If you’re planning on getting pregnant, are already pregnant, or have a history of miscarriages, it’s a good idea to have your thyroid levels tested. A recent review found that subclinical hypothyroidism...[Read more]
We have discussed how most cases of sub-clinical hypothyroidism (SCH) do not require treatment with thyroid hormone. However, there is one notable exception – pregnancy. High level scientific evidence suggests that treating...[Read more]
In this week’s video, I discuss the four steps you should take to make sure you have the correct thyroid medication dosage for your healthiest self. Just because you’re on thyroid medication...[Read more]
If you’re not feeling well, there is a good chance you suspect a thyroid problem as the cause. Thyroid problems are common and can certainly be problematic. However, it’s also important to...[Read more]
Often times I find doctors try to over complicate the thyroid, maybe in attempts to impress patients with their knowledge. However, most hypothyroidism can be simplified down to 2 general types. They...[Read more]
“All steps of thyroid hormone synthesis, from iodide uptake to thyroid hormone secretion, may be affected by cytokines (aka inflammation), the effects of which are generally inhibitory.” 1 Inflammation is a...[Read more]
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