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Low thyroid symptoms with normal lab results: what four decades of science says about the value of testing TSH and T4, recognizing cellular hypothyroidism and treatment options

Undertake any search of ‘consequences of hypothyroidism’ and you will reliably receive a laundry list of the usual symptoms; fatigue, brain fog, low mood, constipation, sensitivity to the cold, reduced hair growth and general malaise. However, the impact of hypothyroidism in the human body cannot
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Ketogenic Diet FAQs

Ketosis is an alternative means of fueling the body and one where ketones act as the primary fuel for the central nervous system (your brain). The switch to this alternative fueling state occurs when carbohydrate availability drops and fats remain plentiful; this is important because

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Zinc is Great, Unless it’s Not: Benefits, Side Effects and Personalization

[et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ _builder_version=”3.22.7″][et_pb_row _builder_version=”3.22.7″][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”3.22.7″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.22.7″]Interest in zinc has progressively built since the 90s, where it’s role in supporting immunity and enhancing hormonal status began to be recognized. Focus has increased gradually in this time to reach a fever pitch during the COVID-19 chaos,

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MCAS and Sleep: How Mast Cells Mediators can Drive Insomnia

Mast Cell Activation Syndrome is the label given to individuals who experience unexplained inflammatory events that are mediated by mast cells and affect several body systems at once. Accordingly, it is often summarized as constant allergy-type symptoms in the absence of an allergen. Histamine is

Saliva Testing: Is it as Reliable as Blood Tests?

Nutritional therapy has come a long way since the era of Abram Hoffer and Linus Pauling, counter-revolutionaries whose work countered establishment paradigms and stimulated change in across a large host of medical disciplines. Arguably, the driving force in developments has been the wider range of

COVID-19 Focus: Personalizing Immune Strategies, pt II

  Part One of this article touched on the available research done on the role of the immune system in fighting off coronavirus, an factor that has gone largely unexplored during the crisis. There have been enough articles on natural herbs and supplements to boost

COVID-19 Focus: Personalizing Immune Strategies, pt I

Coronaviruses have recently grabbed the attention of the public for obvious reasons. Such sub-types of viruses are not novel and have been largely unproblematic for humans, with the previous exceptions being a mutant strain that resulted in the outbreak of SARS in 2003 and another

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