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This week's giveaway:
Tired of Being Sick & Tired by Dr. Michael Berglund

Are you ready to lose weight, get healthy, and find your energy again?

So many people wonder why they constantly deal with a lack of energy. The answer could be a low-functioning thyroid—even when blood tests say otherwise.

In Tired of Being Sick and Tired, Dr. Michael Berglund addresses the surprising hidden reasons why you, like so many other people, may be struggling to overcome exhaustion, depression, and weight gain.

If your thyroid isn’t working properly, you can eat perfectly, take your vitamins, and still feel sick. What’s worse, the typical blood test to determine low-functioning thyroid doesn’t always give you the whole picture. Dr. Berglund explains the truth that your doctor may not be telling you, including:

  • What tests you should ask for if you suspect your thyroid is the culprit behind your fatigue
  •  How traditional thyroid treatments can lead to the thyroid gland becoming even less productive 
  •  How healthy eating and a new approach to nutrition can put you back on the path to great health

Michael Berglund, DC, is in private practice at Berglund Health & Wellness Center in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He has a board eligible chiropractic internist with a doctor of chiropractic degree from National University of Health Sciences and a degree in medical technology (laboratory medicine) from Michigan Technological University. In practice since 1991, Dr. Berglund specializes in natural treatments, relying heavily on diet modifications and nutrition.

Even if the topic of this book doesn't apply to you, you probably know somebody it would help.  Why not enter the drawing and if you win, give it to them?

We will be announcing the winner of this book this Friday, November 11, here on the blog.  I will do a drawing at midnight Thursday.  All you have to do to have your name entered in the drawing is comment here on the blog anytime this week!  You may also comment on facebook when the blog post is published there.  Each time you comment, your name is entered another time.

Just to be clear, this book is provided by Charisma House, and has been given to me in exchange for my review.  Happy commenting!

Comments

Roger Loomis said…
This book sounds great! I know several who struggle with this, and I'm sure that the information will be very helpful.
Anonymous said…
Rachael Rice----Sounds like a good book!
Sherrill said…
Oh yes. So much of what you have written is the case. Doctors did not know what was wrong. One finally said, "Just eat 900 calories a day. If it is a piece of cake and it is 900 calories that is your intake for the day. Your body is shutting down and we don't know why. Just loose the weight." Ten years later after much suffering, much guilt, and shame God sent a homeopathic nurse from Switzerland that told me what to do and how to get help. When tested by another doctor I had very little thyroid function. All that saw the test results said the fact I was alive was a miracle. The fact I was walking was even more incredible. Today is a new day. I am victorious through Divine intervention.
Anonymous said…
Sounds interesting!
Faux Family said…
I've heard about thyroids and it not getting the proper attention. Good subject.
I agree, this is a good subject. I look forward to reading about it myself.
Candy said…
my thyroid is jacked up and it makes many things difficult and draining. You just have to keep on top of it. Not always easy, but possible.Sherrill what did the nurse recommend????

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