Tag Archive: Iodine
Some Simple Q & A’s
What tests are you using for thyroid assessment?
Consider as a minimum using TSH, free T4, free T3 perhaps with total T3, reverse T3, and antithyroid antibodies.
What are the objective indications (per lab) for the use of thyroid hormone supplementation/replacement?
Elevated TSH, low T4 or T3, antithyroid antibodies Read the rest of this entry »
Saturday the 23rd of January 2010 saw Dr Brownstein present to a full house at the Royal Society of Medicine. He eloquently extracted clinical information from the conflicting science around the use of iodine as a supplement. Dispelling myths and building an impressive approach to the use of iodin/iodide following suitable provocation tests he gave the audience a new tool to use in the care of their patients. Read the rest of this entry »
Nutri-Link post graduate education division are hosting a one day post graduate seminar with Dr David Brownstein at the Royal Society for Medicine on Saturday the 23rd January. This sell out seminar will explore the role of iodine in human health as well as discussing many aspects of complementary medicine and nutrition in the management of thyroid disorders.
To learn more, including how registered health care professionals can listen to the lecture, obtain CPD credits and yet not have to leave home, visit his page on Clinical Education site.
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