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Sunday, October 11, 2015

HYPOTHYROIDISM

Desiccated thyroid can solve some infertility problems notes Mark Starr, MD

Desiccated thyroid can solve some infertility problems notes Mark Starr, MD in his book Hypothyroidism Type 2: The Epidemic.

"With few exceptions, the patients I have seen with fertility problems, suffered hypothyroidism," Dr. Starr writes in his book.

"Yet, modern texts continue to refute hypothyroidism as a major cause of infertility and miscarriages.

"Again, the main problem is that affected women and men usually have normal thyroid blood tests."

"In 1914, Dr. Hertoghe stated, 'We may assert that thyroid extract has proved in scores of cases an excellent remedy for otherwise inexplicable sterility.'

"Dr. Barnes’ chapter, 'Menstrual Disorders, Fertility Problems, and Avoiding Needless Surgery,' provided additional research and medical journal references supporting the efficacy of thyroid hormones in the treatment of infertility.

"A growing number of my patients have become pregnant after failing expensive and painful fertility treatments." Read the entire article | Email this article
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Thursday, February 24, 2011

THYROID & MITOCHONDRIA

Hypothyroidism reduces mitochondria; involved in congestive heart failure, Alzheimers, etc, Dr Starr

Hypothyroidism reduces the number and activity of mitochondria, the energy-producing cells, notes Mark Starr, MD, author of the wonderful book Hypothyroidism Type 2: The Epidemic.

Mitochondria make up one-third of the weight of the heart muscle, Dr. Starr notes in this short audio clip from a speech he gave in 2007 at an Orthomolecular Conference.

This appears to the connection as to how hypothyroidism can cause some forms of congestive heart failure where the heart muscle is too weak to pump enough blood to the rest of the body (cardiomyopathy). It's an energy problem.

Dr. Starr's book contains the wonderful "Before" and "After" pictures showing X-rays of enlarge hearts that shrink back to normal size after the patient is given natural desiccated thyroid.

A decrease in mitochondria also appears to be the connection of hypothyroidism to Alzheimer's, which Dr. Starr noted in another audio clip. Again, it's an energy problem. Read the entire article | Email this article
Posted by Admin2 on Thu, Feb 24, 2011 8:08 am | [0] comments
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