How To Save Yourself From The Thyroid Cover-Up
Did you know that Pennsylvania leads the U.S. in the incidence of thyroid cancer?
Mainstream cancer researchers do NOT want anyone thinking that Three Mile Island could have anything to do with this, and will vehemently deny radiation is responsible for the increase.
Meanwhile government e-mails themselves reveal that the Fukushima disaster could skyrocket thyroid cancer rates even further.
A third of U.S. children born on the west coast already have thyroid problems. So what’s in store for the rest of us as we age?
“Since the mid-1970s, the incidence of thyroid cancer in the United States has more than tripled,” says researcher Dr. David Goldenberg, a professor of surgery and medicine at the Penn State College of Medicine. “Thyroid cancer is now the seventh leading type of cancer in the nation. It typically occurs in young women and is projected to become the third most common cancer in women by 2019.”
Most of the thyroid cancer increase is due to increases in what’s called papillary thyroid cancer, which, fortunately, is relatively easy to treat. More than 90 percent of people with this type of thyroid cancer can survive it for at least 30 years.
Papillary thyroid cancer does not produce any symptoms unless it is very advanced. Most people only discover they have this illness when a doctor examines them.
But it’s hard to ignore a diagnosis of thyroid cancer and tell someone they are fine and one can just live with it.
Your chances of thyroid cancer increase if you are exposed to radiation, are of Asian descent, are female or have other family members who have had the cancer.
To protect your thyroid, the first thing you need is more iodine. Unfortunately, the prevailing opinion of most endocrinologists and of mainstream doctors is that this will harm you. It is not true. And you do not get enough from iodized salt. Only 10% of it is bioavailable. Where will you get the rest that you need?
The government’s recommended daily intake for iodine is only 150 micrograms per day. Not only is this clearly not enough, but it’s low enough to make one think they want you to get thyroid cancer. We are exposed to bromine, fluoride, and chlorine repeatedly in our environment, which are toxic to the thyroid. The expert who leads the field in this research, Dr. David Brownstein gives his patients from 6-50 mg per day.
If you’re feeling tired, listless or even depressed, you might have low thyroid function. If you click here, you can read Dr. Michael Cutler’s special report on alternative thyroid treatments that can restore optimal thyroid function and help you feel your best.