I recently wrote an article all about the importance of your T3 (Read: How high should my T3 be). How you need to have not too much, or too little, in order to secure your health. The article caused lots of great questions to come in.
Many people have been told that their pituitary gland makes their TSH and T3 levels unreliable. I want to explore more about what they asked, what it means, and what they (and what you) can do about it. Let’s talk more about your optimal T3 levels!