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I thought a great deal about whether or not to include this article at Hypothyroid Mom because I prefer to avoid politics here on my site. You can be fit enough to contest the office of President of the US – even if you have hypothyroidism, a disease that can otherwise ruin your ability to think clearly or remember things, and can even make you prone to depression – unless of course you are adequately treated. Now, I know several people who are being treated with Amour Thyroid – and they all function superbly and have no symptoms of hypothyroidism. I have seen so many examples of patients who do not thrive on the standard T4-treatment, e.g. For instance, not long ago, I spoke with a woman who was referred to an endocrinologist by her GP. Perhaps many doctors still do not know NDT or perhaps they might have heard something about it but they do not quite remember. Nevertheless, these myths are the reason why so many patients, who don’t do well on the standard treatment for hypothyroidism, are not allowed to try NDT. Therefore, I have some advice to doctors who do not yet know about NDT: Contact a doctor-colleague who has had the experience. And for the endocrinologists who are only interested in treating all hypothyroid patients only with T4-medicine, I have something for you as well: Please consider the option of not taking any more hypothyroid patients into your clinic. I have never heard any endocrinologists say that “all patients with hypothyroidism are feeling healthy when treated with T4-only medicine”. But frankly, wouldn’t it be a better option to try NDT first before the patient ends up on antidepressants and disability?
To be fair, there are doctors who let patients try out therapy with NDT, except that there are not so many of them – and unfortunately this seems to be the case worldwide. Why is there such apprehension among many doctors when it comes to trying NDT (or a combination treatment with T3)? Helle Sydendal is a journalist, patient advocate, debater and author of the Scandinavian bestseller, now available in the US, From Hypothyroid to Healthy: Get Your Life Back with Successful Diagnosis and Treatment.
She has hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s and unfortunately, standard T4-medication did not improve Helle’s condition. Filed Under: Hypothyroidism Treatment Tagged With: Natural Desiccated Thyroid About Dana TrentiniWho knew that little butterfly-shaped thyroid gland at the base of my neck could affect my life so completely? I totally agree that NDT is an option that people with hypothyroidism need to have available, however we need to be assertive and sometimes demanding with the doctors. What we need is a list of Doctors, by state, that are willing to try anything and everything to get you feeling better. My endocrinologist offered NDT as an option after my thyroid was removed due to thyroid cancer. How utterly hypocritical that you print and agree with this article and also delete my comments that tell anyone & everyone where they can get NDT without a doctor! I have an endo doctor that believes in what works best for you and is extremely thorough in all the tests. Hi Jen, I thought a long time about whether to include this article at Hypothyroid Mom because of politics.
How one feels about Hillary Clinton’s politics or about her as a person is totally immaterial, IMO.
You can get it on prescription on a named patient basis but not many GPs are aware or willing to do this.
Hormones, 2nd Edition and in this interview, talks about the use of natural hormones in the treatment of hypothyroidism. In my experience, people will generally feel better on Armour Thyroid versus the synthetic combinations that you have mentioned.
A.Mary, all of these factors decrease the conversion of the relatively inactive T4 to the more active form of thyroid hormone, T3. A.Mary, there is no doubt in my mind that stress reduction improves the entire hormonal system, including the thyroid gland. A.In order to achieve the best results, I feel it is necessary to balance out the entire hormonal system.
Q.You have chapters in your book for other hormones, such as DHEA, Natural Progesterone, Natural Estrogens, Natural Testosterone, Growth Hormone, Natural Hydrocortisone, Melatonin and Pregnenolone. I found this heartrending open letter to patients, family and friends of Hashimoto’s Disease. Keep getting vaccines this is a side effect beside so many more mysterious not so mysterious side effects of vaccines. This excerpt has been provided in the absence of an abstract.The autonomous hyperfunctioning thyroid nodule is a well-established clinical entity (1, 2). Anyone can submit a comment any time after publication, but only those submitted within 4 weeks of an article’s publication will be considered for print publication. A Clear Cell Variant of Papillary Thyroid Microcarcinoma With Lung, Bone, and Soft Tissue Metastases.
Last week I shared the importance of vitamin B12 and its significance in learning and memory later in life and its relationship between vitamin B12 level decreasing with age and its association with neurological disorders.
There was an interesting study published January 6, 2016 in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. Two hundred and sixty six participants with MCI over 70 year of age were randomized to B vitamins (folic acid, vitamins B6 and B12) or placebo for 2 years. This study demonstrated that B vitamins had no effect on cognitive decline in MCI when omega-3 levels are low. A new study published last week in PLOS One found that vitamin B12 levels in the brain are much lower in the elderly population as well as significantly lower in individuals with autism or schizophrenia.
The research team analyzed tissue samples from healthy deceased donors along with tissue from donors who had autism or schizophrenia to compare. This study also found that healthy elderly individuals have approximately three times lower levels of brain B12 than younger populations, which is a natural result of aging. Autism spectrum disorders and schizophrenia are both associated with oxidative stress, which also plays an important role in aging. In this study, performed at Hasbro Children’s Hospital (RI), Boston Children’s Hospital (MA), and South Shore Hospital (MA), researchers assessed the variations in age, size, and physical maturity among adolescent ice hockey players 13 to18 years old who have had suffered from a concussion.
These results further highlight the significance and awareness of concussion in young athletes. The results of this study challenge the opinion that collision sports be postponed until freshman year, when the young athlete reaches age 14.
These findings further suggest that adolescents may have longer recoveries from concussions than adults. Medical treatments for post-concussion symptoms have consisted mainly of opiates (for headaches), antidepressants, anti-nauseas, anti-vertigo meds, and stimulants, as well as various medications to increase neurotransmitter levels.
The traumatic forces involved in concussion have been shown to result in a decrease of glucose use by the brain and changes in cerebral blood flow (as seen in those with post-concussion syndrome). Glycerophosphocholine (GPC) is a form of choline that has been shown to protect and repair damaged brain cells.1 It is often used to help prevent damage to brain cells after blood flow, and thus oxygen, has been cut off to those cells. In one study, 23 patients who suffered from concussions and cerebral contusions were given GPC for a three month period. Other brain-supportive nutrients to consider include acetyl-l-carnitine, inositol, phosphatidylserine, fish oil, krill oil, and MCT oil. Previous studies have suggested an association between low serum magnesium levels and cardiovascular disease. In this study, researchers analyzed 34,553 participants who underwent coronary multi-detector computed tomography and serum magnesium level measurement in 2010–2012 as part of a health examination program.
Low serum magnesium was significantly associated with coronary artery calcification for those at low risk for developing cardiovascular disease. There have been decades of increasing dietary calcium intake that has not balanced with rising dietary magnesium intake, and as a result the majority of adults have become magnesium deficient. We all know about essential fatty acids (EFAs) and their benefits in autoimmune disease and their anti-inflammatory benefits.
The research team analyzed data on omega-3 consumption for 30 patients who had positive cyclic citrullinated peptide (CCP) antibodies for RA and 47 control patients with negative antibodies. This study suggests that DHA and EPA may be effective in suppressing CCP antibodies which regulates the intensity and duration of the immune response. This is the first study to demonstrate an association between omega-3 fatty acids and the autoantibodies that lead to RA among patients who are at risk but not yet developed the disease. These results indicate a protective property of omega-3 fatty acids against RA by preventing its development during the period before symptoms emerge. The researchers recommend taking 1-3 grams of fish oil daily for those that may be at risk for RA or other inflammatory diseases. Autoimmune disorders occur when the body’s immune system is tricked into thinking that self is foreign and starts attacking itself. Previous studies have demonstrated that vitamin D decreases the disease severity in autoimmune disorders by regulating T cells in the immune system.
According to a new study published four days ago in The Journal of Cell Biology, researchers identified that the vitamin D receptor promotes the differentiation of oligodendrocyte progenitor cells (OPCs) and increases myelin sheath regeneration. Patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) continue to lose the myelin sheath (insulation) around the neurons.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom investigated the possible role of several nuclear receptors in remyelination. In a recent article published two months ago in the journal Microbiome researchers at Michigan State University focused on treatments that impact the intestinal microbial communities to prevent diarrhea. The majority of diarrhea cases are caused by 31 different foodborne pathogens which are responsible for more than 9.4 million infections, approximately 56,000 hospitalizations, and 1,351 deaths each year. In this study, most of the patients had an increase in the level of Escherichia, a bacteria that are commonly found in the intestines that can sometimes be pathogenic. In comparison to the uninfected patients in the study, the patients who were infected with four different diarrheal pathogens (Salmonella, Shiga toxin-producing E.coli, Campylobacter and Shigella) all had increased levels of Escherichia. Probiotics and bacteriophages that support an optimal microbial balance and more rapidly decrease Escherichia can decrease the burden of intestinal infections and facilitate quicker recoveries. Antibiotics successfully fight infectious diseases and significantly reduce illness and death.
In the US, antibiotic-resistant bacteria cause at least 2 million cases of disease and 23,000 fatalities annually. In this study, the microbial diversity was severely affected for months after exposure in the healthy adults prescribed different antibiotics. The microbial diversity in the stool was significantly reduced for up to 4 months in participants taking clindamycin and up to 12 months in those taking ciprofloxacin. If a patient is prescribed a course of antibiotics, it is crucial he or she concurrently take Saccharomyces boulardii. With the growing levels of antibiotic resistance and exit of major pharmaceutical companies from antibiotic development really makes phage therapy another great treatment option for the growing number of untreatable infections.

In addition, there are many botanical extracts, essential oils, and silver that have a long history of antimicrobial properties while being relatively sparing to the beneficial bacteria that should be considered. Homocysteine is an amino acid produced as part of the body’s methylation process and is considered an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Lowering homocysteine with B-vitamins has been shown to improve only certain clinical endpoints. As a result, four weeks of n-acetylcysteine supplementation compared to the placebo led to a significant decrease in plasma homocysteine levels.
The authors conclude that oral intake of n-acetlcysteine should be considered for primary or secondary prevention of vascular events with regard to the two independent risk factors of hyperhomocysteinemia and hypertension. It is also important to assess laboratory markers, such as cardio CRP, homocysteine, fibrinogen, CoQ10, lipoprotein (a), and vitamin D.
High blood pressure issues in many causes can be solved by simply addressing nutrient deficiencies.
And on top of that a woman with hypothyroidism – a disease that many women suffer from. And hopefully this is going to change now that it is public knowledge that Hillary Clinton takes this kind of medication. Again and again, I hear of thyroid patients who are not allowed to even try this particular treatment that the US presidential candidate is taking. This treatment helps one the American presidential candidates become eligible for this demanding office despite her illness. For what have you to offer if you are really not interested in letting these people try out some other kind of treatment than what they already got from their GP? Endocrinologists are quite aware that there is a large group of hypothyroid patients who never really get better even though they are being treated.
I had gone thru surgery then radioactive iodine treatment, tried the Cytomel, Synthroid, etc, none returned me to normal energy levels. I’ve been working on a list of doctors recommended by Hypothyroid Mom readers that I plan to post by end of this year.
In the meantime, Sam, if you are on Facebook, search for a local or State thyroid support group you could join.
You hide behind the paper tiger that people won’t know what does to take on their own ignoring all the literature from STTM, Barnes and many others that make dosing easy. Does it make you erase most of your emails on your unauthorized server to escape an investigation?
This is arguably one of the most under and misdiagnosed, under and mistreated, understudied, & misinformed conditions in the history of medicine.
I won’t vote for her, but I will take advantage of it because too many people, and doctors, have been given misinformation and are suffering because of it. In the end I felt it was an important article to share because NDT should be allowed for every person not just those that are fortunate enough to find doctors who prescribe it. Call a couple local pharmacies and ask the pharmacists for the names of doctors who prescribe desiccated thyroid. When you call to make an appmt make sure to ask up front if the doctor is open to prescribing NDT. Mary, the reason I put the natural thyroid hormone chapter first is because it is the most important part of the book. I recommend to my patients to do their own reading and make their own decisions about their health care. Although the presence of such nodules has been associated in some instances with thyrotoxicosis, many patients with nodules sufficiently hyperactive to cause complete suppression of pituitary thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) production—and, in consequence, suppression of function within extranodular thyroid tissue—have been found to be clinically euthyroid (2-6).
One month after publication, editors review all posted comments and select some for publication in the Letters section of the print version of Annals. Mike Leave a Comment B vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids are essential nutrients involved in numerous metabolic processes that play a significant role in cognitive health. Previous studies have already established that B vitamins can slow cognitive decline in the elderly.
Researchers performed baseline cognitive test performance, clinical dementia rating (CDR) scale, and plasma concentrations of homocysteine, DHA, and EPA fatty acids. However, when omega-3 levels are in an upper normal range, B vitamins slow cognitive decline and brain atrophy.
In this study autistic children were found to have brain vitamin B12 levels three times lower then what is commonly seen in adults in their fifties. Their results demonstrated significant differences in brain B12 levels with aging, autism, and schizophrenia.
The authors suggest that oxidative stress may play an underlying role in the decreased brain B12 levels observed in this study. Mike Leave a Comment According to a study recently published in the Journal of Pediatrics, researchers found that young adolescent male student ice hockey players had a significantly increased risk of prolonged post-concussion symptoms compared to older players. The research team found that less physically mature players took an average of 40% longer to recover compared to the more physically mature players.
It represents more than 15% of all injuries in 9 to 16 year old players and close to 25% of injuries among male high school players.
In this study, 65% of freshman male hockey players were in early stages of pubertal development and none of them were postpubertal. These results were also seen in a previous study I shared two years ago in The American Journal of Sports Medicine. GPC also supports the brain’s ability to recover after traumatic brain injuries and helps reduce the symptoms associated with concussion and post-concussion syndrome.
Kriz, Cynthia Stein, Janet Kent, Danielle Ruggieri, Emilie Dolan, Michael O’Brien, William P. Mike Leave a Comment Magnesium is probably the greatest predictor of all aspects of heart disease. According to analysis, low serum magnesium was associated with coronary artery calcification after adjustment for age, sex, BMI, diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, systolic blood pressure, LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, eGFR, serum calcium and phosphorus, hs-CRP, current smoking status, alcohol intake and vigorous exercise frequency.
This association was significant after adjustment for various risk factors related to cardiovascular disease and was even withheld in groups without risk factors such as hypertension, diabetes, and obesity. Magnesium is homeostatically controlled in the serum and measuring serum magnesium levels provides many false negatives.
Dietary calcium-to-magnesium ratios have continued to increase and studies are showing that calcium supplements not balanced with magnesium increase the risk of heart disease. Low serum magnesium is associated with coronary artery calcification in a Korean population at low risk for cardiovascular disease. Mike Leave a Comment According to research recently published in Rheumatology, consuming fish oil may decrease the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis. However, in this study researchers wanted to determine if patients who had a higher omega-3 fatty acid intake, would have a lower risk for developing rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
A CCP antibody test is commonly ordered along with rheumatoid factor (RF) to help diagnose rheumatoid arthritis. In addition, RBC fatty acid levels showed significantly lower omega-3 fatty acids in those with positive CCP antibodies compared to the control patients. It is also important to look at any environmental triggers such as food sensitivities, nutrient status, toxins, and gut health. Mike Leave a Comment Vitamin D has been extensively studied for bone health, cancer as well as its anti-inflammatory benefits and its role in modulating the immune system in autoimmune diseases.
When these neurons become demyelinated, OPCs migrate toward these cells and they differentiate into mature, myelin-producing oligodendrocytes, however, this process or ability decreases as we age.
They found that inhibiting the vitamin D receptor (VDR) receptor impaired OPC differentiation and reduced the cells’ ability to remyelinate axons ex vivo. There was a great article in PLOS One last September in which researchers stressed the importance and the role of the intestinal barrier function and multiple sclerosis. Mike Leave a Comment According to an article published last month in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN), a diet rich in potassium may help protect the kidney and heart of diabetic patients. In this study researchers have demonstrated that higher levels of urinary potassium excretion were linked with a slower decline of kidney function and a lower prevalence of cardiovascular issues in diabetic patients with normal kidney function. Previous studies have shown that individuals with a higher sodium-potassium ratio have a higher risk of heart disease and all-cause mortality. Mike Leave a Comment Everyone has suffered from diarrhea at one time or another ranging from mild to severe. Furthermore, these patients had a decrease in the Escherichia population after they recovered. They can be used for both prophylactic and therapeutic applications against bacterial infections.
This nonpathogenic yeast has been used successfully the past 30 years for prophylaxis and treatment of diarrheal diseases caused by bacteria.
Mike Leave a Comment According to a new study published 3 days ago, researchers demonstrated that a single course of antibiotics was strong enough to alter the gastrointestinal microbiome for up to one year. Amoxicillin had no significant effect on microbiome diversity, however, it was associated with the greatest number of antibiotic-resistant genes.
They have a 80 to 90 percent success rate against bacteria likely to show antibiotic resistance, such as Escherichia coli. Mike Leave a Comment In a new study just published this month in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers demonstrated that n-acetyl-cysteine significantly decreased plasma homocysteine levels as well as blood pressure. This oxidative stress biomarker is associated with many cardiovascular disorders such as increased risk of atherosclerosis, stroke, abdominal aortic aneurysm, essential hypertension, and venous thrombosis. However, n-acetylcysteine acutely lowers plasma homocysteine as well as blood pressure according to this recent study.
In addition, there was also a significant reduction in systolic blood pressure in all the subjects given the n-acetylcysteine.
It is important to assess mineral status, such as magnesium, calcium, and potassium as well as toxic metals such as, aluminum, arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury since they can play a significant role with blood pressure regulation. Oral N-acetycysteine reduces plasma homocysteine concentrations regardless of lipid or smoking status. I want every person offered the various thyroid medication options to find what is right for them too. However, the presidential candidate also takes Armour Thyroid – natural desiccated thyroid hormone (NDT) – as treatment for her hypothyroidism! Even though they still have all the symptoms of hypothyroidism, they are not “allowed” to try other kinds of medicines, e.g. And so much for being treated with something compared to chopped rats and mice or something that can transmit diseases from animals to humans! However, today, Helle is adequately treated for hypothyroidism; she is thriving and could not feel any healthier. Once we have a list (a directory) going, of who treats in what ways we know where we can go.

I am allergic to pork and had to discontinue the NDT after two weeks so I was unable to compare its effectiveness. Therefore, if you are corrupt, a liar, selfish, sarcastic, or a jerk – you own that shit all by yourself. Hopefully one day soon NDT will be prescribed by every doctor and available in every pharmacy.
In fact, I think it would have been a huge disservice to everyone struggling to deal with this condition had you decided not to include it.
Iodine supplementation in those that have an autoimmune thyroid problem can be akin to pouring gas over a fire. Gina is a long-time sufferer of Hashimoto’s Disease and has a lot of experience dealing with the issue. Whether any or all of these patients might ultimately become hyperthyroid has been the subject of considerable speculation (2, 7). Due to the lack of new drugs to treat cognitive impairment, researchers are looking more and more at nutrients to delay or prevent cognitive decline. This was most effective in those who had above average homocysteine levels, which is a common biomarker related to B vitamin status that may be toxic to the brain. The final results for verbal delayed recall, global cognition, and CDR were better in the B vitamin-treated group according to increasing baseline concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids.
These findings suggest that a combination of fish oil supplements and B vitamins may help to improve cognition and reduce age-related memory decline.
A lower than normal level of vitamin B12 in the brain could adversely affect neurodevelopment in younger years as well as learning and memory later in life. These results suggest there may be a need for supplemental vitamin B12 and antioxidant support to prevent or decrease oxidative stress.
In addition, the study demonstrated an increased probability of experiencing prolonged concussion symptoms among lighter weight males and heavier weight females.
Currently, it is not uncommon for younger, smaller players to play against older athletes who have increased strength, power and speed. Furthermore, numerous studies have shown that low serum magnesium is associated with vascular calcification, but there have been no studies examining a relationship to coronary artery calcification. By the time your serum magnesium is low, you are very deficient as the body cannot maintain the serum magnesium levels.
Patients that test positive for the CCP antibody are more likely to have early RA or develop RA in the future. It is important to screen antibodies just as one assesses metabolic markers in patients who may be at risk as it provides a mean to take preventative action and not a wait and see approach. Each person’s biochemical individuality exerts a major influence on his or her health. In addition to its impact on immune function, vitamin D may also effect the disease progression by controlling myelin sheath regeneration, thus enhancing remyelination in multiple sclerosis patients and in patients suffering from other demyelinating diseases.
The research team stated that the future to treating MS should not only focus on the central nervous system, but also on repairing and restoring the intestinal barrier. Many individuals get sufficient amounts of potassium from their diet, however, many individuals consume a western diet and may not be meeting their metabolic needs especially for those with chronic metabolic conditions. They get many mixed messages from practitioners, associations, or lack patient education on proper lifestyle and nutritional recommendation. Although phages are not very well known, they are one of the most abundant naturally occurring organisms on Earth.
The metabolism of homocysteine is highly dependent on in vitamin B12, folate, and vitamin B6. Researchers reanalyzed 2 double-blind, placebo-controlled trials in unmedicated middle-aged men.
There was also a significant reduction in diastolic blood pressure seen in the hyperlidemic group. It is not fair that this is an option only for patients who can afford to pay out of pocket for doctors open to prescribing NDT. Yes, it is possible to still have all your mental capabilities intact even if you have hypothyroidism – you just need to be adequately treated for it. I went through 5 or 6 different doctors before I actually found one that listened to what I was saying. My doc runs full thyroid panel, discusses nutrition and carries NatureThroid in his office. People offer great support, advice, answer questions, and can provide local physicians in your area. I am look for someone closer in Los Angeles County if anyone knows a doctor open to treating with T4 and time release T3.
Since it made a world of difference in the way I felt, they had no problem with it and now I have a prescription. The letter is not just for Hashimoto sufferers but also to their friends and family so that they can best understand what a person with Hashimoto’s is going through. The research team initially found that there was a link between Omega-3 levels, homocysteine, and brain atrophy rates.
Omega-3 Fatty Acid Status Enhances the Prevention of Cognitive Decline by B Vitamins in Mild Cognitive Impairment. This large deficit of brain B12 in individuals with autism and schizophrenia may provide insight to why these patients experience neurological and neuropsychiatric symptoms. Magnesium plays a key role in more than 350 enzymes in the body and is involved in virtually every metabolic process occurring in the body.
The CCP antibody is more specific for RA and tends to be associated with a more rapidly progressive and severe form of the disease. The level of nutrient intake, lifestyle choices and environmental exposures filtered through genetic predisposition are major factors in the expression of disease, and a successful treatment approach must investigate these factors.
With that being said, a potassium supplement will only lower blood pressure if the patient is deficient. Lisa Bardack, confirmed that Hillary Clinton’s physical condition is excellent, and that if elected she is fit to serve as President of the United States.
I have to go outside the system, Pay for labs, tests, prescriptions and my Doctor, without insurance. With the technological breakthroughs we’ve had in other areas, why has nothing new been learned? Armour is the best known in the USA, therefore appears to be used as a generic name for NDT, like we use Hoover for vacuum. Among those with good omega-3 status, 33% of those on B vitamin treatment had global CDR scores >0 compared with 59% among those on placebo. Assessing other methylation cofactors such as folate are also important as a folate deficiency has been associated with developmental delay, autism, and is essential in treating these conditions. Dietary sources include bananas, avocados, cantaloupes, tomatoes, salmon, cod, chicken, and other meats. Additional studies suggest that increasing potassium intake reduces the risk of cardiovascular death.
Traditional medicine prescribes antibiotics for these infections and I discussed their negative impact on the gut microbiome last week. They only prey on bacteria, never human cells, and the bacteria have a difficult time becoming resistant to them. It also increases SIgA secretion, directly inhibits colonization of harmful bacteria, and restores normal intestinal function in patients with diarrhea. I had to ask about armour the doctor didn’t offer up the option but I am so glad I did! If I knew of a doctor who was willing to try something beyond standard (synthroid) treatment it would save me time, trouble, money, blood (haha) to just go there. Homocysteine plays a role in regulating phospholipid metabolism and omega-3 distribution by the methionine cycle. Among all 3 outcome measures, higher concentrations of DHA alone significantly improved the cognitive effects of B vitamins, whereas EPA appeared to be less effective.
An organic acid test is also a great test to consider which is available through several specialty labs. Phages are great because they are species specific, meaning different strains attack different bacteria. The group owner even has a list of to docs and docs willing to prescribe them, and she posts interesting articles like this one!
This test can identify nutrient deficiencies, oxidative stress, and detoxification impairment. I occasionally drink chamomile tea to help me sleep but didn’t realize it had many other health benefits. In this study researchers investigated whether omega-3 fatty acid status had an effect on the treatment of B vitamins in mild cognitive impairment (MCI). Vitamin D receptor–retinoid X receptor heterodimer signaling regulates oligodendrocyte progenitor cell differentiation.
Would you rather have to ask a question a few times or live the rest of you life in a fog and being miserable? If you know of a doctor in Orange County or the Inland Empire that treats with something other than just synthroid I could use a name and number. Check out this informative article that discusses 7 health benefits including cutting thyroid cancer risk by up to 80%.
Intestinal microbial communities associated with acute enteric infections and disease recovery. This is much different than antibiotics that can wipe out all the beneficial bacteria of the gastrointestinal tract along with the harmful bacteria.
Phages are classified as prebiotics and there are specific phages that can infect and inhibit the growth of E.
Urinary Potassium Excretion and Renal and Cardiovascular Complications in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes and Normal Renal Function. Same Exposure but Two Radically Different Responses to Antibiotics: Resilence of the Salivary Microbioe versus Long-Term Microbial Shifts in Feces. Respectfully challenging your doctor about prescribing NDT is a service to the hypothyroid community and we thank you.

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