Overweight,Tired, Depressed?

Maybe your thyroid is to blame.

Among my clients, a thyroid imbalance can often be the culprit responsible for unwanted weight gain, fatigue and depression. It’s not uncommon for my clients to present with blood test results which indicate that their Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) is within the normal range.

Therefore, any notion that the thyroid is out of balance is dismissed by their GP’s. However, there is now much evidence to support the notion of subclinical hypothryoidism. In other words, if your TSH blood tests show that you are on the lower end of the range, there’s a good chance that your thyroid may not be functioning as well as it could.

The thyroid is also significantly affected by stress and infection. Both of which can produce thyroid abnormalities. Women who experience PMS and peri-menopausal symptoms may also be suffering from thyroid imbalances. Interestingly, thyroid function fluctuates throughout the menstrual cycle. It’s generally, more sluggish in the premenstrual and menstrual phases and more efficient during the remainder of the cycle.

Balancing the thyroid through targeted supplementation has worked wonders for many of my clients. Not only for weight loss but also for increasing energy and alleviating feelings of depression.

If you feel the cold, experience fatigue, depression, weight gain, dry skin or a horse voice, it’s worth investigating a possible thyroid link, regardless of your TSH results.

Phone 8618 6872 today and get the body you deserve.


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