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 →


What are Some of The Natural Ways to Treat Hypothyroidism?

Hypothyroidism is becoming an epidemic in the western world.  But it often goes undiagnosed and untreated.  That is because most doctors have very little experience dealing with hypothyroidism.  If you have been diagnosed with hypothyroidism or if you suspect you suffer from hypothyroidism there are a few things you can change in your life to naturally treat this disorder.  By making these changes you can begin to feel better, stronger and younger. First it's important to understand what exactly the … Read More →


What is Natural Desiccated Thyroid?

Natural Desiccated Thyroid Ever since I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism, it has been a passion of mine to find the best natural remedies for hypothyroidism. This wasn’t only for my benefit, but also for the benefit of all those who are fighting this disease. As such, when I discovered desiccated thyroid, I decided that I ought to share my experience with others. What is Desiccated Thyroid and Why I Took It? Dessicated Thyroid refers to the thyroid glands of pigs … Read More →


Q&A with Dr. Dodd, ND. Part 1

Listen to Dr. Dodd answering questions on topics including: Possible causes of hypothyroidism Arthritis, menopause and low thyroid function Iodine supplementation, good or bad? Thyroid antibodies The endocrine system and the role of other glands in hypothyroidism Natural and homeopathic remedies for hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's Disease And much more! Click Here to listen Dr. Richard Dodd, BSc., ND.


Magnesium for Constipation

Benefits of Magnesium If you are experiencing constipation due to low thyroid, try taking 600 mg of magnesium before bed and 300 mg upon waking until you reach bowel intolerance and have a loose stool. Then cut back on your dose to 450 mg at night and 150 mg. in the morning. Magnesium, in the form of tablets or powder, relaxes the system and is an important mineral that plays a role in all metabolic actions in the body. Like … Read More →


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