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Potential thyroid depressors / inhibitors

  1. Spray residues on food from organic hydrocarbons and organophosphates. Essentially all commerically produced "non-organically grown" food may fall into this category.
  2. Elevated estrogen levels—often brought about by use of oral contraceptives (the ‘pill’), Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), obesity, other environment exposure to psudoestrogens etc. Also agricultural spray residues on food with resulting high copper levels and depressed zinc/B6 can be an issue.
  3. Chronic protein deficiency or sometimes a gross excess.
  4. Candida Albicans infestation - Candida can create extreme toxicity due to endotoxins which may be exhibited as gas, wind, abdominal distention, allergies, sneezing, heavy fatigue, 'leaky gut' syndrome, colitis.
  5. Iron deficiency or excess presence of inorganic iron, e.g. ferrous fumerate or sulphate often present in supplements. Adequate biological Iron may be obtained from beets and green leafy veggies.
  6. Stress and consequent low adrenal function. Distress causes excess cortisol which destroys tissues and vital body functions - including the thyroid.
  7. Elevated insulin, hyperinsulinism (very common) from excess refined sugar intake, white flour (doughnuts, pastry, refined breads etc)
  8. Dairy products (milk, cheese), tannins in tea.
  9. Low levels of hydrochloric acid (hypochlorhydria) due to zinc/B6 deficiency. Zinc/B6 deficiency is almost universal and is crucial to hundreds of vital metabolic functions.
  10. Excess mercury mainly from mercury amalgam fillings in tooth cavities. Excess cadmium (from cigarettes), fluoride and chlorine from water - these are all potent toxins and generally create serious metabolic disorders in addition to thyroid dysfunction.
  11. Viral infections; mumps, measles, flu, herpes, EBV, cytomegalovirus, HIV, Hepatitis (these viruses are opportunistic and tend to be present when the immune function is compromised from hypothyroidism, toxicity, deficiencies and poor nutritional choices).
  12. Excessive consumption of Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) causes atrophy of the Thyroid.
  13. Formic Acid damages the Thyroid. Formic acid is a metabolic product of Formaldehyde being broken down in the body. A common source of Formaldehyde is Methanol—which is a component of the artificial (and toxic) sweetener Aspartame and is a major reason why Aspartame is toxic and causing so many problems in those who consume it.
  14. Aluminium accumulates in the Thyroid. Aluminium is quite disruptive in the body and should be avoided. Among other things aluminium stimulates the production of Free Radicals and initiates the Cross-Linking process. The underlying toxic effect of undesirable Cross-Linking stems from the fact that the cross-linked molecule cannot assume the correct shape for proper functioning. Obviously this is not at all helpful to the thyroid.
  15. Excessive Fluoride has been shown to slow down Thyroid function which can lead to Hypothyroidism. Fluoride—a metal halide similar to iodine—takes the place of Iodine in the body and therefore can help lead to an iodine deficiency in the thyroid which may inhibit thyroid function.

Some possible solutions to reduce the above factors:

  1. I would suggest you seek the assistance of a Naturopathic doctor or a holistically
    / biologically oriented chiropractor, osteopath, MD or medically trained practitioner to help you eliminate from your body many of the various toxins mentioned in the above list.
  2. You might also like to consider completing the Candida Health Program with added TriToxSpray. This actually forms the first few weeks of our Thyroid & Hormone Regeneration Program and is intended to help the body eliminate any pathogenic organisms that may be present.
  3. For oestrogen dominance the use of a natural progesterone cream along with daily use of Thyrodine may be of great help. I would suggest doing this as part of the Thyroid & Hormone Regeneration Program (THRP)to get maximum results. Individual bottles of Thyrodine will made available to you once you have completed the THRP for ongoing use if you find it beneficial. Many customers report that they find it to be a great supplement for ongoing thyroid and endocrine support.
  4. Take natural anti-oxidants, such as rosemary, sage, ginger, ginkgo, milk thistle seed extract, bilberry, grape seed extract, pine bark extract, fresh turmeric.
  5. Take Chlorella or Barley Grass to support the body in eliminating toxins and supply concentrated nutrition..
  6. Adopt a Biogenic Nutritional program to supply your body with optimum regenerative nutrition. The InSpired Biogenic Health & Nutrition Guide is supplied for download with every health program sold.

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