The secret to restoring teenage metabolism = thyroid

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This is what doctors don’t know — that can make you perform like a teenager again

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The secret to restoring teenage metabolism = thyroid

In men, low metabolism brings on “rockiness” problems. Keep that in mind as you read today’s newsletter.

To start with, let me be blunt.

Just because a treatment is widely used doesn’t mean it’s very good.

In fact, some of the least effective treatments are also the most popular.

Take Synthroid for instance.  

Synthroid is consistently among the top three medications that doctors write scripts for. 

In the United States alone there are over 100 million scripts written every year.

Synthroid is the common brand name for levothyroxine – a synthetic thyroid hormone used to treat hypothyroidism.

But Synthroid is not the primary thyroid hormone – rather it can be converted by the body into the primary thyroid hormone.

Synthroid is only really effective when the body efficiently converts it into the other thyroid hormone. 

For many people this doesn’t happen… 

…and symptoms of hypothyroidism remain.

Numerous studies have shown that combining levothyroxine with the active thyroid hormone is the best way to treat symptoms of hypothyroidism.

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This human research was carried out by doctors in Antwerp, Belgium. The results were published in the Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine.

Synthroid became available in Belgium in 1974. Prior to this, Belgian doctors were administering thyroid medications containing both thyroid hormones.

“Having ‘administered’ routinely for many years a natural thyroid supplement, containing both thyroid hormones, we had the opportunity in 1974 to ‘administer’ a new T4-only drug (Euthyrox, aka Synthroid).”

Observant doctors who had used the previous combined thyroid supplement realized that Synthroid was ineffective.

“After less than six months, we ascertained the inability of Synthroid to produce the same clinical results as the previously used combined drugs.”

This research was created to scientifically validate the doctors’ observations of the Synthroid’s ineffectiveness versus thyroid supplements with both hormones.

“So we evaluated the efficacy of a drug containing both thyroid hormones in hypothyroid patients who were treated, but not cured, with Synthroid alone.”

The researchers carried out their investigations using medical records from patients being treated for hypothyroidism in Antwerp.

First, they compared two groups of hypothyroid patients.

The first group were hypothyroid patients treated with Synthroid.

These were compared against hypothyroid patients who had not received any treatment at all.

“The records of 89 hypothyroid patients, treated elsewhere with thyroxine but still with hypothyroidism, seen in a private practice in Antwerp, Belgium, were compared with those of 832 untreated hypothyroid patients, over the same period of time.”

The comparisons were made using scores of eight primary symptoms of hypothyroidism seen by these doctors over decades.

These symptoms are constipation, headache, muscle cramps, depression, rheumatoid symptoms, coldness, fatigue, and the Achilles tendon response.

The patients were allocated points depending on how they presented with each of these symptoms.

They received 0 points if they never had these symptoms. 1 point if they had the symptoms occasionally. And 2 points if that symptom was constant.

The doctors compared the scores in the untreated group against the group which was given Synthroid.

That analysis of primary hypothyroid symptoms showed that Synthroid was no better than having no treatment at all!

“The group of 89 patients, treated elsewhere with Synthroid, but still complaining of symptoms of hypothyroidism, did not really differ from the group of untreated hypothyroid patients as far as symptoms.”

In all likelihood, these patients were unable to convert Synthroid into the primary thyroid hormone – that’s why they still had hypothyroid symptoms.

The researchers also compared levels of the active thyroid hormone excreted in the urine of all of the patients.

When people have higher levels of the active thyroid hormone they will lose more in their urine. 

This test is a good indicator of how much active thyroid hormone the patient really has.

Active thyroid hormone levels did not differ in urine of both groups – indicating that Synthroid was not being converted to the primary thyroid hormone (called T3).

“24 hour urine free T3 levels did not differ between groups.”

Some of the people included in this analysis went on to have combined thyroid hormone treatment. 

This means that they got the hormone contained in Synthroid and the active thyroid hormone together.

In this case the treatment was a supplement called NDT – natural desiccated thyroid.

“A number of these patients were followed up during treatment with natural dessicated thyroid.”

The researchers then compared the same symptom scores they used earlier in these patients against those from patients using Synthroid only.

Combination of both thyroid hormones was far more effective at reducing the primary symptoms of hypothyroidism.

The overall prevalence of every symptom was reduced from 30% to 70% when people used the combination therapy.

“Both groups responded equally favorably to NDT.”

Many people do not see symptomatic improvement from Synthroid and require supplementation of both thyroid hormones to feel better.

“Combined T3 plus T4 treatment seems to be more effective than treatment with Synthroid alone and hypothyroid patients.”

You should always speak to your doctor about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.