  • Which thyroid markers should you get tested for if you suspect you have a problem?
  • What is the difference between hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism?

You can also listen to it on iTunes. Go to your iTunes store, click on podcasts, search for Elevate Your Energy, and subscribe for free. On your phone, download the Podcasts app and you can easily search for it and subscribe there too.

Speaking of Dr. Christianson, I wanted to share this cool event with you that he’s a part of. JJ Virgin, my mentor and friend, is once again hosting her 7 Days with 7 Celebrity Docs event. You have the opportunity to listen to an amazing interview JJ did with top medical experts. You can listen to it right here:

The event itself runs from May 8 through May 15 and each day JJ will feature a webinar with one of the 7 Celebrity Docs. Don’t worry if you can’t tune in for the broadcast, she will offer 48 hour replays for each webinar as well.

Who are the Docs?

Dr. Sara Gottfried is the author of The NY Times bestseller, “The Hormone Cure.” She’s quite possibly the only Harvard trained gynecologist & hormone specialist teaching yoga and using it in her hormone balancing program! She’s been in Cosmo, Glamour, O Magazine and on The Ricki Lake Show and 20/20!

Dr. Hyla Cass has appeared on The View & Dr. Oz. She’s the author of 8 books including “The Addicted Brain and How to Break Free.” She reveals how to deal with addiction naturally, including things we may not have realized we are addicted to – like food & shopping!

Dr. Frank Lipman has been seen on Access Hollywood and Extra and is the go-to doc of top models and fashionistas in NYC. He’s known for his powerful detox programs (which get raves from celebs like Kyra Sedgwick!).

Dr. Anna Cabeca is an international speaker and leader on regenerative medicine who’s helping thousands of women with her Sexual CPR course. She specializes in bio-identical hormone replacement therapy and natural alternatives and sexual and reproductive health.

Dr. Alan Christianson is the author of “The Idiot’s Guide to Thyroid Disease,” and has appeared on The Today Show, The Doctors, CNN and Shape Magazine. He specializes in turning around the toughest thyroid cases including celebrity patients like Gena Lee Nolin from Baywatch. He is an avid mountain unicyclist. (Yes you read that right!)

Dr. William Davis is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of “Wheat Belly.” He’s appeared on the Dr. Oz Show, Live with Kelly, CBS News and others. He has helped hundreds of thousands lose the wheat and lose the weight!

Dr. Michael Finkelstein has been featured in The New York Times, CNN, Martha Stewart Living Radio, and ABC News. He teaches us that simply asking the right questions can create powerful health transformations!

To tune in, sign up right here:

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