Thyroid Function

Thyroid Function

As per the hormonal mud map – all in the reproductive sector is controlled by your rate of metabolism – and this is thyroid function. Many medical practitioners have little understanding of the importance of iodine/iodide. We need micro amounts of both to live and it is critical for women to run the menstrual cycle and maintain breast health.

The way we utilize food and live is under direct threat through the:

  • fluoride in the water,
  • chlorine that is also in the water and
  • bromides that have made their way through fire retardants, fungicides and food additives to all aspects of life.

This means the iodine we need is unavailable to us as the other halogens (as mentioned) take over. This leaves the average woman’s body struggling. This is where an understanding of the Yang Qi functions comes in very handy.

Hence the

  • depression,
  • brain fog,
  • constipation,
  • over bleeding,
  • fibromyalgia,
  • cystic breast,
  • endometriosis,
  • PCOS,
  • cysts in ovaries,
  • ‘baby brain’ when pregnant and breastfeeding (all iodine is used up and none left to run mum, brain/self image gone),
  • hair loss and
  • weight that does not shift,

all giving their own life and distress and all preventable.

Check your BBT (and his – if trying to conceive – you need great, not the apparently least possible fertile sperm) and find a therapist who actually works on correcting your imbalances, not just putting you on medication to take forever, or continually using surgery when things get too bad.

To learn more, please go to the ages on Iodine, low thyroid and Glutathione found on

Look also to the book ‘Cold is Not a Woman’s Friend’ as it explains simply what Yang Qi is, and does and how you can unknowingly sabotage all your best efforts to get well with simple things that all do.

To understand more, start with the natural healing easy solving all your problems apps – solutions for questions you may not have thought to ask – or that no one could answer . . there are also  various books in the resources here