Hashiona was inspired by our founder’s personal experiences with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Eva Galant, who was diagnosed in her mid 20s, is on a mission to improve the lives of women who share her condition.
Our team of medical professionals, wellness experts, and nutritionists work collaboratively to develop individualized treatment plans that incorporate the latest research and practices in medicine, nutrition and alternative therapies. We believe that the best way to manage Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is through a multifaceted approach that addresses the root causes of the condition, rather than simply masking the symptoms.
Our mission is to empower individuals with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis to take control of their health and live their best lives.
We provide a holistic approach to treating Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis by offering a range of evidence-based solutions that support the whole person – both body and mind.
The Hashiona app is a user-friendly tool designed using feedback from over 30,000 beta-testers, ensuring that it is tailored to the specific needs and challenges faced by those living with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
Through a range of features, including personalized nutrition and lifestyle recommendations, symptom tracking, medication reminders, and community support, the Hashiona app provides users with a comprehensive toolkit to help them take control of their health.
Our diet plan is specifically designed by clinical dieticians to help manage the symptoms of Hashimoto’s thyroiditis by reducing inflammation in the body.
This diet focuses on whole, nutrient-dense foods that are rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins. It also limits processed and inflammatory foods such as added sugars, refined carbohydrates, and trans fats. Additionally, the plan includes a balance of macronutrients, with an emphasis on healthy fats and proteins that help support a healthy immune system and promote overall well-being.
By following our diet plan, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis patients can improve their quality of life and better manage their symptoms.
Our diet is free from gluten, lactose, soy and sugar.
“Step by step to remission” is our evidence-based program developed by medical experts to provide a comprehensive approach to help patients with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis lower inflammation in their body and improve their overall health.
The program is based on research from more than 1200 medical articles, ensuring that it is grounded in the latest scientific understanding of autoimmune disorders. Through a combination of interactive educational resources, engaging videos and community support, “Step by step to remission” addresses the root causes of Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and provides a roadmap to help patients take control of their condition.
The program aims to empower patients to make informed decisions about their health and well-being, and to give them the tools they need to achieve long-term remission and optimal health.
2022 pre-clinical study
Back in 2022, Hashiona’s research team conducted a 3 weeks of pre-clinical study on a group of 23 women suffering from Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. The study examined the influence of the non-pharmacological dietary intervention on the subjects’ quality of life and anthropometric data. Statistical analysis showed a 78% increase in quality of life questionnaire and a decrease in body mass (1.3 kg on average) and waist circumference (1.7 cm on average).
The greatest improvements were seen in the following symptoms: nervousness and tension, mental well-being, problems coping with mood swings. The study results suggested the potential for further research to investigate the effects of a properly balanced diet on blood test results and long-term outcomes, and to examine the impact of a holistic approach on well-being, quality of life, and morphological variables in patients with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
2023 follow-up study
Hashiona’s research team is conducting a follow-up study to investigate the effectiveness of Hashiona’s proprietary diet as a non-pharmaceutical treatment for Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. The second study is conducted at a bigger scale and it includes regular blood tests to track the improvement of blood parameters in patients.
The diet, which excludes lactose, gluten, sugar, soy, and highly processed foods, is based on the nutrition plan found in the Hashiona app. The study aims to confirm that this nutrition plan can ease symptoms and improve blood parameters, including reducing antibodies, in 100 female participants aged 25-45 with Hashimoto’s. The study is set to conclude in May 2023, and early results are highly promising.