Everything You Need to Know About your Thyroid | Dr. Olivia Joseph

You asked for all things thyroid, we give you all things thyroid.

In this week’s vodcast, Matt and I interviewed thyroid expert Dr. Olivia Joseph and asked several of the most common thyroid questions we hear in our community. 

When you watch this video, you’ll learn:

👉 The comprehensive list of thyroid symptoms that you should watch out for

👉 Why some conventional doctors are against getting full thyroid panel tests (some even react too harshly)

👉 How thyroid is linked to so many systems in the body, including the brain and the gut

👉 The differences between TSH levels, T4, and T3 tests and why you need all three

👉 Why autoimmune disease of the thyroid is so common, including Hashimoto’s, hypothyroidism, and hyperthyroidism

👉 Why testing is extremely crucial for thyroid and which one you should get

👉 The first steps you can take to get your thyroid functioning better again—all natural

👉 The mineral that can add that much-needed security system for your thyroid

👉 The causes and cure for thyroid nodules and goiters (and why you need to be careful with iodine)

👉 Why women are more prone to thyroid issues

👉 The truth about thyroid problems in men

👉 Is it okay to take thyroid meds and should you come off it

And so much more. 

I’m sure you’ll pick up so much information from this video. Don’t forget to share with your loved ones!

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