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Feeling Cold? (Pt2):
A Second Way Thyroid Labs Can Mislead

by | Nov 25, 2017 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

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udy Dragone, RPh is a compounding pharmacist in Phoenix, AZ. He’s the owner of Clark’s Pharmacy.

In this snippet of an interview with David Brownstein, MD he describes the problems inherent in not only thyroid testing, but all forms of medical testing.

The thyroid is a “sentinel organ.” That means it’s sensitive to changes in the outer and inner environments. Thyroid function is particularly impaired by a high toxic body burden or a history of extreme dieting. The main sign of that is that we tend to be cold, in fact some authorities insist that measuring body temperature is a much better way of assessing thyroid function than TSH.

This segment is gratefully excerpted from 2014’s Thyroid Summit.

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