Stop the Thyroid Madnessa Patient Revolution Against Decades of Inferior Treatment
Written by: M.Ed. Janie A. Bowthorpe
Reviewed by: Jeffrey Dach MD
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The Review:Stop the Thyroid Madness: a Patient Revolution Against Decades of Inferior Thyroid Therapy by Janie Bowthorpe review by Jeffrey Dach Mdwritten by a non-professional, this is the most hight-priority thyroid book to come out in the last few years. The book is timely because of two Factors:number one) For decades, mainstream medicine has been guilty of mismanaging the low thyroid desease. Number two) Patients are now motivated by the web to collectively share notes and devise their own strategies for thyroid testing and therapy.
Motivated E-patientsone of these motivated e-patients is Janie Bowthorpe, owner of the Stop-the-thyroid-madness-blog. In her book, Janie describes her ordeal with years of crippling fatigue, all the while her doctors told her the labs were normal, and insisting she was adequately cured with Synthroid, the mainstream T4 thyroid medication. Apparently she was not adequately cured. Switched from Synthroid to Armoureventually after many years of needless suffering, Janie visited an web thyroid forum and found out data about natural thyroid medication called Armour.
Motivated with this new data, Janie switched over from the Synthroid to the Armour, and suffered a dramatic recovery, and has been well ever since. Janie's Great Journeythe first module of her book chronicles this great journey, and later chapters are the condensed wisdom from her blog and forums. Hight-priority sections in the book deal with the superior clinical results of Armour natural thyroid compared to Synthroid, the unreliability of the Tsh test, and the bug of adrenal fatigue in relation to the low thyroid desease. Also discussed are the role of Ferritin and Iodine.
A Very Hight-priority Bookstop the Thyroid Madness is unquestionably a very hight-priority book which will influence mainstream health therapy for the low thyroid desease. Jamie's activism has galvanized a revolution in health care, with thousands of patients demanding superior thyroid care described in her book. I applaud Janie Bowthorpe's book, and want her strength and nice fortune in her continuing efforts to reform the mainstream health solution. Other Books Recommended:hypothyroidism the Unsuspected Disease, by Broda Barnes Mdiodine, Why You Need It and Why You Cant Live Without It by David Brownstein Mdhypothyroidism, Type Two by Mark Starr Mdadrenal Fatigue: The 21st Century Stress Disease by Wilson.
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