Thyroid Health


20 Million Americans have Thyroid issues, and over half of those are unaware of their condition.

The thyroid is a tiny butterfly shaped gland located below your Adam’s apple. Chances are you or a friend is on thyroid medication. You know a little bit about the thyroid, like where it’s located, but do you actually know what the thyroid does? Understanding your thyroid health through lab testing can help you get a head start on combating conditions like hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

The thyroid controls and impacts so many aspects of the body. From metabolism and body temperature to hormones and mood. Symptoms of thyroid diseases can include panic attacks, weight gain (and abnormal weight loss), hair loss, muscle weakness, hair loss, chronic fatigue, among so many other symptoms.

It’s important to check your thyroid levels regularly. Doing so gives you a head start on reversing your condition, in doing so can decrease your risks of developing thyroid cancers and other complications. At My Sacred Life we can work with you to check your thyroid levels and help coach you in the right direction toward a life of health and wellness. We have carefully created a customized lab panel to check thyroid health and take it a step further and look at various “unrelated” bio-markers that could impact your thyroid health.


Micro-nutrient Deficiency

Did you know that there are a number of nutrient deficiency’s that can impact thyroid health. Repleting these missing nutrients can dramatically help your condition. Our customized Thyroid Panel takes this into account which is why we check certain vitamins and minerals that could be a precursor to thyroid dysfunction.*

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My Sacred Life – Thyroid Health, Lab 

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