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Hypothyroidism Type II - Hidden Epidemic

Classic (Type I) Hypothyroidism is an inherited disorder that is known to affect about seven percent of the American population. Caused by the thyroid's failure to secrete adequate hormone levels, it is typically diagnosed early in life through blood tests. However, there is a far more prevalent form of the disease (some say up to 50-80% of the population) that cannot be detected with blood tests and is therefore ignored by modern medicine. Is your healthy future being stolen by your genes, your environment and by the ignorance and arrogance of current medical dogma?

In order to better understand this growing epidemic that lurks undetected beneath many of our nation's most pressing health challenges, we must first look at a similar epidemic disease of glandular/hormonal failure that has long been acknowledged and targeted by the medical establishment.

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What Is Inflammation?

Inflammation is the body’s response to injury or infection. Normally this is a chain of events meant to promote tissue repair. As such, inflammation is your body’s first line of defense against injury or infection.

In SI there is no regulated progression of a healthy inflammatory response, no planned sequence from the first alarm to the formation of the last new cell. Many of these biochemical reactions become intermingled and hamper one another. The body tissues themselves may lose their ability to recognize cells that are "self" from those that are not, and the body may mistakenly identify its own cells as foreign invaders. This internal programming error, if you will, continues to trigger and retrigger immune responses, setting the stage for not only heart disease, but what we call autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, MS and scleroderma.

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