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  • Interview with Marion Gray about Thyroid Disease  - New June 2008

Interview with Marion Gray about Thyroid Disease and Natural Remedies

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How did you first know that you had thyroid disease?

That was after I had my first daughter, she is 24 years old now. I felt very tired, never seemed like I recouped from it. And I blamed it on the fact that I had a baby. All the symptoms were there but I didn't pay attention to it. Again after awhile I felt dizzy and I thought that was because she was born at home   I had just had a baby and was working fulltime.
And than I began seeing things that looked like little black bugs and there were no little black bugs. That scared me enough
to go to the doctor. The doctor did a blood test, and it indicated the problem was the thyroid. For about a year and a half all the symptoms were there and I didn't realize it was the thyroid.

So what did the Doctor say you needed to do?

Take a prescription for something called Synthroid and told me to take these little pills the rest of my life. 

What Medications are you using?

For 17 years I took Synthroid and I didn't know that there was anything different. A couple of years ago  I found a site and I started learning about a prescription that was called Armour and that it
is called a natural remedy medication because it is taken from a pig. So I switched to Armour because it was natural. 

Are there any side effects from the medications you are taking? There are two medications that you are taking. There is the Synthroid and than there is the Armour.
I understand that you use natural remedies to deal with the side effects. 

Yerba Mate helps build immune system and energy. Chia seeds help keep the body hydrated.

How did you first learn about yerba mate?

I learned about yerba mate after I first opened the store and I switched medications.

How did you first learn about chia seeds?

I learned that they keep your body hydrated and they have a lot of protein, which I use for energy.
I learned about them on a thyroid site just after I opened my store.

How long have you used chia.

6 years.

So you have been using chia seeds for 6 years and you haven't had problems or side effects from taking them?

No. 

You have had the Natural Remi-Teas store open for 6 years. Have your customers had any problems or side effects from taking them?

No, not that I know of.

How do you take chia?

I make it into a gel or I just use dry seeds in drinks.

Are there any chia recipes that you use?

I don't use any recipes, since I am not a baker.

Can you bake with chia seeds?

Oh yeah

Darn that Thyroid


       This month I would like to talk about a certain medical condition. As I have stated, I myself have Hashimotos under active thyroid. I was diagnosed in 1985. There are millions of people who have this condition and millions more who are not yet aware of it or know what is wrong with them. I have learned many people do not know what not to do to help themselves.

       I myself wish I had looked into it more long before I actually did. I just went to the doctor and had the test and took the medication that was prescribed to me. I have never or never
will blame my doctor for my own ignorance as far as not taking the time to research my own condition. For 17 years I lived with the way it made me feel everyday. I had been doing things that were contradicting my thyroid and medication.

       Once I took the time to actually learn more about it, I learned what to stop doing and start doing to help myself. I still take my medication and see my doctor. I just do what I know I need to do to help them help me. No one is going to care as much about you as you do, and no one is going to feel the way you feel but you.

       I have noticed over and over people want a quick fix especially when it comes to weight loss. Your thyroid controls your metabolism. If you totally understand how it functions and the consequences of it being damaged, many I am sure would decide trying to change the normal function of a major organ in your body to lose a few pounds. Its not worth the consequences if it is damaged for life.

       People are buying things with a list of ingredients that you can't even pronounce half the ingredients much less know what they are and what they could do to you. Once you put it into your body you can't take it out.

       Please do not take a bottle of anything until you know what each ingredient is. You may have a condition that could be worsened if you take it. If you have any medical condition, take the time for yourself to learn about it and the changes you need to make in your life. Then make those changes.

       I don't blame my doctor for making me take so long to feel better. I blame myself. I learned about the thyroid because I have to live with the symptoms. There is no more motivation than
that to learn as much as I can, and it is my body.

       Since opening my store I am amazed at how many people in my own area have the condition. Your body controls your metabolism, hormones, body temperature, and in short your body. Please
take the time to learn about it. Thank you. Hope everything I said helps someone. I just felt I needed to say it.

       As always consult with your doctor when adding herbs or any substance to your diet. Research products, become knowledgeable, and draw your own conclusions.

Chia seeds for heartburn, IBS, and GERD?
                      
     I myself have Gerd (Gastro Esophagus Reflux Disease), acute gastritis, a  gastric ulcer and IBS. I have dealt with these conditions for almost 20 years.  I have taken all the medications from Tagament to Prevacid. In using the  Chia Seeds myself, I always told my customers not to use the Chia Seeds  without a fluid because it would hydrate from the fluid in your stomach.
 
    One day my stomach was hurting real bad because of the acid. I took one tablespoon of dried seeds with just enough water to get them down. I waited  for five minutes and then I drank more water to finish hydrating the seeds.  It worked! The seeds hydrated from the acid in my stomach.
The pain stopped. :)
 
    Chia seed supplies fiber in 2 forms: the outer coat is insoluble which means it won't dissolve in water and the inner coat which soluble and will dissolve  in water. The outer coat contains cellulose and lingin to help to prevent or ease constipation and the inner coat type has been found helpful in lowering  cholesteral and diabetes.
 
    Chia seed is a hydrophillic colloid. It absorbs a large amount of water and becomes a gelatinous mass in your stomach.The Chia’s hydrophilic colloidal  properties aid the digestion of any foods.  Even if you have sensitivity to  certain foods, they may be tolerated with slight discomfort or none at all if  a hydrophilic colloid is made a part of your diet.
 
     I also recommend them to my customers who have IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) because of the high soluble fiber in the Chia Seed gel.  Only if you have a  lot of acid in your stomach, should you take them dry with no water till five  minutes later.
 
     Many of my customers have asked me are there side affects from Chia Seeds? There are no none side affects that we know of. They have also asked  can you receive any adverse reactions to Chia Seeds? We have not known of any from  any of our customers in the 6 years we have been in business.
 
    The part that impressed me the most was that I was relieving the pain as well as getting all the benefits the seeds have to offer. Now I do recommend taking the Chia Seeds dry only if you have a lot of acid in your stomach. At 10 cents a serving it is a natural alternative to high price prescription
drugs. 
 

Why I opened my Natural Remi-Teas Store

       I have been asked many times why I opened my store Natural Remi Teas. In 1985 I was diagnosed with Hashimitotos hypothyroidism (under active thyroid which has destroyed my immune system). For 17 years I took the thyroid medication, which my doctor prescribed, to me without asking questions. 

      Over the years I developed other conditions such as Ulcers, GERD, Gastritis
and IBS. Over the years I learned what your thyroid controls in your body by living with the symptoms. It controls your hormones, metabolism, organ functions, etc, basically your whole body.

       Three years ago I decided to spend as much time learning as much as I could about my condition. I learned I had been my own worst enemy. There were other medications I could take; foods I had been eating were working against my thyroid and my medication. I learned the truth about fluoride and soy and how they affect your thyroid. Once I went to my doctor with this information I found out what I had learned was right.

       It is estimated there are 22 million Americans with thyroid conditions. Most do not truly understand what it does or the things they have to change in their diets once they have been
diagnosed. Once I made the changes to stop fighting the medicine and let it work I decided to address the issue of my immune system. 

     It was what had destroyed my thyroid in the first place. I read about a tea called Yerba Mate, which helps build your immune system, and began drinking it. Between switching to a different medication, avoiding the foods that would interfere with my medication and building my immune system back up I began to feel better.

      I am amazed now since I opened my store how many in my own area have this condition. Most of us are like I was, doing things in their daily life that are working against themselves. It is not enough to just take the prescription that is given to you. You have to take the time to learn about your condition. 

     One of the biggest complaints of thyroid patients is weight gain. Instead of trying to alter your body's normal metabolism to lose weight take the time to make sure your thyroid is functioning normal. A blood test will determine if it is working properly. Overactive thyroid can be very dangerous to your health also.

      On my website www.naturalremi-teas.com I discuss the thyroid and also have links to sites of interest with thyroid. If you suspect you may have this condition or know someone who does please take time to research it. The information is out there you just need to take the time for yourself to learn about it. It was myself learning about my thyroid that led me to open this store so I could help others learn as I have. If you have any questions you may call
me Marion Gray at 1-866-428-0575

Marion Gray, suffering from an underactive thyroid, starts store and helps others.

I have been asked many times why I opened my store Natural Remi Teas. In 1985 I was diagnosed with Hashimitotos hypothyroidism (under active thyroid which has destroyed my immune system). For 17 years I took the thyroid medication, which my doctor prescribed, to me without asking questions. Over the years I developed other conditions such as Ulcers, GERD, Gastritis and IBS. Over the years I learned what your thyroid controls in your body by living with the symptoms. It controls your hormones, metabolism, organ functions, etc, basically your whole body.

       Three years ago I decided to spend as much time learning as much as I could about my condition. I learned I had been my own worst enemy. There were other medications I could take; foods I had been eating were working against my thyroid and my medication. 

     I learned the truth about fluoride and soy and how they affect your thyroid. Once I went to my doctor with this information I found out what I had learned was right.

       It is estimated there are 22 million Americans with thyroid conditions. Most do not truly understand what it does or the things they have to change in their diets once they have been
diagnosed. Once I made the changes to stop fighting the medicine and let it work I decided to address the issue of my immune system. 

     It was what had destroyed my thyroid in the first place. I read about a tea called Yerba Mate, which helps build your immune system, and began drinking it. Between switching to a different medication, avoiding the foods that would interfere with my medication and building my immune system back up I began to feel better.

      I am amazed now since I opened my store how many in my own area have this condition. Most of us are like I was, doing things in their daily life that are working against themselves. It is not enough to just take the prescription that is given to you. You have to take the time to learn about your condition. 

     One of the biggest complaints of thyroid patients is weight gain. Instead of trying to alter your body's normal metabolism to lose weight take the time to make sure your thyroid is functioning normal. A blood test will determine if it is working properly. Overactive thyroid can be very dangerous to your health also.

       On my website www.naturalremi-teas.com I discuss the thyroid and also have links to sites of interest with thyroid. If you suspect you may have this condition or know someone who does please take time to research it. The information is out there you just need to take the time for yourself to learn about it. It was myself learning about my thyroid that led me to open this store so I could help others learn as I have. If you have any questions you may call
me Marion Gray at 1-866-428-0575

Marion Gray, suffering from an underactive thyroid, starts store and helps others.

     Looking for a nutritious addition to your diet? Chia seeds, soaked in water, may be it. A traditional food, valued by indigenous people in arid regions of North America and South America, chia seeds contain all of the essential amino acids, a high percentage of alpha-linolenic acid, and many vitamins and minerals. 

    Apaches, Aztecs, Mayans, and many other tribes have long used the seeds to promote stamina and energy. Protein accounts for 19% to 23% of chia seed, making it richer in protein, by weight, than any other known seed or grain. About 32% to 39% of the seed is oil – 60% to 63% of which is omega-3 (alpha-linolenic) – and the rest is omega-6, making an unusually favorable omega-3 to omega-6 ratio of 3:2.

    Chia is a richer source of alpha-linolenic acid, an essential fat that the body uses to make EPA and DHA, than flaxseed. Unlike flaxseeds, chia seeds contain antioxidants (chlorogeneic acid, caffeic acid, and flavonol glycosides) that slow oxidation of the fragile oil. Chia seed also contains all the B vitamins, including a significant amount of thiamin (B1). One ounce of seed provides 29% of the RDA for thiamin. The seed is also a rich source of calcium; 100 grams of seed (about two ounces) contains 600 milligrams. 

    The same amount of milk provides 120 milligrams of calcium. Chia seed also contains phosphorus, potassium, zinc, boron, and copper. Finally, chia is an excellent source of soluble and insoluble fiber. 

     In addition to its nutritional benefits, chia has the ability to absorb at least nine times its volume in water or other liquid. Mucilloid-soluble fiber in the seed's outer layer protects it from drying-out in the desert air. That same fiber forms a gel when it comes in contact with liquid, including stomach juices. This gel is credited with slowing digestion and preventing quick rises in blood sugar levels. 

    It also helps prolong hydration. Making the gel is very easy. Simply pour one part chia seed into nine or ten times as much water or juice and mix with a fork or whisk. (Pouring water onto the seed will cause clumping.) Let it stand for a few minutes, then mix again.

    James F. Scheer, author of The Magic of Chia, suggests letting the gel set for at least 15 minutes before using. It can be stored in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. The gel has a tapioca-like consistency and virtually non-existent taste, so it can be easily added to hot cereals, batter for pancakes or French toast, yogurt, breads, and puddings. Using prepared chia gel in salad dressings, dips, milkshakes, etc., adds volume without adding calories, since the gel is primarily water.

    Looking for a nutritious addition to your diet? Chia seeds, soaked in water, may be it. A traditional food, valued by indigenous people in arid regions of North America and South America, chia seeds contain all of the essential amino acids, a high percentage of alpha-linolenic acid, and many vitamins and minerals. Apaches, Aztecs, Mayans, and many other tribes have long used the seeds to promote stamina and energy.

 
 
  Protein accounts for 19% to 23% of chia seed, making it richer in protein, by weight, than any other known seed or grain. About 32% to 39% of the seed is oil – 60% to 63% of which is omega-3 (alpha-linolenic) – and the rest is omega-6, making an unusually favorable omega-3 to omega-6 ratio of 3:2.

   Chia is a richer source of alpha-linolenic acid, an essential fat that the body uses to make EPA and DHA, than flaxseed. Unlike flaxseeds, chia seeds contain antioxidants (chlorogeneic acid, caffeic acid, and flavonol glycosides) that slow oxidation of the fragile oil. 

    Chia seed also contains all the B vitamins, including a significant amount of thiamin (B1). One ounce of seed provides 29% of the RDA for thiamin. The seed is also a rich source of calcium; 100 grams of seed (about two ounces) contains 600 milligrams. 

   The same amount of milk provides 120 milligrams of calcium. Chia seed also contains phosphorus, potassium, zinc, boron, and copper. Finally, chia is an excellent source of soluble and insoluble fiber.

    In addition to its nutritional benefits, chia has the ability to absorb at least nine times its volume in water or other liquid. Mucilloid-soluble fiber in the seed's outer layer protects it from drying-out in the desert air. That same fiber forms a gel when it comes in contact with liquid, including stomach juices.

   This gel is credited with slowing digestion and preventing quick rises in blood sugar levels. It also helps prolong hydration. Making the gel is very easy. Simply pour one part chia seed into nine or ten times as much water or juice and mix with a fork or whisk. (Pouring water onto the seed will cause clumping.) Let it stand for a few minutes, then mix again.

   James F. Scheer, author of The Magic of Chia, suggests letting the gel set for at least 15 minutes before using. It can be stored in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. The gel has a tapioca-like consistency and virtually non-existent taste, so it can be easily added to hot cereals, batter for pancakes or French toast, yogurt, breads, and puddings. Using prepared chia gel in salad dressings, dips, milkshakes, etc., adds volume without adding calories, since the gel is primarily water.

Living with Thyroid Disease

        Marion Gray was diagnosed with an under-active thyroid condition, eighteen years earlier.

        In 2001, Marion decided to learn more about her condition,and with her new found knowledge; she decided to open the store now known as Natural Remi-Teas. She states, "I decided to open the store so I could help others learn as I have learned. Marion has customers young and old, and many regulars. Some of them come in just to enjoy the coffee shop side, and end up learning about the herbal aspect of the store as well. When it comes to herbal teas, this is the place to try them and learn how they can be beneficial."

       The three most popular herbal teas that Natural Remi Teas carries are Yerba Mate, White Tea, and Chia Seeds. Yerba Mate helps to release body fat and retain water retention. It is also good for helping to build your immune system. White tea is high in antioxidants. It is actually recommended over green tea, which comes as a surprise to most. White tea also has less caffeine than other teas, and has subtle sweetness to it. Green tea is unhealthy if you have any type of thyroid condition. According to an article
written by Dr. Joseph Mercola, Author of the Total Health Program, "Tea is very high in fluoride content.

      Chia seeds are flavorless, but can be flavored with juice, other beverages or frozen drinks. They help to keep you hydrated, and control your appetite; they are also known to help a lot fighting with cancer, although they are not a cure. Chia seeds are very good for diabetics because they help control blood glucose levels. They do this by slowing down the process of glucose being released into the blood.

       Kathy Regan, a customer using Chia Seeds said, "I recently have
had breast cancer. I also have fibromylagia. I have been taking the Chia Seeds. After taking the Chia Seeds the last couple months, my muscles don't hurt and I have more flexibility. My doctor was amazed and he now is prescribing Chia Seeds to his patients."

       Some other herbal products offered are Gingko Biloba, Guarana
(used in Sobe drinks). Cats Claw and Stone Breaker tea. She also offers Coffees and Chai (iced or hot), Fruit Blasts, Smoothies, Sherbet Whips, and Iced and Hot Cocoa. While Marion does not know if herbal teas can give you a longer life, as she is not a doctor, she says I know Yerba Mate can give you better quality of life, since it builds your immune system.

       As to whether or not it is healthier to add herbal teas to your daily diet, she says that, It depends on the tea. Marion's business is quite successful. She blends the two sides of the store perfectly, whether you want coffee, a smoothie, or an herbal tea. Marion says "she likes helping people to learn what I have learned, and I've made good friends that I never would have made if I hadn't opened the store. She also said of the atmosphere of the store, "its very laid back". I help people learn but I am not a doctor. .
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Spotlight In Messenger Newspaper

B2B Exchange works to bring businesses together

MADISON- Marion Gray, owner of Natural Remi Teas sees the success of her business as a networking issue.

      I want to learn about the local businesses and how they keep their shops going. You can't think that you know everything there is to know about business when other people are doing things differently and with success, she said. That's why Gray jumped to
the chance to join the Madison B2B Exchange, a free business lead and referral network working to establish a web promotion by word of mouth.

      Twenty businesses are represented by the group, but B2B Charter founder Chris Carraher is quick to add that Perry and Geneva business owners are welcome to apply. Any business that has a customer base in Madison is eligible. We just want to be sure the owner is an active part of the business community in Madison, he said.

     B2B members must follow a code of conduct. Honesty with customers and other members of the B2B is required in all transactions. Continued participation in the B2B is also a stipulation
of the membership. Members must provide quality products or services at the same price and quality represented. They also must divulge any necessary information about the product or service to the customer, including dangers or damages that may occur with use.

    We are looking for ethical business owners who are looking to build relationships with business owners to generate more business, Carraher said. He said other B2B groups charge outrageous fees and don't give a lot of results for the price. Madison offers tremendous opportunities to businesses that are customer focused, Carrehar said. We have a great diversity in members, which helps keep the word-of-mouth buzz going, Carrehar said.

     Membership is limited to one business per primary product, service or profession. That rule eliminates a conflict of interest. That way, other members don't have to worry about deciding which business to help promote, Carrehar said. The group is seeking representatives of business offering HVAC, accounting, plumbing, auto body, dental services, medical services, printing, attorney services,  and any other unique businesses.

      The Madison B2B Exchange meets at 7:45am on the first and third Friday of each month at the Madison Public Library. Business owners are looking to join should contact Chris Carrehar by
telephone (440)-466-7233 or email madisonB2Bexchange@hotmail.com

Marion Gray, suffering from an underactive thyroid, starts store and helps others

Those little Seeds
 

       Looking for a nutritious addition to your diet? Chia seeds, soaked in water, may be it. A traditional food, valued by indigenous people in arid regions of North America and South America, chia seeds contain all of the essential amino acids, a high percentage of alpha-linolenic acid, and many vitamins and minerals. Apaches, Aztecs, Mayans, and many other tribes have long used the seeds to promote stamina and energy. 

     Protein accounts for 19% to 23% of chia seed, making it richer in protein, by weight, than any other known seed or grain. About 32% to 39% of the seed is oil – 60% to 63% of which is omega-3 (alpha-linolenic) – and the rest is omega-6, making an unusually favorable omega-3 to omega-6 ratio of 3:2. Chia is a richer source of alpha-linolenic acid, an essential fat that the body uses to make EPA and DHA, than flaxseed. 

     Unlike flaxseeds, chia seeds contain antioxidants (chlorogeneic acid, caffeic acid, and flavonol glycosides) that slow oxidation of the fragile oil. Chia seed also contains all the B vitamins, including a significant amount of thiamin (B1). One ounce of seed provides 29% of the RDA for thiamin. The seed is also a rich source of calcium; 100 grams of seed (about two ounces) contains 600 milligrams. The same amount of milk provides 120 milligrams of calcium. Chia seed also contains phosphorus, potassium, zinc, boron, and copper. Finally, chia is an excellent source of soluble and insoluble fiber.

    In addition to its nutritional benefits, chia has the ability to absorb at least nine times its volume in water or other liquid. Mucilloid-soluble fiber in the seed's outer layer protects it from drying-out in the desert air. That same fiber forms a gel when it comes in contact with liquid, including stomach juices. This gel is credited with slowing digestion and preventing quick rises in blood sugar levels. It also helps prolong hydration. 

    Making the gel is very easy. Simply pour one part chia seed into nine or ten times as much water or juice and mix with a fork or whisk. (Pouring water onto the seed will cause clumping.) Let it stand for a few minutes, then mix again. James F. Scheer, author of The Magic of Chia, suggests letting the gel set for at least 15 minutes before using.

    It can be stored in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. The gel has a tapioca-like consistency and virtually non-existent taste, so it can be easily added to hot cereals, batter for pancakes or French toast, yogurt, breads, and puddings. Using prepared chia gel in salad dressings, dips, milkshakes, etc., adds volume without adding calories, since the gel is primarily water.

   Chia seeds are about to break into the mainstream marketplace with Salba™, a nutrient-dense form of chia developed by two Argentine brothers, Adolfo and Alfredo Mealla. Convinced of chia's nutritional benefits, the men sought a way to make chia seed more visually appealing for use in baked products. Although it didn't make a difference in taste, people complained about the look of the black seeds.

    The brothers used traditional plant breeding techniques (i.e., collecting and planting white chia seeds instead of using the more common black ones) to create Salba™. Salba™ has been the subject of clinical research at the University of Toronto. Researchers have found that the seed reduces inflammation (measured as C-reactive protein), blood pressure, and the risk of cardiovascular disease. It also has a blood thinning effect and helps control diabetes.

    The Toronto-based company Salba Research & Development says that Salba™ has more omega-3 fatty acids and protein than Mexican chia. Its ability to absorb liquid is also greater. The company is collaborating with a Denver-based tortilla chip manufacturer that wants to make a product that is 95% organic corn and five percent Salba™. Salba™ president Larry Brown says the company expects to produce one million pounds of Salba™ by June 2006, with an eventual goal of ten million pounds a year.
 

Looking for a Boost?                                        December 2003

       This month I would like to talk about Guarana. Guarana is from a berry, which grows on the bush Paullinia Cupana in Brazil. If has been used for centuries as a stimulant to fight fatigue. It is also known as an aphrodisiac. In Brazil, Guarana is very popular in beverages. It now has come to the states in beverages and supplements as a stimulant. If you have high blood pressure or any medical condition that would be aggravated by a stimulant you should not take this tea. 

       The powder can be made to a tea or added to beverages. Guarana has twice the caffeine as coffee and also has been used to treat infections. If you do purchase this product from any health store, use with care until you are sure how your body will react to Guarana in its natural state. It is not the same as drinking it in a beverage with other additives. The taste of pure Guarana is not very appealing to most. Most of my customers add it to their drinks such as Chai. It will give you energy pick me up for about four to five hours. If you have any sensitivity to caffeine please stay away from products like Guarana.

       In today’s society many are looking for ways to beat the fatigue of daily life. Products like Guarana and ginseng are growing more and more popular. They do help but, as with any plant, please check with your doctor regarding any medical condition you may have to make sure it will not have adverse side effects if you take it. As always, consult with your doctor when adding herbs or any substance to your diet. Research products, become knowledgeable, and draw your own conclusions.

Blending Traditional Ways                                 May 2003

      I have been asked many times why I opened my store in Madison. Eighteen years ago I was diagnosed with Underactive thyroid. Since then, I’ve also been diagnosed with Gerd, gastric ulcer, acute gastritis, and irritable bowel syndrome. I have gone through all the tests and variety of medications. The condition affecting me most was the thyroid condition. Millions of people are diagnosed with thyroid conditions yet millions more have thyroid conditions and are not aware. For years I would go to my doctor, have tests performed,
and take prescribed medication.

      In 2001, for the first time, I decided to learn more about my condition myself. I learned I was my own worst enemy. Items in my daily diet were working against my medication, the way I was
taking my medication was not right, and I learned about other medications that were offered. I took all of my newfound information to my doctor, only to learn what I suspected was in fact true. Immediately I made changes to my diet, staying away from foods that worked against my thyroid. Then I changed my medication. Along with this, I learned about two teas. Yerba mate and Kombucha. After much research, I was soon making them for my friends and myself.

      I decided to open a store so I could help others learn as I have
learned. My store is a combination coffee shop-herbal store. On one side I serve hot and iced chai’s hot and iced blended coffees, smoothies and more. The other side is the health side as I call it. Which consists of teas, herbs, and seeds such as green tea, white tea, yerba mate, and chia seeds. I believe my health has improved because I’m more aware of my condition, and I’ve made the changed that I needed to make. It seems as though there is a line between
traditional medicine and alternative medicine. Myself, I don’t feel you have to choose one over the other. Instead you can combine the two.

     I still see my doctor while I make changes in my diet and add teas to it. When anyone is diagnosed with a medical condition it is their responsibility to follow their doctor’s advice, and to also learn for themselves the changes they need to make, and then make them. The most popular items in my store are the simplest ones; the white tea, which is much higher in antioxidants than green, yet has less caffeine, less fluoride, and a nice subtle sweetness. 

    The yerba mate, which is a coffee substitute, loaded with nutrients, and then there is the Chia Seeds. Athletes, diabetics, and dieters, often use chia seeds. I originally learned about them from a thyroid Website. The chia seeds keep your body hydrated supply your body with nutrients control sugar levels and control appetite.

     More and more people are turning back to natural healing. My best advice to offer, is before you put anything into your body, learn about it. There are many products on the market now that are a combination of different herbs, and any one of those herbs could potentially cause side effects, depending on your individual overall health. I will be happy to answer any of your questions. You may call me at (440)-428-0575 or visit me at the store.

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