Study Points for Inclusion of T3 in Hypothyroidism Treatment

T3 could finally be included in the treatment of hypothyroidism thanks to a study conducted by the Miller School Of Medicine, University of Miami. The objective of this study was to compare the effects of treatment using a combination of T3 and T4 and treatments using just T4.  Pre Pharma, treatment was by disiccated thyroid, a natural product from the thyroid of pigs and sheep. This product has both T3 and T4 and works extremely well. Now treatment is generally … Read More →

Latest Study Finds Connection between BPA and Hypothyroidism

Early Study suggests possible connection between BPA and Hypothyroidism I just came across this study by a group of researchers led by  Catherine Viguié, PhD, of Toxalim, Research Centre in Food Toxicology in Toulouse, France. What is BPA? Not everyone is aware  that BPA is a chemical hidden in many of the products we consume. It is practically impossible to avoid unless you are lucky to live in a country where it has been banned. It is a found in … Read More →

Fluoride and Hypothyroidism

Fluoridation and Hypothyroidism Did you realize that fluoride was once used to reduce the effects of hyperthyroidism!! Today we live in communities ingesting drinking water with fluoride doses being similar to that once prescribed. Is it possible that this is contributing to hypothyroidism? Consider the widespread problem we have with obesity, lethargy, depression and heart disease, just to mention a few. It’s probably time we all take a look at some of the documented research undergone on this topic.   … Read More →

Carob – Sweet Treat Packed with Nutrients

Carob – Interesting? I must admit I have dismissed this in the past, probably because of my first experience tasting it as a substitute for chocloate. It didn’t rate for me at the time. Carob is a tree that comes from the Mediterranean Region and a member of the pulse family. According to history, the Romans used to eat the pods for their natural sweetness. Carob powder can be used as a substitute for cocoa powder in cookies, cakes, candies … Read More →

How to Lose Weight with Hypothyroidism – 7 Easy to Follow Tips

  7 Tips to Lose Weight with Hypothyroidism Figuring out how to lose weight with hypothyroidism can be a rather difficult task. If you’re struggling to drop the extra pounds, here are a few tips that will help.   Change your diet to one that’s low in carbohydrates. You should reduce the amount of rice, pasta, and bread that you eat. Refined sugars should also be eliminated from your diet. A diet filled with complex carbohydrates (such as vegetables) and … Read More →

Hypothyroidism in Children

  Hypothyroidism in Children Hypothyroidism in children, including infants and adolescents, is a lot more common than most people probably know. The majority of cases are due to affected thyroids but at least five percent of cases are caused by an issue with the pituitary gland in the brain. Thyroid problems can develop at any point in life. Infants can be born with hypothyroidism or they can develop it as children, adolescents or even as adults all seemingly without warning. … Read More →

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