ABOUT THE RECORDINGWhat is it? This downloadable audio recording is a recording from Joyful Belly's library on digestive health and wellness, given by John Immel, founder of Joyful Belly.
How it Works Once you place your order, you will receive instructions on how to download and listen to this lecture. Presentations include a 45 min lecture followed by Q&A to give you an in depth Ayurvedic perspective on specific disorders.
In the Presentation Presentations are easy to understand for the layperson but comprehensive for health practitioners. By the end of the presentation, you will learn the following skills
TRADITIONALLY INDICATED FOR THESE SYMPTOMSRemedies for Hypothyroid may be beneficial for these symptoms. The suitability of any product for a condition is highly dependent on the individual. Please see your doctor before using this product to treat a medical condition.
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What can one do for Hashimoto's thyroiditis?
Ayurveda traditionally recommended an ojas building diet and regular meal times and sleeping routine to pacify high Vata. Coconut oil specifically nourishes the thyroid and metabolism. Hashimoto's is quite complicated, maybe think about a consultation.
John, the information is very good. One thing that I feel very confused about is the recommendation to add more food with hot, sharp, and mobile qualities for people with an aggravated pitta. I am a Pitta-Vatta individual and suffer from vitiated Kapha in connection with Hypothyroidism. My problem always seems to get better with a Kapha-pacifying diet but, at the same time, it aggravates Pitta and Vata. How is this to be handled?Also, I notice that recommended foods like Kelp definitely increase my iodine but also drive down my body temperature way too much.
It sounds like you would benefit from a one on one consultation so that we could create a plan tailored for your unique needs. One thing that may help is to follow a Kapha pacifying diet emphasizing more bitter and astringent tastes (which also pacify Pitta) and following a good daily routine to pacify Vata. It's hard to get more specific with such little information about you.