thyroid disease
  • Hypothyroidism

    Clinical Practice Guidelines For Hypothyrodism

    September 30, 2018

    • Hypothyroidism may be either subclinical or overt. • Subclinical hypothyroidism is characterized by a serum TSH above the upper reference limit in combination with a normal free thyroxine (T4). • An ele¬vated TSH, usually above 10 mIU/L, in combination with a subnormal free T4 characterizes overt hypothyroidism. • Environmental iodine deficiency is the most […]

  • Liver Problems

    The Tricky Thyroid Cases Can Often Include Liver Problems.

    September 27, 2018

    Our program is full of positives but occasionally we hit a barrier with inadequate gut and liver health lagging behind our treatment protocol. Remember we have already sifted out the hormonal ones which have a separated child or compromised virtue to be given more time. The balance of tricky cases will often show less than […]

  • Environmental Toxins

    Environmental Toxins And The Thyroid

    September 26, 2018

    A significant number of functional doctors have now sounded out about the role of the thyroid and the fact of it’s being quite susceptible to damage from exogenous influences such as environmental toxins. Observation shows the last 150 years has bought about a massive change in the use and infiltration into our daily lives. As […]

  • Gluten’s Impact

    Gluten’s Impact on Your Mood and Skin

    September 25, 2018

    There are billions of pills swallowed each year, with the sole intent to reduce stomach acid. I’m referring to the category of acid blockers and antacids. Medications in this category play a huge role in gluten-related illness due to their well-documented interference with the digestion of your food. Undigested food proteins like gluten can leak […]

  • Gluten Causes

    Gluten Causes Thyroid Disease

    September 24, 2018

    Different People React to Gluten in Different Ways Much like the side effects from a drug differ in different individuals, side effects from gluten exposure in people can also differ greatly. There are over 200 conditions linked to gluten to date in the medical literature. How does gluten contribute to thyroid disease • It plays […]

  • Autoimmune Hormone Disease

    Gluten Plays a Role in Autoimmune Hormone Disease

    September 23, 2018

    Fatigue, weight gain, hair loss, bloating, dry skin, and joint pain are all symptoms that can persist even while on a gluten free diet. One of the biggest reasons why has to do with gluten’s impact on your thyroid gland. The thyroid makes hormones that regulate your metabolism, and when this gland isn’t working properly, […]

  • lactose

    How Common Is Lactose Intolerance in Hashimoto’s?

    September 20, 2018

    Lactose intolerance rates in Caucasians have been reported to be between 7% to 20%, and much higher in people of Asian and African descent. Lactose intolerance can be genetic and permanent, or secondary to another condition and reversible. People with SIBO and Celiac disease are often lactose intolerant when first diagnosed, but once they address […]

  • thyroid standard

    Addition To The Thyroid Standard

    September 19, 2018

    Although we will go on to discuss much more detail on these topics, it is important at this stage to detail the treatment we are including in the thyroid standard, which is wet warm towel use in soaking pain affected parts to draw out toxins and reduce the pain. The warm water has epsom salts […]