Iodine is critical during pregnancy as adequate intake is essential for the synthesis of maternal thyroid hormones. The thyroid hormones produced … [Read more...] about WHY Iodine Is Critical During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
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Iodine deficiency in Australia has re-emerged as a public health issue with research showing those at greatest risk are women and children. Ensuring … [Read more...] about Iodine Deficiency in Australia. Are You At Risk?
If you're feeling grouchy, anxious, and just not your normal happy self there could be a reason. You may be surprised to learn your thyroid health … [Read more...] about Is Life An Emotional Roller Coaster? WHY Thyroid Health Affects Mood
Cigarette smoking is one of the leading causes of preventable illness. What's more, there is clear cut evidence smoking damages the thyroid. Studies … [Read more...] about Smoking Damages The Thyroid: Quit Smoking For Thyroid Sake
You may already know your thyroid hormones regulate your body temperature at a basic cell level. It's why one of the key symptoms of hypothyroidism is … [Read more...] about What Can Basal Temperature Testing Tell You About Your Thyroid Health?
Fluoride, chlorine, perchlorate, bromine, and iodine are closely related and all belong to a family of chemicals called halides. Apart from iodine … [Read more...] about Fluoride and Your Thyroid Health: Cause For Concern?
Unrelenting stress causes adrenal fatigue which is associated with physical, and mental exhaustion. And YES! Adrenal fatigue is real. The #1 symptom … [Read more...] about What Are The Common Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue?
You may already be familiar with the benefits of yoga. The regular practice of yoga is a popular form of exercise to improve all aspects of your … [Read more...] about Could Regular Yoga Practice Aid Thyroid Health?
One in eight women will develop a thyroid disorder during her lifetime. But despite the high prevalence thyroid problems in women are often … [Read more...] about WHY Low Thyroid Problems In Women Often Go Undiagnosed