11 Reasons for Low Thyroid Function

by: Marc Bubbs, ND

Research reveals key pathways to supporting a healthy gland.

11 Reasons for Low Thyroid Function By Marc Bubbs, ND How often have you heard a client say, "I have a slow thyroid"? Did you do an inward eye roll, thinking it was just another excuse to shirk exercise? Well, it’s possible your client isn’t being hyperbolic. An estimated 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease, and women are five to eight times more likely than men to be affected (ATA 2016).

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Fitness Journal, Volume 13, Issue 10

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About the Author

Marc Bubbs, ND

Marc Bubbs, ND IDEA Author/Presenter

Dr. Marc Bubbs, ND is a Naturopathic Doctor, Speaker, Director of Nutrition for the Canadian Men's Olympic Basketball Team and Author of The Paleo Project – A 21st Century Guide to Looking Leaner, Getting Stronger, & Living Longer. Dr. Bubbs is also a regular contributor to Breaking Muscle, ThePaleoDiet.com, Re-Find Health and a Nutrition Advisory board member of Strong Magazine, as well as the host of the Dr. Bubbs Performance Podcast.