Get My Books Free This Week!

Visit Amazon to download 100% free digital copies of both my books. Offer runs from Aug 5-9th, 2019.

Free Potato Hack Download

Free Diet Hack Download

Things going great here in Alaska as nights get darker and temperatures dip. Hard to believe summer is almost over. I will start writing some substantial blog posts in a couple months when freezing temps keep me inside.

Hope you are all enjoying your summer!

Later,

Tim

 

3 Comments on “Get My Books Free This Week!”

  1. Jo tB August 6, 2019 at 11:20 am #

    Thanks, Tim. I’ve made use of your offer and downloaded the book Diet Hack. Started to read it straight away. You mentioned straight away that you had suffered from hypothyroidism. What a coincidence. I am looking into hypothyroidism and adrenal fatigue, as no diabetic intervention seems to lower my glucose levels. That has been ongoing sice I was diagnosed diabetic 18 years ago. Despite having most of the symptoms of hypothyroidism, all my labs came back “normal”. Having also read up on Adrenal Fatigue, I understand that traumatic incidents in my youth can upset the adrenals and lead to the entire endocrine system going haywire: pancreas, thyroid, adrenals and Gut Microbiome. The search goes on.

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    • Van August 9, 2019 at 7:24 am #

      Jo tB – I’m sorry you haven’t yet found the answers you seek. Doctors tend to order traditional thyroid labs that don’t really show the true picture. To correctly identify a thyroid problem and problems with your endocrine system, consider getting these labs instead:

      Blood – TSH, FT4, FT3, Reverse T3, thyroid antibodies (TPOAb, TgAb and TRAb)
      Salivary – testosterone, estradiol, DHEA, cortisol (morning, noon, afternoon, night)

      The lab tests can be bought on Amazon (like the ZRT Profile III test, which includes most of the labs described above except Reverse T3).

      I suffered from thyroid issues for years as well. Good luck!

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      • Jo tB August 10, 2019 at 7:14 am #

        The only test I can’t get done (in Holland) is Reverse T3, and from what I’ve read about it, it would tell me whether I’m in survival mode or not. My body thinks I am in the middle of a famine and is conserving as much energy as possible. At the moment I’m taking iodine for my thyroid and high doses of vitamin C for my adrenals. One thing is certain, I definitely have more get up and go as well as more staying power. I need to pay more attention to my gut.

        Thanks for responding.

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