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Comment Of The Day: April 25, 2010

Post Published: 25 April 2010
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Once again, Liz knocked it out of the park with this week’s How To Kick Your Thyroid’s Ass: Finding Local Organic (Affordable) Produce. It was incredible to see how many people already do shop at local Farmers Markets, and how many are now eager to do so. As always, Liz, and our wonderful community inspire all of us to make better choices and re-examine our relationship with nutrition and food.

Thank you for your wonderful comments. Today’s comment;

Shan says: April 25, 2010 at 4:10 pm

Liz, I feel dismayed that the whole town here has no certified organic fresh fruit and veg on their shelves. Still, my own past efforts are rewarding me. I just walked around my garden grazing on peanut fruit, raw asparagus and a mandarin for breakfast. Now there’s something to feel good about!

In today’s second post of the day, we wrote about April Showers Bring May Thyroid Letters requesting our wonderful, literary, outspoken, brave, beautiful community to write and submit Dear Thyroid Letters. We also invited families to consider sending letters, too. Here’s an excerpt from the post:

Yes, we have a lot of spaces left in May for Dear Thyroid Letters from patients, and Dear Thyroid Family Letters. We, as a community each have a story to tell, and that story must be told. Not only do we learn from each other when we share our stories, we also give voice to our diseases, in our words and on our terms.”

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