Six Surprising Facts About High Thyroid Antibodies

Conventional medicine commonly ignores thyroid antibodies and most doctors don’t check for them routinely even if a thyroid disease is suspected.  However, high thyroid antibodies are a valuable indicator for autoimmune thyroid conditions and help to make a proper diagnosis of both Hashimoto’s and Grave’s disease. The main reason why the test for thyroid antibodies is not ordered as often as it should be lies in the treatment approach to hypothyroidism.  According to conventional medicine, … [Read more...]

A Must-Have Supplement For Hypothyroidism And Hashimoto’s Disease

Did you know that hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's eventually exhaust glutathione levels and create glutathione deficiency? In fact, autoimmune or chronic diseases such as Hashimoto’s, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis tax the immune system and damage tissue and are significant stressors that deplete glutathione. As a result, most people with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's disease have severe glutathione deficiency and an impaired glutathione recycling. When glutathione becomes depleted it … [Read more...]

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Where does it hurt on your body? Your back... your knees... shoulders... neck... legs... wrists... hands... or your feet? (Or several of these?) You are not alone! In fact, you are one of the 116 million Americans, or hundreds of millions of others worldwide, living with different types of pain... While there are different kinds of solutions for different pain areas, there is one solution you absolutely need because it will quickly shut down the pain you suffer from and work better than … [Read more...]

6 Embarrassing Thyroid Symptoms That Should Never Become Your New Normal

There are many concerning symptoms that can be caused by thyroid disease, however there is one problem that no one talks about it. In fact, millions of women as early as in their 30s or those who are in peri-menopause and menopause are silently suffering because they... 1. Don't enjoy sex as much as they used to 2. Experience embarrassing urine leaks 3. Having painful intercourse due to vaginal dryness 4. Just don’t have enough energy for … [Read more...]

This Fat Is 4 Times Better For Your Thyroid Than Coconut Oil

  Coconut oil is by far one of the best fats or cooking oils, for people with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's disease. Most benefits of using coconut oil for thyroid health are related to its ability to prevent other external factors from suppressing your thyroid. Here Is Why Coconut Oil Is Good For The Thyroid Most of the benefits of using coconut oil for thyroid health are related to its ability to prevent other external factors from suppressing your thyroid. 1. Coconut oil … [Read more...]

Thyroid Lab Testing Without Visiting The Lab

During this unprecedented time, our health and safety became our top priorities. But what do you do when now is the time to test or re-test your thyroid? Many labs have cut their opening hours or do COVID-19 testing only. You may be to scared or unable to go to the lab due to self-isolation or quarantine or need to visit your doctor first to get a referral. Here's the easiest way to get thyroid tested now. You can get your thyroid tested at a lab without actually going to the lab. You … [Read more...]

The Key How To Heal And Prevent Autoimmune Disease

In conventional medicine autoimmune disease is a chronic life-long health condition that is considered to be incurable. This is what we are led to believe. However, a new discovery in the field of autoimmunity gives not only hope but opens new treatment opportunities. During last decades different models such as molecular mimicry, “bystander effect” and viral persistence were proposed as possible mechanisms that initiate the overreaction of the immune system and lead to an autoimmune disease. … [Read more...]

Why Thyroid Tests Can Be Tricky

We often hear that thyroid disease is easy to diagnose and simple to treat. All you need is a simple blood test and it doesn't matter what the other numbers are because hypothyroidism treatment is the same no matter what the cause is. Then why do so many people remain undiagnosed, undertreated and mistreated? The reality is that hypothyroidism is more complicated than that. The best way to eliminate hypothyroid symptoms is to get a proper diagnosis to correct the underlying problem The … [Read more...]

Hashimoto’s And Lupus Connection Explained

According to estimates, about 6% of patients with lupus also have hypothyroidism and 1% hyperthyroidism. Hashimoto's disease is the most common form of hypothyroidism in patients with lupus. This finding doesn't come as a surprise because both conditions are autoimmune diseases with a common etiology. Lupus is a systemic autoimmune disease that can target almost any part of the body, especially the joints, lungs, heart, skin, blood, kidneys and brain. [Tweet "#Autoimmune #Hashimotos and … [Read more...]

How To Prevent Hypothyroidism From Ruining Your Skin And Accelerated Aging

Most people are not aware that thyroid disorders can affect their skin and they may need a hypothyroidism dry skin treatment. Often skin issues can be one of the early signs of a thyroid imbalance like Hashimoto’s and hypothyroidism and appear many years before a hypothyroidism diagnosis is made. Your skin is very sensitive to your thyroid hormone levels. When you have an overactive thyroid the skin tends to become more moist and even more oily in some women as opposed to a underactive … [Read more...]

When Thyroid Drugs Don’t Work

Currently, synthetic T4 thyroid drugs are standard method of hormone replacement therapy for people with hypothyroidism. The goal of the treatment is to bring the patient into a stable condition where the TSH is in the normal range. Although the use of T4 thyroid medication has been accepted for many years in conventional medicine, many patients continue to experience symptoms of underactive thyroid even if their lab test results show normal. Beyond thyroid replacement therapy there are no … [Read more...]

How To Overcome Hashimoto’s Disease Flare Ups

Going through Hashimoto’s flare ups can be a scary and frustrating experience. Usually they happen suddenly and can last for a long time. Even people who manage Hashimoto’s successfully or have achieved remission, experience autoimmune flare ups from time to time. While it is important to try to identify what triggered your autoimmune flare up and develop some coping mechanisms, there are 3 actionable steps you can make to help you overcome Hashimoto’s flare ups more effectively, support your … [Read more...]