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Thyroid Conversion Chart - Armour thyroid vs Synthroid vs T3
 
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In this video I explain how to convert from armour thyroid to levothyroxine or from levothyroxine to T3. It is based off of a thyroid conversion chart that I create which is more accurate than the traditional conversion chart used by most Doctors. If you can convince your Doctor to switch you from Levothyroxine or T4 to NDT then make sure you are getting the right dose. Many providers and patients make the mistake of lowering their total dose of thyroid hormone when doing this process and feel worse afterwards. By using the chart above you can get the proper dose of NDT, T4 or Armour thyroid when converting. Here are some basic guidelines: In these examples NDT = Armour thyroid, WP thyroid or Naturethroid 50mcg of T4 = 1 grain of NDT = 25 mcg of T3 100mcg of T4 = 2 grains of NDT = 50mcg of T3 150mcg of T4 = 3 grains of NDT = 75mcg of T3 200mcg of T4 = 4 grains of NDT = 100mcg of T3 In addition I also give some practical advice on how to switch from T4 only medications like Levothyroxine to Natural Desiccated thyroid medications like Armour thyroid. In general I recommend starting the titration slow and periodically increasing your total dose every 10-14 days to prevent negative side effects from the T3. I also go over some of the average dosages of patients on T4, NDT and T3 in my practice. These numbers vary based off of the individual but these ranges can help determine if your dose is high enough. More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: http://www.restartmed.com/levothyroxine-dosage/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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How to Find the Right Thyroid Hormone Dose
 
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If you’re not feeling well, there is a good chance you suspect a thyroid problem as the cause. Thyroid problems are common and can certainly be problematic. However, it’s also important to have a balanced understanding of how to navigate your thyroid health. Let’s discuss one important aspect of thyroid health – a reasonable approach to determine your optimal dose of thyroid hormone. Want more info? Email us at office@DrRuscio.com, call at (800) 335-7009 and visit me at http://www.DrRuscio.com. For your free e-book on gut health, click here: http://drruscio.com/youtube-subscription/ Dr. Ruscio is your leading functional and integrative doctor specializing in gut related disorders such as SIBO, leaky gut, Celiac, IBS and in thyroid disorders such as hypothyroid and hyperthyroid. For more information on how to become a patient, please contact our office. Serving the San Francisco bay area and distance patients via phone and Skype.
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Does Cytomel Help with Weight Loss? Dosing guide + How to use it
 
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Cytomel is a thyroid medication which contains T3. T3 is the active thyroid hormone which is responsible for the majority of actions related to your thyroid. That means T3 directly stimulates increased energy production, increased fat burn and increased metabolism. Through these mechanisms, and many others, cytomel and T3 can actually help certain thyroid patients to lose weight and feel better. Patients who should consider using T3 include: - Those with high reverse T3 levels. - Those with insulin resistance, leptin resistance or obesity. - Those with a history of bipolar disorder or depression. - Those with a history of fibromyalgia or chronic pain. - And lastly, those patients who have failed T4 only medications like synthroid or Levothyroxine. In this video I also outline how to use T3 and how to titrate your dose. If you are interested in learning more about hypothalamic obesity disorder (as mentioned in this video), please see this link: https://www.restartmed.com/hypothalamic-obesity-disorder/ If you enjoyed this video please subscribe on youtube or leave a comment on my podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-westin-childs-podcast-thyroid-weight-loss-hormones/id1141207688?mt=2 More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/cytomel-weight-loss/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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10 Important Tips for Taking Synthroid: Dosing, Side Effects, T3 Medications & More
 
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Today is all about Synthroid. If you take this medication then you'll want to learn more about these 10 tips and tricks that you can use to help feel better. Synthroid is one of the most common thyroid medications used to treat hypothyroidism but it's not without problems. These tips are designed to help you find your optimal dose, help you understand if you are absorbing Synthroid, help you figure out if you need a new medication and more. 10 Tips to know when taking Synthroid: #1. Peripheral T4 to T3 conversion First off, you need to understand that Synthroid contains the inactive thyroid hormone T4. This means that in order for thyroid hormone to be utilized in your body it must first be activated through peripheral thyroid conversion. Several factors including genetics, inflammation, nutrient deficiencies and so on can impact this process. There are situations in which you may be taking enough Synthroid but your body is not able to activate it. #2. Absorption of Synthroid In order for your body to use Synthroid, it must also be absorbed in your intestinal tract! Several medications, supplements, and even foods can impact how much you absorb. Do your best to take Synthroid away from supplements such as Calcium and Iron which can limit absorption. #3. Are supplements helping or hurting you? Some supplements can decrease absorption but there are others that can help. The use of Selenium and Zinc can help your body activate Synthroid after it is absorbed. #4. The time of day that you take Synthroid Synthroid can be safely taken in the morning but it can also be taken at night. Studies have shown that patients who take it in the evening actually have higher free T4 and free T3! #5. Levothyroxine vs Synthroid: Are they the same? Levothyroxine and Synthroid both contain the same active ingredient but they are not considered bio-equivalents. Some patients do better on Synthroid over Levothyroxine so switching which one you take can impact how you feel. #6. Tirosint Tirosint is another T4 only medication but it is unique because it has the fewest inactive ingredients. Tirosint is more expensive than Synthroid but it can be used in cases where you may be reacting to fillers or dyes in Synthroid. #7. Dosage In order for Synthroid to work properly, you must be getting an adequate dose. You can ensure that you get a high enough dose by following all of the thyroid lab tests (more info below). #8. Switching to NDT or T3 medication Your thyroid naturally produces both T4 and T3 but Synthroid only has T4. In some cases, you may need to switch medications or add T3 in order to feel better. #9. The full thyroid lab panel While monitoring your dose you need to be looking at more than just the TSH. If you take Synthroid you should be looking at the following tests: - TSH - Free T3 - Total T3 - Free T4 - Reverse T3 These tests will give you an idea as to how your body is utilizing Synthroid. #10. Synthroid side effects Lastly, make sure that you watch our for the side effects of Synthroid which include: - Weight gain - Hair loss - Heart palpitations - Rashes - Headaches - Insomnia - Hot flashes - Changes in menstrual cycle Any of these side effects may indicate you need to switch medications! Hey guys! I'm Dr. Westin Childs and I focus on thyroid health, hormone balance, and weight loss. I write about thyroid disorders, weight loss, insulin resistance, estrogen/progesterone balance on my blog. I truly believe that hormone balance is the key to managing your weight, your mood and your quality of life which is why I'm so passionate about it. I take a personalized/functional medicine approach to management of conditions. I'm not accepting patients but you can learn more and get plenty of information on my blog! You can learn more about high-quality supplements that I create (and personally use) here: https://www.restartmed.com/shop/ More information, including links to literary studies, in the video and the full blog post, can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/synthroid/ You can find more general information on my site here: https://www.restartmed.com/ If you enjoyed this video please subscribe on youtube or leave a comment on my podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-westin-childs-podcast-thyroid-weight-loss-hormones/id1141207688?mt=2 This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care. Do you have any topics or video ideas? Please say so in the comments below!
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How to Find the Best Thyroid medication for Your Body - NDT vs T3 vs T4 only medication
 
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In this video I explain how I determine which thyroid medication a patient needs. There are basically three main choices in medications: 1) Natural Desiccated thyroid medication (including armour thyroid, naturethroid and WP thyroid) 2) T3 only medication (including Liothyronine, cytomel and sustained release T3) 3) T4 only medication (including levothyroxine, tirosint and synthroid) The question is how do you determine which medication works best for you? Patients who do well on NDT medication include: - Those who have not felt better on T4 only preparations - Those who need to lose 10-20 pounds of fat - Those who have not been on thyroid medication before - Those with Low free T3 and low Free T4 but normal reverse T3 levels Patients who do better on T3 only medications: - Those with high levels of reverse T3 - Those with leptin resistance - Those with insulin resistance, diabetes or pre diabetes - Those with a personal history of bipolar disorder or a strong family history of mental health disorders - Those with chronic illness Patients who do better on T4 only medications: - Those who are VERY sensitive to all supplements and medications - Those with extreme sensitivities to T3 containing medications More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: http://www.restartmed.com/levothyroxine-side-effects/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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Thyroid Conversion: T4 to T3
 
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http://totalhealthdupage.com If lab results come back as normal and the only tests being performed are TSH and T4 this information is very important. Conversion from T4 (inactive hormone) to T3 (active hormone) is a major issue with low thyroid and can be corrected with proper protocols. ======================================================= *** Click below to SUBSCRIBE for more Videos ** https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0Oz... ======================================================= Dr. Jinaan Jawad 26W276 Geneva Road Suite C Carol Stream, IL 60188 630-653-2225 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/totalhealth06/ Visit Us: http://totalhealthdupage.com
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Why Did My Doctor Give Me Cytomel for My Hypothyroidism?
 
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Learn How To Cure Hypothyroidism At: http://www.HypothyroidRevolution.org In alternative medicine, there is very little difference in curing hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. This is because the treatment involves assisting the thyroid to heal, in either case. Those with hyperthyroidism should not use iodine, because it could overdrive the thyroid, worsening the condition. Curing thyroid disease requires a long-term commitment for a period of at least a year. Creating this problem took years of self-poisoning, so fixing it is neither quick, nor easy. Hypothyroidism medications are addictive, and the body becomes reliant on them, which is why the mainstream establishment maintains that people must take them forever. Those who have been taking hypothyroidism medications for years must slowly wean themselves from the drugs. Abruptly stopping these medications will result in extreme fatigue, and additional thyroid problems. Treatment Recommendations Eliminate and discard all non-stick cookware Eliminate Soy - Soy suppresses thyroid function, imbalances hormones, and it has been shown to cause goiters (an enlargement of the thyroid gland) in previously healthy individuals, which shows that it disrupts iodine usage. Adhere to an Alkaline Diet - This is extremely helpful when curing any chronic disease. Reference the Body pH and Disease article to guide you. Balance Estrogen Levels (Women) - Excess estrogen slows down the thyroid gland. This means eliminating birth control medications, increasing the fiber in the diet, and avoiding all non-organic meats. Growth hormones in meats lead to imbalanced hormones. Reduce dairy intake, because milk often contains lots of estrogen; primarily because cows are milked frequently during pregnancy. Exercise - Find a physical activity that is fun, and do it often. We believe that exercise could half the cure time in some cases, and curing is not possible without it. Hemp Fiber - This is a broad spectrum supplement and a mild laxative. L-Tyrosine - Tyrosine is a natural amino acid which helps the body produce its own thyroid hormone. This is also known to help with the depression, which usually accompanies hypothyroidism. Most naturopaths recommend that 500 mg. be taken 2-3 times daily. L-Arginine - Arginine is known to stimulate the thyroid and its hormones. It also improves immune function, improves fertility, and alleviates erectile dysfunction. Iodine - The thyroid needs iodine to function properly, and lots of people now suffer from iodine deficiencies. To test yourself, place some iodine (we use 2%) on your stomach. Make a dot the size of a silver dollar (or twice the size of a British 50p). If it disappears within 12 hours, then you are iodine deficient. Keep adding iodine in increasing amounts, until it no longer disappears in a 12-hour period. This works due to the fact that the body absorbs iodine at the rate at which it is needed. Do not use povidone iodine and do not orally consume iodine. This is especially an important precaution for those with Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Avoid all sources of fluoride - As already mentioned, fluoride suppresses the thyroid, and is likely to be the leading cause of hypothyroidism. Drink spring water, avoid soft drinks, use fluoride-free toothpaste, use a shower filter, and throw away non-stick cookware. Both coffee and tea naturally contain fluoride, so use iodine to compensate if these drinks are indispensable. Eat a natural diet - To help the body to heal itself, remove burdens on its immune system. This means that all processed foods, artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, white flour, white sugar, table salt, hydrogenated oils, aluminum, high fructose corn syrup, and etcetera should be eliminated from the diet. Organic food is the ideal. Do not trust marketing that reads "All Natural", because this phrase is unregulated, so anyone can use it for anything. Read labels carefully. Chlorophyll - Supplementing with chlorophyll provides essential copper, helps oxygenate the body, builds healthy red blood cells, and it overall assists with skin health. Chlorophyll is a safe method of orally supplementing with copper. Those who are using our Colloidal Copper Lotion are unlikely to need more copper. Zinc and Selenium: Studies indicate that severe zinc or selenium deficiencies can cause decreased thyroid hormone levels. Never take zinc on an empty stomach. Brazil nuts are high in both zinc and selenium. Coconut Oil: Buy organic, cold-pressed, coconut oil from a health food store. Take around 1 teaspoon of it daily. You can also use it to cook with, but be warned that it smokes at low cooking temperatures, so it should only be used for low-heat cooking. Coconut oil speeds the metabolism, encourages production of the thyroid hormone, and kills candida yeast.
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Does Levothyroxine Cause Weight Gain? What to do if it is slowing down your metabolism
 
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Does Levothyroxine cause weight gain? That is the question I am going to answer in this video today. Here is a common problem: patients with hypothyroidism present to their doctor, get put on T4 medication like Levothyroxine or Synthroid and they CONTINUE to gain weight - despite no change in their diet or exercise routine. How can this be? In this video, I answer what I think is going on in many patients and it has to do with T4 to reverse T3 conversion when certain patients are given medications that contain T4 only. In the setting of inflammation, trauma, infections, liver/kidney issues, low-calorie diets, and nutrient deficiencies the body can take T4 and convert it into the thyroid blocking metabolite reverse T3. High levels of reverse T3 then compete for binding at the T3 cellular receptor site and put the brakes on thyroid and metabolic function. So how do you treat this condition? Most patients will need medication containing T3 like natural desiccated thyroid or liothyronine/Cytomel to "flush" the system. I also give several tips that I use in my office to help boost thyroid function if your doctor isn't willing to give you medication with T3 in it: 1. Optimize T4 to T3 conversion - I recommend the combination of zinc plus selenium. 2. Fix your adrenals - Consider using adrenal adaptogens or adrenal glandulars both of which can enhance cortisol and improve your stress response. 3. Add high-intensity exercise - To help lower insulin and leptin levels. 4. Reduce inflammation and find hidden sources of inflammation - the easiest first place to look is at your diet. 5. Lower leptin and insulin levels - It will be impossible to lose weight with leptin resistance and/or insulin resistance and both conditions reduce T4 to T3 conversion. Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - For thyroid hormone production and conversion: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/t3-conversion-booster/ - For hair loss: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-hair-regrowth-complex/ - For weight management: https://www.restartmed.com/product/gut-bomb-350-billion/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/functional-fuel-complete/ - For gut health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/ultra-biotic-x100/ - For energy and adrenal health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/power-b-complex/ If you are interested in having Dr. Childs evaluate your labs you can find more information here: https://www.restartmed.com/lab-testing/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality​ content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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Liothyronine medication guide
 
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Liothyronine is a T3 only thyroid medication that is used to treat hypothyroidism. Liothyronine can help hypothyroid patients lose weight by increasing thermogenesis and increasing basal metabolic rate. In order to use liothyronine correctly you need to optimize the dose to the individual. Learn how to dose liothyronine and other T3 medications correctly in this guide. More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/liothyronine/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ If you enjoyed this video please subscribe on youtube or leave a comment on my podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-westin-childs-podcast-thyroid-weight-loss-hormones/id1141207688?mt=2 This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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Thyroid, T4/T3 and Metabolism
 
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What is your thyroid and how does it effect metabolism. What is your T3 and T4 hormones and what do they do? How do I know my Thyroid is low?
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Hypothyroidism case study 40 pound weight loss over 6 months with before/after pictures
 
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Video #2 in a weight loss with hypothyroidism video series. This video represents an actual hypothyroid patient from my practice who lost 40 pounds over 6 months with before/after pictures. You will immediately notice her changes in the picture above and I walk you through in detail how YOU can get these types of changes as well. Hypothyroid patients almost always have difficulty with weight loss due to a variety of reasons. Most patients wrongly believe that their weight loss problem is due primarily to a lack of thyroid hormone and that's where they are wrong. Low thyroid hormone by itself causes a slow metabolism but it also causes and encourages other hormone imbalances. Specifically, it leads to insulin resistance, leptin resistance, and even estrogen/progesterone imbalances. It is these changes that make future weight loss impossible. So that means focusing on thyroid hormone alone generally won't result in significant weight loss. Even adding on NDT or T3 to your regimen will likely result in 5-10 pounds of weight loss at MOST. Compare that to focusing on the other hormone imbalances and you can see the advantage in this case study above. I show you exactly how to test for the following hormone imbalances: 1. Adrenal related issues (checking cortisol levels) 2. Thyroid resistance (by checking free T3 and reverse T3) 3. Low testosterone (by checking free and total testosterone) 4. Estrogen dominance (by checking estradiol + progesterone) 5. Checking for leptin resistance (by checking fasting serum leptin levels) 6. Checking for insulin resistance (by checking fasting insulin and Hgb A1c) I also go over the treatment for each of these conditions and show you how the patient above was able to get these results. This particular patient has Hashimoto's thyroiditis, but this will also work for patients who have hypothyroidism. In addition,​ I go over how to correctly pick the right diet to allow for weight loss in this patient population. Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - For thyroid hormone production and conversion: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/t3-conversion-booster/ - For hair loss: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-hair-regrowth-complex/ - For weight management: https://www.restartmed.com/product/gut-bomb-350-billion/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/functional-fuel-complete/ - For gut health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/ultra-biotic-x100/ - For energy and adrenal health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/power-b-complex/ If you are interested in having Dr. Childs evaluate your labs you can find more information here: https://www.restartmed.com/lab-testing/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality​ content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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Thyroid Mastery Series T4 to T3 Under Conversion
 
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Hypothyroidism is a condition where the cells are not getting sufficient amount of thyroid hormone. It could be due to four basic issues: 1. Problems making thyroid hormone. 2. Problems transporting thyroid hormone. 3. Underconversion of T4 into T3 4. Problems getting thyroid hormone into the cells. In this video, thyroid expert and functional medicine practitioner Dr. Kevin Smith, D.C., B.C.I.M., C.F.M.P., goes into detail about the problem of under-conversion of T4 into T3. This issue is one of the most common misdiagnosed or underdiagnosed problems by most M.D.'s. It also explains why so many people continue to suffer with hypothyroidism (even if their lab values are "normal", and even if they're taking thyroid replacement hormone. If you're suffering with hypothyroidism and you're not getting the help you need from the "standard of care" physicians, then it's time to try something they're not trying. Chronic Conditions Center 1699 Washington Road Suite 401 Pittsburgh, PA 15228 412-595-7332 http://www.chronicpa.com
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Do T3 Hormones Make Hypothyroidism worse?
 
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http://www.drdavidschiller.com T3 Hormones and Hypothyroidism are discussed by Dr. David Schiller. Visit www.CTThyroidRelief.com for more information
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(TBS #22) Adding T3 to your T4 medication (+ Signs you may need it)
 
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Today is episode #22 and it's all about adding T3 to your T4 medication. Most patients take a thyroid medication which contains T4 only thyroid hormone such as Levothyroxine or Synthroid. The problem with these medications is that they contain the inactive thyroid hormone T4 and they are not necessarily active unless your body can activate them. You can add T3 to your current medication to fight this problem because it is the active thyroid hormone. Studies have shown that adding T3 medication to existing T4 doses result in increased weight loss, better patient satisfaction and a better quality of life. How do you know if you need it? Most people who have low T3 tend to experience these signs: - Low body temperature - Persistent hypothyroid symptoms - Difficulty losing weight - Other hormone problems - Normal TSH but low free thyroid hormones All of these may be signs that you can benefit from using T3 medication. T3 can be safely added to your T4 dose. When adding T3 to T4 you want to try and keep your TSH in the low (but not suppressed) range while keeping your free T3 in the high-normal range. Not everyone will need T3, though! Some people react negatively to it and may benefit from using NDT instead of T3 medications. Hey guys! I'm Dr. Westin Childs and I focus on thyroid health, hormone balance, and weight loss. I write about thyroid disorders, weight loss, insulin resistance, estrogen/progesterone balance on my blog. I truly believe that hormone balance is the key to managing your weight, your mood and your quality of life which is why I'm so passionate about it. I take a personalized/functional medicine approach to management of conditions. I'm not accepting patients but you can learn more and get plenty of information on my blog! You can learn more about high-quality supplements that I create (and personally use) here: https://www.restartmed.com/shop/ More information, including links to literary studies, in the video and the full blog post, can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/goitrogens/ You can find more general information on my site here: https://www.restartmed.com/ If you enjoyed this video please subscribe on youtube or leave a comment on my podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-westin-childs-podcast-thyroid-weight-loss-hormones/id1141207688?mt=2 This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care. Do you have any topics or video ideas? Please say so in the comments below!
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List of Thyroid Medication Names (By Hormone Content)
 
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If you are confused about thyroid medication names then this is the video for you. In this video, I break down how various thyroid medications differ from one another and what thyroid hormones that they contain. There are two main types of thyroid hormones: T4 and T3. Thyroid medications contain both or just one or the other of these hormones which impact how they work in your body. T4 only thyroid medications include: - Synthroid (Brand name) - Levothyroxine (Generic) - Tirosint (Brand name - special in that it only has 4 total ingredients) - Levoxyl - Unithroid - Euthyrox - Levo-T - Levothroid *T4 only thyroid medications MUST be activated by your body in order to be used. NDT (Natural Desiccated thyroid hormone) medications include: - Armour Thyroid (Brand name) - NP Thyroid (Generic for Armour Thyroid) - WP Thyroid - Nature-Throid - Thyrolar *NDT medications contain a combination of T4 and T3 thyroid hormone. T3 only thyroid medications: - Cytomel (Brand name) - Liothyronine (Generic) - SR T3 (Sustained release T3) *T3 thyroid medications come pre-activated and are the most powerful types of thyroid medications. There are many other thyroid medication names based on the country you live in but you can always figure out which type of thyroid medication you are taking by looking at the active ingredient. You can ask your pharmacist or doctor if you aren't sure! Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - For thyroid hormone production and conversion: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/t3-conversion-booster/ - For hair loss: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-hair-regrowth-complex/ - For weight management: https://www.restartmed.com/product/gut-bomb-350-billion/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/functional-fuel-complete/ - For gut health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/ultra-biotic-x100/ - For energy and adrenal health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/power-b-complex/ I'm Dr. Westin Childs and I focus on thyroid health, hormone balance, and weight loss. I write about thyroid disorders, weight loss, insulin resistance, estrogen/progesterone balance on my blog. I truly believe that hormone balance is the key to managing your weight, your mood and your quality of life which is why I'm so passionate about it. If you enjoyed this video please subscribe on youtube or leave a comment on my podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-westin-childs-podcast-thyroid-weight-loss-hormones/id1141207688?mt=2 This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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Why Thyroidectomy Patients Need T3 Medication
 
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This video is all about why thyroidectomy patients need T3 thyroid medication. Thyroidectomy is a procedure in which your thyroid gland is completely removed. After you undergo this procedure you will be required to take thyroid medication for life. One problem that thyroidectomy patients face is persistent symptoms such as weight gain, brain fog, constipation, and fatigue after their procedure and even after taking thyroid medication. In this video, I highlight the importance of taking thyroid medication in this subgroup of patients and why the standard approach of using levothyroxine is not sufficient. There are new studies which show that approximately up to 20% of patients who don't have their thyroid is not able to achieve normal free T3 or free T4 levels by taking thyroid medication alone. And this makes sense considering that we know the thyroid produces both T4 and T3 when it is working. So why then do we only provide the body with T4 medication after it has been removed? Doctors believe that giving the body T4 is sufficient because they feel that the body will be able to activate T4 on its own. This study shows that this may not be the case for roughly 1 in 5 thyroidectomy patients. The net result is that you may need to take T3 medication in addition to your T4 medication if you want to normalize thyroid function. Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - For thyroid hormone production and conversion: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/t3-conversion-booster/ - For hair loss: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-hair-regrowth-complex/ - For weight management: https://www.restartmed.com/product/gut-bomb-350-billion/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/functional-fuel-complete/ - For gut health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/ultra-biotic-x100/ - For energy and adrenal health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/power-b-complex/ I'm Dr. Westin Childs and I focus on thyroid health, hormone balance, and weight loss. I write about thyroid disorders, weight loss, insulin resistance, estrogen/progesterone balance on my blog. I truly believe that hormone balance is the key to managing your weight, your mood and your quality of life which is why I'm so passionate about it. You can find more general information on my site here: https://www.restartmed.com/ If you enjoyed this video please subscribe on youtube or leave a comment on my podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-westin-childs-podcast-thyroid-weight-loss-hormones/id1141207688?mt=2 This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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5 Reasons Armour thyroid Isn't Helping you with Weight Loss
 
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In this video I go over the 5 main reasons that patients who switch from Levothyroxine to Armour thyroid DON'T lose weight. Many patients believe that switching from T4 to NDT will cause immediate weight loss and are disappointed when it doesn't happen. The truth is that Armour thyroid CAN help with weight loss but you need to make sure that these 5 barriers aren't standing in your way: 1. Your dose isn't high enough - Many Doctors under dose patients when converting from T4 medication to NDT by about 50%. Use the chart in this video to make sure your dose is high enough. 2. You need more T3 added to your regimen - Several conditions like euthyroid sick syndrome or tissue level hypothyroidism make it so patients need more T3 than what Armour thyroid provides. So while armour may be a step in the right direction you may need more T3 added to your NDT. 3. You are suffering from Leptin resistance - High leptin levels decrease T4 to T3 conversion and can make weight loss impossible unless it is addressed. Use this video to help you find out if you have leptin resistance and if you need to treat it. 4. You are reacting to fillers in Armour thyroid - Many patients react poorly to the methylcellulose that is used in Armour thyroid. It can reduce the amount of free thyroid hormone that is absorbed when you take this medication. Make sure this isn't limiting the amount of thyroid hormone your body can absorb! 5. Your Reverse T3 is TOO high - High levels of reverse T3 effectively put the brake on your thyroid system and can result in a slow metabolism and symptoms of hypothyroidism. Taking T4 only medications and even sometimes NDT like armour thyroid can cause high levels of reverse T3. Find out how to treat and check for this condition. More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: http://www.restartmed.com/armour-thyroid-weight-loss/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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The #1 Problem Slowing T4 to T3 Conversion with Hashimoto's
 
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Did you know there are 4-Stage of Healing Hashimoto's? Find out what stage you're at here: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/wb4stagesofhealing You can get great information through these resources: Do You Know The 9 Tests Required to Understand Your Thyroid? https://hashimotosdoctor.com/free-book-pageqpuqvcr1 Do You Have Hair Loss & Hashimoto’s or Thyroid Problems? https://hashimotosdoctor.com/free-guide-plus-hosting-feeqhtxttj4 Need Diet and Lifestyle Help with Hashimoto’s: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/optin10644958 We work with people in the US and around the world via phone, Skype and Facetime…Do You Need Dr. Shook’s Help? https://goo.gl/nFoZqu Join Our Facebook Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/HickoryThyroid/ Follow Us on Facebook for LIVE events and daily videos: https://www.facebook.com/drbradshook/?fref=ts. Follow Our Blog for Exclusive Content: https://www.DrBradShook.com.
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Importance of Reverse T3
 
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Hypothyroidism Symptoms? Are You Converting T4 to T3?
 
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Did you know there are 4-Stage of Healing Hashimoto's? Find out what stage you're at here: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/wb4stagesofhealing Do you have symptoms of hypothyroidism? Are you converting your T4 to T3? What can cause problems with that conversion? Learn about working one on one with Dr. Shook- https://goo.gl/nFoZqu DR. SHOOK’S FACEBOOK BUSINESS PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/drbradshook/ DR. SHOOK’S CLINIC: http://www.drbradshook.com DR. SHOOK'S THYROID PROGRAM: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/tp DR. SHOOK'S DETOXIFICATION PROGRAM: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/detoxprogram DR. SHOOK'S 9 THYROID LABS PROGRAM: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/9teststc DR. SHOOK'S 29 LABS PROGRAM: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/29labstc DR. SHOOK'S HAIR LOSS PROGRAM: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/hashimotoshairloss DR. SHOOK’S PRIVATE THYROID SUPPORT GROUP: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/support DR. SHOOK'S REVIEWS: https://www.facebook.com/pg/drbradshook/reviews DR. SHOOK'S BLOG: http://drbradshook.com/blog/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/shookdc YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/drbradshook ABOUT DR. SHOOK: http://drbradshook.com/about/ DR. SHOOK'S STORY: https://youtu.be/WVykQB9cv0Y DR. SHOOK’S FACEBOOK THYROID SUPPORT GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hickorythyroid/ GET CUTTING-EDGE INFORMATION ON FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE AND GENOMICS - https://hashimotosdoctor.com/bonus ITUNES PODCAST – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hashimotos-doctor/id1240928683 LIBSYN PODCAST - http://directory.libsyn.com/shows/view/id/thehashimotosdoctor INSTAGRAM – https://www.instagram.com/drbradshook/ PINTEREST - https://www.pinterest.com/drbradshook/ LINKEDIN - https://www.linkedin.com/in/bradshook/ Dr. Brad Shook a chiropractic physician and member of The Institute of Functional Medicine with postdoctoral training in epigenetics, genomics, and Functional and Precision Medicine. He concentrates his consulting practice in helping people with chronic health problems to achieve the most optimal health possible, by seeking unique interventions specific to the individual, and by joining with them and their healthcare team in a partnership. Most of Dr. Shook’s clients have tried many different approaches with varying degrees of success. Prior to seeing Dr. Shook, many of his clients report not knowing what to do next to help themselves, and many are overwhelmed with information and no clear direction. The Office of Dr. Brad Shook 901 Hwy 321 NW Hickory, NC 28601 828-324-0800 Disclaimer: Dr. Shook does not diagnose, treat or prevent any medical conditions; instead he helps people create their health to avoid health problems. He works complimentary to their physicians, which regulate their medication. This video is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. Through my videos, blog posts, website information, I give suggestions for you and your doctor to research and provide general information for educational purposes only. The information provided in this video or site, or through linkages to other sites, is not a substitute for medical or professional care, and you should not use the information in place of a visit, call consultation or the advice of your physician or other healthcare provider. The Office of Dr. Brad Shook and Dr. Brad Shook, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
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Synthroid Overdose: signs you taking too much thyroid medication
 
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Are you taking too much Synthroid? Synthroid is the most commonly prescribed medication in the US which means that millions of people are taking this medicine. Of those millions, there will always be a small percentage who are either taking too much or too little. We are going to focus on those people who are taking too much. Symptoms of taking too much Synthroid include... Common but less serious side effects: Increased hair loss Weight loss (sometimes but not always) Tremors in the extremities Jittery sensation Heart palpitations Anxiety Flushing of the skin Heat intolerance (not able to stand hot environments) Rare, but serious side effects of Synthroid overdose include: Osteoporosis or decreased bone density Heart enlargement Atrial fibrillation Chest pain Shortness of breath *If you experience any of these symptoms you should seek medical care as soon as possible. If you are experiencing any of these side effects then you can check your blood work to confirm that you are indeed taking too much. If you are you will most likely see the following changes: - Suppressed TSH (sometimes a low TSH) - High free T4 - High free T3 (sometimes) These, in combination with the symptoms listed above, are signs that you are taking too much thyroid medication. Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - For thyroid hormone production and conversion: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/t3-conversion-booster/ - For hair loss: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-hair-regrowth-complex/ - For weight management: https://www.restartmed.com/product/gut-bomb-350-billion/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/functional-fuel-complete/ - For gut health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/ultra-biotic-x100/ - For energy and adrenal health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/power-b-complex/ I'm Dr. Westin Childs and I focus on thyroid health, hormone balance, and weight loss. I write about thyroid disorders, weight loss, insulin resistance, estrogen/progesterone balance on my blog. I truly believe that hormone balance is the key to managing your weight, your mood and your quality of life which is why I'm so passionate about it. You can learn more about high-quality supplements that I create (and personally use) here: https://www.restartmed.com/shop/ If you enjoyed this video please subscribe on youtube or leave a comment on my podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-westin-childs-podcast-thyroid-weight-loss-hormones/id1141207688?mt=2 This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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Tirosint vs Levothyroxine - The case for Switching Thyroid Medication
 
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Tirosint is a T4 only thyroid medication but with some twists. Many patients report significant improvement in hypothyroid symptoms when switching from T4 only medications like Levothyroxine and Synthroid over to Tirosint. But how can that be? Especially when Tirosint is a T4 only medication? This occurs for several reasons: 1) Inactive ingredients - + Levothyroxine and Synthroid contain MANY inactive ingredients (complete list in the video) which your body may be reacting to and limiting absorption. These inactive ingredients may be causing negative side effects that mimic hypothyroidism or limit your ability to reach the optimal dose. Tirosint has 3 inactive ingredients and 1 active ingredient making it the "cleanest" thyroid medication (T4 only). 2) Decreased absorption - + Due to these inactive ingredients the absorption of Levothyroxine and Synthroid may be inferior to that of Tirosint. The fewer inactive ingredients means the more thyroid hormone that will be absorbed which means the better you symptoms will be. This is also very important for hypothyroid patients who have GI related conditions such as SIBO/SIFO, GERD and low stomach acid. Tirosint is more easily absorbed and utilized than other forms of thyroid hormone due to these reasons. Who should consider using Tirosint? - Patients with GI related issues - Patients who don't tolerate Synthroid or Levothyroxine - Patients with multiple sensitivities or food allergies - Patients with Leaky gut or increased intestinal permeability - Patients who don't tolerate T3 containing medications like NDT and/or liothyronine/cytomel - Patients who are extremely sensitive to medications and supplements - Patients who have experienced some improvement on Levothyroxine or Synthroid but still have room for improvement If you have any questions please leave your comments below and I will get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks! More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/tirosint/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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My experience with T3, cytomel
 
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Thyroid Hormone Conversion T4 to T3
 
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Part of Dr. Celaya's 7 part thyroid series, Thyroid Hormone Conversion , takes a look some simplified biochemistry and physiology to help you better understand inactive hormone conversion to the active form, and what to do to assist it. Read More: https://wp.me/p8W34K-sX ====================================================== Subscribe to our Newsletter: http://drcelaya.com/newsletter/ Schedule a FREE Consultation: http://drcelaya.com/what-to- expect/ Become a New Patient: http://drcelaya.com/what-to-expect/ 7 Part - Thyroid Video Series: http://drcelaya.com/thy/ ====================================================== Dr. Greg Celaya Email: info@drCelaya.com Visit us at: http://www.drCelaya.com Newsletter: Subscribe to our Newsletter: http://drcelaya.com/newsletter/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/102421320349911126256 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drcelaya/
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How Dr. Maupin Treats Thyroid Disease
 
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See all the Healthcast at https://www.biobalancehealth.com In the face of how mainstream medicine has set the system to NOT diagnose hypothyroidism, I am criticized daily for diagnosing hypothyroidism in my office for patients who have come to me because they are miserable secondary to their low thyroid, and they need treatment and replacement. I live in the center of the “goiter belt” where iodine is rare in regional water and food. That one fact makes hypothyroidism a very common disease in my office. Here is how hypothyroidism should be diagnosed: 1. Symptoms of hypothyroidism. 2. A free T3 lower than 3.0, and free T4 lower than 0.9, and a normal or high TSH above 2.5, and or, 3. A first morning basal oral temperature (called basal body temperature) of less than 98.0 for woman and 98.4 for men. Now lets’ look toward the treatment of hypothyroidism and why you may not receive the dose or type of thyroid medicine that you need to make you well. Synthroid is the typical and most expensive thyroid medicine available to treat hypothyroidism. I do use Synthroid for men as the majority of men respond to it, but women do not, and it was not tested on women when it passed the FDA. Synthroid is just one of the thyroid hormones, T4, and to be effective must be transformed into T3, however the majority of women do not convert T4 into T3 and that means that their lab work looks like they are normal (the TSH is below 2.5) but none of their symptoms are gone! This does not faze medical doctors because symptoms are no longer important, but to me the resolution of symptoms are the reason we know a patient is better. For women I use a combination of T4 and T3 in one of three forms: 1) Porcine Thyroid called Armour Thyroid, Nature throid or WP Thyroid, 2) Synthroid (levothyroxine) plus Cytomel (Liothyronine= T3), or compounded T4+T3. One of these options works very well for women, and some men. I start the dose low and then increase until my patient feels normal, or her temperature is greater than or equal to 98 degrees, his temperature is greater than or equal to 98.4, or they have side effects like anxiety, tremor or tachycardia. In that case I decrease dose, add magnesium glycine 400 mg/day, and slowly increase dose again. Must also have adequate iodine to supply their thyroid receptors so thyroid replacement can work well. Although resolution of symptoms should be enough, I also like to see my patients’ blood work return to normal free T3, free T4, and a TSH less than 1.0. The reasoning behind my belief that the stimulating hormone must be suppressed if a patient has adequate replacement hormone comes from my knowledge of physiology, my experience having hypothyroidism since I was 21, and the practice of medicine for over 35 years involving replacement of estrogen, thyroid, progesterone, testosterone, insulin, cortisol and growth hormone. In all of these hormones, it is necessary to suppress the stimulating hormone when we replace the hormone itself. Watching the stimulating hormone fall is a sign that I have given the proper dose!
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Reverse T3 Treatment Guide + How to “Flush” it out of Your Body
 
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High reverse T3 levels result in a slow metabolism, weight gain, low body temperature and symptoms of hypothyroidism. Reverse T3 is created from T4 in your body in the presence of inflammation, leptin resistance, insulin resistance and a history of chronic yo-yo dieting. Taking T4 only medication can actually make high levels of reverse T3 even worse. This guide discusses how patients get high levels of reverse T3, what causes reverse T3 to be elevated and how to flush high levels of reverse T3 out of your body. We will also discuss the normal ranges of reverse T3 in your body and how to evaluate them in the presence of low T3 levels. There are ways to treat thyroid resistance but in some cases it requires the use of T3 containing medications. More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/reverse-t3/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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WP Thyroid Weight Loss: 55 pounds over 6 months with Before/After pictures
 
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This video will walk you through a thyroid case study in which I show you how WP thyroid lead to weight loss in a patient of mine with before and after pictures. The combination of the right type of thyroid medication, plus managing hormones leads to significant weight loss in hypothyroid patients. Many patients wrongly believe that adding in thyroid medication will lead to significant weight loss and that is rarely the cause. In this example I walk you through: - How to decide which thyroid medication is best for your body, including going over the differences between WP Thyroid vs naturethroid vs armour thyroid - How to properly evaluate your blood tests to determine what is causing weight loss resistance in your body - How to address hormone imbalances other than hypothyroidism - What supplements to use to help with weight loss - How important diet, exercise and lifestyle interventions are for helping hypothyroid patients lose weight (hint: not as important as you may think) I use the lab results from this patient case study to show you how I look at hypothyroid patients including what lab values I use and what does of medication I use. I hope you find this article helpful as you try to lose weight with hypothyroidism! If you have any questions please leave them below. More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/wp-thyroid-weight-loss/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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Is Synthroid Gluten-Free?
 
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Is Synthroid Gluten-free? The answer is yes, based on a recent study which looked at all of the ingredients. But why is this important? It has to do with the fact that most hypothyroid patients suffer from Hashimoto's thyroiditis which is an autoimmune condition of the thyroid gland. And about 5% of people with Hashimoto's also suffer from Celiac disease which is an autoimmune disease to gluten. That means that roughly 1 in 20 people with Hashimoto's will also not tolerate gluten. This study showed that the concentration of gluten in Synthroid was less than 3 parts per million which are below the acceptable amount of gluten in food products to be labeled as gluten-free. But just because it is gluten-free doesn't mean you won't potentially react when taking it. Synthroid still contains other inactive ingredients including aluminum, lactose, and other dyes and coloring agents which can all cause reactions. The best thing to do if you believe that you are reacting to these ingredients is to switch to a cleaner thyroid medication such as Tirosint. Tirosint has 3 inactive ingredients and 1 active ingredient making it the cleanest T4 medication. This study Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - For thyroid hormone production and conversion: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/t3-conversion-booster/ - For hair loss: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-hair-regrowth-complex/ - For weight management: https://www.restartmed.com/product/gut-bomb-350-billion/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/functional-fuel-complete/ - For gut health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/ultra-biotic-x100/ - For energy and adrenal health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/power-b-complex/ I'm Dr. Westin Childs and I focus on thyroid health, hormone balance, and weight loss. I write about thyroid disorders, weight loss, insulin resistance, estrogen/progesterone balance on my blog. I truly believe that hormone balance is the key to managing your weight, your mood and your quality of life which is why I'm so passionate about it. If you enjoyed this video please subscribe on youtube or leave a comment on my podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-westin-childs-podcast-thyroid-weight-loss-hormones/id1141207688?mt=2 This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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What Is The Difference Between Levothyroxine And Synthroid?
 
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Synthroid vs levothyroxine the debate thyroid disorders brand name and generic verywell. Anyone else have any experience in switching between the two? There really a difference brand 'synthroid' and levothyroxine? . I 19 jan 2016 my doctor has prescribed levothyroxine and liothyronine for thyroid. Do they both work in the same way? Are identical rate meds and difference between synthroid armour is pretty substantial. Difference if any is there between synthroid and. I am currently taking levothyroxine (synthroid generic) i was correctly 17 jul 2014 recently switched to the name brand of synthroid after difference between rosemont and others is that. Synthroid thyroid center what is the difference between armour and synthroid? The levothyroxine vsgeneric synthroid vs nongeneric mdjunction. So the difference between a brand and any of its generics is not significant, has anyone been on synthroid then given levothyroxine? Never heard armour what & armour? . The only difference between synthroid and levothyroxine is the fillers. Had taken synthroid w good success for yrs was switched to levothyroxine told there wouldn't be any difference, and same me, #'s tsh 29 jun 2017 are important differences between generic brand name drugs such as synthroid, luvox, unithroid, levothroid thyroid information about disease, treatment therapies prevention, covering topics nodules, hashimoto's thyroiditis, hyperthyroidism aug 2016 the difference armour is synthetic t4. What's the difference between levothyroxine thyroid disorders all levoxyl vswhat is sodium armour vs synthroid endocrinewebname brand patient. What distinguishes the use cytomel vs. It is not the same as armour thyroid, which desiccated pig 1 jul 2009 daughter has had her thyroid removed because of nodules and swears that there a big difference between levothyroxine synthroid @hopeinhim l thyroxine t 4, still 4 no matter what it called. There are branded levothyroxine preparations (ie synthroid tm, levoxyl ) as well this difference did not depend on age and was seen only in children with disease, tsh differ between generic specify if you using the or brand name your postif started out i know they both levothyroxine, but drug information packet says that there differences brands. Facts and myths about generic drugs worst pills. I'm just wondering it has always been our position that there is no difference between generic and of levothyroxine (synthroid) was more reliable than 12 may 2006 synthroid? I dropped off my script endo told me too make sure pill said synthroid, check mcgs, so i have hi, what the synthroid levoxyl? Your both right, also known as levo t, levothroid, levoxyl, 10 mar 2013 does anyone know exactly is? I've googled but can't find anything. Difference if any is there between synthroid and why in some cases levothyroxine not as effective synthroid? . Any difference between levoxyl and synthroid? Babycenter. Thyroid hormones known as thyroxine (t4) and triiodothyronine (t3) there is the
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What is a Normal Free T4?
 
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What is a normal free T4? If you are looking for a quick answer then somewhere in the top 50% of the reference range is a good starting point but it is much more nuanced than that. Various other conditions, even taking thyroid medication, can impact your free T4 and change up what would be considered normal. In addition, because T4 is a hormone, we also need to establish the difference between a healthy and a normal level. A healthy free T4 is one that would be seen in people who are active, healthy, and have no thyroid problems. But what does your free T4 actually mean? Free t4 is a measure of the number of free T4 which is available in your blood. Free T4 simply means that the T4 hormone we are measuring is not bound up by proteins and is available for your body to use. But, even though it is available for use doesn't mean that it is active. In order to be active, free T4 must be turned into T3. Luckily, we have the ability to check both free T4 and free T3 to evaluate how well this is happening. So what is a normal free T4? It really depends on your situation. If you are not taking thyroid medication then an optimal free T4 is in the top 50% of the reference range. If you are taking T4 only thyroid medication like Synthroid or levothyroxine, then a healthy free T4 is in the top 30% of the reference range. If you are taking T3 medication such as NDT or Liothyronine/Cytomel, then it may be normal for your free T4 to drop. In this case, a healthy free T4 may be in the lower 50% of the reference range. In this case, it's often wise to look at total t3 and free T3 over free T4. Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - For thyroid hormone production and conversion: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/t3-conversion-booster/ - For hair loss: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-hair-regrowth-complex/ - For weight management: https://www.restartmed.com/product/gut-bomb-350-billion/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/functional-fuel-complete/ - For gut health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/ultra-biotic-x100/ - For energy and adrenal health: https://www.restartmed.com/product/thyroid-adrenal-reset-complex/ + https://www.restartmed.com/product/power-b-complex/ I'm Dr. Westin Childs and I focus on thyroid health, hormone balance, and weight loss. I write about thyroid disorders, weight loss, insulin resistance, estrogen/progesterone balance on my blog. I truly believe that hormone balance is the key to managing your weight, your mood and your quality of life which is why I'm so passionate about it. You can find more general information on my site here: https://www.restartmed.com/ If you enjoyed this video please subscribe on youtube or leave a comment on my podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-westin-childs-podcast-thyroid-weight-loss-hormones/id1141207688?mt=2 This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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Why Did My Doctor Give Me Cytomel for My Hypothyroidism?
 
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http://www.HypothyroidRevolution.org - Hypothyroidism is a deficiency of thyroid hormone and is one of most common thyroid problems in the Western countries. Estimated 4 percent of the adult American population has an underactive thyroid function which is primarily caused by autoimmune thyroid condition called Hashimotos disease. http://www.HypothyroidRevolution.org Women are affected six times more frequently than men. In addition to autoimmune Hashimotos disease, there are numerous other causes of thyroid dysfunction that can result in hypothyroid symptoms despite of the normal lab test results. Unfortunately, the following 7 causes of hypothyroidism cannot be identified using conventional blood tests and most likely will be missed by your conventional doctor: 1 Autoimmune Hashimoto's disease is the most common cause of hypothyroidism in industrialized countries, however most conventional doctors do not check for it. 2 Hypothalamus dysfunction that is difficult to establish and could not be seen on the thyroid tests. 3 Pituitary dysfunction that means the pituitary gland cannot send a message to the thyroid gland to produce more thyroid hormone when it needed. 4 Thyroid gland dysfunction when the gland itself does not work properly and could not produce enough thyroid hormone to meet body's needs. 5 Elevated Thyroid-binding globulin (TBG) due to hormonal imbalances caused by birth control pills, menopause or hormone replacement therapy with estrogen. TGB binds thyroid hormone and prevents it from the entering the cell and/or conversion into the active T3 form. The person will have hypothyroid symptoms despite normal lab test results. 6 Over- or under-conversion of T4 into the metabolically active T3 hormone in the liver and intestine that could cause thyroid symptoms. 7 Thyroid cellular receptor dysfunction due to high cortisol, vitamin A deficiency, over-conversion to T3 and other reasons preventing the thyroid hormone from entering into the cell and perform its metabolic action. 5 Essentials Of Effective Hypothyroidism Treatment Plan 1 The proper thyroid testing and diagnosis are the key to establish your effective hypothyroidism treatment plan. 2 Your diet has a big influence on your thyroid function. There are certain foods that support or suppress the production of thyroid hormones, immune system and sabotage your weight loss efforts.Most hypothyroid patients have food allergies, malabsorption and nutritional deficiencies such as low vitamin D, selenium, B12 and other vitamins of group B, iron and magnesium. 3 If you have thyroid imbalance, you are most likely to have other hormonal problems, blood sugar dysregulation and being under stress that work against your thyroid. Without addressing these issues you risk never stabilize your thyroid function. 4 Your gut and liver function play the key role in conversions of inactive T4 into the active T3 thyroid hormone. If you have digestive issues and/or sluggish liver your body cannot convert thyroid hormones effectively and you can continue to have hypothyroid symptoms does not matter how much thyroid medication you take. 5 Consider environmental toxins as a contributing factor to your thyroid dysfunction. We all are exposed to chemicals and toxins, however those who have effective detoxification process enjoy a better health. Minimizing exposure and supporting detoxification pathways can help to support your thyroid gland. Video Tags: hypothyroidism how to treat hypothyroidism treating hypothyroidism hypothyroidism treatment hypothyroidism natural treatment treatment for hypothyroidism natural treatment for hypothyroidism natural remedies for hypothyroidism hypothyroidism natural remedies
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Armour? Synthroid? What is the best Thyroid Hormone Replacement for Hypothyroidism?
 
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Did you know there are 4-Stage of Healing Hashimoto's? Find out what stage you're at here: https://hashimotosdoctor.com/wb4stagesofhealing If you have Hypothyroidism, What is the best Thyroid Hormone Replacement for an underactive Thyroid? Armour? Synthroid? Is NDT better than a synthetic? Learn more! Learn about working one on one with Dr. Shook- https://goo.gl/nFoZqu 9 Labs Required to Understand Your Thyroid Program – https://hashimotosdoctor.com/9teststc 29 Non-Thyroid Labs You Need That No-One Has Ordered Program – https://hashimotosdoctor.com/29labstc How Can I Prevent Hair Loss with Hashimoto’s Program – https://hashimotosdoctor.com/hashimotoshairloss Get Exclusive Access to Dr. Shook’s Transformation Community Thyroid Support Group – https://hashimotosdoctor.com/support Hashimoto's Supplements and Private Pharmacy Access: http://hashimotossupplements.com Thyroid Support Group Link: http://www.facebook.com/groups/HickoryThyroid/ Get Cutting-Edge Information on Functional Medicine and Genomics - https://hashimotosdoctor.com/bonus The 6-Week Hashimoto’s Transformation Program – https://Hashimotosdoctor.com/tp The 6-Week Hashimoto’s Detoxification Program – https://hashimotosdoctor.com/detoxprogram
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(TBS #15) Why Does Hypothyroidism (& Hashimoto’s) Cause Hair Loss?
 
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Today is all about your thyroid and hair loss. Hashimoto's and hypothyroidism often result in hair loss in many patients which can be a big struggle. Finding the cause of hair loss in your situation is incredibly important and can help you regrow your hair. I've created 4 main categories that lead to hair loss in thyroid patients that need to be evaluated in each case of hair loss: #1. Your thyroid medication dose. If your medication is too high or too high it may result in hair loss. Most people suffer from an insufficient dose or lower than normal free T3 levels which lead to hair loss. But some patients may have a suppressed TSH and high free T3 which can also contribute to hair loss. It's important to make sure your dose is in that Goldilocks range. #2. Your iron (or other nutrients) levels. Perhaps one of the most important factors for hair growth is your ferritin or iron level. Thyroid patients are at increased risk for iron deficiency (low ferritin) which will make growing your hair back impossible. Make sure to check your ferritin and ensure it is in the optimal range (40-60). #3. Your thyroid medication itself. One of the most frustrating things for patients to learn is that their thyroid medication itself can lead to hair loss. This is usually the result of inactive dyes or fillers inside of the medication. You can fight this problem by simply switching to a different medication inside the same class (switch it with a "cleaner" version). #4. Testosterone and androgen levels. High testosterone (or high androgen) can lead to hair loss as well in hypothyroid patients. Low thyroid hormone can dysregulate testosterone metabolism and lead to high levels of DHT. You can fight this by taking certain supplements to help force testosterone conversion away from DHT. Hey guys! I'm Dr. Westin Childs and I focus on thyroid health, hormone balance, and weight loss. I write about thyroid disorders, weight loss, insulin resistance, estrogen/progesterone balance on my blog. I truly believe that hormone balance is the key to managing your weight, your mood and your quality of life which is why I'm so passionate about it. I take a personalized/functional medicine approach to management of conditions. I'm not accepting patients but you can learn more and get plenty of information on my blog! You can learn more about high-quality supplements that I create (and personally use) here: https://www.restartmed.com/shop/ More information, including links to literary studies, in the video and the full blog post, can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/goitrogens/ You can find more general information on my site here: https://www.restartmed.com/ If you enjoyed this video please subscribe on youtube or leave a comment on my podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-westin-childs-podcast-thyroid-weight-loss-hormones/id1141207688?mt=2 This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high-quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care. Do you have any topics or video ideas? Please say so in the comments below!
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Hypothyroid - treatment options and understanding your lab results
 
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Hypothyroidism is a one of the most common chronic medical conditions. It is relatively simple to understand and treat. Your thyroid gland is butterfly shaped, and sits in the front of your neck. It produces thyroid hormone, which plays a role in almost all of your body functions. Hypothyroid (underactive) is much more common than hyperthyroid, (overactive) thyroid disease. Symptoms of hypothyroid may include fatigue, weight gain, cold intolerance, depression, dry skin and hair, constipation and menstrual irregularities. It is important to remember that even though you may have some symptoms of hypothyroid, it does not mean that you have low thyroid, and likewise, treating hypothyroidism, will not correct problems that are not related to your thyroid. (If you are gaining weight because you eat fast foods, you can't blame weight gain on your thyroid!) Your pituitary gland at the base of your brain monitors how much thyroid hormone is in your blood stream. In response to low blood levels of thyroid hormone, your pituitary releases TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) to stimulate the thyroid to release more thyroid hormone. (Technically the hypothalamus releases TRH and the pituitary in response releases TSH, but that is overly complicating). When the thyroid is stimulated by TSH, it releases thyroid hormone into the bloodstream, and the pituitary output of TSH drops, so as to not cause too much thyroid hormone to be made. If your thyroid cannot produce enough hormone, the blood levels drop, and the pituitary makes more and more TSH to try to raise the blood level of thyroid hormone. Thus the TSH rises above normal levels, indicating hypothyroidism. Remember opposite...high TSH is low thyroid, and low TSH is high or overactive thyroid. TSH blood levels vary slightly from lab to lab and typically range from 0.5-4.5 or 5.5. There is some controversy about the upper number (indicating hypothyroid) If your TSH is above 3, you are probably early hypothyroid. If appropriate symptoms, you may consider treatment above 3, or at the least, you should have a repeat TSH in 6 months, and if higher than the previous result, them this would also indicate early hypothyroidism. If you are having troubles with your thyroid, or feel poorly despite being treated, yoyur doctor can check the actual circulating levels of thyroid hormones. There is T4 and T3 hormone, both can be tested, and occasionally may help the doctor adjust your therapy. There is something called central hypothyroidism, in which your pituitary does not function correctly, and does not release TSH, and cannot be a reliable indicator of thyroid blood levels. Normally when we treat hypothyroid, we use synthetic T4 hormone, commonly known as Synthroid. Remember I said you have T4 AND T3 hormone, but we only replace T4. The reason is, that your body has the ability to convert T4 into T3 in the quantity it requires. Some people do feel better when we give them Synthroid (T4) and T3 in a separate pill called Cytomel. We cannot however give just Cytomel (T3), because your body cannot convert T3 into T4. Another option is to use Armour Thyroid, which is dried animal thyroid, and contains both T3 and T4. The problem is that, Armour has much more T3 than humans need.
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Hormone and Weight Loss Mastery Guide + FAQ
 
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You can find more information about the program on this page: https://www.restartmed.com/hormone-mastery/
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Resistance to Hypothyroidism Medication and Adrenal Fatigue
 
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https://www.drlam.com/blog/resistance-to-hypothyroidism-medication-and-adrenal-fatigue/29283/ This is Dr. Lam, founder of drlam.com and the Adrenal Fatigue Center. A lot of people ask me while they’re on thyroid medication is why the dosage need to be adjusted after a little while. In another words, many people do experience the necessity to especially increase their thyroid medication for their hypothyroidism after they’ve been starting on the medication for some time. This can be three months, can be six months, can be a year, but over time they find that they need the ever-larger dose of thyroid medication in order to achieve the similar effect that they had when they first started. This is a very interesting question and it brings up the real underlying problem is that what is really going on in the thyroid gland? Now let’s take a look at physiology here. If you have a primary hypothyroidism, something’s wrong with the thyroid gland, it’s not making thyroid medication, then you give the body thyroid medication, you will feel brand new and you will feel significantly better. This is indeed the case for many reasons, whether you have primary or even secondary hypothyroidism, the fact that you put more thyroid medications into the body means that the body get increased metabolism and that leads to increase in energy, reduce in fatigue, reduce in constipation. And it’s a sense of well-being because it’s almost like you’re stepping on the gasoline pedal of the car, and the car is running a little faster. So you’re able to do more things during the day and less problematic. Now as this goes on, most patients who are on thyroid after initial adjustment will be quite satisfied. But they will find as time goes on their fatigue tend to return, the constipation tend to get worse. And they go see the doctor, laboratory tests are usually taken, and it could be normal but they are feeling not as good. So the doctor will invariably raise the thyroid medication a little bit. And then a few months later another little bit. Of course if the thyroid test is showing that it continue to be low then the doctor has more reasons to increase the dosage faster and stronger, and even including adding other types of hormones, including testosterone and other types of growth hormone, et cetera. But just on the thyroid alone, if the thyroid testing does not show any significant change but you still complain of being fatigued, then increasing thyroid dosage for you is quite common. The question is, why would that happen? And we have many reasons why to consider. First, there could be a resistance issue, meaning that the body is either getting used to it or it resists for the thyroid to actually get into the cell. There’s also a problem of conversion, for example, when thyroid medications need to be converted into different parts in order to work in the cells, and if there is a defect in this conversion then the body will not be able to get the thyroid that it needs. Number three, there could be also binding issues in the sense that thyroid medication could be bounded to certain proteins such as thyroid-binding globulins and then when it is binded it is not available to the cells. On top of that the body could be getting used to it. There could be receptor site issues, or simply adopt the body deteriorate with time. And so there are many, many factors that could cause this type of issue. The question is, how do you know which one is which? The laboratory test is usually not very good, is not sensitive enough to really be able to tell us in great detail which part of the mechanism may not be working well. So it really all comes down to detailed history, checking with your doctor on an ongoing basis, and asking the right questions. It is obvious that if you have to keep upping the dose eventually some people will get into trouble. Symptoms such as wired and tired are quite frequent, and that is an indication that thyroid medication may have reached a maximum, and you have to question whether this is even the right thing to do at that point in time. There are many, many possibilities, and we cannot cover them all here. But the important thing to understand is that if it is not converting, or your body needs more, there is a reason. The reasons are many including one which is often overlooked, which is adrenal fatigue. And so, see your doctor. Make sure you discuss these issues. And if there are no answers for you then look outside the box and look into talking to a adrenal fatigue literate doctor for more explanation, and to explore. The body reacts logically. If it is not working well there is a reason. So I encourage you to pursue that as the way to understand the root problem. And the only by solving the root problem will you get to recover from your illness on a long-term basis. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/drlamcoaching PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/drlam/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Dr_Lam
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Missing T3?
 
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“Are you still suffering with symptoms of underactive thyroid problems, even though you’ve been taking hormones and receiving “Normal” lab results?” The Valley Thyroid Institute is offering a Revolutionary New Thyroid Protocol approach that goes to the source of your thyroid problem with Advanced Lab Measurements and Comprehensive Functional Approach! Learn More @ http://www.valleythyroidinstitute.com
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The Top 5 Myths About Natural Desiccated Thyroid
 
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Have you been hearing this, that and the other thing about natural desiccated thyroid (NDT)? Well, today I want to talk to you about some of the biggest myths surrounding this form of treatment. Have you heard that you cannot take it if you have Hashimoto’s? Well, this article is for you! Please enjoy this article while I discuss these controversies, and much more, today. Let’s Talk About NDT First, we should take a moment and define what NDT is all about. I want to really break it down, so let’s go word-by-word so that you can have a clear and total understanding of what NDT is built upon and how it is created: Natural – means that it is from a natural source. In prescription medications, that will typically come from pig thyroid (also known as porcine thyroid). Desiccated – this means something that had its moisture removed, like desiccated coconut. Thyroid – it’s thyroid hormone! One of the things I want to start off with is that sometimes people think of NDT as Armour. While Armour is the brand name, NDT is the compound. It’s kind of like how Kleenex makes facial tissues, but there are plenty of facial tissue companies out there – Kleenex is not the only one making it, and when it comes to NDT Armour is not the only option. Personally, I prefer WP Thyroid as NDT for treatment. Now that we have a solid understanding of what goes into NDT, let’s break down the myths: #1: NDT is not okay for those with Hashimoto’s disease The argument goes something like this: somehow, ingesting thyroid will raise your thyroid antibodies against your “original” thyroid. That would obviously not be ideal for those who are dealing with Hashimoto’s. In fact, I have actually heard doctors tell people that they cannot take NDT at all and that it can even worsen your immune state. I do not want to jump to conclusions about what is true and what is a myth without unpacking the myth itself because then we can approach it logically. Let’s think about it: people who take thyroid do so because they have hypothyroidism (where their gland simply is not making enough hormone for their body). Those who have hypothyroidism, almost universally, have Hashimoto’s disease. Read More Here!: http://drchristianson.com/the-top-5-myths-about-natural-desiccated-thyroid/
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Health Tips - Heal The Thyroid With Coconut Oil Fast!
 
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Heal The Thyroid With Coconut Oil Fast! Please SUBSCRIBE : http://bit.ly/2e9Su11 Thyroid issues affect millions of people, and lead to weight gain or loss, constipation, fatigue, joint pain, libido loss, headaches, dizziness, ear ringing, hair loss, brittle nails, fatigue, cold sensitivity, insomnia, dry skin, cold feet and hands, infections, hoarse voice, and more. Studies have shown that even 65% of the American population is overweight, and 27% of these people are obese. Yet, these facts are alarming as they are directly related to the problems with the thyroid, as especially in women with hypothyroid disorders. Coconut oil is saturated fat, meaning that it is stable and does not experience damage due to oxidation stress. Namely, this healthy oil prevents the conversion and processing of T3 and T4 hormones, needs no enzyme stress, and it does not need to be broken down with enzymes. The liver experiences the oxidation damage and damage from rancid oils, conversions from T4 to T3, the elimination of long chain fats and the switch from medium chain fats (of coconut) can rebuild cell membranes and produce more enzymes. Therefore, researchers recommend the intake of more polyunsaturated fats such as coconut oil, as it has been found to be extremely beneficial in the treatment of thyroid issues. This has also been confirmed in the cases of Donna and Sharon, who experienced the same problems. Yet, Sharon started using this oil in September 2002, and it completely altered her life. She gained weight but her health was significantly improved. She had do take Cytomel and Synthroid to treat her hypothyroid disorder, but the results were not improved. Therefore, she combined the intake of coconut oil with the elimination of trans fat, sugar, soy, and she occasionally cleansed her body. When she stopped using the medication, as her doctor recommended, she became more energetic, and she could not sleep as long as previously. She gained weight only during the first three weeks, and then it went down. Yet, when she wanted to remove coconut oil from her diet as soon as she was much better, she experienced fatigue. Sharon, on the other hand, reported that she was sluggish, her metabolism was slow, and she gained weight, even if she was starving for 5 days. Yet, after she introduced coconut oil into her diet, her body fat melted, her health improved, and she lost 20 pounds. Therefore, we give you several tips to nourish the thyroid and maintain its optimal function: • Consume healthy oils such as coconut and olive oil, butter • Reduce the exposure to fluoride and mercury • Exercise regularly • Avoid salad dressings high in salt, and prepare your own at home • Consume iodine-rich foods such as kelp, black seaweed, coldwater fish, kombu • Take supplements: vitamin C, B, and E, zinc, selenium ======================================= thyroid gland ,thyroid cancer ,thyroid ,thyroid symptoms ,thyroid stimulating hormone ,thyroid function test ,thyroid disease ,thyroid diet ,thyroid medication ,thyroid hormone ,thyroid symptoms in women ,thyroid storm ,thyroid treatment ,thyroid nodules ,thyroid cancer symptoms ,symptoms of thyroid ,symptoms of thyroid cancer ,symptoms of thyroid problems ,thyroid problems ,thyroid problem symptoms ,thyroid levels ,thyroiditis ,thyroid function ,thyroid issues ,coconut oil ,hypothyroidism ,Heal The Thyroid With Coconut Oil Fast https://youtu.be/wwhdF9C_eyE Please SUBSCRIBE : http://bit.ly/2e9Su11
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Which Patients Prefer L-T3 + L-T4 Combination Treatment?
 
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Hypothyroid Patients Encoding Combined MCT10 and DIO2 Gene Polymorphisms May Prefer L-T3 + L-T4 Combination Treatment – Data Using a Blind, Randomized, Clinical Study. Eur Thyroid J. 2017 Apr 24;:1–9. Read more: https://www.karger.com/Article/Abstract/469709 Text to speech: http://ttsreader.com/
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Buy 5 mcg Cytomel powder for bodybuilding weigh loss dosage
 
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AAsraw is a manufacturer with massive production ability to synthesis and customize Cytomel (T3) powder CAS 55-06-1. All of our powder is produced under CGMP condition which is pharmaceutical grade. https://www.aasraw.com/products/cytomelt3/ 1.Cytomel(T3) powder video 2.Cytomel(T3) powder Characters: Name: Cytomel(T3) powder CAS: 55-06-1 Molecular Formula: C15H11I3NNaO4 Molecular Weight: 672.96 Melt Point: 205°C Storage Temp: 2-8°C Color: White or off-white powder 3.Cytomel(T3) powder (CAS 55-06-1) usage: Take Cytomel once a day, with or without food before taking is ok. To maximize the effect of Cytomel powder, it is best take T3 at the same time each day, so your thyroid hormone level is kept at constant level. Take Cytomel powder regularly to get the most benefit from it. Do not stop taking it without first talking with your doctor. Because thyroid replacement treatment is usually taken for life. Certain medications can decrease the absorption of liothyronine. Examples include products that contain aluminum or magnesium, antacids, sucralfate, calcium supplements, iron, bile acid-binding resins (such as cholestyramine, colestipol, colesevelam), simethicone, sevelamer, sodium polystyrene sulfonate, among others. If you take any of these medications, take them at least 4 hours before or after Cytomel. If you take lanthanum, take it at least 2 hours before or after Cytomel powder. 4.How Does Cytomel powder Work? Liothyronine is a synthetic form of triiodothyronine (T3), a thyroid hormone used to treat hypothyroidism and myxedema coma. It is marketed as the sodium salt under the brand name Cytomel. AAsraw supplier high purity Cytomel powder. Liothyronine is one of the thyroid hormones produced by the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland produces and releases two hormones: liothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4). Thyroxine is converted to liothyronine in other areas of the body. Liothyronine is the more active hormone in the body. It is responsible for maintaining a normal rate of metabolism for the whole body. When the thyroid gland is unable to produce normal amounts of liothyronine and thyroxine, the blood levels of these thyroid hormones decrease (this is known as an underactive thyroid gland or hypothyroidism). Extremely low levels of thyroid hormones can result in a condition known as myxoedema. Myxoedema can involve many symptoms such as hair loss and blood disorders. In extreme cases this condition may result in psychosis or coma. Liothyronine is given when thyroid homrones fall very low and rapid replacement is needed. Liothyronine does not have to be converted from thyroxine and can therefore act quickly (within a few hours). Liothyronine is given to rapidly replace the liothyronine that would normally have been produced by the thyroid gland. It doesn't stimulate the thyroid gland to produce greater amounts of thyroid hormones; it simply acts to quickly return the blood levels of liothyronine to normal levels. 5.Cytomel powder (CAS 55-06-1) For Weight Loss Why some people eat a lot but never get fat, why some people can easily get fat? Well, this is has to do with thyroid hormone. Thyroid control human body metabolism and helps set your basal metabolic rate. When your thyroid hormone is high, your metabolic rate is high, so the fat burn fast. When you have low throid hormone, what you eat can not digest fast, so the fat will stay in your body, so you will get weight easily. Low thyroid hormone = weight gain (this is one of the primary symptoms of Hypothyroidism) 6.Cytomel powder for bodybuilding In the bodybuilding circles, Cytomel is used mainly as a fat loss drug. The thyroid hormones are referred to as metabolic regulators of body. High level T3 speeds up the overall metabolism of the person, thereby allowing him or her to burn more of calories and to use the calories more sufficiently. 7.Cytomel powder (CAS 55-06-1) Dosage in weight loss and bodybuilding area. For people who want to use Cytomel powder to build muscle and loss fat, the recommend dosage is 25-50mcg per day. Most of male body builder and athletes tends to take 75-100mcg a day. But to take such high dosage, they need to take 50mcg dose for a several time. Once tolerance is assessed after remaining at a 50mcg dose for a day or two, then they can take additional 25mcg every day. 8.What are the most common side effects of cytomel powder ? Temporary hair loss Mild nausea 9.How long does it take for t3 to get out of your system? All of the drug will have passed out through the urine within 24 hours 10.For more information, please contact with me aas24@aasraw.com www.aasraw.com
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Leptin Resistance and Thyroid Resistance - 8 Steps to Reverse Both
 
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This video will guide you through how to diagnose and treat both Leptin Resistance and Thyroid Resistance. Both of these conditions go hand in hand so its helpful to look for both if you suspect you have one or the other. Symptoms of Leptin resistance: - Weight loss resistance or the inability to lose weight - Ravenous appetite even after a large meal - Slow metabolism - Cold hands/feet/extremities - Crushing fatigue - Symptoms of hypothyroidism despite being on medication - Constant weight gain Thyroid resistance is defined as low free T3 relative to Reverse T3. In order to test for this condition you need to order both tests and look at the ratio between the two. The higher your reverse T3 the harder it is for free T3 to get into your cells which leads to thyroid hormone resistance at the cellular level. Treatment usually requires T3 medication in conjunction with the 8 tips below. 8 Steps to Reverse Leptin Resistance and Thyroid Resistance: 1. Get your thyroid evaluated and get on the right type and dose of thyroid medication - For most patients this means NDT or T3 containing medications like Cytomel or Liothyronine. 2. Add in HIIT (high intensity interval training) to your work outs - This type of burst training helps sensitize your cells to insulin and leptin. 3. Avoid processed and inflammatory foods - High levels of inflammation makes thyroid function worse and makes it more difficult to reverse leptin resistance. 4. Make sure to get 7-8 hours of sleep per night 5. Eliminate or drastically reduce your fructose consumption - Fructose is metabolized into uric acid in the liver and which increases inflammation and makes leptin levels worse. 6. Do not restrict your calories - Starvation mode lowers your basal metabolic rate and increases conversion of T4 to reverse T3. 7. Optimize T4 to T3 conversion - Use supplements or thyroid hormones: - Zinc: http://amzn.to/2aQF0pl - Selenium: http://amzn.to/2bffBKU 8. If necessary use medications to lower Leptin levels - Consider using GLP-1 agonists which can help lower leptin levels and help patients with weight loss. If you enjoyed this video please subscribe for more updates and leave any questions or comments below! More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: http://www.restartmed.com/leptin-resistance-thyroid-resistance/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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My Hypothyroid Diary, Video 43 - My T3 has arrived
 
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Wow after only 5 days my T3 is here, fingers crossed it all goes well.
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Thyroid t4 and t3
 
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Thyroid t4 and t3
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Why TSH is so low on NDT or T3 containing medicine?
 
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Why TSH is so low when a person takes medicine/supplement containing T3 thyroid hormone? Is a person hyperthyroid when TSH is "below the norm?" "Among T3, rT3, and T4, T3 was the most potent and rT3 was the least potent. The relative potency of T3:T4:rT3 appeared to be approximately 100:12:1" http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/105890
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Byetta Weight Loss - 42 pounds over 3 months with NDT + T3 + Byetta with Before/After pictures
 
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Do you have hypothyroidism and insulin resistance? This case study is from my practice and in this video I walk you through a patient who was able to lose 42 pounds over three months using Byetta, Natural desiccated thyroid and T3 containing medication. The problem with weight loss is that most patients approach it all wrong. They believe that eating less and exercising more will lead to long lasting weight loss and it just isn't true. Instead patients and Doctors should be focusing on hormone imbalances that lead to weight loss resistance. The top three most common hormone imbalances that lead to weight loss resistance include: 1. Thyroid resistance 2. Insulin resistance 3. Leptin resistance Many patients do know that they have hypothyroidism but many miss out that they have both insulin and leptin resistance, and that's why I made this case study. The unfortunate part is that certain medications like the GLP-1 agonists can help reverse insulin and leptin resistance. These medications are primarily used for type II diabetes but a subgroup of obese, non diabetic women (with high leptin levels) respond very well to this medication and can lose a significant amount of weight. In this case study I also show you what it takes in terms of diet, exercise, medications, hormones and supplements to help hypothyroid patients with insulin resistance lose 40 pounds. More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/thyroid-weight-loss/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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The Complete Guide to using Naturethroid: Dosing + Weight loss & More
 
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Naturethroid is a form of natural desiccated thyroid which means it contains both T4 + T3 thyroid hormones. Many patients report a reduction in hypothyroid symptoms plus weight loss when switching from T4 only medications like levothyroxine and synthroid over to NDT like naturethroid. In this video I am going to go over the complete guide to using naturethroid including: + Why naturethroid is better than levothyroxine + Who should consider switching to naturethroid + How to correctly switch from your current thyroid medication over to naturethroid + How naturethroid may help you with weight loss + How to get naturethroid + What to do if naturethroid isn't working for you + Why you should use caution in using this medication if you have Hashimoto's + How to deal with heart palpitations when switching to this medication + Naturethroid vs armour thyroid And more... Leave any comments you have below or check out the full post on my site and leave a comment there. More information in the video and the full blog post can be found here: https://www.restartmed.com/naturethroid/ You can read more on my website here: https://www.restartmed.com/ This video is not intended to be used as medical advice. If you have questions about your health please consult your physician or primary care provider. Dr. Westin Childs goes to great lengths to produce high quality content but this is NOT a substitute for medical care.
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Don't Always Believe Your Thyroid Labs: Part 2
 
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FREE 15min Consultation: http://eastwesthealing.com/get-start-with-a-private-consultation Download your FREE 7-part audio series on How to Heal Your Adrenals and Metabolism With Food - http://eastwesthealing.com/restoration-thyroid-audio-series Thyroid hormone resistance, underconversion to T3, overconversion to T3, and other metabolic factors drive hypothyroidism symptoms. We can’t always just look at our labs and think “its a thyroid problem because most of the time it is not. Stress can not only cause signs of hypothyroidism but it will also impair the liver’s ability to detoxify reverse T3, endotoxins and estrogen. Cortisol will also suppress TSH production resulting in low thyroid function. Immune system activation, high adrenaline, excess free radicals, aging, fasting, stress, prolonged illness, and diabetes will also cause hypothyroid symptoms. Cortisol produced during stress by the adrenal gland can also inhibit TSH production further throwing off the accuracy of the test. If the TSH is elevated, the traditional physician will prescribe synthetic T4 and this will usually reduce TSH into the “normal” range. This approach does not take into account peripheral thyroid hormone conversion or receptor binding….and don’t forget that high or low cortisol, cause by any chronic stress will cause hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia…and either one of those from not eating the right foods in the right frequencies is a stress in itself! Blood sugar imbalances cause hypothyroid symptoms. The most significant indirect effect the adrenals have on thyroid function is via their influence on blood sugar. High or low cortisol – caused by any of the chronic stressors will cause hypoglycemica, which leads to hypothyroid symptoms. Adrenal stress disrupts the H-P-A axis. Adrenal stress will cause a weakened immune system. Adrenal issues will cause thyroid resistance. How to we balance this? Not with supplements! If adrenal stress leads to hypoglycemia, as a compensation, which leads to hypothyroid issues…then we just need to regulate our blood sugar to take the burden off the adrenals, which will up regulate the H-P-A axis and thyroid health. Metabolic foods, food frequency, balancing grams, ratios and calories based on our own individual metabolic needs. Which means this requires work! Not template, meal plans, etc, WORK! ================================================ Click Below To SUBSCRIBE for more Videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=joshrubineastwest ================================================ Facebook: @eastwesthealing Twitter: @eastwesthealing IG: @realfoodgangstas =====================================================
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