1. Articles in category: Thyroid Health

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    1. More Reasons to Drink Your Tea

      More Reasons to Drink Your Tea

      Here's a fascinating piece from Dr Mercola. It's called Tea Drinkers Shown To Be More Healthy.

      In it, he shares an interesting study. Here's a short quote that summarizes the results:

      Results from observing 100,902 participants in the study over a period of years found that habitual tea drinkers lived 1.26 years longer than their counterparts. They were also free from ASCVD for 1.41 years longer than their non-tea drinking counterparts.

       To learn more about the study, read the full article at the link below...

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    2. The Importance of Sleep if You Have Thyroid Conditions

      The Importance of Sleep if You Have Thyroid Conditions

      Thought we'd share this fascinating article from Mind Body Green. It's called What Every Person With A Thyroid Condition Needs To Know About Sleep.

      There are some interesting points of view here. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Sleep deprivation has been found to cause a short-term rise in thyroid hormone, but when chronically sleep-deprived, the thyroid can become down-regulated due to it being overstimulated.

      Give the rest of this article a read to learn more about it...

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    3. 12 Funny Things That People With Hypothyroidism Can Relate To

      12 Funny Things That People With Hypothyroidism Can Relate To

      Hypothyroid Mom shares some really interesting things about hypothyroidism in this post.

      It's a great read! Here are just two points that we just couldn't help but giggle a little:

      • You’ve earned a black belt in handling rude remarks from people that just don’t get it.
      • You are terrified of a zombie apocalypse because what will you do when your thyroid meds run out?!

      Take a look at the rest of this humour-filled piece...

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    4. What is T2 Actually For?

      What is T2 Actually For?

      Stumbled upon this interesting article from Dr Christianson. It's called T2: The Unsung Hero of Thyroid Hormones.

      It shines a light into the little-discussed T2. Here's an excerpt that got our attention:

      Of all the things that T2 does, a lot of it comes down to this concept of basal metabolic rate.

      It seems that T2 is one of the biggest regulators of how many calories our body burns at rest2.

      Dr Christianson makes some really interesting points here so do give the full article a read at the link below...

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    5. Too Much Sleep Can be Harmful For You Too

      Too Much Sleep Can be Harmful For You Too

      For some, sleep can be elusive. So, most of us run after it. However, too much of it can potentially harm us too according to Dr Mercola in this intriguing piece.

      He shares some thought-provoking ideas here. This one's an example:

      Compared with sleeping seven to eight hours a night, those who slept for nine hours or more had a 23% greater risk of stroke, while shorter sleep (less than six hours a night) had no significant effect on stroke risk. Those who took long midday naps of more than 90 minutes also had a greater stroke risk — by ...

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    6. The Importance of Detox

      The Importance of Detox

      Here's another great piece from Dr Mercola. It's called Top Tips to Detox Your Body.

      In it, he shares some significant factoids that we just couldn't help but share. Here's one of them:

      When your body is contaminated with man-made toxins, your body tends to compartmentalize them. Eventually, those body compartments will reach a certain threshold of toxicity, at which point your immune system can no longer control the microbial growth in that area.

       It's quite an interesting read so do give it a go...

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    7. Have Graves Disease? Here's How You Can Eat Well

      Have Graves Disease? Here's How You Can Eat Well

      Here's a compelling article from the EndocrineWeb. It's called How to Eat Well When You Have Graves’ Disease.

      It's got a fascinating list of foodsHere’s one that’s particularly interesting: 

      In particular, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries are brimming with antioxidants. Fresh or frozen, these anti-inflammatory foods help to keep your immune system strong. Graves’ disease is an autoimmune disorder, which means that your immune system attacks healthy tissues in your body. Eating berries can’t prevent Graves’ disease, but they can help protect your overall health.

      Have a look at the complete article for more ...

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    8. Are Fermented Foods Really Good For You?

      Are Fermented Foods Really Good For You?

      Kimchi, yogurt, and other fermented foods aren't only delicious, they're good for you too! This piece from Mind Body Green helps us understand how they work to make us healthier and stronger.

      This short excerpt shares just one of the many different benefits:

      Having a healthy, diverse microbiota plays a key role in helping your body maintain this important gut-brain relationship. This is especially important for mood regulation, considering up to 90% of our serotonin, an important brain neurotransmitter sometimes called the "happiness hormone," is produced in the gut.

      Guess we have more reasons to incorporate these uber ...

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    9. The Five Rs of Functional Medicine

      The Five Rs of Functional Medicine

      Here's a compelling article from Mind Body Green. It's called 5 Principles This Functional Medicine Doctor Swears By.

      In it, Alejandro Junger, M.D. shares about the 5 Rs of functional medicine. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      A wealth of evidence suggests that the good bacteria in our gut, in the right places and in the correct ratios between species, is vital to our well-being. Affecting your weight; your chances of being obese, becoming diabetic, or having your immune system attack your own cells; the bacteria in your gut have far-reaching consequences well beyond where they ...

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    10. Blood Tests You Should Take According to Your Family History

      Blood Tests You Should Take According to Your Family History

      Stephanie Eckelkamp wrote this fascinating piece on Mind Body Green. It's called What Blood Tests You Should Ask Your Doctor For Based On Family History.

      In it, she reveals and expounds on some of the tests that should best describe our current health depending on our family history. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      You can glean a lot of information from pretty basic tests—the key is doing them regularly (preferably annually), so you can track your results over time and spot trends. You want to catch smoke before there’s fire.

      Have a look at the ...

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    11. Catching a Breather in the Midst of Holiday Stress in 5 Minutes or Less

      Catching a Breather in the Midst of Holiday Stress in 5 Minutes or Less

      Discovered this interesting piece from Mind Body Green and it really caught our attention. It’s called Holidays Stressing You Out? Here Are 5 Ways To Relax In Just 5 Minutes.

      It shares some helpful tips. Here’s one of them:

      The holidays often come with more time away from work, but that often equates to more free time to endlessly scroll on our phones. Practice eye yoga to deal with eye strain from phones and computers. Start by closing your eyes and then repeatedly looking up and down, then left and right. As you’re doing that, pretend you ...

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    12. How Your Thyroid Stands to Benefit from Your Chamomile Tea Habits

      How Your Thyroid Stands to Benefit from Your Chamomile Tea Habits

       Stumbled upon this helpful piece from Betty Gold and thought that we would share it. It's published in the website Real Simple and it's called Does Chamomile Tea Really Help You Sleep?

      Betty shares with us some really inspired research here. Here's one point in particular that w thought was thought-provoking:

      One study found that daily consumption of chamomile tea over a number of years was linked with a lower risk of thyroid cancer. While it’s too early to say chamomile tea helps prevent cancer, research suggests that consistent consumption over time may be the key ...

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    13. Dietary Changes Could Help Alleviate Depression

      Dietary Changes Could Help Alleviate Depression

      Dr David Brady really caught our attention with this blog article posted on his personal site. It's called Digging a Little Deeper into Depression.

      In it, he shares with us really interesting ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Dietary changes—specifically, nutrition and supplement interventions—may be helpful for individuals who respond poorly to conventional treatments. Doctors can help patients complaining of depression by doing a thorough assessment of pertinent lab work. For starters, suboptimal thyroid function is a common cause of depression, but this will be missed if the first course of action is a prescription for an ...

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    14. Not Getting The Right Amount of Sleep? You May Already Have Thyroid Disorders

      Not Getting The Right Amount of Sleep? You May Already Have Thyroid Disorders

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from Tuck. It’s titled Thyroid Disorders and Sleep.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Thyroid hormones, particularly T3 and T4, help control your metabolism. When you have low levels of these hormones, the drop in your metabolism causes your body to slow down. This slowdown affects your entire body, making you feel sluggish, cold, and tired. You sleep for more hours but feel worse.

      To find out more about these ideas, look into the rest of this insightful piece.

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    15. Signs to Look Out for If You Suspect You Have Diabetes

      Signs to Look Out for If You Suspect You Have Diabetes

      Came across this interesting piece from Dr Amy Myers and it really made an impact on us. It’s called 7 Warning Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes.

      It shares some intriguing points about this chronic illness. Here’s one of them:

      Currently, there are 30.3 million people in the US with diabetes. Add in the number of Americans the Centers for Disease Control believes are prediabetic, and the number jumps to more than 100 million people affected in the US alone.

      Because thyroid imbalance can greatly affect this disease, you may want to learn how to prevent it. It ...

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    16. Are Organic Produce Really Pesticide Free?

      Are Organic Produce Really Pesticide Free?

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from Dr Alan Christianson. It’s called Things I've Changed My Mind About: Pesticides.

      In it, he gives us some interesting ideas. Here's one that really got us thinking:

      The pitfall here is that organic foods do not avoid pesticides. At all.

      In fact, organic is grown with pesticides, and many of them are synthetic (meaning that they are not organic or naturally-occurring in said plants).

      To find out more about Dr Christianson's perspectives on pesticides, look into the rest of his insightful piece.

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    17. Thyroid Testing 101 from Dr Christianson

      Thyroid Testing 101 from Dr Christianson

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from Dr Christianson. It's called Testing Your Thyroid and the Definitive Guide to Optimal Ranges.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Erratic Antibody Levels – thyroid antibodies are good to confirm a diagnosis, but they don’t rule it out when they are negative. They may be culprits behind infertility or anxiety. Otherwise, changes in them do not likely affect your health. They can go up and down randomly.

      To find out more, look into the rest of this insightful piece.

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    18. Busting Desiccated Thyroid Myths

      Busting Desiccated Thyroid Myths

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Dr Christianson. It's called Top 10 Myths About Natural Desiccated Thyroid.

      It offers us some fascinating ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      it is better to take T3 once daily because thyroid hormones abide by a circadian rhythm. Your body releases the bulk of them during the late evening/early morning. So taking NDT before bed or early in the morning actually achieves what would be happening if your thyroid was operating normally.

      Give the rest of this remarkably detailed article from Dr Christianson for more information and context.

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    19. What Mercury Exposure Has to Do with Hashimoto's

      What Mercury Exposure Has to Do with Hashimoto's

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from the Thyroid Pharmacist and thought that we would share it. Dr. Izabella Wentz titles it Mercury Mercury Exposure and Hashimoto's.

      It offers us some fascinating ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Mercury can deplete the body of selenium, a vital nutrient required in the synthesis of thyroid hormone. We know that most people with Hashimoto’s will be found to have selenium deficiency, and that this is a widely recognized trigger of autoimmune thyroid conditions.

      Give the rest of this remarkable piece of writing a read for more information and context.

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    20. The Benefits of Flavonoid

      The Benefits of Flavonoid

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from Dr. Mercola. It’s titled A Flavonoid a Day Keeps the Doctor Away.

      It offers some interesting perspectives. Here’s one that piqued our curiosity:

      A Harvard Health article says one reason avid tea drinkers are less prone to developing heart disease may be because of potency of the flavonoids in tea leaves. Part of the benefits of drinking tea, particularly for strengthening the blood vessels in your heart, stems from catechin and epicatechin compounds. 

      To find out more, take a look at the rest of this write-up.

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    21. The Virtue of Adding Vitamin D in Wheat Flour

      The Virtue of Adding Vitamin D in Wheat Flour

      We found this interesting article on Mind Body Green. It's called Is This The Solution To Our Widespread Vitamin D Deficiency Problem?

      It shares some fascinating points. Here's one that's really thought-provoking:

      The research, which was published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, showed that requiring mandatory fortification of vitamin D in wheat flour would prevent 10 million new cases of vitamin D deficiency—and save the country a lot of money down the line. 

      For more information, give the rest of the article a read...

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    22. Why We Need to Consume More Greens

      Why We Need to Consume More Greens

      Here's a fascinating article from Dr. Amy Myers. It's called The Top 3 Ways Greens Support Healthy Blood Pressure.

      It shares some interesting insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Whether we like them or not, greens including kale, spinach, and broccoli are the undeniable superstars of the food world. Low in calories, yet high in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, greens are incredible for your health — including your cardiovascular system. 

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    23. The Importance of Balance in Improving Your Thyroid Health

      The Importance of Balance in Improving Your Thyroid Health

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Mind Body Green. It’s titled How to Balance Your Thyroid With a Combo of Eastern and Western Medicine.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      Hypothyroidism often leaves you deficient in iodine and selenium—two essential nutrients for thyroid function. Adding more of both to your diet can support your thyroid and help you normalize your thyroid hormone production.

      To find out more, take a look at the rest of this write-up.

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    24. Best Protein Sources for Hashimoto's

      Best Protein Sources for Hashimoto's

      Here's a fascinating article from the Thyroid Pharmacist. It's called Which Protein is Safe for Hashimoto's.

      It shares some excellent insights. Rootcolog Al Paleo looks particularly interesting:

      Most protein powders on the market contain soy and dairy, which are two very reactive proteins for people with Hashimoto’s. While egg white proteins are also an option and can be less reactive, unfortunately, those with Hashimoto’s who start using them often find themselves with new onset egg reactions, because egg whites are difficult to digest for people with intestinal permeability.

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