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Can Low Dose Naltrexone or Colostrum Lower Thyroid Antibodies?



Many people today suffering from different autoimmune disorders  are looking for methods to fix their immune system and specifically their antibodies, which in cases with fibromyalgia, diabetes type 1, Rheumatoid arthritis, Graves’ Disease and Hashimoto’s disease for example,  are acting “really weird”.  In some of the cases the autoimmune system can be overactive (with allergies and asthma), not active enough (cancer or tumors) or “disorganized” (as with the above mentioned disorders). But in all cases, it is unfortunately somewhat  “messed up”.

I don’t know a pill that can fix that issue overnight and lower for example the thyroid antibodies in the cases with Graves’ Disease and Hashimoto’s disease. However, it seems that there are some products today on the market (pharmaceutical or natural) that are very promising in this aspect and can boost the immune system. Two of these products, that recently draw my attention, are Low Dose Naltrexone and Colostrum.  So:

What are these products?

Are they safe?

Are they working?

Can they be used for children as well?

Are they expensive and where we can find them?

I decided to just write an article for my website and post whatever I know there. Feel free to check this out:

Low Dose Naltrexone and Colostrum for Autoimmune disorders

Since I don’t have any personal experience with either one of the products, I’ll appreciate if you have any experience or information to share that on the blog, or on my facebook page so other people can benefit from that information as well:

Thank you very much!

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