--The Two I's: Inflammation and Infection. As mentioned, Hashimoto's is definitely an autoimmune disease which is usually a result of elevated inflammation levels. And, as discussed in this article, inflammation can also induce hypothyroidism in other key ways as well. The bottom line is that I think it would be prudent to check your CRP (C-Reactive Protein) levels and make sure they are less than along with any other key markers. For more information on the subject, see my link on Natural Ways to Lower Inflammation . Keep in mind that latent infections can raise inflammation, including things like gum disease and Super Bugs . So get a thorough checkup and keep digging.
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