The Hashimoto's 4-Week Plan: A Holistic Guide to Treating Hypothyroidism

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Callisto Publishing, Mar 1, 2016 - Health & Fitness - 268 pages
"The Hashimoto's 4-Week Plan will be the book that I give to all of the clients who come to me seeking nutritional strategies for managing their Hashimoto's symptoms."—Sara Peternell, MNT

From The Author of The Hashimoto's Cookbook & Action Plan Your Customized Lifestyle Plan For Better Health With 75 Quick & Easy Recipes Using 5 Main Ingredients or Fewer

If you already own The Hashimoto's Cookbook and Action Plan, now it's time to enhance your journey to wellness with a revolutionary Hashimoto's lifestyle plan. In The Hashimoto's 4-Week Plan, you'll learn to adapt lifestyle strategies by addressing the physical and emotional symptoms of hypothyroidism.

Packed with inspiration and ideas for managing your Hashimoto's holistically, The Hashimoto's 4-Week Plan combines lifestyle advice, emotional support, and dietary tips with a practical meal plan featuring easy-to-make, Hashimoto's-friendly recipes. The empowering strategies help you achieve a healthier diet, better sleep, and greater self-compassion so you discover the path to wellness—on your own terms. By committing to four weeks, you will take important steps toward a lifetime of better health.

The Hashimoto's 4-Week Plan provides practical strategies to help you:
  • EAT HEALTHIER: A convenient meal plan, shopping lists, and 75 delicious recipes that use 5 main ingredients or fewer
  • SLEEP BETTER: Action-oriented tips to improve sleep hygiene
  • REDUCE STRESS: Practical advice to manage stress and anxiety
  • PRACTICE SELF-COMPASSION: Simple step-by-step exercises and daily checklists to treat yourself with kindness

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About the author (2016)

KAREN FRAZIER is the author of books about metaphysics, crystal healing, energy healing, dream interpretation, and the paranormal. She holds a Bachelor of Metaphysical Science (B.MSc) and a Masters of Metaphysical Science (M.MSc) as well as a PhD in Metaphysical Parapsychology from the University of Sedona. She lives with her husband in Southwest Washington.

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