Originally Posted by Monaco
Yup, D3 is the trick. You can say Americans are lacking proper D3, you can get it naturally from Sunshine and wild Salmon (about a pound a week is enough, I believe).
I haven't been sick since Dec. 2008, no idea why. I used to get sick once a year in the winter time but since then I haven't gotten sick once. I try to make 80% of the food I eat whole and natural and keep my gut flora strong with lots of cultured...
I rarely become ill any longer. I take enough vitamin D3 to keep my testing levels between 60 to 70ng/ml and that has been good at keeping me flu free.
Higher vitamin D level linked with reduced risk of infection
I take vitamin D3, fish oil, magnesium, turmeric, vitamin K2, krill oil, melatonin, and potassium. I learned how to take these supplements at the correct dosages from several sights, but in particular learned a great deal from this physician's blog.
You might take a look at slow burn exercises. It requires light to no weights. I've been doing slow burn for only the past week at the gym, but am impressed. It really places pressure onto the muscles, more so than I've experienced before.
That sucks. Don't have Hashimoto's disease, but have read of others with it. Don't think this will help you, but have been reading about the potential problem with our nations attempt to lower sodium. Salt is often fortified with iodine, which helps keep our thyroid glands healthy. With out iodine, we'll be seeing more goiters basically.
Don't think iodine will help with your condition at this point though. ...
I thought this was to funny! Charlie Gilmour, son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, was found protesting rising education costs in the UK. I guess education is important for the Gilmour family after all.