News in member area

List of the latest news & updates to member area.

BiochemNordic is constantly researching the health literature and collects important information concerning thyroid function, hormones, anti-aging, and anti-inflammatory compounds.

Facebook group

October 5 – 2018: New BiochemNordic facebook group 

I have created a group on face book intended for discussing diet and health advice for supporting thyroid function and hormonal health. 

I hope people interested in my health recommendations, will help each other with food inspirations, recipes, health challenges etc. I will comment on posts and answer general questions as much as possible, there will also be special things for members. Go to BiochemNordic’s facebook  group.

Cooked mushrooms

September 30 – 2018: New article on the benefits of cooked mushrooms. 

There is a lot of talk about mushrooms in the health community these days. Cooked white button mushrooms have anti-inflammation and anti-cancer properties, they also help clean your intestines. Learn more about why white button mushrooms are better compared to other mushrooms and how to cook them in order to destroy the liver toxins, that are present in all mushrooms. 

UK supplement list

September 17 – 2018: New supplement list for Europe and UK, all suppliers are UK based. 

I have made a supplement list with Ray Peat inspired thyroid supportive supplements. The supplement list includes vitamins, minerals and herbs, as well as hormone supportive supplements, such as progesterone (progest-E), pregnenolone and over the counter natural thyroid supplements, that are only sold through practitioners.  Many of the supplements can be purchased with member discounts.  

DHEA supplements

August 30 – 2018: New article on the benefits and caution of DHEA supplements, has been added to member area:

DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) belongs to the youth associated hormones like pregnenolone and progesterone. A major function of DHEA and the other youth-associated hormones is protection against the toxic actions of cortisol and estrogen. 

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