Did you know that nowadays Hashimoto’s disease still presents a complete and utter mystery to medical science?
If you or a loved one are forced to deal with this condition, then make sure you read this article.
You never know when it might prove to be of great help.
And if you don’t have any related problems, then I recommend you maybe even print it and keep it saved somewhere. Because it might save your life one day.
So let’s go back to answer the question in case:
Why is Hashimoto’s considered to be an incurable problem?
The answer is simple.
Doctors don’t really know what’s causing it. They may tell you things like your body is attacking itself. But that’s far from being true.
The Actual Cause of Your Thyroid Condition: The Truth
In almost 99.9% of all cases of Hashimoto’s, hypothyroidism, and hyperthyroidism, the actual cause of all these is a pathogen. Something called (EBV), which is short for the Epstein-Barr Virus.
So that’s when your body actually does its best to heal itself. And not turn against you. It actually tries to suppress the virus that’s generating all of symptoms:
- weight gain.
- paleness or puffiness of the face.
- joint and muscle pain.
- inability to get warm.
- difficulty getting pregnant.
- joint and muscle pain.
„So if it’s a virus, then why aren’t doctors telling you about it? Isn’t it revealed in blood tests?”
That’s actually a solid case you make. However, the truth of the matter is that by the time these symptoms show up, the virus has already burrowed so deep into your thyroid that the virus can no longer be found in your bloodstream.
And it has actually made the transition towards a more serious stage of infection.
So then how can you flush the EPV that’s harming you out of your body?
It’s easy. Start by eating the foods supporting the healing of your thyroid.
Sulfur-rich vegetables like
- & Brussels sprouts.
… contain beneficial phytochemical compounds with ghost like qualities. Meaning that they move through your organs and glands and go straight for the virus.
Fruits that Kill EPV
It’s also best to include all of the foods below, at least three of them/day (it should take you roughly 2 weeks to include them all in your diet):
- fruits: wild blueberries, raspberries, grapefruit, pomegranates, papaya, apricots, elderberry;
- oils: coconut oil;
- vegetables: celery, sprouts, asparagus, lettuce, kale, sweet potatoes, cucumbers, fennel, spinach;
- roots: ginger, licorice root, etc.;
- herbs: cilantro, parsley, lemon balm, nettle leaf, red clover.
What feeds the EPV?
Avoid eggs or gluten (a protein) which can be found in:
- Malt in various forms including: malted barley flour, malted milk or milkshakes, malt extract, malt syrup, malt flavoring, malt vinegar.
- Brewer’s Yeast.
Because these are foods which FUEL the Epstein-Barr virus.
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To your health!