"Broda O. Barnes, M.D., the foremost researcher of the thyroid, went to Graz, Austria, and checked 70,000 autopsies recorded between 1930 and 1970. In his book Heart Attack Rareness in Thyroid Treated Patients, Dr. Barnes details a 20-year study with 1,569 patients. Among the women, 844 had no heart attacks, and men had only 4 of 72 expected heart attacks."
6. "Delayed relaxation of the muscle stretch reflex (Woltman’s Sign) occurs in hypothyroidism. The achilles tendon reflex is a scientific way to assess thyroid function. The foot should plantar flex quickly and then return immediately to its starting position or beyond with no hesitation if the metabolism is healthy. No response or a very slow return back to original position are indicative of low metabolism."
Feeling sluggish? Bloated? Always cold? You may have a thyroid problem. But before you self-treat — or seek help from the numerous online coaches who peddle advice — find out what's really wrong
"There is an old medical saying that just a few grains of thyroid hormone can make the difference between an idiot and an Einstein."
Ever notice how cold you are, even when you're indoors, or when the temperature outside isn't that cold?
Excess Vit A (carotenoids) from plant sources will cause orange calluses, skin tone. Balance them out by using more animal sources of Vit A (retinoids) from dairy, liver and eggs.