Our thyroid hormones can't be too high or too low, but just right for our health

This butterfly-shaped gland at our neck produces hormones that control our metabolism and regulate vital functions like brain development, heart rate and body temperature, among others. — TNS

Did you know that most thyroid-related disorders remain undetected?

Often described as the butterfly-shaped gland, the thyroid gland is situated at the base of our neck and releases triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4) hormones.

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