"Thyroid disease is more common than diabetes or heart disease."

~ American College of Endocrinology

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THYROID DISEASE IS KILLING US

More than 30,000,000 people in the US and 200 million worldwide have a Thyroid Disorder Most affected are women. Some estimates are over 50 million in US and over 200 million worldwide, and growing.

Estimates vary widely as most patients are misdiagnosed or undiagnosed because doctors don't know what they are looking for.

Thyroid disease is also an autoimmune disease. This means that over 27 million people have one or more of the over 105 known autoimmune diseases.

Are you one?

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Thyroid Health Workshops Live, 2013 by Kim Wolinski

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The following workshop is being offered LIVE several times in 2013.

CLICK HERE to view dates and pre-registration information here.

 

10 Ways to Manage Low Thyroid Symptoms

1 out of 8 women will have a thyroid condition in their lifetime.

Over 30 million Americans suffer from thyroid problems: hyperthyroidism, Graves Disease, hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s Disease.

Over 23.5 million Americans, mostly women, suffer from hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s disease. 80% are mis- or undiagnosed as most doctors have limited ideas or proper training on how to treat these individuals.

Realizing that fatigue, “fog brain”, muscle pain, cold feet, hard to lose weight, and over 67 other symptoms aren’t your fault is just the beginning of getting your life back.

Find out how to manage your symptoms and find a healthcare professional trained to help you back to vibrant health. During this course we will look at thyroid symptoms and autoimmune diseases, learn the Thyroid Reset Diet, and explore who can help you.

 

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