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7 Things…
the Thyroid Docs Never Tell You.

Male thyroid anatomy

The game is about to change.

Far too many men and women with obvious signs and symptoms of thyroid problems are not getting the help they need from their doctors.

At last count, an estimated 30 million people in the US and 200 million worldwide have a thyroid disorder — only half have been properly diagnosed. Even less are receiving proper treatment.

They’re getting the wrong tests.

No one is checking them for antibodies.

Their medications contain ingredients and fillers that trigger their symptoms!

This is a shame.

So, we can either wait for our medical practitioners to get caught up with the latest thyroid research, or we can just do it ourselves.

We can become the experts on our own thyroids.


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JERFin’ with Dr. Sara: Thai Coconut Soup Recipe!

the_hormone_cureby Sean Croxton

Thai food just isn’t my thing.

Every time I’m forced to visit a Thai restaurant I end up staring at the menu for fifteen minutes hoping that something somewhat appetizing will magically appear.

It doesn’t…

So I just grin and bear it, wishing we met up at the Japanese spot.

A couple of weeks ago I found myself in a similar predicament — filming an impromptu cooking video in Dr. Sara’s kitchen. But this time I was more concerned about spitting out my heaping spoonful of Thai Coconut Soup during the “taste test” scene.

Click the video below to find out how our Thai Coconut Soup turned out!

And don’t miss Dr. Sara on Underground Wellness Radio LIVE tonight at 5pm PT/8pm ET.

If you missed her two previous appearances on the show, they were the most downloaded episodes of 2013. She’s a riot!

Here’s THE LINK to listen in.

Enjoy your soup!

Sean




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Podcast 247: Holistic Digestion with Andrea Nakayama

Unknown-1by Sean Croxton

Sorry!

I’m a week behind on show notes. My bad.



Last week, I took a trip to the Bay Area and to Portland to film presentations for my upcoming project, The Second Opinion Series Volume One: The Thyroid Sessions.

I got to hang out with really cool peeps like Chris Kresser, Dr. Dan Kalish, Dr. Sara Gottfried, Nora Gedgaudas, and last week’s podcast guest Andrea Nakayama. 

Stay tuned for more info!


Andrea is crazy smart and she’s the master of “backing it up” — in other words, peeling back the layers and getting to the root cause of health challenges.



On last week’s show, she and I chatted about one of my favorite topics, digestion.



Because anything having to do with poop is a-okay on my book! :)

Here’s what you’ll learn…



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Podcast 245: The TRUTH about Kombucha.

Hannah-Crumby Sean Croxton

I love me some kombucha.

Aside from the detox and digestive benefits, a cold bottle of “the booch” just makes me feel good.

BUT, my obsession with Mystic Mango and Strawberry Serenity has its fair share of critics, especially when it comes to the sugar content, alcohol volume, acidity, cost, and safety.

This week on the podcast I was more than happy to to help set the record straight with the help of kombucha aficionado Hannah Crum of Kombucha Kamp.

Here are my bullets:

7:55 – Love at First Sip: How Hannah and Kombucha met.

10:44 – Is kombucha just another passing fad?

13:17 – Five health benefits of kombucha — digestion, detox, immunity, blood sugar, and mood.

14:45 – How kombucha helped Mr. Crum lose 40 pounds and heal his acid reflux.

17:24 – Why the specific acids in kombucha actually KILL candida overgrowth.

19:55 – Why’s it so darn expensive?


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Podcast 244: Stop Doing ((Stuff)) You Hate!

Stop-Sign-2by Sean Croxton

“There is no reason in 2008 to do ((stuff)) you hate.”

Of all of the personal development and business talks I’ve ever watched, this simple and slightly-profane declaration from one Gary Vaynerchuk six years ago probably had the most lasting impact on the direction I would take in my life.

Because life is way too short to spend one-third of our waking hours doing intolerable ((stuff)) that numbs our spirit in exchange for “security”.

((______)) that…

I know what you’re thinking: The economy isn’t what it used to be, Sean.

I couldn’t agree with you more. And that’s because the economy isn’t what it used to be.

We are no longer living in the days of our grandparents, when a high school diploma punched your ticket to a job at the factory.

Or the days when a college education imparted at least some assurance that a job was waiting on the other side of the commencement stage.

Nope, those factory jobs are on the other side of the ocean. And the college grad has been replaced by the electronic voice that asks me what I want but can’t understand me when I say it and then hangs up on me, but not without that aggravating “goodbye”.

The days we are living in today are the ones when a guy writes an e-book on teaching a parrot how to talk and becomes a millionaire.