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But add cold hands and feet, dry or brittle skin and hair, overall tiredness or difficulty keeping your weight down, and you have the classic hallmarks of underactive thyroid function, or hypothyroidism. Conventional tests for thyroid function are notorious for missing problems that could be successfully addressed with minimal hormone replacement treatment, according to literature from the Broda O. Barnes, M.D. Foundation, an organization dedicated to educating the public about thyroid issues, and most doctors only know how to prescribe the synthetic drug Synthroid if clinical results are positive.

The Foundation emphasizes the importance of the self-administered Basal Temperature Test, which is regarded by many complementary physicians and naturopathic doctors to be a more accurate measure of thyroid function than standard tests. For more information on the Broda O. Barnes Foundation, see Resources.

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