EP 808 Hidden Problem with Thyroids

Summary: Do you often feel tired, foggy and fatter for no discernible reason? It could be your thyroid.
Air Date: 10/4/16
Duration: 42:45
Host: Michael Roizen, MD
Guest Bio: Amy Myers, MD
Amy-MyersAmy Myers, MD, is a specialist in thyroid and autoimmune diseases, whose career was set in motion by her own experience dealing with both.

She graduated cum laude from the Honors College at the University of South Carolina and earned her medical degree at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. After completing her residency in emergency medicine at the University of Maryland, she underwent certification training with the Institute for Functional Medicine and founded the nationally renowned functional medicine center, Austin Ultra Health, where she currently services as its medical director

She has helped tens of thousands around the world recover from chronic illness through her dietary based program, The Myers Way. Dr. Myers has created multiple interactive eBooks and eCourses to guide readers through her revolutionary approach to health. Her blog serves as a beacon of hope to the many sufferers of chronic disease and autoimmune conditions.

Dr. Myers is passionate about autoimmune and thyroid dysfunction because of her own journey with Graves' Disease. Her book first book, The Autoimmune Solution, is a New York Times Best Seller.
  • Book Title: The Thyroid Connection
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EP 808 Hidden Problem with Thyroids
Do you often feel tired, foggy and fatter for no discernible reason? It could be your thyroid.

In this podcast, Dr. Michael Roizen briefly reviews the latest health headlines and then talks with guest Amy Myers, MD, about thyroid disorders.

About 27 million Americans suffer from some type of thyroid problem. From low thyroid to cancer, these problems can be hard to diagnose. Symptoms are usually subtle. Labs often come back normal. So, what should you do?

Dr. Myers' new book, The Thyroid Connection, can help you get to the bottom of your symptoms. Discover how the thyroid works and why such a small organ can make you feel so miserable. Also, learn how to get an accurate diagnosis from your doctor, which treatment options to explore and which lifestyle changes can help you feel your best again.