How to safely and effectively treat hypothyroidism

Proper nutrition is among the first lines of defense against hypothyroidism. An under-active thyroid is frequently the result of nutritional deficiencies and, once these deficiencies have been reversed, thyroid function usually improves.

Meet Boston Bioidentical Hormones Expert, Joseph Kaye, M.D.

Oftentimes my patients have seen multiple doctors and although they were getting some symptom relief from various medications, they really want to get to the root of the problem – they want an answer as to why they have chronic fatigue – fibromyalgia – abnormally low testosterone levels – and more importantly, what can be done to fix it. When you get to the root cause of illness, you can not only reverse the process, but also improve the patients overall quality of life.

Dr. Joseph Kaye’s Response to NY Times Article

As a physician practicing Integrative Holistic Internal Medicine, I spend close to 45 minutes of the 90 minutes allotted for my initial consults simply explaining optimal nutrition. I debunk fallacies such as the need to eat 5-9 servings of grain per day and that “a calorie is a calorie.” I put my patients on a Paleolithic diet that replicates the foods we evolved to eat.