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Facebook Page on Low Body Temperature Offers Free Coupon Codes to Fans

Thu, 04/21/2011 - 10:32am
Bio-Medicine.Org

LADY LAKE, Fla., April 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Denis Wilson's Facebook page on Wilson's Temperature Syndrome has recently started offering coupon codes to their fans. These coupon codes entitle them to free shipping of the products available on the wilsonssyndrome.com website. Wilson's Temperature Syndrome, a condition causing low body temperature is likely due to decreased conversion of thyroxine to triiodothyronine. This reversible condition causes low body temperatures, which in turn can cause severe metabolic abnormalities characteristic of decreased thyroid functioning, even when thyroid blood tests are normal.

Dr. Denis Wilson says that details of dietary supplement products are given on the product website available at http://www.wtsmedproducts.com/. The products include the trio of Thyrocare, Healthy Foundation and Adaptogen, the combination of which is designed to compensate for many nutritional deficiencies that exist in the routine diet of many people. These products help maintain normal body temperatures. As a result, the metabolic rate of the body and the appropriate level of functioning of the endocrine system are supported.

At http://www.wilsonssyndrome.com/, Dr. Denis Wilson is increasing awareness of the importance of a low body temperature, its diagnosis, associated symptoms, treatment with T3 (thyroid hormone), and supporting good health. The website also offers information products, which include a patient book and a doctor's manual. These are available for free in downloadable formats as well. A special, accuracy tested, non-mercury liquid metal thermometer used to measure low body temperature is also described and offered through the website. The website also has a significant number of informative articles on thyroid problems that are connected with Wilson's Temperature Syndrome.

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