Are you, or someone you know, living with an autoimmune disease like Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis? It can be an overwhelming, confusing, and frustrating health journey to understand for both the patient, and anyone else involved like family members, friends, and coworkers.
Join Sandy Robinson, Certified Health Coach, Personal Trainer, Personal Fitness Chef, and Mompreneur, as she bridges the information and communication gap between patients, caregivers, family members, friends, and coworkers, by making what she calls, “The Hashimoto’s Connection.” Hear encouraging interviews with other Hashimoto’s patients, latest treatment options and techniques shared by medical practitioners and professionals, and helpful tips shared from her own personal Hashimoto’s journey.
If you are ready to bridge the information gap between you and your caregivers, relieve frustrations and misunderstandings with family, friends, and co-workers who just don’t seem to get it, or, if you need to be encouraged, informed, and equipped for a positive Hashimoto’s lifestyle, then this podcast is for you!
How to Choose the Right Brand of Supplements
Today’s episode will be some brief guidance on how to tell if your supplement brand has the ingredients it claims to have, and whether or not it has any other ingredients or harmful contaminants. I will discuss how to research a brand on your own, and a few independent organizations that offer their “seal of approval” and what that “seal of approval” actually means.
Questions and Conversations You Should Have With Your Doctor at Your Next Hashimoto's Appointment
When faced with a Hashimoto’s and/ or Hypothyroid diagnosis, it may feel like you aren’t even sure where to begin. Depending on the doctor you are working with, they may know very little about what it means to have Hashimoto’s and therefore have very little information to offer for help.
I will briefly discuss questions to ask in 5 different categories: Treatment Options, Symptoms, Blood work, Associated Symptoms, and Follow Up.
Interview with Sarah Yaw CTRC: How Trauma Affects Our Risk for Autoimmune Disease
Interview with Certified Trauma Recovery Coach, Sarah Yaw, on the topic of trauma and how it is linked with our health. Join me and Sarah as we discuss what trauma is, what some of the most common types of trauma are that people endure but either avoid or don’t know how to deal with it, how trauma is linked with autoimmune conditions like Hashimoto’s, and some actionable steps you can implement today to help yourself towards the path of recovery and healing.
Hashimoto's and Anxiety and Hacks to Help
Anxiety can be a major symptom of Hashimoto’s as well as a trigger for Hashimoto’s to flare. Learning how to identify anxiety and some helpful tools to overcome it could make all the difference in your recovery plan. I will briefly review some of my research on what it is, some of the symptoms, some of the possible disorders, and some possible ways to overcome anxiety using my LEANWell 4 step checklist: Lifestyle, Exercise, Attitude, and Nutrition.
Everyday Endocrine Disruptors and How To Avoid Them
Endocrine Disruptors, what they are, where you may find them, how to reduce exposure, and healthy swaps that you can make to reduce your toxic load and ideally improve your health as a result.
You can find the transcript of this episode including resource links on my website at www.coachsandyrobinson.com
A Hashimoto's Story: Meet Gabi
Meet my friend Gabi. She has an interesting Hashimoto's story with personal success going Gluten free. She also has some helpful tips for family members and friends who'd like to show support to their loved one with Hashimoto's.
Such an amazing resource
This podcast is such an amazing resource for those with Hashimotos. I’m newly diagnosed and it’s such a disappointment see how misunderstood this disease is. It’s so beneficial to hear other people’s stories and first person advised. Thanks so much for creating this podcast and community. You are helping so many people
This is a great place to learn what to do for yourself. She gives lots of resources and tips. So helpful and validating!
I have a new Hashimoto diagnosis and was researching everything! This podcast gave me hope and direction!!