The changes in thyroid hormone levels seen in Low T3 Syndrome are primarily caused by inflammation.
Studies suggest that—in many cases—T3 may not be low in Low T3 Syndrome after all. At least not the form of T3 that really matters.
Low T3 levels can cause all of the symptoms of hypothyroidism. But in many cases, the problem isn't with the thyroid at all.
This week's show is focused on hypothyroidism/Hashimoto's, leaky gut and autoimmune disease.
Learn how to address the autoimmune component of Hashimoto's hypothyroidism with simple nutritional strategies.
When it comes to choosing the right thyroid hormone, there's no "one size fits all approach".
In many cases of hypothyroidism, thyroid medication is necessary - even within the context of a natural approach.
If you have Hashimoto's, all the supplements and medications in the world will fall short unless you make these dietary changes.
Vitamin D deficiency is associated with thyroid disease. But figuring out how much vitamin D you should take if you're hypothyroid isn't so simple.