Thyroid function is a majorly under-addressed condition. We have thyroid receptors on every cell in the body, which confirms its' importance for all systems. Our thyroid hormones impact energy and cognitive function, mood, emotions, concentration, memory and attention.

The Complete Thyroid Profile Test Measures


Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)

TSH causes the thyroid gland to make two hormones, T3 and T4, which help control the body's metabolism. This test is to confirm whether the thyroid gland and brain thyroid communication are working properly.

T4, Total

A measurement of the total amount of T4 (Thyroxine) in the blood.

T4, Free

Most of the T4 in the body binds to protein – any T4 that does not is called 'Free T4' and circulates unbound in blood. 

T3, Total

T3 (Triiodothyronine) is the most important thyroid hormone for the body's control of metabolism.

T3, Free

Most of the T3 in the body binds to protein, the T3 that does not is called 'Free T3' and circulates unbound in blood.

T3, Reverse

Reverse T3 is converted by the liver from the stored hormone T4. It is the body's main route for removing unneeded T4 every day. Sometimes the body can make too much reverse T3 from a number of causes – chronic emotional, physical, or biological stress, chronic sickness, post surgery, diabetes, ageing, or an acute injury.

Thyroid Peroxidase (TPO) Antibody

Thyroid Peroxidase (TPO) is an important enzyme for producing thyroid hormone. TPO converts T4 to T3. High levels of TPO antibodies can indicate the immune system is mistakenly attacking the enzyme and the thyroid gland, which compromises thyroid function.

Thyroglobulin (Tg) Antibody

Thyroglobulin (Tg) is a protein produced and used by the thyroid gland to make the hormones T3 and T4. High levels of antibodies to Tg, also indicate the immune system is mistakenly attacking the thyroid gland.



Joint Pain





Hair Loss

Memory Issues/Brain Fog

Dry Skin, Brittle Nails

Feeling Tired or Weak

Heightened Sensitivity to Cold

Heavy/Irregular Periods

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Nervous / Moody

Shaky Hands, Fast Heartbeat

Feeling Hot and Sweaty

Increased Bowel

Hair Loss, Fine / Thin Hair

Difficulty Concentrating

Sleep Problems / Restlessness

Goiter / Thyroid Nodules

Weak, Tired or Fatigued

Weight Gain without change

in Eating Habits

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