The Best Botanicals for Unresolved Thyroid Symptoms
Learn about some of my favorite natural products in this guest blog!
January is Thyroid Awareness Month, and I'm excited to have the opportunity to be a guest blogger at Whole World Botanicals! They're publishing my two-part article, "The Best Botanicals for Unresolved Thyroid Symptoms," and Part 1 is now online!
You all know that I do NOT recommend products unless I've successfully used them AND my friends, family, clients, and readers have successfully used them. In other words, they need to actually WORK! That's why in 20+ years, I've only recommended by brand a handful of products.
Whole World Botanicals' Royal Maca, Royal Camu, Royal Chanca Piedra, and Royal Abuta are among my favorites! I use all four botanicals regularly (and the Royal Maca helped me — and many friends — sail through menopause and beyond!)
It can be complicated to sort out which vitamins, supplements, herbs, and botanical remedies actually work, versus the endless marketing claims. Or if you're new to natural remedies, you may not even know where to start. But if you have unresolved hypothyroidism symptoms, my article is a good way to dive into the subject! Here's the link!
The Best Botanicals for Unresolved Thyroid Symptoms - Part 1: https://wholeworldbotanicals.com/the-best-botanicals-for-unresolved-thyroid-issues-part-1/
And while you're at it, Whole World Botanicals puts out a great free newsletter, with several informative issues every month, filled with information on how to use botanical remedies for issues ranging from high blood sugar, to high cholesterol, to immune health. You can sign up at https://wholeworldbotanicals.com/newsletter-signup.
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MORINGA intake - Yay or Nay, for Hypothyroidism? Studies seem to support both good nd bad effects. for the Thyroid. Mary, what is your take on this? Thank you - have it in my pending online supplement order but- maybe not. Thank you. Sandy F