Episode 24: Flourishing Through Thyroid Struggles & Hashimotos with Carrie Vitt

Colorful Eats Podcast Episode 24 Carrie Vitt

 

Today we’ve got a special guest on the podcast whom you may already know and love by her delicious grain-free recipes, Carrie Vitt of Deliciously Organic. But if this gal is new to you, you’re in for a treat! 

Carrie is the author of the best selling cookbooks Deliciously Organic and The Grain-Free Family Table, the genius behind the recipes of deliciouslyorganic.net and a brand new NTP. 

On today’s episode, Carrie is sharing all about her journey to find health and wellness after a Hashimotos diagnosis — how her diagnosis came about, how she used a nutrient dense, real food diet to make major progress in her health and how important managing stress is on healing. Her story is incredible and many of you may be able to relate or even find comfort in her journey.

We know many women struggle with thyroid issues and Hashimotos, so if that is you or even a friend, this will inspire you to keep strong despite these physical and emotional struggles!

Check out more from Carrie Vitt over on her website, Deliciously Organic, or on Instagram or Facebook and don’t forget to snag one of her awesome cookbooks — Deliciously Organic and The Grain-Free Family Table.

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  1. Bertha Burke

    March 1st, 2017 at 2:02 am

    I listened to your thiriod podcast and would like to join to do the oils. How do I do that to get the oils and menus planning you spoke about?

  2. Caroline Potter

    March 1st, 2017 at 3:44 pm

    You can find that info on Carrie’s website 🙂