Posted 11/9/2017 2:30 PM (GMT -6)
THYROGLOBULIN ANTIBODY <10 IU/mL 0.00 -115.00 means your less than 10 IU and under the 115 lIU limit
THYROID PEROXIDASE ANTIBODIES 10.12 IU/mL 0.00 -34.00 means your 10.12 and under the 35 IU limit
Both are good.
Yes for some reason many "healthy" people have some thyroid antibodies which are under the limit. Over is when its called an autoimmune disese. How they came up with this "Limit" would be interesting to know.
"Does this indicate anything with out considering TSH/T3/ T4 ?" - those three levels can still be normal, high, or low, with or without antibodies.
Thyroid disorder without antibodies is easier to cure. Thyroid disorder with elevated antibodies has more or worse symptoms and only recently been able to cure in rare cases. Regular Dr dont care between the two and just prescribe Rx thyroid hormone- thats what school teaches them, to push meds for big pharma and ignore possible cures. Natural Path Dr have a different veiw on this.
Diet, stress (adrenal hormone), blood sugar, and thyroid are all connected. If one is off, the others have a higher possibility of being affected as well.
Eating what were made to eat helps all of the above. Eliminating boxed food, sugar and gluten can help all of the above.