When trying to treat underactive thyroid naturally, essential oils provide a number of useful benefits to help combat the fatigue, depression, memory problems and hair loss associated with your condition. What oils should you try to incorporate daily?
When diagnosed with anunderactive thyroid, there are alternative options to consider to improve your function and alleviate the side effects of a reduced thyroid. One therapy is related to diet and foods we eat but some foods may not be helping at all.
You're always tired, cranky, cold, and gaining weight no matter what you do. Even if you may write it off as changes from aging, did you know your thyroid may be behind these symptoms. Simple changes to your diet and supplements could go a long way.
If you are looking to lower hemoglobin A1C levels naturally, you probably are eliminating sugar from your diet. That's a necessary step, but the amount of sugar you eat is not the only dietary factor in A1C.
The hemoglobin A1C (HbA1C) test is the standard diagnostic tool for measuring control over diabetes, but sometimes people have elevated A1C even without diabetes.
Do you let your diabetes control slide? Do you "forget" to see your doctor every three months? Here are some symptoms of high hemoglobin A1C that tell you that changes in your diabetes care are a must.
Hemoglobin A1C (HbA1C) is a measurement of how well diabetics keep their blood sugar levels under control over a 90 to 120 day period. Here's how to achieve an improvement in your HbA1C before your next visit to your doctor.
Hemoglobin levels are a marker for diabetic health, but the healthy direction is usually down, not up. Here are three simple interventions for diabetes to get iron and hemoglobin into healthy ranges.
Research shows that apple cider vinegar, when taken before meals, significantly lowers the glycemic effect of the foods you eat. Can you use apple cider vinegar to treat your prediabetes or type 2 diabetes?
You feel stressed, overworked and noticed that you've put on extra weight recently. You could explain it away as just a bad diet and too much work but what if the problem still persists after exercising and dieting? What if you have an adrenal disorder?