Vol. 1: 2014

4 All-Natural Ways To "Spark" Your Dead Thyroid (Over 200 Million People Now Negatively Affected By Fat Storing Thyroid Imbalances)

Researchers estimate the number of women to be suffering from thyroid imbalance to be approximately 200 million worldwide. This imbalance is responsible for a number of problems including irregular heart rhythms, decreased libido, muscle stiffness and pain, low energy, depression, abnormal menstruation and the inability to lose stubborn fat deposits.

Thyroid imbalance was once thought to be only remedied using pharmaceutical drugs. However, exciting new research has identified 3 steps to fixing thyroid imbalance using simple lifestyle and nutrition modifications;

STEP ONE - Test For Hashimoto's Disease

Hashimoto's disease is a condition in which your immune system attacks your thyroid causing a decline in thyroid hormone levels. This affects up to 90 percent of individuals suffering from hypothyroidism.

Auto-immune conditions are very difficult to treat using conventional medicine. However, one protein has been directly linked to auto-immune disorders- gluten. The molecular structure of gluten closely resembles that of the thyroid gland. People with Hashimoto’s should avoid gluten as consumption can trigger an auto-immune response in the body and suppress thyroid function.

Diagnosis of Hashimoto's disease is performed by your doctor using a simple blood test that measure levels of thyroid hormone and thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) produced in the pituitary gland. The article on the next page. will help you determine if your problem body fat areas are related to hormone imbalance.

STEP TWO - Reduce Cardiovascular Exercise

Research conducted at the University of North Carolina discovered a connection between long bouts of cardiovascular exercise and depressed thyroid function. Researchers found that excessive cardio resulted in elevated cortisol levels which resulted in a 24 hour reduction in thyroid output.

Researchers have identified an alternative to traditional cardiovascular exercise that boosts thyroid production and increases fat release from problem trouble spots. Please see the next page. for details.

STEP THREE - Eliminate Foods That Reduce Thyroid Function

Some of the world’s healthiest foods may actually be making your thyroid problem worse. Soy, peanuts, and even cruciferous vegetables like Brussels sprouts, cabbage, and broccoli may temporarily lower thyroid function and are best consumed sparingly if you have low thyroid.

Fortunately there are many healthy foods that help to support healthy thyroid function. These include berries, garlic and tomatoes and other antioxidant rich foods. Eggs and meat are rich in iron and have also been proven to support healthy thyroid function. B vitamins are another excellent choice and can be found in foods such as spinach, bell peppers and asparagus.

Where you carry your body fat may be a sign that you have thyroid imbalance or another possible hormone disorder and need to take immediate action. Go to the next page. to see if you should be concerned.

STEP FOUR - Lower Inflamation

Inflammation is an extremely common problem and may be at the root cause of your thyroid imbalance issue. You can begin reducing your systemic inflammation levels today simply by increasing your intake of omega-3 fatty acids. This can be accomplished quickly by using a supplement or by consuming raw walnuts, flaxseeds or cold-water fish like wild salmon, sardines, tuna, halibut or mackerel.

New research has revealed an alarming connection between systemic inflammation, cortisol and the inability to lose body fat. You can read the rest of the article on the next page.


Reduced thyroid function is one of five hormonal imbalances that may be causing your body to store fat in your problem trouble spots. You can learn exactly what the other four imbalances are (and the best way to cure this problem) by clicking below;