Re: Iodine alone not enough to overcome hypothyroid in many people?
i don't believe in taking glandulars...and truly,
what we believe we will 'see'. (not the reverse, as people think) This is more true than we can ever imagine...
My basal temp was low some years ago--I was "hypothyroid", well, ten years ago, when I was still looking for answers.
Around that time, i started to take a bit of real Sea Salt
, and also took Atomadine (per Cayce) for a very short while. (maybe a week--that's how radical the change.) I kept studying and researching health and wholeness, laregly for my family's sake, but with no desire to follow the allopathic, OR the "naturopathic" paths or the so-called 'discoveries'-- which in my view are mostly product-based, in the end.
What shifted all that for me, (the worry, concern, bewilderment, and sense of being lost in the maze, always needing to know MORE) however, was simply taking powdered kelp, blackstrap molasses (whole foods), mineral vinegars (easy) and so forth, on a regular basis -- the foundation of this is a very simple drink (one that used to be served to farm hands, and taken to keep cool in summer, that usually (for me) includes lemon, which I'd always been told to take daily in a plain lemonaid; this from a Naturopath I respect. Being aware/mindful of eating a plant-based nutrient-dense diet, (this is something to look into further), is probably the single most helpful *perspective* or 'world-view' in all this.
Ah! but also, I "retired" my "family" doctor (allopathic) about seven years ago, and have felt prgressively better and better, ever since. (not her fault, nor hers to be proud of)