Is Your Thyroid Toxic?

by lydia on November 20, 2014

In today’s modern world no one alive is exempt from excessive levels of toxic metals in their body. They are everywhere and we simply cannot fully avoid them. Toxic metals do not have a single positive role in the human body either. Unfortunately, they have become a major cause for a number of health issues, including; ADHD, aging, autism, mental illness, even birth defects and more.

One of the dangers of this excess of toxic metals in our modern day society is simply due to the lack of minerals in our soil and food supply. When the body is chock full of minerals in a healthy balance it can better deal with this toxic metal onslaught. Unfortunately, due to nutrient poor diets for the past 100 years we are in a troublesome place.

While much more could be discussed about toxic metals, mineral deficient diets/soil etc…’s post will focus on a few common toxic metals that impair the health and function of the thyroid gland.

Is Your Thyroid Toxic


With thyroid issues growing more and more common today, it is a good idea to dig further into some of the reasons WHY this could be the case. One reason not commonly discussed is the role that toxic metals play in hampering thyroid health.

Today, I will simply introduce 4 that contribute to issues with your precious thyroid gland.

To read the rest of this post head on over to Delicious Obsessions.

Is Your Thyroid Toxic?





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Ellen November 21, 2014 at 1:51 pm

Yes, mine is. :( I have goiters and horrible reactions to even the smallest amounts of iodine.

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