We’ve found so much support in our own journey with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis in books and programs that gave us the tools we needed to heal, and we wanted to share some of those resources with you. From books to help you cope with Hashimoto’s symptoms using diet to multi-week online courses, what you’ll find below may change your life!

Eating for health should be easy but with Hashimoto’s it’s usually anything but! The RealPlans app makes it a little easier to take a food as medicine approach to healing autoimmunity with super customization, diet-specific meal plans and grocery lists.

We love Thrive Market because it gives HeyHashi team members outside of the city access to amazing healing foods at a price that’s a lot lower than most specialty shops. Now you can get free coconut aminos and 25% off your first three orders when you sign up for a Thrive Market account.

Healing Hashimoto’s thyroiditis with diet is easier with packaged snacks and recipe elements from Barefoot Provisions, which carries foods that are AIP-friendly, gluten free, good for you, and delicious, too.

Go further on your healing journey with resources from Gluten Free School. While going gluten free doesn’t help every Hashimoto’s thyroiditis patient, it’s a great place to start. We love the Kitchen Cleanup!


Best-selling author Dr. Izabella Wentz created the Hashimoto’s Self Management Program to help Hashimoto’s thyroiditis patients find their root cause, ease the symptoms of hypothyroidism, and ultimately achieve remission.

Join Dr. Izabella Wentz and over 100 thyroid experts in The Thyroid Secret to get the tools, tips and techniques to get rid of brain fog, fatigue, weight struggles and hundreds more Hashimoto’s thyroiditis symptoms once and for all.


Want to take your healing further so you can help others with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis? Natural Wellness Academy offers courses in tracks that include gut healing and detoxification.

The 2017 Healing Hashimoto’s Summit dove deeper into healing strategies than ever before, addressing not just medical and dietary concerns but also the wide variety of feelings that go along with a Hashi diagnosis.

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