Updated November 25, 2022
This information is for educational purposes only, to facilitate quality conversations between patients and their personal physician(s). Several additional considerations are required to safely administer any protocol for an individual. This information is NOT intended to diagnose, treat or encourage self-treatment of any medical condition.
Graves disease is the most common form of hyperthyroidism. Graves Disease is an autoimmune condition where the body makes antibodies to the TSH receptor, stimulating it, causing hyperthyroidsm. It is much less prevalent than hypothyroidism.
Like most autoimmune diseases, its cause, and therefore its remedy, is not clear. However, there are cases of Graves that have been reversed by various protocols, some of which use iodine.