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How to get perfect thyroid levels at home

Thyroid hormones are among the most important molecules in the body.

They help the cell to produce energy – and they have a knock-on effect on a vast number of genes which produce the proteins that our bodies are made of.

As such, thyroid hormones, and everything that affects them, can affect every aspect of health and aging.

Researchers in the Netherlands looked at the effect of thyroid hormone metabolism and physical function, longevity and aging in older men.

The findings show that thyroid status is important for all of those factors.

Aging, and the weakness associated with it, are strongly tied to decreasing thyroid status – which is something we can fix.

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The human research was carried out at the Department of Internal Medicine, Erasmus Medical Center, CA Rotterdam in The Netherlands. This paper was published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.

“Physiological changes in thyroid hormone concentrations might be related to changes in the overall physical function in the elderly.”

The researchers carried a population study looking at physical function and the risk of death in older men.

The study followed a number of men for a period of 4 years.

“We determined to what extent thyroid hormone concentrations are related to physical function and mortality in elderly men.”

The researchers tracked the health data of over 400 men in their 70s, 80s, and 90s.

“The study examined the association between serum thyroid hormones and parameters of physical function as well as the association with mortality.”

The researchers tracked the major thyroid hormones T4 and T3.

Also under focus was the thyroid blocking hormone rT3 and TSH.

These should stimulate the release of thyroid hormones and can be an indicator of thyroid problems.

“TSH, free T4 (FT4) total T4, T3, rT3, and T4-binding globulin were measured.”

The researchers quantified numerous aspects of physical function in all of the men taking part in the study.

“Physical function was estimated by the number of problems in activities of daily living, a measure of physical performance score, leg extensor strength and grip strength, bone density, and body composition.”

The researchers found that elevated rT3 occurred more often in older men and elevated rT3 was strongly linked with poor health.

RT3, aka reverse T3 is a molecule which binds to thyroid hormone receptors.

RT3 effectively blocks cells from accessing the thyroid hormone T3.

Elevated levels of rT3 can lower thyroid function even when there are sufficient levels of actual thyroid hormones and circulation.

“Serum rT3 increased significantly with age and the presence of disease.”

One in seven men were diagnosed with low T3 syndrome. T3 is the primary and active thyroid hormone.

Low T3 syndrome occurs when men have a higher ratio of rT3 to T3.

“Sixty-three men met the biochemical criteria for the low T3 syndrome (decreased serum T3 and increased serum rT3).”

Men with low T3 syndrome are much more likely to have decreased physical function, even if they were not diagnosed with any related disease.

“Low T3 syndrome was associated with a lower physical performance score, independent of disease.”

T4 is the storage form of thyroid hormone. It exists to be converted into T3 – the active thyroid hormone.

But T4 is also converted into rT3.

The study showed that elevated levels of T4 and rT3 were independently associated with decreased physical function and strength in these older men.

“Furthermore, higher FT4 and rT3 were related to a lower grip strength and physical performance score, independent of age and disease.”

It seems that there is a widespread problem with thyroid hormone conversion in older men which is leading to accelerated aging.

This thyroid hormone conversion issue can go completely unnoticed in basic thyroid hormone lab work-ups.

These problems will only be uncovered by a healthcare professional who is looking at rT3.

Many don’t even pay attention to the thyroid hormones, never mind reverse T3.

“In a population of independently living elderly men, higher FT4 and rT3 concentrations are associated with a lower physical function.”

Optimal thyroid hormone metabolism is essential for human health.

We know a lot about how thyroid hormones work now, and we have really good labs to identify these problems.

The problems with thyroid hormone metabolism outlined in this research can be solved – but you need to know what you’re looking for and how to fix it.

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This long-forgotten hormone lets men feel as good as teenagers again

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Remember being a teenager? Feeling good all the time?

Well let me take you back in time a moment…to the days of your youth…

You go to bed late on a Friday night, and still wake up early on a Saturday morning…

And you’re full of energy, and your mind is clear and sharp all day long…

You eat and drink around the clock…

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Things like pizza and cookies, and hamburgers and sub sandwiches.

Beer and soda, and everything in between…

And you never gain a pound of fat.

You stay thin and fit, and your muscles stay strong without you even having to pick up a dumbbell.

And the sex… oh boy, the sex is phenomenal. Remember that?

Remember being a teenager and being horny all the time?

Ready to go in an instant, and practically have to hide your erections every time a pretty girl walks by…

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And when it comes time to make love to her, you perform like a young stallion.

You can go again and again, and it feels amazing every single time…

Well believe it or not… you can live like this again no matter how old you are.

It’s all thanks to this long-forgotten natural hormone called CID5920.


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.
Thyroid hormone concentrations, disease, physical function, and mortality in elderly men