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Low Thyroid Hormones

by Jeannette

My question is not about fertility. I am 52 now and my thyroid and other hormones have been very low for several years now. I was wondering if the FertiliTea mix is one that would help someone like me. I received hormone treatment for over a year without any signs of improvement so I decided to discontinue the therapy. It has been over two years since and of course things have not changed.

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The Thyroid Diet
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

I do not think that FertiliTea would be the most suited solution for your case. Since fertility is not an issue and you are 52, I would recommend learning about the thyroid diet. This can really make a huge difference in your life.

If you would like to know more about thyroid dysfunction and diet, The Natural Thyroid Diet is a great ebook for thyroid health.

The foods that you eat can be affecting the functioning of your thyroid gland. By learning what food you should eat and which one you should avoid in order to balance and support your thyroid gland you will feel better and get pregnant! It is quite simple, if you know how to do it.

The natural thyroid diet is an easy to follow program developed by Louise O'Connor, a leading high profile Naturopath from Australia that is considered an authority on natural thyroid health. Reading these information can change your life by giving you vibrant health and energy.

Natural Thyroid Treatment:

Herbal remedies can be very effective in treating thyroid problems especially when used in conjunction with a healthy diet that supports thyroid function. Learn more about
Thyroid Soothe
.

Female Hormone Balancing At Menopause:

If you are experiencing hormonal issues as a result of menopause and have low estrogen and progesterone, a good herb is Black cohosh. It helps balance the hormones and also treat hot flashes naturally. The remedy Mellopause can really help in this case.

All The Best!









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