What Is Hashimoto’s + How To Prevent Hypothyroidism - Dr. Michael Ruscio, DC

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What Is Hashimoto’s + How To Prevent Hypothyroidism

Hashimoto’s is an Autoimmune Condition That Affects the Thyroid. Here’s What You Need to Know

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Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is an autoimmune condition that affects the thyroid. It isn’t the same as hypothyroidism, but it is connected to it.

Learn what Hashimoto’s disease is and what you can do to help prevent it from potentially progressing into hypothyroidism. 

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00:00 Intro 

00:38 Hashimoto’s defined 

02:40 How to diagnose Hashimoto’s

04:11 What to do to improve Hashimoto’s 

05:44 Hashimoto’s symptoms 

07:35 Interpreting lab ranges

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