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What You Need to Know About Your Thyroid Health

  • The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped gland found inside your neck, right under your larynx or voice box.
  • Your thyroid is responsible for producing the master metabolism hormones that control every function in your body.
  • Hypothyroidism occurs when your thyroid produces too little thyroid hormone, a condition that is often linked to iodine deficiency.

Is it Perimenopause/Menopause, or Your Thyroid?

If you are a woman in your forties or fifties and you are exhausted, having trouble losing weight, worried about hair loss, or struggling with brain fog, you may assume that your symptoms are related to your hormones. And you would be right. But do you know which hormones are at the root of your symptoms? Let’s look at the changes in progesterone and estrogen that accompany your perimenopause and menopause, and changes in thyroid hormone levels, and the confusing challenges that these hormonal shifts can cause.

Iodine, Thyroid and Low Body Temperature

Who will benefit from taking iodine? Actually, the answer is just about everyone will benefit from more iodine. Did you know that over 30% of the US has thyroid problems and that is probably a huge underestimate considering how iodine deficient the population is in the United States and around the world.

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Thiamine and Thyroid Health

Thiamine, also known as vitamin B1, is a water-soluble essential vitamin that is required for glucose production. While its role in glucose metabolism is largely understood, there isn’t a lot of research on the relationship between thiamine and thyroid health. But this doesn’t mean that a thiamine deficiency can’t be a factor in some people with thyroid and autoimmune thyroid conditions, which of course I’ll discuss in this article.

This Is A Deeper Look At How Consuming Kelp Powder Can Treat Thyroid Disorders

Thyroid issues can range from small, goiter (enlarged gland) to life-threatening cancer. The most common thyroid disorders are centered around the abnormal production of thyroid hormones. The lack in hormone production leads to a condition called hypothyroidism.

Too much thyroid hormone creates a condition known as hyperthyroidism. These condition develop from eating too many toxic or acidic foods that leads to inflammation issues or an autoimmune diseases in the body, which ultimately destroys the thyroid.

Thiamine and Thyroid Health

Thiamine, also known as vitamin B1, is a water-soluble essential vitamin that is required for glucose production. While its role in glucose metabolism is largely understood, there isn’t a lot of research on the relationship between thiamine and thyroid health. But this doesn’t mean that a thiamine deficiency can’t be a factor in some people with thyroid and autoimmune thyroid conditions, which of course I’ll discuss in this article.

How to Naturally Boost Your Thyroid By 61% with One Vitamin and 10 Seconds per Day

Are you looking for a simple way to effortlessly boost your thyroid?

How would you like to boost your thyroid function by up to 61% with about zero effort on your part?

No thyroid medication necessary. (If you’re taking thyroid medication, then you need this even more. I’ll explain why in a minute.)

If you can spare 10 seconds a day, then this is for you.

Trust me; it doesn’t get any easier than this.

It all boils down to one single vitamin.

But let me give you one BIG WARNING…

This vitamin comes in different forms.

5 Things To Know About Thyroid Eye Disease

Many people with Graves’ Disease have thyroid eye disease, which is also known as Graves’ ophthalmopathy or Graves’ orbitopathy. While dealing with Graves’ Disease alone can be scary, it can be even more stressful to experience eye symptoms associated with this condition, including eye swelling, pain, bulging, and double vision. I have written a few other blog posts and articles in the past on thyroid eye disease, but I figured I’d put some of the more important information in this “5 Things To Know” blog post.

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Easily Answer Your Thyroid Concerns With this DIY Check

The thyroid is the most important gland in the human body. It is located in the front part of the neck and has a butterfly shape. The gland secretes hormones that are responsible for numerous processes in the body and any kind of disruption in the production of these hormones can have catastrophic consequences on our health. Problems with the thyroid may be the reason for your sudden weight gain or weight loss, which is why you should always keep it functioning properly.

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