How To Overcome Graves' Disease & Hashimoto's thyroiditis
Graves' disease and Hashimoto's are autoimmune conditions that affect the thyroid gland, yet most medical doctors don't do anything to address the autoimmune component.
While many people with Hashimoto's thyroiditis are told to take thyroid hormone replacement, those with Graves' disease are usually given one of three treatment options by their endocrinologist:
Option #1: Take antithyroid medication for 1 or 2 years and pray that they will go into remission.
Option #2: Obliterate the thyroid gland through radioactive iodine.
Option #3: Surgically remove the thyroid gland.
While conventional medical treatment is sometimes necessary for both Graves' disease and Hashimoto's, it's crazy that most doctors don't do anything to address the cause of the problem.
I personally dealt with Graves' disease, and while the endocrinologist I saw didn't pressure me to receive radioactive iodine (she did give me a prescription for Methimazole), she also didn't do anything to find or address the underlying cause.
The good news is that it is possible to reverse the autoimmune component and get your health back. After being diagnosed with Graves' disease in the fall of 2008, I was able to restore my health and avoid radioactive iodine, and I've been in remission since 2009. Since then I've helped many people with Graves' disease and Hashimoto's restore their health as well.
My team and I are going to personally help YOU get on the road to recovery during our 21-Day Overcoming Graves' Disease and Hashimoto's Challenge (starts November 2nd!):
The 21-day challenge will include the following...
Component #1: Daily Overcoming Graves' & Hashimoto's Video Lesson
During this daily 20-45 minute recorded lesson I will focus on a different topic that is essential to overcoming your autoimmune thyroid condition. There will be one lesson every day for 21 consecutive days (although a few lessons include multiple videos). If you're interested in the specific topics that will be presented please check out the video below where I discuss the 21-day challenge calendar.
Component #2: Daily (M-F) 30-45 minute live group coaching session
The live group coaching calls will take place on Zoom, which is very easy to use on computers, mobile phones, and tablets. And if you are unable to attend live you'll have the opportunity to email your questions during the separate Q & A sessions (discussed below). For those who choose to join live, the way it works is that I'll send you a link to join the call, and if you are using a mobile phone or tablet you'll need to install the free app. I will record every coaching session and post the recordings in a private membership area for those who are unable to attend live. As for the time of the coaching sessions, I will rotate them to accommodate those in different time zones. Most calls will take place either 1pm or 8:30pm Eastern time (New York time zone), although there might be a couple taking place at 12pm and 9pm ET.
Component #3: Recording of each coaching call for those who are unable to attend live
I already mentioned this, and of course I hope most people will be able to attend at least 2 or 3 live sessions per week, although I'll add that with my last two longer challenges (30 and 21 days) I had some participants who didn't attend the live calls, but simply watched the recordings and emailed their questions.
Component #4: Daily priority action step
I want people to take action, but I want the action steps to be attainable, which is why there will be a single priority action step each day, although at times there will be one or two additional action steps that aren't as urgent.
Component #5: Access to a private members-only group
We want you to build relationships with one another and enjoy this challenge together. One way we accomplished this in April was through the live coaching calls, but another way was through the private members-only group we had. Since not everyone wants to be on Facebook we hosted this on a platform called Kajabi, and while we did have a lot of people participate, we realized that there are some limitations to Kajabi. So as crazy as this may sound, for this challenge I'm going to have two private members-only groups...one in Kajabi, and one in Facebook. And so you can join either one of these groups, or both if you'd like! In April we had over 130 participants, and so if we have a similar turnout this time I think there will be enough engagement in both groups. I’ll pop in these groups every now and then, but I plan on having my nutritional health coaches moderate the groups.
Component #6: Weekly 90 minute live Q & A session
Although I’ll be answering some questions during the daily coaching calls, these will only be around 45 minutes, and I will be focusing on answering live questions. But there will also be three separate live Q & A sessions (one per week) during the 21-day challenge hosted by yours truly. These will be at least 90 minutes long, although in April I exceeded two hours with each of the Q & A sessions, as my goal is to answer ALL questions! I'll once again rotate the day and times to accommodate those in different time zones. However, unlike the daily coaching calls, if you are unable to attend any of the Q & A sessions live you can email your questions ahead of time.
You Get All of This For A Single Payment of $49
If you watch the video on top of this page you'll see dozens of people rave about the last challenge I had in April, and I think it's safe to say that every single one of them easily got back their investment. So once again, to join this challenge it will only require a single payment of $49.
OPTIONAL: 45-minute one-on-one "Find My Food Triggers" diet and lifestyle call with a certified nutritional health coach
CALENDAR OVERVIEW OF THE 21-DAY CHALLENGE:
BONUS: Get Access to Our Overcoming Thyroid Autoimmunity
Pre-training Videos: ($97 Value). You will get immediate access to these pre-training videos upon signing up for the 21-day challenge. The topics are discussed in the calendar overview video.