Author Bio: Rachel Hill, a highly ranked thyroid patient advocate, writer, and author, created the award-winning advocacy and website: The Invisible Hypothyroidism. Diagnosed with Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s, she talks openly and honestly about what it’s like to have these and what has helped her and many others to recover their health and thrive with thyroid disease. She is passionate about helping those with hypothyroidism and giving them a voice and is well recognized as a valuable contributor to the thyroid community.
In this informative podcast, Rachel Hill, founder of The Invisible Hypothyroidism website, talks about her personal struggle with hypothyroidism and how she took steps to regain her good health.
As a noted thyroid patient advocate, Hill seeks to bring her message of good health to the public. Her website, The Invisible Hypothyroidism, was cited by The National Academy of Hypothyroidism as one of the best contributors to thyroid awareness.
Hill discusses her own struggles with hypothyroidism and how she made the decision to pursue her research, and advocate for everyone suffering from thyroid conditions. Hill’s popular book, Be Your Own Thyroid Advocate: When You’re Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired lays out an abundance of concrete information on thyroid issues. The book recounts Rachel’s path to good health after her diagnosis with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s. In this podcast, and in her book, Hill talks about medications and supplements, mental health issues, blood tests, and personal motivation. And she talks about the importance of finding a doctor who truly grasps thyroid issues, one who is more than willing to work with you. She discusses the importance of experimentation and research in regard to what you are eating, the types of exercise you engage in, and vitamins. Hill states that it is critically important to keep experimenting until you find what works best for your body, to reduce or eliminate your symptoms and live a healthier life.
Rachel’s work can be found on her twitter (https://twitter.com/Invisible_Hypo), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TheInvisibleHypothyroidism), Instagram (https://instagram.com/TheInvisibleHypothyroidism) and website (https://www.theinvisiblehypothyroidism.com), as
well as in her book: Be Your Own Thyroid Advocate (http://bit.ly/2G6NImd).