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Re: Iodine without thyroid hormone?
 
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Re: Iodine without thyroid hormone?


I guess this will be OT..
Not very versed in the Iodine field yet (I know it's a real treasure) so apart from Iodine protocol, a possible bit of the puzzle could point towards B12 deficiencies and/or so-called MTHFR mutations (problems metabolizing normal B12 and folic acid). It is a huge ever evolving field that grows fast, but if you wanna dig deep, some googling ("hashimoto"/"autoimmune thyroid" + "mthfr" + "b12" + "methylation") could give you some answers or directions to further examine. MTHFR health issues are by and large managable with diet and supplementation.

"testimonials":

http://www.stopthethyroidmadness.com/2009/03/18/have-you-tested-your-b12/


http://forums.bettermedicine.com/showthread.php/88477-hashimoto-and-b12


General about methylation and health conditions affected:
http://www.mthfrsupport.com/


phil
 

 
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