An MSM user asks, “Can taking sulfur help a thyroid condition? A physician I’ve seen recommends T3 thyroid hormone to address my low body temperature, which he attributes to WTS (Wilson’s thyroid syndrome), a medical condition not recognized by the mainstream.”

The thyroid regulates hormone levels in the body. As part of the amino acid complex, sulfur should help your thyroid therapy work better because of how it affects every cell in the body. However, its inclusion in your diet is not intended to directly address hormonal imbalances caused by your thyroid. Since I am not a licensed or qualified medical practitioner, I suggest that you consult your physician for expert advice.

Can taking sulfur correct a thyroid condition?

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