Hashimoto's Disease is One of the Top #1 Autoimmune Disorders

The powerful autoimmune attacks against the thyroid can be quite serious. It tends to affect women more than men. 

Our Hashimotos Disease Atlanta, Ga specialist understands how to calm the immune system to stop the attacks. 

Hashimoto's Disease: Atlanta Ga is a top #1 autoimmune condition

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Symptoms of Hashimotos Disease:

  • fatigue
  • anxiety
  • mood swings
  • weight gain
  • irritable bowel
  • enlarged thyroid
  • thyroid nodules
  • difficulty swallowing
  • stiff joints and muscle pain
  • hair loss 
  • irregular periods 
  • infertility 

Hi, I am Alane, and yes, I understand Hashimotos Disease, Atlanta, Ga. I have hypothyroid and hashimotos and reduced my thyroid antibodies in only six weeks.  

I have noticed that, like most autoimmune conditions, Hashimoto’s disease tends to run throughout the generations. The symptoms can be the same or different per individual. The symptoms also tend to worsen after pregnancies.

If you live in the Atlanta, Ga area, I can help. If you live out of the state of Georgia, I can help.

Virtual and in-Person Appointments: Monday – Friday 9-4 EST  

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Ladies, do you know something is wrong with your thyroid in your gut, but all labs keep coming up normal? If you hope to find someone who will listen to you, believe you, and prove you right, you found her! I understand thyroid levels and antibodies and know how to test for them and improve them.

I went ten long years without a diagnosis, and I, too, knew something was wrong with my thyroid gland. Sitting in a terrific class many years ago on Hashimotos disease, a light bulb went off, and everything made sense. Labs proved me correct.


Nutritionally Yours is located near Atlanta, GA,  We serve the entire Metro Atlanta, Ga area plus all of the United States. 

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I am very grateful for your help in teaching me how food can affect my thyroid. My diet was causing a sluggish thyroid which was contributing to my fatigue, weight gain, and depression. For many years I was told that I was depressed and needed to take antidepressants and that there wasn’t anything else wrong with me. I feel better than I have in years Thank you!”

Sincerely,
Denise McKee