Right now, I am dealing with metabolic syndrome and thyroid issues (fine TSH levels, but enlarged thyroid).
THS isn't valid as defined at present.
Check this out (short):
That's why they always had to take into account "symptoms" to make THS a valid
Here's my take.....
TSH levels are "fine" if they are between .2 and 2.0
Anything above 2 may make it hard to lose excess weight.
The article states that if the THS limit was 3, that would make 20% of the population hypothyroid.
And what percentage of the population is overweight?
Yeah, sounds about right to me.
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