The Triggers of Hashimoto’s

The Triggers of Hashimoto's

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What are the triggers of Hashimoto’s?  The question we’re getting lately is you keep talking about these 39 triggers what are they so then and the i i’m i’m thinking that the thinking there is if i just know what those 39 triggers are i’m going to be able to take care of myself so that may or may not be true that’s for the uh just for record i know what the 39 triggers are and i have to do a lot of work to figure out how to get uh how to help people to get where they want to get with these 39 triggers but we’re going to reveal the 39 triggers so what’s a trigger okay so so so the triggers we’re going to reveal and and and listen full disclosure this comes not this room comes from above this comes from the people who are doing research on this um the chart i’m going to show you comes specifically from a seminar that i went through with a doctor dietician who apparently is becoming more and more popular online as he should be okay but these 39 triggers are dripped to us over a period of like three days with a lot of explanation to each subsequent one so trigger is basically this you have an autoimmune problem okay meaning your immune system has become sensitized to certain tissues in your body so if it’s so if it’s your thyroid obviously it’s your thyroid that’s getting attacked if it’s rheumatoid arthritis it’s your joints and and so on and so forth so so the so the medical approach to the triggers is nothing the medical approach is is to crush the immune system all right basically to give you uh immune suppressants things that bring your immune system down which stops them from flaring up when you expose yourself to these triggers and stops you from flaring up and then stops that attack um on your tissues the problem with that approach is you don’t want to have your immune system suppressed for long periods of time you start getting colds and flus and viruses and infections then you start not being able to get over them and and things of that nature so so triggers have been categor categorized into by people in the immune field into dietary proteins which is a little bit more than just allergies dietary allergies a little bit more than gluten which is a big one lifestyle factors chemicals and then pathogens now i’m answering the question here what are the 39 triggers that you keep referring to for hashimoto’s there’s a lot more triggers for autoimmunity in general and the key is just to figure out not to try well you could um not to try to to to take an herb or a botanical or make every single dietary change i’m about to tell you is a trigger uh because you’ll probably go crazy but a lot of you’re gonna try to do it anyway and that’s fine you know i’m good with that so um so the triggers so i’m just going to go through them because i can’t go through them there’s 39 of them if i spent as i’ve just been told one minute on each of these people are going to be like so we’re just going to give you we’re just going to give you these are the 39 triggers that are known to date in the literature and in the research that have been definitively and definitely defined as triggers not just to autoimmunity but that specifically raised antibodies um to the thyroid uh of a hashimoto’s patient so that and and here i’m just going to read it i’ll let you see i don’t know if you can take whatever you do with computers and phones like if you can take a screenshot of that or something like that here they go so dietary proteins everybody knows that one sodium intake iodine for all you iodine lovers out there lectins lack of dietary diversity glyphosate-rich foods pro-inflammatory diets grains casein albumin dietary protein cross-reactivity now i’m just going to tell you not all of you have all of those i’m just just for the record not all of you have all of those like we use like we use like four or five different diets baseline diets and then we have like 13 different editings adaptations of those the particular patients that come in and and they’re relative to these categories of foods lifestyle factors insomnia and all of the reasons that could cause insomnia we just i just talked about that poor circadian rhythm which is probably the most difficult one sedentary lifestyle over training oh we go from i shouldn’t be sitting too i shouldn’t be exercising too much that’s right for the autoimmune patient particularly for the hashimoto’s patient that’s right smoking i think that goes without saying alcohol for all of you who think two drinks a night is good and it does a lot of great things it doesn’t do a lot of great things for hashimoto’s patient drug use lack of rest unhealthy relationships stress dysglycemia okay blood sugar high blood sugar low blood sugar pre-diabetes metabolic syndrome syndrome x diabetes 2 functional hypoglycemia reactive hypoglycemia those are all blood sugar imbalances that’s what dysglycemia means the chemicals um these are things that you should probably look at across the board bisphenol a many i’m finding most people that i’m explaining to i’d say half the people know what that is and it it’s a breakdown of plastics so no plastic water bottles those types of things pesticides air pollution we’re having air pollution here right now where we’re at this time that i’m doing this uh segment we are in the middle of those historic california wildfires rhino reno may as well be part of california i mean we’re right on the border it it surrounds us and and all of the all the all the fires here what’s what’s in that um what’s in that the air pollution is all of the stuff that’s being burned in those poor people’s homes and the and the plastics and the rubbers and the chemicals and the cars that are being burned and the gasoline all that stuff air pollution fire retardance what you find in a lot of the furniture and you find a lot of rugs benzene these are all now there’s a lot more chemicals a lot more chemicals that i’m going to go over than this for autoimmunity in general okay this is specifically chemicals that have been shown to increase thyroid peroxidase enzymes and um and i think anti-thyroglobulin uh and antibodies too but mostly thyroid peroxidase enzymes so benzene another another plastic i’m sorry benzene secondhand smoke pcbs pbdes perchlorates um so there’s for you who were my age playing with mercury and thought that was cool watching it squiggle all over the place when you’re a kid okay notice leads not on here and which comes out really high on every single hair analysis ever done in the history of the world it seems like so but um but but it’s which elements actually create antibodies to the thyroid okay and pathogen so here and here’s where this is this was like from the great um i call it the great area of darkness in functional medicine or more i should say great air of darkness in in chronic conditions uh chronic immunodeficiency diseases and fatigue and fibromyalgia and everybody thought these people were crazy nobody knew what it was there wasn’t testing for it so everybody kind of wanted the ones you know the one solution you know the one the one uh element solution and it was gonna be a metal or it was gonna but but mostly um it was mostly people were assuming was pathogens pathogens can be part as you’re going to see of the 39 different triggers and here are the ones that are are relevant to hashimoto’s most common heliobacter pylori you would know it’s h pylori bacterial infection it’s not that’s the most common by far toxoplasma gondii yersinia in pterolitica candida albicans there’s for all you candida folks there’s a lot of you out there okay and that’s a tough one that’s a tough one hepatitis c epstein-barr virus for all of you who read the intuitive book that says it’s all epstein-barr virus you’ll know that is you’ll notice that it’s one of these 39 triggers cytomegalovirus herpesvirus 6 parvo virus from your doggy borrelia bergdefori for those of you who are familiar with that that’s the lime that’s the line so lime can be a player can be there’s a point in time there’s there’s there’s doctors in this town that i’ve had discussions with years ago and like everything’s lying everything everything’s live and so and and there’s the there’s the everything’s epstein-barr virus and there’s the everything is uh um parasites you’ll notice i haven’t mentioned parasites on here by the way and then there’s botox i saved that one for less because um i didn’t want you to get mad in the beginning for those of you who are using botox for things other than migraines and other than like neurological problems because we used botox for like migraines i had a lady not long ago a couple weeks ago and we treated her a couple years ago and all of her problems had come back turned out that she developed a lot of new food sensitivities i kind of ran by her some of the new stuff we knew about hashimoto’s and one of them was that botox is triggering hashimoto’s raises the antibodies against your your thyroid with an average dose by about 70 70 to 75 percent in there and she went into like shock and she said you know all of this started she had fibromyalgia chronic fatigue she has peripheral neuropathy massive fatigue she could she was disabled she was a nurse she was a surgical nurse and then she be she became to say she had all this hap started after i got after i started six weeks of botox injections for my migraines and and and it was just like this you know this awareness so so those are the 39 most common triggers for hashimoto’s thyroiditis are there more probably okay these are the ones that have been researched these are the ones that have been confirmed to raise immune responses against your thyroid so for all of the what are the 39 triggers that you keep mentioning there they are – Pressure we’re getting lately is, you keep talking about these 39 triggers, what are they? So then in the, I’m thinking that the thinking there is, if I just know what those 39 triggers are, I’m gonna be able to take care of myself.

So that may or may not be true. (laughs) That’s furlough. Just for record, I know what the 39 triggers are and I have to do a lot of work to figure out how to help people to get where they want to get with these 39 triggers.

But we’re going to reveal the 39 triggers. So what’s a trigger? Okay. So the triggers we’re gonna reveal and listen full disclosure, this comes not, this from, comes from above this comes from the people who are doing research on this.

The chart I’m gonna show you comes specifically from a seminar that I went to with a Doctor Datis Kharrazian, who apparently is becoming more and more popular online as he should be, okay. But, these 39 triggers are dripped to us over a period of like three days with a lot of explanation to each subsequent one.

So trigger is basically this, you have an Autoimmune problem, okay? Meaning your immune system has become sensitized to certain tissues in your body. So if it’s your Thyroid, obviously, it’s your Thyroid that’s getting attacked, if it’s Rheumatoid Arthritis that your joints and so on and so forth.

So, so the medical approach to the triggers is nothing. (laughs) Yeah, the medical approaches is to crush the immune system. Alright, basically, to give you immune suppressants, things that bring your immune system down, which stops them from flaring up, when you expose yourself to these triggers and stops you from flaring up and then stops that attack on your tissues.

The problem with that approach is, you don’t want to have your immune system suppressed for long periods of time. You start getting colds and flus and viruses and infections that you start not being able to get over them and things of that nature.

So, so triggers have been categorized into, by people in the immune field into dietary proteins, which is a little bit more than just allergies, dietary allergies is a little bit more than Gluten, which is a big one.

Lifestyle factors, chemicals and then pathogens. Now I’m answering the question here. What are the 39 triggers that you keep referring to? For Hashimoto’s? There’s a lot more triggers for Autoimmunity in general.

And the key is to figure out not to try. Well, you could. Not to try to take in herb, (coughs) or a botanical, or make every single dietary change I’m about to tell you is a trigger, because you’ll probably go crazy, but a lot of you are going to try to do it anyway and that’s fine.

I’m good with that. So the triggers, so I’m just going to go through them because I can’t go through them, there’s 39 if I spent as I’ve just been told, one minute on each of these people are gonna be like, (yawns) so we’re just gonna give you, we’re just going to give, these are the 39 triggers that are known, to date, in the literature and in the research that have been definitively and definitely defined as triggers not just to Autoimmunity, but that specifically raised antibodies to the Thyroid, our Hashimoto’s patient.

So that and here, I’m just gonna read it, I’ll let you see I don’t know if you can take it whatever you do with computers and phones. Like if you can take a screenshot of that or something like that.

Here they go. So dietary proteins, Gluten, everybody knows that one, Sodium intake, Iodine for all you Iodine lovers out there, Lectins, lack of dietary diversity, Glyphosate rich foods, pro inflammatory diets, Grains, Casein, Albumin, dietary protein cross reactivity, I’m just gonna tell you, not all of you have all of those.

I’m just, just for the record, not all of you have all of those. Like we use like, we use like, four or five different diets, baseline diets, and then we have like 13 different editing, adaptations of those particular patients that come in and they’re relative to these categories of foods.

Lifestyle factors, Insomnia and all of the reasons that could cause Insomnia. I just talked about that poor circadian rhythm, which is probably the most difficult one. Sedentary lifestyle, overtraining, oh! We go from, I shouldn’t be sitting to I shouldn’t be exercising too much.

That’s right. For the Autoimmune patient, particularly for the Hashimoto’s patient that’s right. Smoking, I think that goes without saying. Alcohol, for all of you who think, two drinks a night is good and it does a lot of great things.

It doesn’t do a lot of great things for Hashimoto’s patient. Drug use, lack of rest, unhealthy relationships, stress, Dysglycemia. Blood sugar, high blood sugar, low blood sugar, Pre Diabetes, Metabolic syndrome, Syndrome x, Diabetes too, functional Hypoglycemia, reactive Hypoglycemia, those are all blood sugar imbalances.

That’s what Dysglycemia means. The chemicals. These are things that you should probably look at across the board. Bisphenol A. I’m finding most people that I’m explaining to, I’d say half the people know what that is.

And it’s a breakdown of plastics, so no plastic water bottles, those types of things. Pesticides, air pollution. We’re having air pollution here right now we’re, we’re at this time that I’m doing this segment, we are in the middle of those historic California wildfires.

Reno may as well be part of California. I mean, we’re right on the border. It surrounds us. And all of, all the fires here, what’s what’s in that? What’s in that, the air pollution is all of the stuff that’s being burned in those poor people’s homes and the plastics and the rubbers and the chemicals and the cars that are being burned and the gasoline all that stuff.

Air pollution, fire retardants, which you find in a lot of the furniture and you find a lot of rugs. Benzene, these are all now there’s a lot more chemicals, a lot more chemicals that I’m gonna go over than this for Autoimmunity in general.

Okay, this is specifically chemicals that have been shown to increase Thyroid Peroxidase enzymes. And I think Anti thyroglobulin and antibodies too. But mostly Thyroid Peroxidase enzymes. So Benzene, another another plastic.

I’m sorry, Benzene, secondhand smoke, PC, BSs, PBDEs. Perchlorates, Mercury. So there it is for you who were my age playing with Mercury, and thought that was cool watching it squiggle all over the place when you were a kid.

Again, notice LEAD’s not on here. And which comes out really high on every single hair analysis ever done in the history of the world that seems like so. But it’s which elements actually create antibodies to the Thyroid, okay? And Pathogen, so here and here’s where this is, this was like from the great, I call it The Great Area of Darkness in functional medicine or more, I should say Great Area of Darkness, in chronic conditions.

Chronic Immunodeficiency diseases and fatigue and Fibromyalgia and everybody thought these people were crazy. Nobody knew what it was, there was no testing for it. So everybody kind of wanted the ones, the one solution, the one, the one element solution and it was gonna be a metal or it was gonna, but mostly, it was mostly, people were assuming it was Pathogens.

Pathogens can be part as you’re gonna see of the 39 different triggers. And here are the ones that are relevant to Hashimoto most common, Helicobacter Pylori, you would know it’s H Pylori bacteria infection as known that’s the most common by far.

Toxoplasma gondii, Yersinia Enterocolitica, Candida albicans. There’s for you Candida folks there’s a lot of you out there. Okay and that’s a tough one. That’s a tough one. Hepatitis C.

Epstein-Barr virus for all of you who read the intuitive book that says it’s all Epstein-Barr virus, you’ll know that it’s, you’ll notice that it’s one of these 39 triggers. Cytomegalovirus, Herpes virus six, Parvo virus, (giggles) from your doggy.

Borrelia Burgdorferi, for those of you who are familiar with that, that’s lyme, that’s the lyme so lyme can be a player, can be there’s point in time. There’s doctors in this town that I’ve had discussions with years ago and like, everything’s lyme, everything, everything’s lyme.

And so, and there’s the everything Epstein-Barr virus, and there’s the everything is, parasites, you’ll notice I haven’t mentioned parasites on here by the way, and then there’s Botox.

(giggles) I saved that one for last because, I didn’t want you to get mad in the beginning for those of you who are using Botox for things other than migraines and other than like neurological problems ’cause we use Botox for like, migraines.

I had a lady not long ago, a couple weeks ago, and we treated her a couple years ago and all of her problems had come back, turned out that she had developed a lot of new food sensitivities. I kind of ran by on some of new stuff we knew about Hashimoto’s and one of them was that Botox is triggering Hashimoto’s, raises the antibodies against your, your Thyroid with an average dose by about 70%, 70 to 75% in there.

And she went into like shock and she said, all of this started she had Fibromyalgia Chronic fatigue, she has Peripheral Neuropathy, massive fatigue. She was disabled, she was a nurse, she was a surgical nurse and then she became sick.

So she had all this hap started after I got, after I started six weeks of Botox injections for my migraines and it was just like this, awareness so. So those are the 39 most common triggers for Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

Are there more? Probably, okay. These are the ones that have been researched. These are the ones that have been confirmed to raise immune responses against your Thyroid. So for all of the what are the 39 triggers that you keep mentioning? There they are.

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