Thoughts on radiation concerns.

With the ongoing nuclear plant issue in Japan many people have been asking about natural strategies to protect themselves against potential exposure.The media has suggested the use of potassium iodide during this crisis.

What thyroid patients have been telling their doctors all along.

Hashimoto’s thyroiditis (HT), an inflammatory disorder of the thyroid, is the most common cause of hypothyroidism, but a study has suggested that even when thyroid function is normal, HT may increase symptoms and decrease quality of life.

Why pregnancy can trigger hypothyroidism...and consequently postpartum depression.

Since the book was published I have received countless emails from women whose thyroid problems began after pregnancy. This is fairly common for a number of reasons:

The audiobook version of Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms? is now available (as read by an actor). Enjoy!

Ebook and Audio Book for Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms?

Could psych meds and electroshock treatments have been the result of misdiagnosed Hashimoto's?

After a bipolar diagnosis, this patient was prescribed eight different psychotropic medications and received a dozen electroconvulsive treatments.

The new article reviews reader emails from the last year.

“My doctor has been treating my hypothyroidism for five years with little to no effect. I really thought that I was meant to be tired, constipated, cold, and overweight for the rest of my life,” wrote one woman.

Good thyroid health depends on good gut health!

When you have hypothyroidism it’s easy to get caught up in thyroid lab values and which thyroid meds and supplements work the best. While these are significant factors in improving thyroid health, it’s important to remember gut health is foundational to thyroid health. As long as you struggle with a...

Dr. Kharrazian in a live interview today at 5 pm PST!

Dr. Datis Kharrazian author of Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms stops by UW Radio to discuss the ongoing battle against thyroid symptoms. Topics include hypothyroidism caused by mental or metabolic stress primary hypothyroidism and how cells become resistant to thyroid hormones. Buy his book at ...

New interview with Jimmy Moore at Livin La Low Carb Vida

Hello and welcome back to The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore! Today Jimmy kicks off this week's special The Truth About Thyroid Week by talking with Dr. Datiz Kharrazian, author of 'Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms? When My Lab Tests Are Normal'. As you'll hear during this intervi...

New article at — Unraveling Thyroid Antibodies

When it comes to thyroid antibodies, those definitive markers for Hashismoto’s, confusion sometimes arises. For instance, do your high antibody counts mean your Hashimoto’s is worse than your friend’s, whose counts are low? Or how come you first presented with negative antibodies, and now that you’r...

Although it's a work in progress, the doors are open at Dr. Kharrazian's new online forum at Stop on by!

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The thyroid book got a thumbs up from the Weston A. Price Foundation, a very discerning and powerful group of health advocates.

Shannon Nash reviews Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms and gives it a thumbs up.

Studies show women with autoimmune diseases are more than three times as likely to give birth to a child with autism compared to the general population. This article also points out the connection between gluten and autoimmune diseases. These are points Dr. Kharrazian always emphasizes.

Autism, Autoimmune Disease and Gluten

Dr. Tom O'Bryan will speak about gluten intolerance and gut health June 8.

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When future humans look back at the way we treat heart disease, they will shake their heads in disbelief. Much of heart care today, in both conventional and alternative medicine, ranges from harmful to hopelessly misguided.

Heart disease has long been a leading cause of death since the advent of processed foods almost 100 years ago, and it's no wonder. The root of disease almost always begins in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, with problems compounding in the immune and hormone systems, which in turn stress the heart. That gut health and immunity status affects the heart is lost on most conventional doctors, including many holistic ones. Read more at

Trepanation, drilling a hole in the head, used to be a medical technique. In the future, people will view the way we treat heart disease today as just as absurd.

I hope you will take a moment to join Dr. Kharrazian's new fan page, which was created for the book and will replace the other one. Sorry for the confusion!

"Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms?" by Dr. Datis Kharrazian
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Intro Video to Dr. Kharrazian's Thyroid Book Do you take thyroid hormones yet still suffer from symptoms? If so, join millions of Americans who, despite normal test results, suffer low thyroid symptoms because they are mis-diagnosed or mismanaged. ...