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Thyroid Dysfunction: An Integrative Approach

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As many as 27 million Americans may have some type of thyroid disorder, of that number, approximately half remain undiagnosed. Join Dr. Holly Lucille, ND, RN for this exclusive educational webinar powered in partnership with Lara Adler for an overview of thyroid-related dysfunction and disease.

What you’ll learn:
-Reasons for the dysfunction of the physiological processes leading to metabolic effects
-How to identify thyroid imbalances using markers & functional assessments
-How environmental toxins disrupt thyroid function
-Appropriate treatment options for the various causes of hypothyroidism

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