“My thyroid medication has to be decreased!”
An outgoing 42-year-old mother of five and military wife, Leslie’s life is
full and demanding. She homeschools all her children. Not surprisingly, she rarely
has time for herself.
Seven years ago, Leslie was diagnosed with hypothyroidism and has been on Synthroid
(a synthetic thyroid supplement) ever since.
She felt the Synthroid helped her until last year, when she began to experience
moderate to severe symptoms of perimenopause, especially PMS, bloating and constipation,
chronic fatigue, insomnia, and migraines. She was at a loss and didn’t know
what to do. Her kids rely on her for their daily schooling, but she just couldn’t
muster the energy to do what needed to be done. She knew she needed help.
After finding us on the internet six months ago, Leslie’s been going gangbusters
on her Personal Program and she’s thrilled. After adhering to a strict schedule,
she reports that her bloating and constipation got better right away. A couple of
months later, the PMS and mood swings were gone too. Now even her headaches have
What she never dreamed of was the improvement in her thyroid function. “My
thyroid medication has to be decreased! My doctor keeps calling in lower dosages.
Leslie now understands the combination approach that’s embodied in the Personal
Program. She’s working on making dietary changes and adding time for exercise
in her busy schedule. She’s able to stay motivated because she feels great
and her thyroid function keeps improving. She’s thankful to be back with her
kids, better than ever!
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Last Modified Date: 11/23/2011