Tag Archives: B12

Depression and Anxiety- Is It Your Thyroid?

Research has found a link between hypothyroidism and depression. For instance, there’s some evidence that people with depression tend to have higher rates of hypothyroidism than the general population (such as this study). A 2004 study found that 38 percent of older patients with hypothyroidism also reported symptoms of depression. Unfortunately, hypothyroidism often goes undiagnosed. […]

Tests to Understand Depression and Anxiety in Thyroid Disease-Organic Acid Testing

Using The Organic Acid Test To Understand Some of The Potential Mechanisms behind Depression, Brain Fog and Anxiety in people who suffer with Thyroid disease. Everyday in practice I have the opportunity to work with patients who are affected by depression and anxiety and it is a rare circumstance that I don’t find subclinical thyroid disorder […]

Lyme Disease and EBV Infections Seen With Adrenal Fatigue

How hidden or stealth infections may be the cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome When we look at some of the more common causes of Adrenal Fatigue we often think of prolonged stress, Sex Hormone Imbalances, dysglycemia, and finally inflammation as being the primary culprits. However what if you have addressed these with your holistic […]

Why People With Hashimoto’s should Have their B12 levels Checked

People affected by Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism must check their B12 levels Do you know that Vitamin B12 deficiency is very common and as many as two-fifths of the population may suffer from this deficiency or have lower than normal ranges of this vitamin? This can be significant since B12 deficiency has similar symptoms as more serious […]

Is MTHFR Mutations Associated with Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome- Dr Hagmeyer Explains

The Connection Between MTHFR and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome Both Methyl-Tetrahydrofolatereductase (MTHFR) mutations and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome (AFS) are becoming increasing prevalent as more people get tested for it. While both of these conditions can exist as isolated syndromes, they are often found together when you look at the BIG Picture and causes behind Adrenal Fatigue.  This should make perfect […]

Should You Eat Oats If You Have Problems With Gluten?

Dr. Richard Hagmeyer,DC -Chicago-IL, explains why Oats are a dangerous food if you have gluten sensitivity or Celiac disease. The package of oatmeal claims to be gluten free.” So It must free of gluten. Right? That all depends on how we “define” gluten. New research is showing that this is a bigger problem than what […]

Vitamin B12 Deficiency And Hashimoto’s

Do you have Vitamin B12 deficiency along with Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism? You may think that in the modern world, vitamin deficiency is rare, but it is relatively prevalent thanks to poor dietary habits and reduced absorption due to various problems in the digestive system. And Vitamin B12 deficiency is quite common particularly among vegetarians and vegans, […]

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth- A Common Problem with IBS Sufferers

Dr Hagmeyer explains exactly what you need to know If you suspect Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)- A Common Problem with IBS Sufferers Have you ever just finished eating and start to feel so bloated that it feels like a struggle just to keep your pants buckled? Patients often tell me about how they wake […]

Bloating, Stomach Distension, Diarrhea After Eating? SIBO Series Part I

Part one of a four part video series on SIBO. Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth occurs when the bacteria in the large intestines get out of balance and overgrow into areas of the small intestine where they don’t belong. This happens for a number of reasons and over this E-Video course, I will be sharing the causes, testing, the […]

Thyroid and Toxicity| Your Livers Role in Detoxification and Health

The liver is a complex organ that is involved in many different metabolic and immune processes. If it is not functioning properly, then a number of bodily processes may be thrown off. In many cases, a poorly functioning liver is responsible, at least in part, for thyroid issues and hormonal imbalances. Sadly, many medical doctors […]