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Consequently, recommending supplements before looking

multiple reasons may cause low vitamin D levels. Consequently, recommending supplements before looking at overall health and other possible issues can be ineffective and counterproductive….

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If their serum level rose to an acceptable level

months, they’ll retest. If their serum level rose to an acceptable level, the doctor will adjust vitamin D intake so serum levels stay between 50…

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Therefore, addressing gut and digestive issues and modulating the immune system

such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and Grave’s disease also make the immune system work overtime, which depletes the body’s stores of vitamin D. Therefore, addressing gut…

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Functional Model The medical model recommends 400 International

physicians now recommend vitamin D testing as part of thyroid evaluation and care. Nonetheless, functional practitioners and doctors following the medical model may treat you…

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D insufficiency could link to or cause autoimmune thyroid disease

D insufficiency could link to or cause autoimmune thyroid disease. Brazilian researchers studied 54 Hashimoto’s patients, compared to 54 healthy controls. They also found vitamin…

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Clinical Studies Several 2014 studies presented at the annual meeting of the

Grave’s Disease. Clinical Studies Several 2014 studies presented at the annual meeting of the Thyroid Association are of special interest. Researchers from Nanjing, China evaluated…

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Once your body produces vitamin D or you take it as a supplement, it’s sent to the liver

Once your body produces vitamin D or you take it as a supplement, it’s sent to the liver. The liver transforms vitamin D into 25(OH)D…

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Vitamin D is well-known for its importance in managing calcium in the gut

Vitamin D is well-known for its importance in managing calcium in the gut, bones, and blood and disease resistance. However, many studies now show vitamin…

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Patients should not rely heavily on soy in their diet as it is goitrogenic

with the absorption of thyroid medication in hypothyroid patients. Patients should not rely heavily on soy in their diet as it is goitrogenic. ***** Eating…

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Unfortunately, there’s no simple answer to this questions since every patient differs

insufficient iodine intake”, and may not cause problems at all if consumed in reasonable amounts. How Much Can I Eat? Unfortunately, there’s no simple answer…

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