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The Hashimoto's Healing Diet: Anti-inflammatory Strategies for Losing Weight, Boosting Your Thyroid, and Getting Your Energy Back Paperback – September 11, 2018
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Marc Ryan, L.Ac., is a graduate of Cornell University and a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in the State of California, who practices functional medicine. After suffering from his own battle with Hashimoto's and discovering an alternative approach to healing it, he decided to devote his life to doing everything he could to help others find hope, help, and healing. In the last four years, he has spent thousands of hours researching, working with, and talking to over 2,000 Hashimoto's patients.
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At its heart, this is a book designed to expand our healing horizons as Hashimoto's patients, by introducing the tenets of traditional Chinese medicine in a digestible format. Ryan succeeds at doing this while honoring the complexity of true health, and bringing ancient knowledge back to the forefront. I came away with a restored belief that physical, emotional, spiritual, and environmental health are not separate; that we cannot 'attack' our systems into good health; and that the 'properties' of the foods we eat (according to traditional Chinese medicine) can add a layer of healing-power to our diets that other approaches lack.