Hypothyroidism is frustrating enough, but it can also pose a risk for diabetes, heart disease, and metabolic syndrome.
People with hypothyroidism know the struggle: finding the energy to do your chores every day is an uphill battle.
But in addition to your symptoms of fatigue, weight gain, cold intolerance and depression, there are other dangerous imbalances lurking in the corners of your body.
Hypothyroidism significantly increases your risk of developing metabolic disorders such as cardiovascular disease or diabetes.
Recent studies have found that there’s one herb – black seed – that can help people with hypothyroidism combat their symptoms and reduce their risk factors for other health complications.
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