• Do you think that armour thyroid would increase the risks as well. I wonder if this was ever studied.

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    • Eva, great question. Thanks for posting it. The reason I do not prescribe Armour Thyroid is not because of pork tapeworms, which would not beEva, great question. Thanks for posting it. The reason I do not prescribe Armour Thyroid is not because of pork tapeworms, which would not be considered infective if all ground up to powder and place within a tablet. I won't prescribe Armour Thyroid because of the possibility that it may contain prions, which cause Mad cow disease in cattle and cause Jakob-Creuztfeld encephalopathy in humans. This dementia looks very much like Alzheimer's dementia.

      Prions are smaller then viruses, and are not technically "alive". Yet, they cannot be destroyed with super-high temperatures (pressure-heated steam to 800 degrees) nor by freezing cold, nor by bleach or formaldehyde or the other toxic chemicals used as anti-septics.

      Thus prions can still cause brain deterioration even after all that humans can do to render them non-infective.

      Prions have been discovered in many domestic animals used for food, as well as in deer and elk in the wild.

      For all the studies proving this, see the books by Howard Lyman, the mad cowboy. He advised Oprah Winfrey in her defense against the lawsuit launched at her by the cattlemen. Oprah won.
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