The Cause of Thyroid Dysfunction – An Acidic Lifestyle

Hyper or Hypo thyroid is the result in a deficiency of alkalizing mineral salts such as sodium, chloride, potassium and iodine caused by an acidic lifestyle and diet.

My own clinical research has shown that over 90 percent of those patients tested by an Ultra Sound scan showed one or a combination of cysts, calcium deposits and/or solid masses/tumors on the thyroid.  

I also found that 100 percent deficiency of the thyroid their was a deficiency of blood plasma sodium and blood plasma chloride.  Sodium is essential for the healthy function of the thyroid.  

The thyroid is responsible for regulating and transporting the energy demands of the body cells in the form of the electron through a matrix of salt.  When salt is deficient or absent because of an acidic lifestyle and diet the body cells become enervated and the thryroid becomes stressed and begins to over-compensate in a hyper way until it breaks down and becomes hypo.  It would be like driving your car on flat tires or no tires stressing out your car engine until the car breaks down and stops.

The solution for hyper or hypo thyroid is an alkalizing lifsetyle and diet that will restore the alkalize design of the body and the health of the thyroid function.  I would suggest a thyroid support nutritional plan by taking 125mg of Potassium Iodide daily, pHlavor salts, pHour salts, our soon to be released Thyroid Support Formula, the pHlush salts, whole leaf aloe juice, 4 to 6 liters of pH Miracle Greens, and finally our L-Arginine Max, 4 to 6 times a day.

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