Grandparents don't have thyroid disease

For most people, their grandparents didn’t have thyroid disease. The author makes some excellent points as to why thyroid disease is on the rise. And I agree with her. The arguments she makes for the decline of our thyroid health due to diet, stress and toxins, I believe are right on. But there is one thing, my maternal grandmother had a goiter. She had surgery to remove her thyroid when I was a child. She died about 20 years before I developed Grave’s disease, so there wasn’t any opportunity to talk to her about her treatment. I wish I had had the chance to hear about her experiences with the disease.

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Since we are talking about the increase in thyroid disease, here are 9 signs your thyroid isn’t working right:

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