40% of Americians have low functioning thyroid: Are you one of them? Causes and natural treatments for low functioning thyroid

Your endocrine system is responsible for producing thousands of hormones which serve as messengers to the cells
of the body. Everything from regulating blood sugar and body
temperature to helping your kidneys regulate electrolytes and water
levels in the body are accomplished by hormones.

What happens when your endocrine system is not nourished properly or is over-stressed by toxins or inadequate rest?


Your energy declines, toxins and excess sugar back up into your cells and these cells start to wear out. You start to age more rapidly and lose the vitality you desire.


Your thyroid and adrenal glands are like two powerful horses that carry your body (the carriage) through life. If they wear down you’ll start to crash. Of all the endocrine
glands the thyroid is the most important for regulating
cellular energy and metabolism. Without a healthy thyroid all other
hormonal functions will suffer.


In this newsletter I’ll review the common symptoms and causes of low thyroid function, why conventional lab tests do not identify up to 80% of low functioning thyroid cases,
how to self-assess low thyroid function and an overview of the three
levels of thyroid and adrenal imbalance and components of programs to
correct the condition at each level.


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