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Conversion of t4 to t3 thyroid hormone

Your body must convert T4 into T3 (the active form) in order to use it. If the conversion of T4 to T3 is poor, then you may experience some of the common hypothyroid symptoms like fatigue, depression, sensitivity to cold temperatures, difficulty concentrating, and more.

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Hypothyroidism and IBS

If you have IBS, you may be more likely to also have hypothyroidism. One small study found that 19 percent of people with IBS also had a thyroid disorder.

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Hashimoto's vs. Graves'

Hashimoto’s and Graves’ are both autoimmune disorders affecting the thyroid, a butterfly-shaped gland located at the front of your neck. In both of these conditions, the body creates differing antibodies that attack and damage the thyroid gland.

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SIBO and Hypothyroidism

SIBO and hypothyroidism commonly occur together. One study found over 50 percent of the subjects with hypothyroidism also had SIBO compared to just 5 percent of healthy controls.

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Autoimmune Disease After Pregnancy

Researchers aren’t 100 percent certain why women experience more autoimmune disease in postpartum. However, there are many complex hormonal and immune-related shifts that occur during pregnancy.

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How is MRT different from other food sensitivity tests?

MRT is different from other food sensitivity tests because MRT captures ALL types of food sensitivity reactions (type III and IV). MRT indirectly measures the release of inflammatory chemicals called mediators.