The Gallbladder, Thyroid Hormone, and Sex Hormone Connection

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.

  1. Download my Gallbladder and Hormone Recap e-book here.
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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

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