Why You Still Have Hypothyroid Symptoms Despite Normal TSH

In Canada, doctors rely on the Thyroid Stimulating Hormone test (TSH) to determine if your symptoms are due to hypothyroidism. Unfortunately, you can still have hypothyroid symptoms even when your TSH results are “normal”, which can severely impact your health and quality of life. 

The thyroid makes and stores the thyroid hormones T4 and T3 that affect nearly every cell in your body, and the varied symptoms attributed to hypothyroidism reflect that. 

Common symptoms your doctor may look for include fatigue, weight gain, depression, hair loss, constipation, menstrual irregularities, and lowered body temperature, but there are many more! You must also look out for combinations of symptoms like poor circulation, muscle cramps, lowered immunity, slow wound healing, low stomach acid (indicated by poor digestion of protein, mineral deficiencies, risk of parasitic infection and food poisoning), dry skin, swollen face, and the loss of the outer third of your eyebrows.

TSH is produced by the pituitary gland in your brain in response to how much thyroid hormone is in your bloodstream. If there isn’t enough, the pituitary will produce more TSH to tell thyroid peroxidase (the enzyme that makes thyroid hormone in the thyroid) to produce more.

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Support Your Thyroid With Truehope Nascent Iodine Advanced

Many people struggle to get enough iodine in their diet. This mineral is naturally occurring in sea vegetables like dulse, kelp and nori, plus fish, shellfish, dairy, eggs and iodized salt. Unfortunately conventional medical wisdom tells us to minimize egg consumption due to the cholesterol they contain, to minimize sodium consumption, and for most of us, fish and sea vegetable consumption is saved for the occasional sushi. Not to mention that the mineral depletion of our soils makes it hard for iodine to find its way into our food chain. 

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New study has linked ADHD with fatty acids

In May 2019, researchers in Spain published a study in the peer-reviewed journal Brain Sciences, showing a connection between diet and ADHD.

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4 reasons why EMPowerplus is better than generic multivitamins

It’s not uncommon for us to hear from people who say that our products are just too expensive, especially since most insurance plans won’t cover them. On the surface, EMPowerplus does seem expensive, especially if you’re under the impression that they’re just as good as generic multivitamins.

However, there are 4 specific things that show that EMPowerplus is actually great value for your money.

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Healthy diet linked to lower odds of depression

In June 2019, researchers in Korea published a study in the peer-reviewed journal Current Developments in Nutrition, showing a connection between diet and depression.

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This diet may reduce anxiety, distress & depression

In June 2019, the peer-review journal Nutritional Neuroscience published a study by researchers in Canada and Iran that shows a connection between diet and mental health.

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How EMPowerplus helped these 5 people be better mothers

From time to time, we receive testimonials from our valued participants sharing with us how our products and programs have been making a difference in their lives.

Here are just 5, and they’re all mothers:

I began taking the EMPowerplus . . . and gradually got better and better. It was exciting to me, as I started to really enjoy being a mom for the first time.

Cara R.

To have such a well and healthy child when both parents have a history of mental illness is a rare thing.

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Are you using AminoPower Advanced with EMPowerplus yet?

AminoPower Advanced is a blend of 7 vitamins and 23 free-form amino acids, including all the branch chain and essential amino acids. It rapidly absorbs, providing the body and brain with an ideal balance of amino acids to promote mental and physical wellbeing.

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Pro-inflammation diet could raise depression risk by 15%

In June 2019, The Journal of Nutrition published the findings of researchers in France who had investigated any connection between a pro-inflammation diet and depression risk.

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This diet may reduce depression and distress

In May 2019, the peer-reviewed journal Journal of Affective Disorders published a study in which researchers from Canada and Iran reported a link between diet and mental health.

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