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Wednesday, September 5th at 6pm PST
Struggling with weight gain? Fatigue? Hair loss? Constipation? Unexplained infertility? You may be one of the estimated 20 million Americans with a thyroid disease/disorder. It’s more common in women than in men—one in eight women will be diagnosed. Many are unaware that they have the condition. If you have been diagnosed with hypothyroidism, listen up: did you know there is a greater than 90 percent chance that you actually have an autoimmune thyroid condition called Hashimoto’s thyroiditis? It should be treated much differently than primary hypothyroid conditions but is often not addressed.

Join my business partner and myself for an informative tele-seminar addressing hypothyroidism. What are the different types of hypothyroidism? (hint: it’s important to know, because they all need to be treated differently, and chances are, your doctor will prescribe the same drug no matter what is causing your hypothyroidism. This may not relieve symptoms and correct the underlying imbalance!). What are the signs and symptoms? How it is diagnosed? What are the treatment options? What is the one food you must absolutely avoid if you have hypothyroid, and why? We’ll also discuss diet, lifestyle, herb, and supplemental recommendations to help heal the thyroid gland. We’ll answer your questions at the end of the talk, and there will *probably* be at least one special offer ☺

This talk is for you if you have a hypothyroid condition or are experiencing any of the above symptoms; if you have hypothyroid disease in your family; or if you’ve been prescribed a drug for your hypothyroid condition and are still experiencing symptoms like weight gain or difficulty losing weight, infertility, fatigue, brain fog, or anxiety. Join us!

When: Wednesday, September 5 at 6pm PST
Where: your home or office! Simply call (641) 715 3300 and enter access code 950150# to be placed into the live call.

My posts on hypothyroidism:

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