Thyroid - Hypothyroid Protocol
Our protocol, rooted in the power of natural herbs and minerals, offers a promising solution for individuals with hypothyroidism. By carefully selecting specific herbs known for their thyroid-supporting properties, such as ashwagandha and bladderwrack, we aim to restore balance to the thyroid gland. These herbs have been used for centuries in traditional medicine to promote optimal thyroid function and alleviate symptoms of hypothyroidism, including fatigue, weight gain, and brain fog. Additionally, our protocol incorporates minerals like selenium and iodine, essential for thyroid hormone production. By combining these natural elements, our protocol seeks to provide a holistic approach that may enhance thyroid health and overall well-being for those struggling with hypothyroidism.
One of the three binders Dr. Jess rotates all of her clients through! This one targets viral pathogens and radiation. Dr. Jess takes this after fights.
Dr. Jess feels Magnesium glycinate is the best form of magnesium for constipation. Glycinate calms the bowels and the mind. You can titrate up to bowel tolerance and then find your sweet spot. Magnesium helps to calm anxiety and lower blood pressure as well as help with insomnia.
You must create your account on Fullscript using this registration link before you may access the products and 20% discount. Your joints, circulation, and brain all need omega-3 fatty acids. These essential fatty acids are found in the highest concentrations in the oil of fatty fish. Omega-3 fats can be obtained by eating fatty fish or […]
No energy? Weight gain? No motivation? Thyroid Hero is Dr Jess’s formulation for hypothyroid and Hashimotos patients. It may also help some Grave’s patients. Give some love to your metabolism. With just two a day, these doctor-formulated caps can help drop the brain fog and fatigue and boost your mood and motivation. Feeling good never felt so easy.
Selenium is an important trace mineral, and as an “essential” nutrient, your body does not produce selenium on its own. Therefore, it must come from diet or supplementation. Low levels of selenium can have an adverse impact on the heart, joints, eyes, and the immune, endocrine, and reproductive systems.