Classic (Type I) Hypothyroidism is a familial
(inherited) disorder that is known to affect about seven percent of the
American population.Caused by the
thyroid's failure to secrete adequate hormone levels, it is typically diagnosed
through blood tests.However, there is a
far more prevalent form of the disease (some say up to 50-80% of the
population) that cannot be detected with blood tests and is therefore ignored
by modern medicine.Is your healthy
future being stolen by your genes, your environment and by the ignorance and
arrogance of current medical dogma?
Type II Defined - Peripheral resistance to thyroid
hormones at cellular level.
-inability to convert thyroxine (T4) to T3 and other
Hypothalamus - Pituitary- Thyroid-
Mitochondrial Degradation - Mitochondrial
DNA is inherited solely from the mother.Faulty genetic expression has been preserved by modern medicine.One of the principle functions of thyroid
hormone is to increase the number and activity of mitochondria.When thyroid hormones are lacking, cellular
energy levels plummet, affecting virtually all aspects of metabolism.
Dr. Sonkin - Cellular energy declines impact the central
nervous system, heart and skeletal muscle, kidneys and hormone producing
tissues - in that order.
Diagnosis - Autopsy study 1992 - (Correct
diagnosis from medical history 76%, physical exam 12%, lab tests 11%)
Family history, myxedema, low basal temperature , low Basal Metabolic Rate, hair
loss, osteoporosis, flattening of nose and widening of nostrils, fatty deposits
over collarbones, hips and pubic bone, enlarged tongue, puffiness along jaw
line and around eyes, inability to sweat, sluggish reflexes, enlarged heart, immune
suppression, chronic infections, asthma and/or allergies, rheumatoid pain and
joint deformations, mental and growth disturbances, short neck, protruding
abdomen, delayed or precocious sexual development, menstrual problems, acne and
other skin problems, hoarseness, memory loss, and problems with speech and/or swallowing.
Treatment - Dessicated thyroid vs levothyroxine
- Adrenal deficiencies
- slow process, requires monitoring
Detoxification - Chemical toxins, heavy metals,
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