New York Times best-selling author and distinguished thyroid care expert, Dr. Alan Christianson dives deep into today's big controversies like vaccines, grains, and soy. We explore the unexpected side of things you never thought were controversial like leaky gut, pesticides, and fructose. The goal is not to shock or outrage, but to help us all learn to cling tightly to our health, and cling loosely to our ideas. Feel an unprecedented sense of being able to communicate with love, concern, and science - and help us get back on track.
How does the Thyroid affect the Heart? with Steven Masley
If you have thyroid disease, you are most likely to get heart disease. Hypothyroid causes weight gain, lowers your energy, raises your cholesterol and increases the heart disease risk. People who have uncontrolled heart disease can have more cardiovascular risks.
Is gluten healthy or not?
People talked about how they cut out Gluten and improve their thyroid functions, but there are studies showing that those who have Celiac Disease have a higher rate of having Thyroid Disease. Let’s explore Iodine, Gluten, and their relation with Thyroid and other diseases.
How much dairy is healthy for you?
Dairy foods may be the largest single contributor of Iodine, but it may still vary from different factors and sources. How much dairy food is considered healthy for you?
What sea vegetables are best for your thyroid?
Sea Vegetables or “Seaweeds” are a big part of Asian diets. They are often considered generally healthy foods. But if you look at their Iodine content, you might want to control your Sea Vegetables intake.
Yes, you can have seafood when you have thyroid disease. But which kind?
It is clear that there are a lot of benefits we can get from seafood. It also belongs to the higher categories in Iodine-rich food sources. In this episode, learn more about seafood and its effect on your diet with relation to Iodine.
Do you have thyroid disease? How much iodine is safe in your supplements?
Every single form of Iodine enters the body as Iodide. We can get it from food, medications, topical products, and supplements. But how much Iodine would be considered healthy?
Educational, engaging, and actionable! 🙏
If you’re looking to uncover the truth behind medical myths or simply be more knowledgeable about your health - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Dr. Alan is does a fantastic job leading conversations with fellow doctors, researchers, scientists, and other experts. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!
I am very confused by your report on iodine and thyroid autoimmune. Your saying to avoid sea salt because of the high iodine and yet your information goes totally against Dr David Brownstein who has helped so many people heal their thyroid by adding iodine. Even many nutritionist and natural healing doctors are using iodine now. My own thyroid seems to be much better since I’ve added Iodine salt and more seafood. In some people with thyroid issues adding iodine can cause problems but testing and how your feeling can determine if iodine is right for you.
Also you did a talk once about colloidal silver and were warning people away from it. It takes an extreme amount and years of high use to turn a person blue. In small amounts it has been shown and proven to be quite safe. While traveling once I had a severe tooth infection to the point where I was having heart palpitations and yet I started on silver and in one day the infection was gone, I kept using it for 4 more days. When I returned home I went to the dentist, no infection and never had Problem with that tooth again. Antibiotics can be very damaging and sometimes can kill people, I personally prefer silver and use antibiotics only if silver does not work.
You apparently are not interested in natural or even functional medicine and very much old school.
Solid Interview on Workout Nutrition!
This is the best interview I've heard on pre and post workout nutrition - thank you!