Feeling Stuck With Thyroid Issues... Despite Being On Meds?

  • Does getting through your daily routine feel like an uphill battle... despite being on thyroid medications?

  • Are extra pounds sneaking up on you... despite going low-carb or adding more cardio?

  • Are "foggy thinking" & brain fog making even simple decisions difficult?

  • Is your doctor out of options on what else to try... other than increasing your thyroid dose?

Take this short quiz to find out what might be sabotaging thyroid function (and if you're even on the right medications)!

"Normal" Doesn't Mean Optimal

Many conventional doctors, including OB-GYNs, often rely solely on TSH levels (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) as dictated by health insurance.

When these tests come back within a certain range, they might declare your thyroid function as "normal."

Yet "normal" ranges are based on averages from a broad population, healthy or not.

This means you could be at the lower end of the "normal" spectrum – yet still experience symptoms.

And just because your TSH might be normalit doesn't mean your other thyroid markers (T3/T4, reverse T3 and thyroid antibodies) are normal too!

Without advanced lab testing, it's impossible to identify if it's indeed your thyroid or actually something else that's draining your energy... like gut imbalances or nutrient deficiencies!

Finally, let me ask you an important question...

If you're on thyroid meds, do you feel any better? Are they actually working?

If the answer is "not really"... then this may indicate that you are on the wrong type of thyroid medication or that the T3/T4 ratio is not optimized for your specific needs!

So if you'd love to get off that "TSH rollercoaster", if you're wondering what might sabotage thyroid function, then take the short quiz!

Meet Dr. Akiba Green, DNM

Dr. Akiba Green has been in private practice in Cornelius, NC since 2003 and is widely recognized as a leader in the treatment of thyroid conditions, autoimmune disease, alternative and integrative cancer care, fibromyalgia, peripheral neuropathy, diabetes, and other chronic neurological and chronic metabolic health conditions.

Dr. Akiba Green received his bachelor's degree from the University of Florida in Health Science Education and his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Sherman College of Chiropractic. He has completed a Fellowship in Integrative Cancer Therapy from the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and the University of South Florida Medical School; has received training from the American Board of Anti-Aging Health Practitioners in the Clinical Science of Anti-Aging and functional medicine.

Dr. Green practices as a doctor of natural medicine.

He has successfully treated patients suffering from these conditions by ensuring that his clinics have always been on the cutting edge of the healthcare industry.


3 Important Facts About Thyroid Health

What If It's Not Your Thyroid?

Could it be other aspects of your health slowing you down?

What if your symptoms aren’t solely rooted in your thyroid? Did you know that adrenal "fatigue", hormone imbalances & food intolerances can mimic hypothyroidism, leading to similar symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain & mood swings?


Are nutrient deficiencies slowing your thyroid function?

Just because you eat enough doesn't imply that you're getting the essential nutrients that your thyroid requires. Many individuals, including those who consider themselves healthy eaters, may still be deficient in the nutrients vital for thyroid health.

Thyroid-Gut Connection

If your digestive health is off,
so is your thyroid!

Most of the thyroid hormone produced is T4, an inactive form that relies on healthy gut flora and bacterial enzymes to convert it into the active hormone T3. So if your gut is off, you might not produce enough T3 levels for optimal thyroid function!

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