Four hormones linked to infertility

Last week, Duncan Capicchiano, ND, helped us answered your questions on hypothyroidism and infertility, and we said that we’d add to the discussion so here we are… The first thing we’d like to mention is something called excess estrogen. Estrogen is a sex hormone that is produced by fat cells and more than anything by the ovaries – which by the way also produce testosterone. Testosterone is a sex a hormone that we, women, also have. Testosterone as well as … Read More →


Still dealing with fatigue? Possible reasons…

You may remember that not too long ago I told you about my meeting with one of our subscribers (from the UK), who happens to live in the same city where I am now. Well, yesterday we got together again to enjoy a cup of coffee in a charming patisserie situated in a neighborhood that is known for its colonial and bohemian style – La Candelaria. We talked about many things including health related topics, off course ;), and the … Read More →


Hashimoto’s disease: the immune system has the key

  • By Low Thyroid Help
  • 17 January, 2012
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In the past few weeks we’ve received many inquires about Hashimoto’s disease. Many of you are finding it difficult to treat it properly and are wondering what else could be done. Well, today I am happy to say that we have key info to share with you. Please keep reading because this is very interesting and not only it could help you but anyone you know may know who is dealing with an autoimmune condition. Here we go… Hashimoto’s disease … Read More →


Itchy and bothersome linked to thyroid

There is something that not only can be itchy and bothersome but frustrating too, and which many doctors,  unfortunately, discard as a health issue linked to low thyroid function. What is it? Hives or urticaria. Hives are often itchy and look like welts of red and elevated skin, similar to a mosquito bite. They can come and go in a very short period of time and usually do not appear on the same area. Among the things that can cause … Read More →


Pain, Tingling, Itching & Thyroid

There is a question we’ve been getting lately so today we are going to talk about this.. It has to do with pain and tingling and even itching in hands and fingers. You may know that muscle aches and pain can be part of the symptoms of hypothyroidism but, what about these other symptoms.. The answer is that they can be linked to low thyroid function as well. And the name of the condition that causes all these symptoms is … Read More →


7 Ways to Combat Constipation

Over a week ago we asked you what was your most pressing question and one thing that many of our readers mentioned was constipation. We know that this is a big issue for people with low thyroid function so here are seven things that can help you combat this very annoying symptom in a safe way. By the way, we are still responding to all your emails. We got tons. If you sent a question and haven’t heard from us … Read More →


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