Lectins can attach themselves to Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) receptor sites and play havoc in two ways. The first is that the Lectins are able to “fit” the receptor sufficiently enough to stimulate the thyroid but the effects are different in those with hyperthyroid or Autoimmune Hyperthyroid and low thyroid or Hashimoto thyroiditis. The second effect is that the immune response to the lectin stimulation starts an autoimmune response to the thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) receptors on the thyroid.
The seasonal influences of Melatonin and/or melatonin supplementation. Melatonin has a thyroid function suppressing action. Melatonin has an inhibitory action on the Hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid (HPT) axis.
Oral bacteria infection attack on the thyroid. The damage caused to the gland results in the release of a conspicuous quantity of thyroid hormones, thus causing a thyrotoxic pattern: temperature, cutaneous pallor, excessive perspiration, tremor, tiredness, weight loss, increased appetite, and tachycardia.
The status of your immune system on a daily/seasonal basis, or with exposure to bacteria and lectins.
Are you suffering from occasional herpes out breaks on areas of your body but not on the genitals? Those with a sensitivity to gluten, often develop blistering rashes that are often mistaken for a herpes outbreak.
The debate regarding iodine and the thyroid is more polarized than that of democrats and republicans within the healthcare community. With each side is very adept at supporting their view with numerous studies, it becomes very confusing as to whether iodine is good or bad.
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