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Restore Your Thyroid By Lowering Your Reverse T3

Reverse T3- What You Need to Know about High Reverse T3 and Thyroid disease If you have have hypothyroidism something you need to be aquatinted with when it comes to your health, is your reverse T3 levels. High levels of reverse T3 is a sign your thyroid is in trouble. In today article and video… Continue reading Restore Your Thyroid By Lowering Your Reverse T3

Low T3 Explained. What You Should Know About this Thyroid Hormone

Getting Your T3 and Free T3 Thyroid Hormone levels Checked Triiodothyronine, or T3, is a hormone that the thyroid gland produces. A T3 blood test can help a doctor diagnose thyroid conditions. While this test is ofter overlooked, in the future more and more doctor will be testing for low T3 levels and trying to… Continue reading Low T3 Explained. What You Should Know About this Thyroid Hormone

4 Step Protocol For Healing A Leaky Gut and Eliminating Parasites

Dr. Hagmeyer explains in detail  the who what where when and why of the 4 steps in leaky gut protocol.  If you have been struggling for years with gut problems The 4 Step Leaky Gut Protocol is a great place to start. We recommend that you work through this protocol with a doctor certified in… Continue reading 4 Step Protocol For Healing A Leaky Gut and Eliminating Parasites

How SIBO Contributes to Hypothyroidism

Reduced intestinal motility is one of the risk factors for development of a Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO). Hypothyroidism is associated with altered GI motility. How Hypothyroidism And SIBO Are Connected If you are a patient who has been diagnosed with hypothyroidism you may also suffer with constipation. But, did you know that constipation may promote… Continue reading How SIBO Contributes to Hypothyroidism

Thyroid Medications Stopped Working?- Heres 10 Reasons Why Your Thyroid Medication Has Stopped Working

Video transcript Do you take thyroid medications like Synthroid, Levothyroxine, Cytomel Armour and no matter what changes your doctor makes to the dosage, you still struggle with thyroid symptoms? Does it feel like your Thyroid medication has stopped working? If you answered YES to either of these questions, stay tuned…. this video is specifically for you!… Continue reading Thyroid Medications Stopped Working?- Heres 10 Reasons Why Your Thyroid Medication Has Stopped Working

Histamine Intolerance Gut Health and SIBO- Another Piece Of The Puzzle

Video transcript Histamine intolerance and gut health 2020 One of the root cause of histamine intolerance/MCAS can often be traced back to problems in the gut. These problems include SIBO, SIFO, gut dysbiosis, low Secretory IgA, a food sensitivity or intolerance or food allergies. Ignoring gut health when you have histamine intolerance/MCAS is a sure… Continue reading Histamine Intolerance Gut Health and SIBO- Another Piece Of The Puzzle

10 Of The Most Common Gut and Intestinal Problems Seen In Patients with Thyroid and Hashimoto’s Autoimmune Disease

Gut problems and intestinal problems are common issues for people with thyroid disease including Hashimotos and Graves Disease. This article reviews the “10 Most Common  Gut and intestinal Problems Seen In Patients with Hashimotos and Graves Disease“. In the 20 plus years, I have been practicing and working with patients with Thyroid problems, these are the… Continue reading 10 Of The Most Common Gut and Intestinal Problems Seen In Patients with Thyroid and Hashimoto’s Autoimmune Disease

Dr Hagmeyer Patient Review – Treatment of Ulcerative Collitis (Ulcers)

Ulcerative colitis is a chronic, or long-lasting, disease that causes inflammation and sores, called ulcers, in the inner lining of the large intestine, which includes the colon and the rectum – the end part of the colon.  UC is one of the two main forms of chronic inflammatory disease of the gastrointestinal tract, called inflammatory… Continue reading Dr Hagmeyer Patient Review – Treatment of Ulcerative Collitis (Ulcers)

Thyroid and Hives. Are They Connected? Dr. Hagmeyer Discuss the Connection.

Hives and Hashimotos

Hives are characterized by blotchy, raised welts on the skin that appear pink or red and feel extremely itchy. Acute hives can come on very suddenly, and usually occur when an individual has an allergic reaction to something in their immediate environment. Some examples include food allergies, medication, insect bites, pollen, animals, latex, sun exposure,… Continue reading Thyroid and Hives. Are They Connected? Dr. Hagmeyer Discuss the Connection.

6 Red Flags Your IBS Might Be Caused By SIBO