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Re: Wolf-Chaikoff effect???
 
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Published: 8 years ago
 
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Re: Wolf-Chaikoff effect???


The problem with thyroid tests are that they dont show the whole picture. Docs are in general not educated very well in endocrinology.

To this day, IMO the best write up about thyroid; http://www.violiendamast.nl/thyroid

Then the sunshine; yess! but, there is a but, as even if one get enough sunshine, some people seem to not utilize the vitamin. I have seen this over and over again, in my jobs close to the medical field. Collegues: coming from a sunny holiday, still test low on vit D..

For those who slash vit D supplements instead of sunshine, I recommend reading this article; another test that might not be as good as it looks.

"In plain English, here’s what this means: if you have low thyroid function, you might be experiencing vitamin D deficiency even if your blood levels of vitamin D are normal."
http://chriskresser.com/the-role-of-vitamin-d-deficiency-in-thyroid-disorders
 

 
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