97 episodes

An Estimated 20 million people have a thyroid condition and 14 million have Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. I am here to help you figure out how to manage your Hashimoto's diagnosis and give you hope for living with autoimmune disease. I will answer all your questions about how to manage thyroid conditions and how to use food as medicine to help you feel your very best.

Help for Hashimotos podcast Stephanie Ewals, NTP

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.4 • 88 Ratings

An Estimated 20 million people have a thyroid condition and 14 million have Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. I am here to help you figure out how to manage your Hashimoto's diagnosis and give you hope for living with autoimmune disease. I will answer all your questions about how to manage thyroid conditions and how to use food as medicine to help you feel your very best.

    Why did I get Hashimoto's

    Why did I get Hashimoto's

    A study shows that the month you were born in might play a role. 

    • 16 min
    Should I take antibiotics?

    Should I take antibiotics?

    If your doctor says you need them, you may want to take their advice. Some antibiotics are worse than others when it comes to destroying the population of gut bacteria. Long term use can make some species extinct. BUT. Sometimes you get sick and it requires antibiotics and there are measures you can take. In this episode of the Help For Hashimoto’s podcast I discuss what to do if you need probiotics

    • 9 min
    How does my immune system work

    How does my immune system work

    An overview of your immune system so you can better understand how your body works. 

    • 33 min
    Will Selenium Help My Thyroid?

    Will Selenium Help My Thyroid?

    New Research says it may not be needed or recommended for autoimmune thyroid patients. 

    • 21 min
    Can a Vegan Diet Help Hashimoto's?

    Can a Vegan Diet Help Hashimoto's?

    A listener wrote in wondering if she can be vegan and manage her Hashimoto's diagnosis. 

    • 31 min
    PCOS and Hashimoto’s

    PCOS and Hashimoto’s

    A discussion of PCOS. What is it, how can you work on it holistically, and its relationship with your thyroid. 

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
88 Ratings

88 Ratings

bellisimabells ,

Informative and Digestible!

Thank you. I just found your podcast and this is only the second one I’ve heard…Eps 99. It’s understandable… not too technical for those of us who are not doctors. I appreciate your research and the time you put into helping others with this info. I do see an integrative medicine doctor who says that it’s the GMOs in gluten that is problematic- that there is something in it (sorry I don’t know the scientific term) that mimics thyroid-making our body think we’ve got more than we do…and therefore, it stops producing enough. This is why I don’t eat gluten.
As for why more women have hashimotos… does that have to do with estrogen levels? That seems to be coming up a lot in autoimmune conditions-the more I read and research—that there is a tie-in with estrogen levels. Maybe that is addressed in other episodes of yours. I probably will change my rating yo 5 stars.., I just need to hear more. Thanks again!

Organictealeaf ,

So supportive

I can’t thank people like you enough. You are a reasonable voice among the noise and so informative. I appreciate your humility as a learner, your passion for healing, and your care for your listeners and patients. Hashimotos is a hard journey, and especially because it is a long one, it’s so meaningful to have content to listen to about it. I’m not crazy, I’m not the only one, it’s sadly common to confuse allopathic medicine, and there is hope. Thank you thank you thank you for your support!

Harper143 ,

Help for Hashimoto’s

I have been listening to all of Stephanie‘s podcasts about Hashimoto’s and it has been a huge help! There is a wealth of information here and she breaks it down in a very easy way to understand. I highly recommend yet!

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