Go Eat! The Butcher and the Vegetarian
It's a local woman's romp through a world of men, meat and moral crises. Tara Austen Weaver's new book is about her attempt as a complete outsider to try to navigate through the world of meat.
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#1 Nov 1, 2010
Let me guess. You turned to alternative medicine combining synthetic T4 Synthroid, Levoxyl, Levothyroxine along with synthetic T3 Cytomel. At least this would be the only choice for me.
According to the veg.ca or the Toronto Vegetarian Association , this condition called hypothyroidism, occurs when blood Type O's, or historical hunters/meat eaters bodies do not to produce enough iodine.
About three percent of the general population is hypothyroid.
Comming in contact with Lithium which contains Iodine-131 and can cause Hypothyroidism.
But Iodine deficiency is the most common cause of hypothyroidism worldwide.
Hypothyroidism can result from postpartum thyroiditis, a condition that affects about 5% of all women within a year of giving birth.
Hypothyroidism can also result from sporadic inheritance, sometimes autosomal recessive.
And get this, this is the biggest. In domesticated dogs, hypothyroidism is a relatively a common disease with some specific breeds having a definite predisposition.
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