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Hi everyone.

Well, we're a year in to this newsletter. Can you believe it's already been going for that long?!

As per a few requests, I have some more book reviews and recipes coming to my blog over the next few months, to help you improve your thyroid health further, and my second book is also coming along nicely.

As I've touched on before, You, Me and Hypothyroidism is going to be for thyroid patients' other halves, spouses, friends, family etc. and aims to educate them on what they can do to support the person with hypothyroidism in their lives. I'm not sure when this book will be out yet, but I'm hoping by the end of this year. So stay tuned!

I was interviewed by The Butterfly Effect Blog recently too, and you can find the chat we had below. The questions were great fun to answer and I hope it has helped to reassure other thyroid patients that they are not alone. Victoria is a great thyroid advocate and writer too.

We're now well in to March too, Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month, which is a great opportunity to raise awareness on autoimmune thyroid disease, such as Graves' and Hashimoto's.

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism

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Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism