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Hyperthyroidism

How to boost your adrenal health through your food choices

Posted March 4, 2013

If you feel run down and fatigued chronically, there is a possibility that you’re experiencing some level of adrenal fatigue, which may precipitate or include hypothyroidism.

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Krill Oil Benefits and Side Effects as a Dietary Supplement

Posted June 20, 2011

Krill oil receives attention and praise as a natural food additive with a variety of health benefits. Just what is known about krill oil? Are there any side effects or problems associated with taking krill oil supplements?

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Natural Thyroid Support: 8 Natural Ways to Maintain Thyroid Health

Posted March 26, 2011

Hypothyroidism, or low thyroid, affects millions of people in the U.S. and many go undiagnosed. The effects of thyroid deficiency range from weight gain, allergies, insomnia, low energy, dry skin, depression, and joint pain, to heart disease and heart failure, when left untreated.

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What Is Vitamin B6? What Is Pyridoxine?

Posted March 22, 2011

Vitamin B6, also known as Pyridoxine is a water-soluble vitamin – it dissolves in water. There are seven forms of this vitamin; pyridoxine (PN) is the most common form in vitamin B6 supplements. Vitamin B6 is a member of the family of B complex vitamins.

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Vitamins and minerals that help with hypothyroidism

Posted March 6, 2011

Can hypothyroidism actually be helped by vitamins as well as other nutrients? Although they have been ignored for years in the medical community, there is mounting evidence that they can not only help with this condition, a deficiency of some nutrients may actually be one of the causes of it. There are millions of people that have this condition, and although it is considered to be quite common, it should never be ignored. If it is left untreated it may cause goiter, heart problems, as well as mental health issues and infertility, just to name a few of the possible complications.

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What to Eat if You’ve Been Diagnosed with Hyperthyroidism

Posted May 7, 2010

Youíve probably heard that your thyroid gland plays an essential role in your overall health. So, when itís not performing as it should, such as in the case of hyperthyroidism, you have to do something to get it back in working order! And, proper nutrition is extremely important in that effort. Letís take a closer look at some helpful dietary information to consider when dealing with hyperthyroidism and its effects.

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Traditional Chinese Medicine and Thyroid Disease

Posted March 15, 2010

Thyroid disorders fall into two categories. There is hyperthyroidism characterized by an overactive thyroid gland that produces too much thyroid hormone. Typical symptoms of hyperthyroidism include high blood pressure, rapid heartbeat, moist skin, increased sweating, tremor, nervousness, increased appetite with weight loss, diarrhea, and/or frequent bowel movements.

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8 Natural Ways to Maintain Thyroid Health

Posted March 9, 2010

Hypothyroidism, or low thyroid, affects millions of people in the U.S. and many go undiagnosed. The effects of thyroid deficiency range from weight gain, allergies, insomnia, low energy, dry skin, depression, nervousness, low immune function, joint pain, intolerance to cold, to heart disease and heart failure, when left untreated.

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Many People Turning To Foods For Hypothyroidism Rather Than A Lifetime Of Drugs

Posted May 28, 2009

People who suffer with a low thyroid are likely to be taking the appropriate drugs for the rest of their lives. Recent findings suggest that despite earlier optimism there are no easy answers for the condition.

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Combating Hypothyroidism Naturally

Posted February 25, 2009

When someone is experiencing hypothyroidism the thyroid gland is impaired, producing too little thyroid hormone. Hypothyroidism is due primarily to a dysfunction of the thyroid gland itself. If the thyroid gland is removed, obviously, the body is unable to produce any thyroid hormone.

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