Your Thyroid is not the problem.
There is a common misconception that Graves Disease is caused by the thyroid. It is not. The thyroid is actually the victim of an out of control immune system which is mistakenly sending out antibodies to attack and over stimulate your thyroid, causing it to produce high levels of thyroid hormones which result in debilitating symptoms.
Graves Disease can be healed.
The good news is that there is an ever increasing body of peer-reviewed scientific research and patient success stories, which show that by improving critical factors such as gut wall integrity, diet and nutritional deficiencies, lifestyle, and environmental triggers, the immune system can be reset and you can stop the production of the antibodies which are causing this harm.
Treat the cause, not the symptoms.
Fighting Graves is a 12 week program that is based on this body of research and evidence, controlled studies and documented results amongst Graves and many other autoimmune patients. It is an easy-to-follow, downloadable ebook that was written by me, a Graves patient and contains everything I learned and did to successfully reverse my Graves Disease and achieve complete remission. It has been used by many others to reverse their Graves Disease too.
Thank you so much for creating this guide. It has changed my life, I was diagnosed with Graves six months ago, and thought i would be on medicines for the rest of my life. I was smart enough to get your guide and follow it religiously. Today I got my lab results back and my hormone levels are back to normal. I cannot thank you enough.
Wanted to share good news with you. I have been off meds since December. My latest test for antibodies didn’t find any – I am now in remission. I am a Doctor and your program has completely changed how I treat my patients. Thanks a million.
- Sean, New Jersey, USA
I have completed the 12 weeks remission program successfully. After 3 months, now my levels are in the normal range. After 3 years this is such a huge leap for me. Thank you so much for writing this book. You've inspired me and helped me find a clear way out of this mess. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
- Amy, Sydney, Australia
The problems with Thyroid removal
A diagnosis of Graves disease usually results in a prescription of an anti-thyroid drug to reduce the high thyroid hormone levels, followed swiftly by a recommendation to remove the thyroid itself via surgery or radioactive iodine treatment. Doctors call this ‘definitive treatment’ but it is far from definitive for two main reasons.
The thyroid is a vital organ and the hormones it produces are critical to the functioning of nearly every other organ in your body. This means that if it is removed, you will have to take a synthetic hormone every day, for the rest of your life. Many people become hypothyroid as they struggle to find the perfect dosage of synthetic hormone to keep them balanced, and this brings with it a host of awful symptoms including extreme weight gain, exhaustion, temperature sensitivity, muscle pain and depression.
2. An errant immune system
You still have an errant immune system which will continue to go on producing antibodies which can attack the eyes, making them bulge and causing double-vision, and they frequently attack the skin, causing painful scaly lesions. An errant immune system can also go on to cause problems elsewhere, which is why Graves patients are at much higher risk of developing other autoimmune conditions such as Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus.
Why you need this guide
It's written by a patient, for patients.
Fighting Graves is the guide I wish I’d had when I was first diagnosed with Graves disease. It is written in plain English and systematically lays out a step by step program to follow.
It’s research based, not quackery.
The guide is based on the latest facts, evidence, research and studies on Graves disease and autoimmunity – not the kooky, baseless theories so commonly found in alternative treatment literature.
It’s much more than diet tweaks.
Poor gut health is implicated in every autoimmune disease studied so far. Addressing this requires much more than than removing 'non-AIP' foods such as gluten and dairy.
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