Why is it possible to have normal thyroid test results when you have all the symptoms of low thyroid function?
"Normal" blood tests don't always tell the whole story when it comes to hypothyroidism.
It’s important to remember that chronic problems such as adrenal fatigue or hypothyroidism are often the result of years of stress on your endocrine system.
Are you on antidepressants when the real problem is your thyroid gland? Find out why doctors often misdiagnose this common type of hypothyroidism and how it can easily be treated.
These 2 FREE audios (MP3) are from a recent lecture presented by Dr. Marcantel.
Hormone imbalances can cause problems for men just as they do for women.
Dr. Tina Marcantel discusses the importance of considering both laboratory test results AND symptoms in the treatment of Hashimoto's thyroiditis.
Hashimoto's thyroiditis can lead to an under active thyroid (hypothyroidism). In this video from a series on her book, Imagine: A Whole Different Kind of Medical Care, Dr. Tina Marcantel discusses the identification and treatment of the disease.
Did you know that feeling cold most of the time can be a symptom of an under active thyroid? Learn more about it in our new book in the chapter titled, "Hypothyroidism: Often Overlooked and Under-Diagnosed."
Hormone imbalances can occur in people of all ages. Learn how this young woman's life changed with a proper diagnosis and treatment.