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WEBINAR: Thyroid Hormone Function 7th September 2022

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Title: Thyroid Hormone Function Webinar
Presenter: Antony Haynes and Karen Devine
Date: Wednesday 7th September 2022
Time: 12pm – 12:30pm BST (30 minute podcast style webinar)
Price: Free (Attendees will receive a 10% discount against their first order of Metavive Products)

This information is for education purposes only. Patients should consult with a qualified healthcare provider before making decisions about therapies and/or health conditions.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet.
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This event is only available to Practitioners and Students registered with Nutri-Link.

“I don’t know about you, but I have observed that a notable proportion of my clients have sub-clinical hypothyroidism, and the incidence is rising. I have also found that the vast majority of my clients who is taking thyroxine benefits from support to help its conversion to the active form of thyroid hormone, T3.” (Antony Haynes, 2022)

The official statistics reveal that there are literally millions of people in the UK with medically recognisable under-active thyroid hormone, which increases with age and is more common in women than men. If we add to this the group of people who have yet to reach the stage where they can be diagnosed, by which I mean functionally under-active, then there are even more millions of people who suffer from symptoms and signs of hypothyroidism. It is likely that most of the folk are not getting the help they need and nutritional therapy can meet that need.

There are lifestyle factors yes, but more important is dietary intake. However, most of all on a therapeutic level are the key nutritional supplements that provide the body with what it needs to make sufficient quantities of thyroid hormone, to nourish the enzymes that convert T4 to T3 and to prevent and resolve the factors that interrupt the processes of the body achieving optimal intracellular levels of active FT3.

Antony Haynes will present a podcast-style interview with Karen Devine to discuss this subject and share information about what has helped improve his clients’ health, specifically with regard to thyroid hormone health. For example, Karen will ask Antony about potentially goitrogenic foods, about how anaemia influences thyroid hormone, as well as about the use of specific supplements to achieve successful outcomes in terms of optimal thyroid hormone function.

  • Learn about the incidence of hypothyroidism in the UK / Western world.
  • Learn about the blood markers (TSH, FT4, FT3) that are used to provide feedback about thyroid hormone status in the body.
  • Learn about the signs and symptoms of thyroid hormone under-functioning.
  • Learn about goitrogenic foods and their relevance to someone with an under-active thyroid hormone function.
  • Learn about the importance of deiodinase enzymes which metabolise thyroid hormones, converting T4 to T3 and what nutrients support and protect this enzyme.
  • Learn about the major influences on thyroid hormone function including other hormones such as cortisol & inflammation, the presence of organic pollutants & toxic metals, as well as endogenous cytokines.
  • Learn about the use of a handful of key nutritional supplements that can make the real difference in your clients’ health including thyroid glandulars.
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