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How to Use This Page:

I’ve broken this page up into several sections.  Click on the below links and you’ll get all the amazing information specific for that section or feel free to scroll through the entire page and look at it all.

Liver Section

Thyroid Section

Adrenal Section

Gut Section


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Food List for Deep Liver Cleansing

 Carbs as Fruits:

  • Wild Blueberries, apples, brown pears, kiwi, papaya, mango

 Proteins and Fats: 

  • Plant Proteins and Fats: Hemp seeds, chia seeds (soaked), flax seeds (blended or chewed very well)
  • Walnut (high gamma tocopherol),
  • Avocado, black olives, black seed oil, olive oil, coconut oil. (Never cook with flax, sunflower, safflower, or corn oil)
  • Animal Proteins ◦Wild caught salmon, sardines, wild caught tilapia, calamari and octopus

Other Carbs:

  •  Grains and Legumes
    • Black rice
    • Gluten free oats cooked at least 30 minutes
    • Legumes:
    • Lima beans
    • Kidney the best

Smoothie recipe for Deep Liver Cleansing:

  • 1 scoop of a detoxing plant based protein.  You can use my Dr. Rob’s Fat and Liver Cleanse Shake or if you’d like.
  • 1/2 cup of frozen wild organic blueberries
  • 1/4 cup frozen kale
  • As much unsweetened coconut milk for taste or you can use water
  • 1 pinch of washed broccoli sprouts (optional)
  • Blend until smooth

Supplements for Deep Liver Cleansing

  •  Milk thistle 200 mgs
  •  Dandelion root 100 mgs
  •  Picrorhiza root 100 mgs
  •  Burdock root 50 mgs
  •  N-acetyl cysteine 50 mgs

You can check out My Liver Support Formula or find a similar formula online:  Dr. Rob’s Liver Support Supplement 

ACTIVE B-VITAMINS:

  •  B6 as pyridoxal 5-phosphate not pyridoxine
  •  B12 as methyl cobalamin not cyanocobalamin
  •  Folate as 5Methyltetrahydro folic acid NOT FOLIC ACID, FOLINIC ACID OR STRAIGHT FOLATE

Thyroid Section

The Supplement Support List for Primary Hypothyroidism

  • Iodine (potassium Iodine) 225 mcg (not too much pure iodine
  • Kelp powder 600mgs
  • Bladderwrack Whole Plant Extract 100mgs
  • Selenium (l-selenomethionine) 40 mcg
  • Zinc (as amino acid chelate) 1.5
  • Molybdenum 30 mcg
  • Celtic sea salt 1 tsp per day in 64 ounces of water

If you prefer to take everything in one supplement you can consider purchasing this all-in-one Thyroid Complete supplement. 


The Supplement Support List for Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

  • Curcumin C3 complex 750 mgs
  • Paractin 250 mgs
  • N-acetyl D-glucosamine 750 mgs

If you prefer to take everything in one supplement you can consider purchasing this all-in-one Reg-Ummune supplement

  • Milk thistle seed extract 200 mgs
  • N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine 100 mgs
  • Selenium 100 mcg
  • Inositol 200 mcg
  • Zinc 10 mg
  • Vitamin D 5,000 IUS

You can also consider this Liver Detox Supplement


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The Supplement Support List for Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

  • Curcumin C3 complex 750 mgs
  • Paractin 250 mgs
  • N-acetyl D-glucosamine 750 mgs

If you prefer to take everything in one supplement you can consider purchasing this all-in-one Reg-Ummune supplement

  • Milk thistle seed extract 200 mgs
  • N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine 100 mgs
  • Selenium 100 mcg
  • Inositol 200 mcg
  • Zinc 10 mg
  • Vitamin D 5,000 IUS
  • Bugleweed 350 mgs
  • Lemon balm 250 mgs

You can also consider this Liver Detox Supplement and this Specialized Thyroid Supplement


The Supplement Support List for Surgically Removed and Radioactively Treated Thyroid Gland

  • I3C 200 mgs
  • DIM 100 mgs
  • Curcumin C3 complex 750 mgs
  • Paractin 250 mgs
  • Milk thistle seed extract 200 mgs
  • N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine 300 to 600 mgs
  • Selenium 100 mcg
  • Inositol 200 mcg
  •  Zinc 10 mg

Detox Foods for Hashimoto’s, Graves, No Thyroid, RAI Thyroid and Hyperthyroid

  • Moderate protein (35g to 65g /day)
  • Moderate amount of fats about 60g to 100g.
  • Low to moderate carbohydrate 50g to 100g
  • Lower calorie in general 1,200-1,800
  • Increase calories for Graves’ 1,500 to 2,400
  •  Brazil nuts-selenium
  •  Chia seeds
  •  Black seed oil
  •  Coconut oil
  •  Olive oil
  •  Hemp seeds-complete protein
  • Wild caught salmon
  •  Berries
  •  Apples
  •  Pears
  •  Kiwi
  •  Black rice
  • Brazil nuts
  • Fermented vegetables.  Improves digestion of
  •   protein and absorption of selenium and iodine
  • Lots of green veggies = iron
  • Mushrooms = vitamin D
  • Sea vegetables, kelp, wakame, hijiki
  • Lots of non-cruciferous vegetables.  Asparagus, romaine lettuce, field greens, spinach.
  • Can do cruciferous if you add an iodine food.
  • No Iodine for Hashimoto’s thyroiditis but lots of cruciferous veggies.

Thyroid Foods to Avoid

  •  Soy foods: Tofu, tempeh, edamame, etc.
  •  Fruits and starchy plants: Cassava (flour—bubble tea, cheese bread, Brazilian, peaches.
  •  Nuts and seeds: Millet, pine nuts and peanuts. For some flaxseed and almonds.
  •  Some studies have found that pearl millet might interfere with thyroid function.
  •  Tuna, mackerel, sea bass, yellow tail

Adrenal Information

  • Adrenal Supplement List
  • Adrenal Stress Reduction Techniques
  • 7 of my favorite fast adrenal strengthening recipes and a bit about the health benefits of each.
  • I included some adrenal bonus information below.

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Dr. Rob’s Favorite Adrenal Supplements When Detoxing

  • Rhodiola rosea: 250mgs to 500mgs for very high cortisol and 10 mgs to 50mgs for low cortisol and about 100 mgs for 90% of most adrenal cases.
  • Eleuthero (Siberian Ginseng): used for all adrenal cases 250 mgs
  • Calcium D-pantothenate: the key B-vitamin needed to help the adrenals produce adrenal hormones.  250mgs seems to be an ideal amount for many.
  • Camu Camu fruit powder:  this feeds the adrenals a complete complex of vitamin C.  Take between 25mgs and 100 mgs.
  • You can also try Dr. Rob’s Adrenal HB supplement 

Dr. Rob’s Adrenal Stress Reduction and Lifestyle Techniques

Disclaimer:  you have real life problems that need to be address it is advised that you work with a mental healthcare professional.  We are in no way positioning ourselves as mental healthcare professionals.  We are not recommending that you break off relationships or cause additional stress in your life.  The above are tips to help reduce stress and improve positive outlook.  Please seek out a mental healthcare professional for additional help.

  1. Walking. Procedure:  You’d think this was simple right?  Wrong.  Lots of folks who walk look at the ground or talk with their walking partner about things that bother them.  What we want for the adrenal glands is for the person to walk and get out of their head.  Look at the environment.  Look at the trees, the clouds, the birds and the grass.  Appreciate nature and if you are walking with someone keep the conversations on a positive note.When I say look at things I don’t mean glance at them.  I also don’t mean stare at them like a lunatic.  I mean intent-fully look at them.  After you have definitely noticed that red flag on the mailbox then look at the tree branch.  When that has been looked at then view that cloud far away.  It is of benefit to look at things that are big, small, near and far.  Walking really helps to reduce excess stress hormone production and makes you feel better.

  1. Removing or handling negative people in your life. This can be a big one.  If you are around a person that just makes you feel terrible about yourself, or is overly critical of you, it sounds like it’s time for a good sit down.  It may be time to talk with that person and set some boundaries.  Explain to them what they are doing that is not ok or hurtful and ensure that they stop.  If they don’t stop then it may be time to simply spend less time with that person.  Life is far too short to be around negative, energy draining people that want to steal your sunshine.  Now if you are going to stop hanging around with someone ensure to work with a counselor before you just go dumping people.

  1. Laugh and have fun! Did you know that laughing can significantly reduce stress hormones and improve neurotransmitter levels?  It’s ok to be silly.  It’s ok to laugh and find the fun and goofiness in things.  We don’t have to always be so serious.  Watch funny shows, read funny books and be around people who you really enjoy and can laugh with.  What you put your attention on is what you get.  Put your attention on garbage and you’ll feel like garbage.  However, put your attention on the joy and silliness in life and you’ll soon start smiling.

  1. Stop watching the news and reading the newspaper. In my opinion, at least 95% of the information disseminated by “the news” has a negative spin on it.  It’s all doom and gloom.  Watch or read that long enough and you’ll be mentally programed to believe it.  I like to view my mind as a computer.  “What do I want to download today?” I ask myself.  Happiness or fear, sadness and misery.  Uh, I’ll take the happiness thanks!

  1. Unfollow negative social media groups. Simply put, just unfollow all social media groups or people that send negativity across your news feed.  Remember, you can choose what you download into your own personal universe.  If you download lots of positivity you’re more likely to then be positive.
  2. Clean up your space and clean up your mind. If your house is messy or there is a particular room that’s in bad shape, clean it up.  I’m not saying you have to make this room look like a room in the penthouse at the Ritz Carlton but if it’s dirty or messy clean it.  When you have clutter around you it can subconsciously create a similar state mentally.  It can weigh you down.  It can make you feel fuzzy in the brain.  When the space around you is organized and clean you feel better.  Sometimes the first step in detoxing a person’s body is to get them to detoxify the space around them.  Destress your space and you’ll start to destress your adrenal glands.

  1. Reactionary Delay Technique: This is a technique that helps an individual detach from the emotional connection they have from the situation and be more analytical.  The old statement, “I let my emotions get the best of me” or “I let my emotions get in the way” essentially mean that a lack of analytic judgement can exist in certain emotionally charged situations.  Being overly emotional when not necessary can be rough on the adrenal glands especially when someone has adrenal fatigue.

When I used the term, “emotional” I’m referring to an excess amount of a negative emotion such as, anger, fear, resentment and so on.  I’m not suggesting that if your coworker stole your money that is not something that you should get angry about.  Anger would be a normal emotion for that immediate situation.  However, how angry do you really need to get?  Also, how long should your anger last?  Should you be angry for the next 5 minutes, 5 hours, 5 days?

This technique helps an individual gain a more analytical perspective.  It is great to use when you get bad news.  You’d not use this technique if you were in an argument with someone.  However, you can use it if the actual argument is over and you are still harboring upset.

Steps:

  1. Identify the negative emotion that you are experiencing.
  2. Tell yourself, “I’m going to put this emotion aside for a minute.” Mentally ball up the emotion, if possible, and put it in a space outside of your body.  It sounds weird I know.  Just do it
  3. Take a moment and look at 5 or more things in your environment without thinking of the negative emotion. Really look at this objects.  Don’t just glance at them but deliberately look at them. You should start experiencing a slight destressing of your body and mind. Once you feel that stop intentionally looking at the items in your environment and move onto step 4.
  4. Think of 3 things you are grateful for.
  5. Revisit the situation that caused your initial upset and do 3 things:
    1. Try and understand why the situation occurred or what potentially caused it. If it involves another person, put yourself in their shoes so you can understand them better. Understanding reduces upset.
    2. Take the situation and mentally put it in a space in front of you, like you are watching a movie. Look at it and determine how you can resolve it so you will feel better.
    3. Now write down the solution that you just came up with in “b” above and actually carry it out to a real life resolution.

Dr. Rob’s Adrenal Recipes:

  1. Dr. Rob’s Red, White & Green:  A recipe designed to contain high l-tyrosine beans with vitamin C greens and healthy fats.  Feeding the adrenals and removing stress from the liver.
  2. Bethany’s Chicken or Salmon Salad:  A recipe designed to contain lots of healthy fats, magnesium, B6, B5 and B12, all of which are needed for adrenal health and function.
  3. Roasted Shrimp & White Beans:  A super high l-tyrosine meal, with a pound of vitamin C greens, healthy fats and antioxidant herbs.   Great for the thyroid and adrenals!
  4. Egg and Veggie Muffins:  A wonderful breakfast recipe designed to provide high amounts of vitamin C from red and green peppers and great protein and fats from eggs.
  5. Curried Kale and Cauliflower: A great vegan meal with gut friendly pumpkin seeds and anti-inflammatory spices to help remove stress from the adrenals.
  6. Nola’s White Bean Chili: Another high tyrosine meal, that is easy to make and contains anti-inflammatory fats to assist the adrenals.
  7. Fat Burning Candy Bars:  Originally created by Dr. Eric Berg and modified by Dr. Rob, these candy bars are a good source of magnesium and health fats for the adrenals.

Extras:

  1. Banana Leaf Tea:  A super easy to make tea that provides nutrients that may help to promote sleep and support digestion.  Best to be taken after dinner or closer to bedtime.
  2. Dr. Rob’s Sweet Potato Yum:  A great dessert or quick vegetarian recipe that provides, B5, magnesium and supports healthy catecholamine levels.

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Why You Should Never Eat Farmed Salmon

  • ☠PCB (Polychlorinated biphenyls) are very toxic chemicals that were banned in 1979 in the United States because of their potential harmful affect on the human body and environment.
  • ☠ However, farmed salmon are about 8 times higher in PCB concentration than wild salmon.
  • ☠ Gray, is the color of most farmed salmon. Additives are placed into the Salmon’s food in order to create an artificial orange color
  • ☠ In a study where mice were fed farmed salmon, they developed obesity and diabetes. The researchers believed this was directly related to the toxins present in the salmon.

Places Where I Get Healthy Salmon and Grass Fed Organic Beef


Gut Information

Special Gut Detox Smoothie Recipe:

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup pineapple
  • 1 inch piece of ginger and turmeric
  • 1 pinch of cayenne
  • 1 capsule of your favorite probiotic with saccharomyces boulardii or you can use Dr. Rob’s Ultimate Flora Support

Instructions:

Juice the pineapple, ginger and turmeric and then add Dr. Rob’s Ultimate Flora Support to the mixture.  Place in the refrigerator and let sit overnight.  The specific probiotic bacteria will digest some, if not all of the sugar, in the mixture making a massively potent anti-inflammatory probiotic drink.


29 Amazing Anti-inflammatory Gut Supporting Foods

1. BLUEBERRIES
Blueberries, especially wild, are amazing at supporting the removal of heavy metals from the body, particually the brain.  Their consumption may help to improve memory and decrease symptoms of depression. The are also a prebiotic food that feeds the gut microbiome.

2. STRAWBERRIES
Strawberries are great for SIBO cases that want to eat fruits because they are considered a zero FODMAP food.  They are also a good source of vitamin C to support a healthy immune response!

3. BLACKBERRIES
Blackberries are also anti-inflammatory and provide lots of vitamin K needed for bone health and may help heavy menstrual bleeding, and bloody stools.  Blackberries are also rich in manganese, which is important for pituitary function, ligament health, brain function, hormone balance, and metabolism.

4. RASPBERRIES
Raspberries are the fiber berry containing the most fiber in the berry family. Research indicates that they may reduce the incidence of fatty liver disease as well as may be beneficial for the symptoms of arthritis, help with weight loss, and reduce the signs of aging.

5. TOMATOES
Tomatoes are not good if you have osteoarthritis because they contain solanine, which is toxic and has fungicidal and pesticidal properties, and it is one of the plant’s natural defenses.  This plant toxin can aggravate arthritis, however, it is a great source of lycopene, which may reduce cancer risk and improve cardiovascular health as well as, protect the brain from age-related
degeneration, and improve vision, especially in older adults.

6. SHITAKE MUSHROOMS
Shiitake mushrooms MUST be cooked in order to neutralize toxins like hydrazine and formaldehyde.  However, once cooked they are incredible feeders to the gut micorbiome and contain anti-cancer properties.

7. BROCCOLI SPROUTS
Broccoli Sprouts are one of the most powerful anti-cancer products on the plante.  In fact John Hopkins University tried to patent the growing and use of brocolli sprouts because of their rich sulforaphane content, an antioxidant that decreases inflammation by reducing bloodborne levels of cytokines and other agents that trigger bodywide inflammation. I

8. BELL PEPPERS
Bell peppers are also not good if you have osteoarthritis because they contain solanine, which is toxic and has fungicidal and pesticidal properties, and it is one of the plant’s natural defenses.  They contain great amount of vitamin C and  red pepers in particular, like tomatoes are a great source of lycopene.

9. SWEET POTATOES
Sweet potatoes contain a group of anti-inflammatory carotenoids that pull down inflammation in the body and also are filled with an excellent source of fiber for the gut microbiome. Sweet potatoes also help to support the brain and immune system.

10. ONIONS
Onions are AMAZING containing over over 25 different antioxidants and are one of the best sources of the superpowerful antioxidant quercetin. No wonder my grandmother lived until almost 100.


11. GRAPES
Although should be eaten in moderation due to their high sugar content are high in anthocyanins, which reduce inflammation by scavenging free radicals. They also contain resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant and trigger the release of adiponectin, a hormone that influences metabolism, so they may be beneficial for weight loss.

12. APPLES
Well you know the saying and it’s true.  High in the gut feeding fiber pectin, anti-inflammatory compound quercetin and a wonderful crunch try to put these in your diet daily especially during the colder months.

13. CHERRIES
Cherries can also improve exercise recover time, support cardiovascular health, and enhance sleep quality.   The darker the better for these guys!

14. ORANGES
Contain flavonoids such as hesperidin and naringenin which support healthy blood vessels.

15. WATERMELONS
Watermelons are super high in sugar and not recommended for daily consumption but on at hot are excellent for hydration. After all, it’s 92% water! In addition, watermellons are high in vitamins A and C and it contains 40% more lycopene than tomatoes.


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16. PINEAPPLES
Pineapples contain the enzyme bromelain that breaks down proteins that may lead to inflammation in the body.  Researchers believe that the bromelain in pineapple may even lower cancer risk and  may have protective benefits for cardiovascular health.

17. AVOCADOS
Avocados are super high in potassium relaxing muscles and provide polyphenols that provide prebiotic nourishment for the gut microbiome.

18. COLLARD GREENS
Collard greens are a good source of two hallmark anti-inflammatory nutrients — vitamin K and omega-3 fatty acids (in the form of alpha-linoleic acid, or
ALA). In addition to these collards can raise the anti-inflammatory substance indole-3-carbinole (IC3).

19. SPINACH
Spinach eat it cooked because of it’s high oxalate content by boiling for one minute.  However, it’s a great source of anti-inflammatory nutrients like lutein.

And the final 10 on the list, which are all chockfull of anti-inflammatory compounds:

20. BLACK BEANS

21. LENTILS

22. CHICKPEAS

23. OATS

24. BUCKWHEAT

25. MILLET

26. WALNUTS

27. ALMONDS

28. BRAZIL NUTS

29. HEMP SEEDS


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