"Consider Thyroid Power a long, personal visit with a caring, prevention-oriented practitioner," state the authors. The journey begins with thyroid basics: how this little hormone-producing tissue operates, signs that things are amiss, how other illnesses compound the problem, and how to determine one's risk for hypothyroidism. Next, the Shameses discuss the labyrinth of diagnostic and treatment issues a patient must endure. Helpful and harmful supplements and environmental factors, repairing the immune system (the origin of thyroid troubles), and a rich, sensitive exploration of holistic healing nicely round out this valuable resource. A brief section titled "Show This to Your Doctor," penned by Richard, perfectly crystallizes the book and provides an effective tool for initiating a patient/physician dialogue. --Liane Thomas --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book is very thorough, yet easy as can be to understand.
Most doctors do not provide all the test needed to check your thyroid and this book helps you get a clear picture and ask the right questions to your doctor.
This book is directed and designed for the health consumer and it will help to empower them to demand the treatments they are entitled to receive.
There is no new information in this book that I haven't already found on google. Save yourself the money and do some google research.Published 1 month ago by Susan S. Neidig
This truly empowered me when asking questions from my Internist who is a bit skeptical of the low thyroid connection. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Liz Wray
Even if you are tested and told that you are fine...you know you're not. This book gives you the strategies to improve your health and energy levels.Published 3 months ago by Ever Learning
I learned many things reading this book to help enhance my overall health but following some of the tips and ideas these Doctors give you. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Elaine Checkley
This book provided me with very useful information. I was able to go to my endocrinologist armed with suggestions. Read morePublished 11 months ago by VIcki Sudhalter
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It added a lot to my knowledge about my low thyroid. I am going to talk to my doctor to change myPublished 12 months ago by tonia dewaele