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FTC LEGAL DISCLAIMER: I changed my life using the system that I’m sharing with you on this webpage, and the testimonials on this page are all from real men and women that changed their lives using the same diet-based system. However, it’s important you know these results are not typical. My story and the stories of the men and women featured on this page are meant as a showcase of what the best, most motivated men and women can do using the Hypothyroidism Revolution system, not as “typical” or “average” results. You should not expect to change your life like we did unless you follow the plan with superlative consistency, accuracy, and dedication. The Hypothyroidism Revolution is NOT a “miracle” cure. If that is what you’re looking for, I can’t help you. But what I do provide you with on this site is a real, permanent, and healthy way to regulate your thyroid hormone pathway to restore proper thyroid function. In order to get results from my system, you’ll need to consistently follow the recommendations I give you. I’m not a doctor (thankfully), and my advice is not a substitute for medical advice. Please consult your physical before making any changes to your diet.