"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 is a fantastic book. I have Hashimoto's and it gave me a better insight to my disease.Published 4 days ago by XT Madre
Got all the info I needed to talk intelligently with my doctor and know what was right for my body.Published 23 days ago by AnneN
Other where I work are asking me about what this book have to say about thyroid power. They have to buy there own, because the book explain it better than me.Published 6 months ago by juanita from the Bronx
There are a few sections of a few chapters that had some useful info. Was not as helpful as I would have thought based on others reviews.Published 6 months ago by Martha , South Carolina
Very disappointed in the content of this book.
Not alot of information just references to other books/authors.
Not worth the $9 I spent.
Very informative for thyroid patients. Book is rather old however the physiology review is very helpful in understanding of how it all works.Published 8 months ago by mary g bell