Hashimoto’s Recap and Summer Plans

In this article titled “Hashimoto’s Recap and Summer Plans,” Dr. Martin Rutherford will be recapping the last couple of months of Hashimoto’s videos and sharing his plans for the summer. He has received a significant amount of feedback and engagement from viewers all over the world, leading him to continue exploring this topic. Dr. Rutherford will be focusing on thyroid-related issues for now, but may shift to other areas of interest based on the feedback received. He is excited to share new insights and information on diet, as well as address common triggers of Hashimoto’s. So, stay tuned for more updates and engaging content from Dr. Rutherford.

May Recap and Plans Going Forward

Recap of the last couple of months

Over the last couple of months, we have focused a lot on Hashimoto’s in our videos. This is because we see a lot of autoimmune diseases in our practice, and Hashimoto’s is often linked to many of them. It is not uncommon for patients with conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, gastritis, and polycystic ovarian syndrome to also have Hashimoto’s. We received a significant amount of feedback from these videos, with many people reaching out to make appointments for consultations. It has been exciting to see the positive response from viewers all over the world. We have had patients and subscribers from Northern Europe, England, the United Arab Republic, Canada, South America, and more. It is interesting to note that Hashimoto’s seems to be more prevalent in the United States and Europe, and less common in other regions such as Africa and South America. We have also discovered that some patients are still using outdated laboratory ranges, which can affect their treatment outcomes.

Plans for the summer

As we head into the summer months, we will continue creating videos related to Hashimoto’s. The response from our audience has been incredible, and we want to keep delivering content that is relevant and helpful to those dealing with this condition. We are considering reducing the frequency of our videos to two times a week instead of the current three. This will allow us to maintain the quality of our content and give us more time to focus on consultations and other aspects of our practice. We want to adapt to the interests and needs of our audience, so we will continue to evaluate feedback and suggestions. Additionally, we are open to exploring other autoimmune conditions and addressing the specific needs of high mercury patients, as we have seen promising results in these areas.

Hashimotos Recap and Summer Plans

Significant feedback received

We greatly appreciate the feedback and suggestions we have received from our viewers. Engaging with our subscribers is important to us, and we value the insights and ideas that are shared. It has been encouraging to see the level of engagement and interaction from our subscribers. While we have noticed fluctuations in our subscriber count, we understand that not everyone may want daily videos. To accommodate these preferences, we have already transitioned from daily videos to three times a week, and we are considering further reducing the frequency to two times a week. We want to strike a balance between content production and ensuring the quality of our videos.

Geographical reach of Hashimoto’s patients

One interesting discovery we made through our videos and consultations is the geographical reach of Hashimoto’s patients. While we expected to receive feedback mainly from the United States and Europe, we have been pleasantly surprised by the diverse regions our patients come from. Patients from Northern Europe, England, the United Arab Republic, Canada, and South America have reached out to us. It is fascinating to note the relatively low prevalence of Hashimoto’s in Africa and South America compared to the United States and Europe. These insights into the global reach of Hashimoto’s have expanded our understanding of the condition and the need for education and support in different regions.

Hashimotos Recap and Summer Plans

Insights from consultations

Through our consultations, we have gained valuable insights into Hashimoto’s and the experiences of our patients. One important aspect we have identified is the outdated laboratory ranges that many patients are using. It is concerning to see people in Alabama and other parts of the United States still relying on ranges that are a decade old. This highlights the need for regular consultations and staying updated on the latest research and guidelines. We understand the importance of addressing patient concerns and preferences, which is why we are transitioning to a reduced consultation schedule. This will give us the opportunity to better serve our patients and provide individualized care.

Changes in video frequency

To better cater to the needs and preferences of our audience, we have made changes in the frequency of our videos. Initially, we were producing daily videos, but based on feedback received, we shifted to three times a week. This adjustment has been well received, and we have seen positive results. As we head into the summer months, we are considering reducing the frequency further to two times a week. This will allow us to continue creating valuable content while ensuring that the videos are of the highest quality. We appreciate your understanding and support as we strive to strike a balance in delivering educational and informative videos.

Hashimotos Recap and Summer Plans

Upcoming topics and audience feedback

As we move forward, we will continue to focus on thyroid-related content, as it has garnered significant interest and engagement from our audience. However, we are also open to exploring other topics based on audience feedback. We have received comments and suggestions from viewers, and we value your input. Your suggestions play a crucial role in shaping the direction of our videos. Additionally, we recently attended a seminar where we gained new insights into Hashimoto’s. We are excited to share this information with you and potentially make corrections or adaptations to previous video responses based on the latest research. We also plan to delve into topics such as diet and triggers, as well as investigate the impact of Botox on Hashimoto’s. With so much to explore, we are eager to continue providing valuable content that helps you navigate your journey with Hashimoto’s.

Recent seminar attended

We recently had the opportunity to attend a seminar conducted by an expert in Hashimoto’s research. The insights and updates we gained from this seminar were truly mind-blowing. We are grateful for the opportunity to continue learning and staying up-to-date with the latest information in the field. The knowledge we acquired will enable us to provide you with fresh and valuable content. We may also make corrections or adaptations to previous video responses based on the new information we have obtained. It is important to us that our videos reflect the most up-to-date research and understanding of Hashimoto’s.

Hashimotos Recap and Summer Plans

New information on diet and triggers

One area we will be exploring in our upcoming videos is the role of diet and triggers in Hashimoto’s. We have come across some fascinating information that sheds light on the impact of diet on this condition. We will discuss the latest research and findings to help you make informed choices about your diet and potentially identify triggers that may worsen your symptoms. The connection between diet and Hashimoto’s is an exciting avenue for exploration, and we are eager to share our insights with you.

Focus on Botox and its impact

In an upcoming video, we will be dedicating an entire discussion to the impact of Botox on Hashimoto’s. This is an area that requires in-depth exploration, as there is growing interest and concern regarding the use of Botox in individuals with autoimmune conditions. We will examine the research and provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the potential effects of Botox on Hashimoto’s. It is important to us that we address these topics to ensure that you have the knowledge necessary to make informed decisions about your healthcare.

Hashimotos Recap and Summer Plans

Exploring the connection with H. pylori

Another topic that we will be delving into is the connection between Hashimoto’s and H. pylori. Recent research has shed light on a potential link between these two conditions. We will examine the current research and provide you with insights into this connection. Understanding the relationship between Hashimoto’s and H. pylori can help inform treatment strategies and potentially improve outcomes for individuals dealing with both conditions.

Other potential topics and ideas

We are always open to new ideas and suggestions from our audience. Your feedback is what drives us to create content that is valuable and relevant to you. If you have any specific interests or topics you would like us to cover, please let us know. We want to ensure that the topics we address align with our expertise and can provide you with the support you need. Whether it’s addressing other autoimmune conditions, exploring the needs of high mercury patients, or delving into the interconnectedness of conditions like fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and gut problems, we are eager to hear your ideas. Your input helps shape the future of our videos and ensures that we continue to deliver content that resonates with you.

In conclusion, we are grateful for the feedback and engagement we have received from our viewers. Your support and suggestions have been invaluable in shaping our content and helping us better serve the Hashimoto’s community. As we move forward, we will continue to provide high-quality videos on thyroid-related topics, explore new areas of interest, and adapt to the needs of our audience. We are excited about the upcoming topics we have planned and the wealth of new information we have to share. Thank you for being a part of our journey as we continue to provide education, support, and insights into the world of Hashimoto’s.

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