Do you have low thyroid function?

Do you have low thyroid function?

What are symptoms of low thyroid function? If you have any of the following symptoms, you may have low thyroid function: fatigue weight gain constipation fuzzy thinking low blood pressure fluid retention depression body pain memory loss weakness dry hair dry pale skin hair loss cold intolerance rheumatoid-like pain and swelling in joints muscle aches

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Are you feeling sick and tired from low thyroid?

Are you feeling sick and tired from low thyroid?

Do you have fatigue, weight gain, constipation, fuzzy thinking, low blood pressure, fluid retention, depression, body pain, memory loss, weakness, dry hair, dry pale skin, hair loss, cold intolerance,  rheumatoid-like pain and swelling in joints, muscle aches and cramps, irritability, memory loss, abnormal menstrual cycles, decreased libido, or slow reflexes? You may have low thyroid

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Your Thyroid. Is it too low?

Your Thyroid. Is it too low?

Are you tired, depressed, cold, irritable, and experiencing poor memory? Maybe you are having difficulty losing weight even though you have tried everything. Do you have high cholesterol, high blood pressure, muscle cramps or difficulty swallowing? If so, you need to have your thyroid checked. These signs can be due to low thyroid. The thyroid

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What you must know about Thyroid

What you must know about Thyroid

What do you know about your thyroid? Are you tired, depressed, cold, irritable? Do your joints swell? How is your memory?  Maybe you are having difficulty losing weight even though you have tried everything. Do you have high cholesterol, high blood pressure, muscle cramps, or difficulty swallowing? If so, you need to have your thyroid

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The Gist of Genetic Testing

The Gist of Genetic Testing

How can a person with normal cholesterol who lives a healthy lifestyle suffer a heart attack at age 40? What makes some people more sensitive to allergens? Why are some individuals more prone to adverse drug reactions? Each individual person has a predetermined susceptibility to disease based on single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). SNPs (pronounced “snips”)

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Government Gets it Wrong Again: U.S. Recommendation for Vitamin D and Calcium Supplementation is Too Low

Government Gets it Wrong Again: U.S. Recommendation for Vitamin D and Calcium Supplementation is Too Low

Grant WB. Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, June 14, 2012.http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v08n21.shtml The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) reviewed the evidence regarding vitamin D and calcium supplementation for preventing cancer and osteoporotic fractures in adults and concluded that there is insufficient evidence to assess the balance of the benefits and harms of...

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Detoxification: A New Approach

Detoxification: A New Approach

Do you have fatigue, muscle aches, headaches, concentration and memory problems, fibromyalgia, chemical sensitivities, negative reactions to certain foods, sensitivity to medications or a family history of a neurological disorder? If so, your body may be toxic and crying out for help. To approach illness and disease, one must begin with the health of the

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Vitamin D Can Save Your Life!

Vitamin D Can Save Your Life!

Vitamin D deficiency is a worldwide problem and is pervasive in North America. While vitamins like B and C have continued to be the darlings of many supplement lovers, these vitamin superstars are being forced to share their throne with the long-neglected vitamin D, which is finally getting the attention it deserves. Research from Johns

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Not All Vitamins are Created Equal

Not All Vitamins are Created Equal

In June 2002, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a two-part paper by two researchers associated with Harvard Medical School that sparked widespread media attention in recommending vitamin supplements for the general public. The abstract of that paper reads as follows: Vitamin deficiency syndromes such as scurvy and beriberi are uncommon in Western societies.

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