Hypothyroidism Workshop: The Right And Wrong Way To Heal Your Thyroid

Thyroid problems can not only make you feel miserable but literally ruin your life. They develop gradually and often over the course of many years so that hypothyroid symptoms slowly taking over and you may even don't realize that your thyroid is to blame. You may think that you are stressed, or just getting older. You go to a doctor and make a standard TSH test but your lab test results come back normal. You may complaint about your symptoms and that you are not feeling well to your doctor … [Read more...]

How To Heal Your Thyroid Naturally

Can you believe Christmas is almost here? In just a couple of days, it’s going to be 2013. I’d like to know… what are YOUR plans? Would you like to have great energy and feel fantastic in your body over this Holiday season and years ahead? Today, I have something REALLY cool to share with you. Many women have one thing in common: they are frustrated with how they look and feel. They want a solution that is simple to follow and will finally WORK for them after getting disappointing … [Read more...]

FREE Report: Candida Warning

Candida Warning: What You Need To Know To Beat Yeast Infection Permanently This report was written by Linda Allen who is an author, researcher, nutritionist and health consultant. Linda dedicated her life to creating the ultimate holistic yeast infection solution guaranteed to permanently cure the root of candida and dramatically improve the overall quality of your life, naturally, without the use prescription medication and without any side effects. Why you should care if your have a … [Read more...]

The Truth About Thyroid Disease – Natural Options Your Doctor Won’t Tell You About

A Guest Post by Dr. Peter Osborne, Founder of Gluten-Free Society and Glutenology Addressing Thyroid Disease Naturally Classic signs of thyroid hormone deficiency include fatigue, memory loss,  cold hands and feet, muscle and joint pain, depression, high cholesterol, and  constipation. Over the past 2 years, I have seen a large influx of patients that  had been placed on thyroid hormones to treat the above symptoms. Many of these  individuals responded well to thyroid hormone initially, … [Read more...]

How Low Iodine Levels Can Cause Hashimoto’s Disease

We all know that iodine is essential for the thyroid and breast health. However, excessive consumption of iodine through the diet can trigger and significantly aggravate autoimmune thyroid condition called Hashimoto's disease and should be avoided for life. But what about those Hashimoto's patients who have low iodine levels? In the following article Dr. Alexander Haskell, ND explains how low iodine levels can also trigger Hashimoto's thyroiditis and talks about his treatment approach in … [Read more...]

How Gut Health Affects Your Thyroid Function

The intestinal lining is an important immune barrier that is responsible for more than 60% of the immune defense. Good bacteria performs a range of essential health critical functions in the human body, however its benefits are not fully recognized by Western medicine. In fact, in 1908 European scientists Paul Ehrlich and Ilya Mechnikov were awarded a Nobel Prize in Medicine as a recognition for their work on autoimmunity and discovery of phagocytosis. One of the major responsibilities of … [Read more...]

Risks of hyperthyroidism and what you can do about it

Hyperthyroidism can be complicated by severe cardiovascular disease, neurological and psychiatric manifestations that may require hospital admission or urgent treatment. Untreated hyperthyroidism especially puts elderly people at a higher risk for atrial fibrillation, cardiovascular disease, thyroid eye disease, hip fracture, decreased bone mineral density and adversely affects their quality of life. Health risks of hyperthyroidism About 85% of patients with hyperthyroidism develop … [Read more...]

Underactive thyroid in women

Hypothyroidism is a common endocrine disorder resulting from deficiency of thyroid hormones. If the thyroid gland does not secrete enough thyroid hormones the body requires then the metabolism slows down and the woman becomes hypothyroid. Hashimoto's thyroiditis is the most common autoimmune disease and cause of hypothyroidism in North America and other industrialized countries. This health condition runs in the family and occurs six times more often in women than in men. In Hashimoto's … [Read more...]

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