Thanksgiving gift

Dear friend, It is thanksgiving season: time to remind ourselves about all we are grateful for. We love this old American holiday which traces its roots all the way back to 1621. What better time to thank and nourish yourselves by making use of the only worldwide e-health evidence-based products of help for Hashimoto’s. You […]

Time to celebrate

We have something to celebrate! After years of helping Hashimoto’s patients in her practice, Dr. Anna Huysse wanted to make accessible the knowledge and expertise she has been sharing with people who came to visit her in her practice. In this way, Hashimoto.Help was born: offering evidence-based online services to Hashimoto’s patients at any stage […]

Educating cells to stop attacking

The Stem Cell Educator is an immune system retraining method, educating the immune cells that had been destroying cells so they stop attacking. It has been developed for treatment of people with people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Moreover, it is expected that the treatment could help with other autoimmune diseases such as […]

The truth about body fat

The ultimate problem in obesity isn’t too many calories stored in fat, it’s too few in the blood stream, where it will be accessible to fuel the body’s needs. Dr. David Ludwig ad his research team showed that after just one month of carbohydrate restriction, metabolism improves, allowing for increased carbohydrate intake without adverse effects […]

Dogs can detect hypoglycemia

Hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar level) is common by autoimmune disorders and Hashimoto’s in particular. The reliable detection of low blood sugar has been a longstanding concern. Dogs can detect hypoglycemia. The hypothesis is that they can do that by detecting the scent of hypoglycemia. Besides olfactory cues, dogs may respond to subtle changes in their […]

Low blood sugar levels

Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar levels), so common by autoimmune diseases, can be both a cause of and result of HPA axis dysregulation. Three endocrine glands: the Hypothalamus, the Pituitary gland, and the Adrenal glands and their interactions constitute the HPA axis. HPA axis controls our reactions to stress and body processes (e.g. immune system, energy […]

Immunological abnormalities and psychiatric disorders

Little is known about the etiology of psychiatric disorders as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and psychosis. Though patients show immunological abnormalities. New research findings explain the pathogenesis of psychiatric symptoms by the interaction between stress, cytokines, the Hypothalamic–Pituitary–Adrenal axis, autoimmunity, and the brain. Neuroinflammation and peripheral immune dysregulation play a role in bipolar disorder. Neuroinflammation is […]

Salt is a solution for chronic disease

For long health experts have warned us to watch our sodium intake. Too much salt is said to cause high blood pressure, the top risk factor in heart disease, kidney disease, and strokes. But according to Dr. James DiNicolantonio, author of “The Salt Fix: Why the Experts Got it All Wrong—and How Eating More Might […]

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