About 15 million Americans have an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism).
However, up to 60% of people with a thyroid disorder are unaware of it.
Symptoms of hypothyroidism include weight gain, memory loss, high blood pressure and heart disease.
Many doctors insist that “permanent” hypothyroidism is incurable.
The standard treatment for hypothyroidism is to take thyroid hormones daily.
Of course, these medications often have side effects, and if you forget to take a pill, it can lead to more symptoms.
In many cases, natural remedies and lifestyle changes cause fewer side effects and fit better into your daily routine.
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The Effect of Gluten-Free Diet on Thyroid Autoimmunity
Impact of Drinking Water Fluoride on Human Thyroid Hormones
Thyroid Hormones in Relation to Lead, Mercury, and Cadmium Exposure
Iodine and thyroid function
Bisphenols and Thyroid Hormone
Coriander and Thyroid
00:36 Thyroid symptoms
00:59 Avoiding gluten
01:08 Avoiding fluoride
01:38 Regulating iodine levels
01:56 Decreasing BPA exposure
02:12 Eliminating heavy metals from the body
02:24 Cilantro benefits for the thyroid
02:39 Thyroid healing juice recipe
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