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The T3 and Reverse T3 Story: The Active Thyroid Hormone

Hello everyone and welcome to my blog. We are in the middle of running through some of the testings I utilize in my office and why I recommend it. You can check out some of our past articles on stool testing, hormone testing, and our last article on thyroid blood testing. In my last post, Read More

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How Thyroid Hormones Work

Hello everyone, Dr. Kyle Warren here for the Restorative Health Solutions blog. In this installment, we will discuss patients who likely know they have a thyroid problem and still suffer from symptoms from their thyroid hormones despite taking medication. Common symptoms of hypothyroidism include hair loss or thinning, fatigue, depression, anxiety, weight gain, heartburn and Read More

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Homocysteine: A Must Have Test For Anyone With Health Problems

Hello everyone and welcome. Today we are going to talk about an amino acid called Homocysteine. I test Homocysteine levels in almost every single patient who walks in my door. Why is this marker part of my central testing procedure? In short an elevation of Homocysteine is a sign of breakdown in core processes necessary Read More

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Thyroid Testing: Forgetting T3 Will Sabotage You

Testing TSH only or even TSH and T4 does not work! If you suffer from thyroid symptoms (fatigue, hair loss, brittle nails, feeling cold, difficulty losing weight, brain fog, infertility menstrual irregularity) and they did thyroid testing by running just a TSH or maybe a TSH and a free T4, it wasn’t enough. If you Read More

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Endocrinology: Hormones, Can They Help Me?

Hello everyone Dr. Warren here and thank you for visiting my blog.  Today we are going to talk about endocrinology!  I am not going to zoom in specifically on one hormone, but we’ll talk about some of the pitfalls I encounter in my practice as well as symptoms, testing, and some solutions for hormone problems. Read More

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Perimenopause/Menopause #5. The brain, the adrenals, and hormones

Hello everyone and welcome to the blog!  If this is your first article please pop around and read some of the others we’ve posted about perimenopause/menopause.  This article will be dedicated to the brain aspects. Let’s start by saying something that is obvious but often overlooked.  Hormones, perimenopause, and menopause affect the brain!  While this Read More