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The Thyroidless Life

Sep 26, 2022

There’s a major connection between the gallbladder and our hormones, and the fact that they’re so easily removed without properly understanding the underlying cause is problematic. We’re really missing a window to get down to some serious issues if we treated gallbladder issues as the tip of the iceberg. 

In this episode I discuss the connection between the two, where to start if you want to dig deeper, what to do if you don’t have a gallbladder, and what to do if you do have a gallbladder.

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  1. Thyroid dysfunction, either hyper or hypothyroidism, promotes gallstone formation by different mechanisms
  2. The relationship between the thyroid gland and the liver
  3. Association between thyroid function and gallstone disease

  4. New insights into the molecular mechanisms underlying effects of estrogen on cholesterol gallstone formation



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