Thyroid Treatments

Managing Subclinical Hypothyroidism During Pregnancy

Managing Subclinical Hypothyroidism During Pregnancy

Managing subclinical hypothyroidism during pregnancy has been an ongoing issue. Do you treat your low thyroid function or do you hope your body will respond to your pregnancy with the proper amount of thyroid hormone naturally? In this update by John Schieszer, the  American Thyroid Association (ATA) provide guidance on how best to diagnose and…

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Supplementing Iodine: Too Much Can Be Dangerous

Supplementing Iodine: Too Much Can Be Dangerous

Supplementing iodine in your diet: How many times have you heard you need more iodine your diet to help improve your thyroid function? Iodine is a micronutrient and a chemical element that the body cannot make. It has to come from your diet or supplements. Many of us who have thyroid disease have heard the…

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Are You a Victim of Old School Thyroid Testing

Are You a Victim of Old School Thyroid Testing

Old school thyroid testing is creating an epidemic of tired, overweight folks who don’t know they’re hypothyroid because of this improper testing. In this article by Suzy Cohen of Thyroid Nation, she explains why just testing a person’s TSH only gives a doctor a piece of the puzzle. TSH is incapable of telling you or…

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Losing Weight with Thyroid Disease: Why It’s So Difficult

Losing Weight with Thyroid Disease: Why It's So Difficult

Losing weight with thyroid disease is next to impossible.  A recent study of Biggest Loser participants showed that metabolism decreases during weight loss and persists for six years. A study by Dr. Kevin Hall and his colleagues is getting a lot of attention for their work on metabolism in weight loss attempts in recent years.…

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Exercising With Thyroid Disorders

Exercising with Thyroid Disorders

Exercising with thyroid disorders can be tricky. First, you have to deal with fatigue, then the achy joints, and those are just a couple of the physical symptoms. It’s enough to make you quit, if you have even started in the first place. Hey, I’m not judging; exercising when you are hypothyroid is difficult to…

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New Research in Generating Thyroid Cells

New Research in Generating Thyroid Cells

New research in generating thyroid cells shows promise in the fight against thyroid disease. With a minimum of 10% of the population suffering from thyroid disease, this is great news. The findings, which appear in the journal Stem Cell Reports, are the first step to developing a similar protocol using human stem cells that will…

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A Healthy Thyroid Diet-3 Foods to Avoid

A Healthy Thyroid Diet- 3 Foods to Avoid

A healthy thyroid diet is made up of a variety of many foods, however there are several foods that need to be avoided. If you have thyroid issues what you eat can make a huge difference in how you feel. Since many experts believe that up to 30% of women will develop a autoimmune disorder in…

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Naturally Balance Your Hormones

Naturally Balance Your Hormones

Naturally balance your hormones. You see that phase quite often. What exactly does that mean? And how do you do that? Where do you even start? Plus, if you are struggling with hormone imbalance, the thought of making changes in your lifestyle can be overwhelming to say the least. To help you get started on…

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Improve Your Thyroid Health: 6 Tips

How To Improve Your Thyroid Health

Many of you are always looking for way to improve your thyroid health, but it’s not always easy! One of the most annoying symptoms of thyroid disease is brain fog. I know it is one that I struggle with. So with that in mind, I have an article by Fern Oliva. She has tips for…

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