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[Urgent] Don’t Miss The Overcoming Hashimoto’s Summit!

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Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is one of the most common yet uncommonly diagnosed diseases in the world, impacting tens of millions.

Educate yourself about the likely triggers, proper testing and actions you can take to overcome it!

If you’re challenged by symptoms, frustrated with inconclusive results or feel at the mercy of a deaf medical system, this event is here to help.

Because, when it comes to Hashimoto’s and other thyroid disorders, the sooner they’re detected, the sooner you can address the underlying causes to get real results.

>>> Register for The Overcoming Hashimoto’s Summit below and receive Inna’s gift: Overcoming Hashimoto’s Summit eWorkbook from Inna Topiler, MS, CNS
http://kevin-johnston.com/RegisterFreeOvercomingHashimotosSummit

WHY ATTEND?
Your host, Inna Topiler, was sick, angry and lost due to her poor health. No one had answers and she felt betrayed by her body. Doctors questioned her persistent symptoms and challenged her mental state.

After a long and difficult road to a Hashimoto’s diagnosis, she was told “there’s no cure.” Deep down, she knew this wasn’t the right answer, and refused to wait for her thyroid to be destroyed.

Inna embarked on a journey to rebalance her body (and eventually became a certified clinical nutritionist).

For 15 years, she has helped thousands get to the root of their underlying health issues, and she’s here to share that wisdom with you!

Remember, even though the impact is on the thyroid, you must address the immune system (which got confused and attacked the thyroid in the first place!).

It’s important to look at triggers, such as the foods you eat, infections, toxins, stress and even your beliefs.

Hashimoto’s symptoms can not only vary, but exist years before a proper diagnosis is made:
● Adrenal Exhaustion
● Weight gain
● Cold hands and feet
● Fatigue
● Dry skin
● Brittle nails
● Bloating
● Anxiety
● Thinning, brittle hair
● Muscle aches
● Joint pain
● Heavy menstrual periods
● Panic attacks
● Short-term memory loss
● Constipation
● Depression
● Insomnia

>>> So register today for this important Summit below:
http://kevin-johnston.com/RegisterFreeOvercomingHashimotosSummit

Also I encourage you to purchase the Summit recordings. SEE images below of bonuses. Save money also!
http://kevin-johnston.com/PurchaseRecordingsOvercomingHashimotosSummit

Enjoy these BONUS gifts from our VIPs!

ABCs of AIP eGuide

ABCs of AIP eGuide from Sarah Ballantyne, PhD

The Paleo Mom, Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, provides this primer on The Autoimmune Protocol (AIP). Learn how this specialized version of the Paleo diet, with an even greater focus on nutrient density and stricter guidelines, can help improve the symptoms of autoimmunity.

Candida from a Functional Perspective

Candida from a Functional Perspective from Evan Brand, BCHN, CFMP, NTP

Evan’s Thyroid and Autoimmunity Module from his Functional Medicine Training Course will help you understand optimal thyroid lab values, how gut infections such as parasites candida and bacterial overgrowth affect the thyroid, and customize a supplement program to address your symptoms.

Let’s Talk About HASHIMOTO’s eBook

Let’s Talk About HASHIMOTO’s eBook from HealthMeans

Enjoy reading these 4 expert talk transcripts pulled from the 1000s of talks in our HealthMeans library! In this 53-page document, learn about the “Common Misconceptions and Myths” with Magdalena Wszelacki, “Root Cause of Thyroid Imbalance” with Izabella Wentz PharmD, FASCP, “How to Beat Hashimoto’s” with Nora Gedgaudas CNS, CNT, and “Compounding Pharmacist’s Approach to Optimizing Thyroid Function” with Rudy Dragone RPh!

Lastly become an affiliate for extra cash:
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Your friend & health mentor,

Kevin Johnston
P.S. Don’t forget when you register for The free Overcoming Hashimoto’s Summit, you also gain access to Inna Topiler’s Summit companion guide to help track what you learn!

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