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Other Hypothyroid causes? plz help
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desbot posted:
I found out I do not have Hashimoto's, so what could be causing my hypothyroid then? I was diagnosed 2 years ago. I've recently been tested for both antibodies and both came back negative. Should I be concerned about what's causing it to be low? I've tried searching for alternate causes but there is very little information I've been able to find. Are there cases where the cause is simply just unknown?

I take synthroid, my levels are in "range" but like most people I still have a ton of symptoms.
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colemaninc responded:
Could be anything really but the main thing I would say is vitamin deficiency.

We live in a toxic environment from what we use, consume and drink. The best way to combat this is flushing toxins out of your system with a detox regiment and exercise. Also make sure you are adding the proper amount of vitamins and nutrients to your diet.

Vitamin and nutrient deficiency is one of the main causes of this epidemic.[br>http://www.naturalendocrinesolutions.com/articles/5-vitamin-and-mineral-deficiencies-common-in-thyroid-conditions/

Moringa Oleifara derives from an all natural plant.[br>http://moringa4health.com/Moringa_-_Benefits.html

If you would like to try this today, you can visit my website at[br>http://colemaninc.myzija.com [br>Any questions you can contact me at coleman_inc@yahoo.com


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