Datis Kharrazian, DHSc, DC, MS, MNeuroSci, FAACP, DACBN, DIBAK, CNS is considered one of the leading experts in non-pharmaceutical applications to chronic illnesses, autoimmune disorders and complex neurological disorders. His first book Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms? When My Lab Tests Are Normal quickly became the best selling thyroid book, is listed the number one thyroid book on Amazon and provides profound insights into what is happening to our health.
Thyroid issues are much more than simply looking at TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) markers, it encompasses autoimmunity, gut response, blood sugar imbalances, anemia and so much more!
Dr. Kharrazian’s book is a must read for anyone who suffers from any of these symptoms:
- Weight Gain despite dieting or Difficulty gaining weight
- Morning Headaches
- Hair Loss
- Sensitivity to cold weather
- Muscle cramps while at rest
- Slow wound healing
- Itchy, dry skin
- Heart palpitations
- Inward trembling
- Nervousness & emotional distress
- Night sweats
Often thermography reports reveal abnormal thyroid heat patterns even though clients are on thyroid medications. So, what is going on? Since most insurance companies will only pay for one blood test which measure TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) levels, it is the only test performed, however, the thyroid is much more complicated than one single test. Looking at a full panel of thyroid blood tests including antibodies against the thyroid is very important. Particularly for anyone that is gluten sensitive since gluten has a similar molecular structure to the thyroid. Every time you eat gluten and your body responds with an allergic immune reaction, it responds against the thyroid as well causing damage to the thyroid too.
Dr. Kharrazian’s book helps to address thyroid issues and ways to get symptoms under control. He shares his clinical findings on how to address the thyroid and autoimmune conditions. Learn how diet and lifestyle changes can change your life and manage your condition.
To help you find a practitioner in your area that has studied Dr. Kharrazian’s work to address thyroid and autoimmune dysfunctions, visit http://www.thyroidconnections.com/ to find a practitioner near you.
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