Hypothyroidism and Selenium Deficiency – Thyroid & Gut Health

I’ve written a lot of articles about thyroid health. Many of my patients have gut health problems but a significant number of those also have autoimmune thyroiditis such as Hashimoto’s disease or Grave’s disease. The most common form of hypothyroidism is autoimmune disease in the form Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.  Most people with Hashimoto’s are women.  Thyroid … Read more

Parkinson’s Disease, Hypothyroidism and Tremors – Thyroid and Gut Health

I don’t make it a common practice to write about particular patients and their results under my care.  However, a patient named Janice T. has a story that must be told.  Janice gave me permission to write about her so that others like her could possibly get help the same way that she did. I’m … Read more

Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Gut Inflammation – Thyroid & Gut Health

A lot has happened since I began doing lab tests and working with patients nutritionally. I’m healthier, and my family is healthier. Some of the great joy that I have experienced are some of the wonderful patient experiences I’ve had have in treating my very own Mom and Dad. It was around 2 a.m. over … Read more

Breathe for Better Digestive Health – Thyroid & Gut Health

I consult with patients from around the globe who have been to “specialty” clinics and weren’t able to get help. Many have even resorted to seeking out “natural” doctors or home remedies and failed in those efforts as well. Some “do better” for a while but then get frustrated because it can be really difficult … Read more

The Link Between Weight Loss, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Diabetes – Thyroid & Gut Health

Millions of people worldwide suffer chronically from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). It’s no secret that obesity rates are skyrocketing as well. Many people develop digestive problems and since those problems began, they also get Type 2 Diabetes and gain weight. Weight that is hard to lose. So many try different fad diets with temporary success … Read more

Natural Options for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) – Thyroid & Gut Health

My practice is built around working with people who want to feel better naturally without over the counter drugs, prescription medications and/or surgery. I am well known for my unique and natural treatment methods for chronic and debilitating conditions such as chronic and severe low back and leg pain, hip pain, neck pain, fibromyalgia, and … Read more

Adrenal Fatigue Related to “Catabolism”, IBS and SIBO – Thyroid & Gut Health

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) are severe health problems that affect millions of people worldwide. Many people are left frustrated after trying numerous conventional or traditional methods in their desperate attempts to find relief that didn’t work or in some cases made them worse. How are IBS and SIBO related … Read more

Adrenal Gland Fatigue and Homeostasis – Thyroid & Gut Health

Through the years, I have worked with many patients to help them become healthier. One common occurrence is that most patients have multiple problems going on with multiple internal body systems all at the same time. The reason for this is that the body is a “homeostatic” organism. Homeostasis means balanced. The word homeostasis is … Read more

Is Good Digestion Dependent on Cholesterol? – Thyroid & Gut Health

Statin drugs are the most prescribed medication for high cholesterol and triglycerides. Cholesterol lowering medications will lower cholesterol but one of the most common side effects of statins is muscle and joint aches/pains. That is because statins can cause a potentially serious condition called rhabdomyolysis (a breakdown of muscle tissue). How does Digestion Work? Digestion … Read more

The Tonsillectomy and Leaky Gut Syndrome Link – Thyroid & Gut Health

I realize that you might be thinking, “Really, Dr. Currie.  Are you saying that having my tonsils removed could impact my health in a negative way and even affect my digestion”? Yes, I am saying that it is possible.  Not only is it possible, but digestive imbalances can be a significant contributor to the overall … Read more