If you belong to the ranks of The Walking Wounded, this
book is an answer to your prayers. The reader will know more about care
of the thyroid and adrenals than 95% of physicians in North America.
-J. Rao M.D.
Triple Board Certified
You might be much like me. I was staring at
a vial of drugs and seriously wondering how many weeks of life might be
left. I held those pills in my hand, hesitating. Like you, perhaps, I
felt trapped, weak and hopeless—until a huge wave of rebellion surged up
through all that aching tissue and I shouted—or thought I shouted—one
There had to be a better way to die.
I realized: what I want most of all is to
die healthy! Whenever my last day arrives, I want that day to be filled
with laughter, affection, energy, movement, good food and good work. I
want to rise to every day’s challenge with the shout, “I’m living this
life to the fullest today!”
That was not the way life would play out if I obediently took those pills.
Doesn’t everyone deserve to know about
simple, safe, cheap potential solutions to the now common conditions
like diabesity, fibromyalgia, or thyroid dysfunction? Everyone has the
right to patient autonomy. We all have the right to analyze our own
dis-eases and design our own versions of the endgame. If we make
mistakes, at least the mistakes will be our own.
Eva van Loon decided to take her
dead thyroid for a third opinion —with surprising results and the
discovery of deep connections among the ailments that today plague so
Katje’s character development is fantastic. Just when you think you know one of the characters…some new piece of information is released that changes what you thought you knew.
Kat (right) and Wolff (left)
The Kat and Wolff Pack is a team of a mother who writes fiction that will make your head spin, a daughter who explores gender and other constructs in zir fantasy worlds, and a dog who solves mysteries. We are Katje van Loon, Kaimana Wolff, and Tyee the Wundermutt. We live in the forests of BC, where we spend our days writing, reading, and paying heed to the goddess of wolves, Lady of the True Woods, Silva.