Hypothyroidism May Not Be a Thyroid Problem

If hypothyroidism might not be a thyroid problem, then what’s the problem? Discover.



:08 Hashimotos 

:34 Solving the incorrect problem

1:21 Hypothyroidism

2:03 Oestrogen

2:18 Cruciferous vegetables 

4:12 Immune dysfunction 

5:02 Gut problems 

5:21 What you could do 

Are you aware that nearly all hypothyroid conditions aren’t actually a thyroid problem? 90% of hypothyroid the weather is Hashimoto’s. It is really an autoimmune condition. With this particular autoimmune condition, a thyroid problem has antibodies that attack itself. This really is immune disorder, not always a thyroid problem. But, it will modify the thyroid.

 This might be the reasons individuals with this problem never use whatever change—because they are treating the incorrect problem. Should you lookup hypothyroidism, you will find that the reason is low thyroid hormones. But what’s resulting in the low thyroid hormones? 

For those who have hypothyroidism that isn’t associated with Hashimoto’s, it may be secondary to another thing. 80% from the conversion of T4 to T3 happens with the liver. So, should there be something happening using the liver or even the gall bladder, it would mean that you are simply not obtaining the conversion of T4 to T3.

You might possess a situation where there’s an excessive amount of oestrogen in your body. Within this situation, the oestrogen can block a thyroid problem. 

Another data discusses consuming a lot of cruciferous vegetables being behind a thyroid problem. But, the studies about this are extremely sparse. You’d also need to have a considerable amount of cruciferous vegetables to deplete enough iodine to result in a weakness within the thyroid. There’s no data that states consuming cruciferous vegetables will get rid of the thyroid. 

If you are concerned about cruciferous vegetables creating a thyroid problem, you can steam them or ferment them. You might possess some ocean algae to assist switch the iodine that may potentially be depleted by cruciferous vegetables. But, cruciferous vegetables might help regulate oestrogen, and extremely, cruciferous vegetables benefit the human body. 

To assist with various thyrois issues, you might want to avoid: 

• Soy 

• Gluten

Hashimoto’s, becoming an autoimmune condition, usually involves some form of immune disorder. There are several interesting links between EBV and Hashimoto’s. There’s additionally a link between gut problems and Hashimoto’s.

A couple of steps you can take:

• Restore the gut (healthy keto and intermittent fasting)

• Selenium 

• Zinc

• Garlic 

• Lower stress

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Thank you for watching! I really hope this video can help you better understand hypothyroidism, what could be behind it, and how to proceed.

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