The Pandemic of Subclinical Hypothyroidism
Subclinical hypothyroidism is remarkably common and is not typically recognised by medical blood tests. The test range is not sensitive enough to identify a thyroid imbalance until there is more gross imbalance. This leaves a significant minority of the population, and particularly women who suffer from this more than men do, at a loss to explain why they feel tired, have low motivation, poor mood, gain weight easily whilst not being able to lose it. The lack of any clear diagnosis also creates uncertainty and results in a lack of confidence, especially in menopausal women.
About the Speaker:
Antony Haynes BA Hons, Registered Nutritionist @Nutri-link
Antony has been in private practice for over 27 years and is one of the most experienced Registered Nutritional Therapists in the country.
He is one of the first practitioners to implement the principles of Functional Medicine in the UK, since 1992. Antony has seen over 16,500 clients, with literally thousands of these individuals suffering from a degree of subclinical hypothyroidism.
He has presented lectures and webinars on the subject of thyroid health and thyroid hormone imbalances for many years, combining his clinical experience with the review of the scientific literature and meeting world experts on the subject such as David Brownstein MD.
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