I’ve learned a lot about thyroid health over the last few weeks, more than I thought I’d ever have to know. Knowing that mine needs a boost right about now, I’m reaching out to many resources to learn all I can. A few weeks ago I was also sent the Thyroid Detox program from the Thyroid Detox Coach, Magdelena (a former Hashimotos patient), to review. During my spare moments I’ve read the materials and wrapping my mind around doing the full detox program.
There are many things about it that I like.
For one, there’s quite a lot of material. Each day has specific downloads with information, worksheets, and menu plans. I really like how she has it all laid out, it’s easy to read, and she spells things out so that you understand it, but don’t need a degree in biology or something.
I’m also pleased that the menus (broken into pre-detox, detox, and post-detox phases) are easy to follow and include shopping lists for what you’ll need.
Lastly, I’m happy because I’m on the right track. After spending hours upon hours reading books and articles, I put myself on a self-imposed ‘detox’ plan that I followed for just over a week. I was beginning to feel a lot better, and I’m thrilled that the additional information I’ve learned in the detox guide will hopefully give me an extra boost.
She has twelve days of content, some days have more information than the others, and some include audio files of recorded calls from a live detox session she ran last fall. I’m not a big one to listen to audio as I rarely have time to sit uninterrupted, but I did sample a couple of them and they seemed to offer good information as well.
The one thing I have to keep reminding myself, is that the menu plans are for “detoxing”. It’s foods that are easy to digest, which helps your body use that energy for cleansing. The foods are going to be very different than what you’d see on nutrient dense, ‘building for fertility’ types of diet. So this is something you’ll want to do months before trying to conceive.
For people dealing with thyroid problems, it’s kind of necessary that it be dealt with before pregnancy, so waiting a few extra months may be well worth it.
The DIY Program (which is what I’m reviewing) currently costs $79.00 when you use the code: TD20OFF (expires the end of the month!) and of course the cost of food. I already have the supplements she recommends, but I’ll need to buy separate food for me than for my family, as well as make different meals. So my grocery bill will go up for a couple of weeks, and I may be spending more time in the kitchen, but I’m also excited to see what the end result may be.
I don’t normally like to recommend a lot of different products, because I know we all have to keep our budgets in mind, and we get tired of spending money on things that don’t work, but I do like this class. And for me, the do-it-yourself part works well with my schedule! I think this program would be really helpful for those who have a thyroid disorder and don’t have a holistic doctor to work with. In many cases this is probably less expensive! (*totally true in my case…..)
It’s easy to read and everything you need is spelled out – no guesswork needed.
Have you ever focused on healing your thyroid?