The thyroid gland, located in the neck under the Adam’s apple, produces a primary hormone; thyroxine. This hormone is converted to the more active T3, which stimulates every one of the cells in your body. Nearly every system and function depends on receiving adequate amounts of this hormone. Consequently, insufficient thyroxine (hypothyroidism) can trigger many symptoms. Whilst an inadequate thyroid gland can be inherited, nutrient deficiencies such as iodine, zinc, copper, iron, selenium and tyrosine will also cause the thyroid to under function. Excess cortisol levels from chronic stress will also block conversion of thyroxine to the active T3. Specific foods, supplements and bioresonance therapy may enhance and support thyroid function.
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