It's More Than Your Thyroid!
According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) 27 million suffer from a thyroid condition and 50% are undiagnosed. 90% of women over 40 suffer from subclinical hypothyroid.
Are you suffering?
- Have you gained weight and are unable to lose it without going to extremes?
- Is your hair brittle, skin flaky and nails flimsy?
- Is your hair falling out?
- Are you constantly cold?
- Do you have regular joint pain?
- Regular headaches?
- Is it difficult to get consistent sleep?
- Are you aging prematurely?
- Do you have constant mood swings and irritability?
- Are you depressed?
- Trouble concentrating?
- High Blood Pressure and cholesterol? How does it affect your life?
- Is it affecting your relationship with your partner?
- Is it decreasing your ability to do the things you love to do?
- Are you unable to be kind to other people and are you isolating yourself from others?
- Is your performance at your job suffering leading to less compensation or advancement and lowered self-esteem?
- Do you feel less effective as a mother?
- Are you afraid that you may never find an answer?
- Afraid of being put on medication for the rest of your life or worse, needing surgery?
How does it make you feel?
- Like nobody understands you?
Are you ready to make a change?
- Why do most women continue to suffer, yet run in circles taking the wrong test, and put on multiple medications that only treat the symptoms.
- The latest research in thyroid, autoimmune, and inflammatory disease!
- Why you have never heard what the correct tests are!
- Why your inability to lose weight may not be your fault!
- The connection between weight loss, toxins, and hormone dysregulation.
- What do chronic symptoms like weight gain, IBS, Infertility, headaches, and fatigue have in common?
- The answers might shock you!
- It's not in your head.
- You're not just getting old.
- It is not your genes (There may be a genetic component triggered by certain things. We address that naturally. More on this at the seminar.)
- It might be your Thyroid and the causes might surprise you.