A medical director, Erika Schwartz, was consulted for a medical advice by an elderly man with serious health condition. She firmly believed that his drugs had to be completely changed and therefore, asked to speak with his cardiologist.
In addition, this patient suffered from low levels of thyroid and testosterone. In addition, he had a slow metabolism, he was overweight and had severe eczema, which didn’t allow him to have proper sleep patterns because he had unbearable itching.
His cardiologist finally was contacted by Dr. Schwartz after about three weeks of calls. Moreover, she asked the cardiologist that some the drugs should be changed because they led to severe eczema.
Dr. Schwartz admitted that the cardiologist was rude and suggested she had no knowledge of science. She was surprised by his answer and he hung up immediately when she told him that both had the same degree.
After that, Dr. Schwartz had a profound conversation with the elderly patient, and as a result, this man decided to stop treatment with his cardiologist.
In addition, the patient was placed on a new treatment by Dr. Schwartz, ie, stimulation of his thyroid hormones and he was not allowed to continue taking his cholesterol medications. The patient was scared as he thought he was going to have a heart attack. However, he did not, because this doctor regulated his cholesterol levels in a completely natural way.
Further, hypothyroidism is a condition related to the thyroid gland, which can be activated both by internal and external factors and can contribute to Hashimoto’s disease, ie, an autoimmune disease in which the immune system becomes detrimental to the thyroid and attacks.
Therefore, if you suffer from hypothyroidism you are more likely to experience these symptoms: fatigue, weight gain, dry skin, brittle nails, hair loss, mood swings and depression.
Unfortunately, these symptoms can be really confused with other conditions very easily. Therefore, doctors often deliver certain drugs regardless of the possibility that may be triggered by hypothyroidism.
According to Mary Shomon, a large number of people suffer from high cholesterol and depression as a result of thyroid problems. However, doctors are still handing cholesterol medications and antidepressants.
In addition, Shomon agrees with the assessment of Dr. Schwartz and explained that the health of your thyroid actually affects the other parts of the body.
Another doctor, Dr. Emerson said that as a result of our toxic world we are even more likely to develop thyroid disorders created by certain fungi and dangerous toxins.
This doctor did a thorough investigation about the dangers and how these mycotoxins and fungi affect the thyroid gland and have been shown that eating foods high in mycotoxin or sugar, which actually give mold a chance to grow in our organisms can lead to deadly consequences.