I switched to Klaire Labs Ther-Biotic Powder after taking Metagenics Ultra Flora Balance for about 8 years. (I had no idea you were supposed to alternate different kinds). The Ther-Biotic was ok at first then created bad blood sugar issues. I felt weak and my arms felt tingly every time I ate like you do before you vomit. The feeling almost completely stopped after I ran out of the Ther-Biotic. Now I am experiencing with that same symptom every single time I try to take any kind of probiotic, so I am not taking any. I also get nauseous if I try to drink lemon water or eat fermented vegetables. Have I damaged my stomach lining? What should I do?
For instance, a paleo protocol can technically include a pound of potatoes or a dozen fruits daily – both of which will net you 300-500 grams of carbohydrates and keep you out of the “low” range. Conversely, a low-carb diet can also not be paleo. It’s possible to limit carbohydrates but still eat grains occasionally. These definitions all depend on your set restrictions within a low-carb diet.
Most people will see a dramatic reduction in gut symptoms, brain symptoms, skin breakouts and pain by eliminating the foods they are sensitive to. Some will also see a significant reduction in thyroid antibodies! An additional subset of people, will actually be able to get their Hashimoto’s into complete remission just by getting off the foods they react to, normalizing their thyroid antibodies, and some even normalizing their thyroid function! Here are a couple of articles you may find helpful.
While eating a diet rich in these nutrients is an important step in maintaining your levels of each, the unfortunate fact is that our soil has been depleted of nutrients and our food is less nutrient-dense than our parents’ and grandparents’. That’s why I recommend for everyone to take a high-quality multivitamin each day. I recently developed and released a custom-formulated multivitamin specially designed to provide all of the essential nutrients for thyroid function and general health. It includes all of the vitamins and minerals listed above in their most bio-available and easily absorbable forms.
The impact of thyroid disease can be seen throughout the body. One of the more aesthetically prominent areas affected is hair growth. Reduced thyroid function often correlates to declining hair health and can contribute significantly to hair loss. Fortunately, by resolving an underlying thyroid issue, attending to nutritional deficiencies, and improving lifestyle factors, you may be able to restore your hair to its prior strength and fullness.
2.> This one is a hypothesis but decent cellular CO2 concentration would take out calcium from the cells most likely in the form of CaCO3 which might help in reversing calcification,after all, calcium should be extracellular not intracellular. Are you aware of such a process ? Danny says that T3 hormones also helps in maintaining proper CO2 levels.
First, if you are hypothyroid and taking levothyroxine (i.e., Synthroid) as your thyroid hormone replacement, and still losing hair, you may need to take action. Prolonged or excessive hair loss IS a side effect of Synthroid for some people. Note: Many doctors do NOT know this, even though it is a stated side effect in the Synthroid patient literature, so don't be surprised if your doctor is not aware of this.