Is Menopause Masking Your Thyroid Disorder?

When it comes to thyroid disorders, women, unfortunately, tend to get the short end of the stick. They have a much higher chance of developing a thyroid disorder, and what’s more is that they are often not told that over 90% of underactive thyroid cases are a result of an autoimmune condition. Many women are told that their symptoms are …

Is Low Thyroid Interfering with Your Vitamin D Status?

It’s old news that low thyroid and inadequate vitamin D levels go hand in hand, but researchers have discovered that the relationship may not be as cut-and-dry as we once thought. Previous notions were that depleted vitamin D levels contributed to the risk of developing low thyroid disorders. This was logical because the majority of low thyroid sufferers are victims …

Hashimoto’s Sufferers: Avoid These 3 Major Mistakes

Having Hashimoto’s and suffering from the symptoms that come along with an underactive thyroid can make every day feel like a struggle. You’re dealing with fatigue, weight gain, pain, and poor sleep, which means you can hardly keep up and enjoy your life. If you’ve been diagnosed with Hashimoto’s, you probably already know that your diagnosis simply means that your …

Over 90% of Hypothyroidism Cases Are Caused By…

Countless Americans are suffering from hypothyroidism and the terrible symptoms that accompany a diagnosis. Those with underactive thyroids are usually given thyroid hormone replacement therapy, but that is not a long-term solution and acts more as a Band-Aid than anything else. The only way to truly address the illness and find long-term solutions is to find the root cause of …

What Is Causing Your Thyroid Dysfunction?

Thyroid disorders are quickly becoming a common condition in America.  According to the American Thyroid Association, in America alone, more than 12 percent of the U.S. population will develop a thyroid condition during their lifetime and up to 60 percent of those with thyroid disease are unaware of their condition. The simple answer: lack of individualized assessment. Today’s mainstream approach …