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|Comprehensive Thyroid |
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Our Thyroid Support is third-party tested by an unbiased, independent organization. This approach ensures that it meets exacting specifications, and that it is safe! Also, our Thyroid Support has a lot number, batch number, and expiration date printed on the bottom of the bottle for traceability and transparency. In fact, you can view a sample Certificate of Analysis below!
Our thyroid blend contains the highest quality ingredients, including 100% of the DV of iodine for complete thyroid support. Instead of sourcing multiple products, you get it all in just 2 easy-to-swallow capsules.
- Vitamin B12 100 mcg
- Iodine 150 mcg
- Magnesium 200 mg
- Zinc 8 mg
- Selenium 200 mcg
- Copper 0.2 mg
- Manganese 2 mg
- Molybdenum 50 mcg
- L-Tyrosine 300 mg
- Schisandra Powder 240 mg
- Ashwagandha Root Powder 200 mg
- Bladderwrack Powder 50 mg
- Cayenne Pepper Powder 30 mg
- Kelp 38 mg
We include 60 capsules in each bottle. A capsule count of 60 is optimal compared to higher capsules counts to maintain the same freshness and potency from the moment you open the bottle, to the last capsule.
Customer safety is our highest priority. That's why all of our supplements are manufactured in a FDA-Registered, GMP-Certified facility in the United States. And we take testing seriously. All of our products are tested four times throughout our supply chain. Once, when we receive raw ingredients, again during manufacturing, with further testing on finished products. Finally products are third-party tested by an unbiased, independent organization. This approach ensures our products meet exacting specifications, and that they’re safe. All raw materials and finished products are tested in the United States.
Our Thyroid Support supplement is made with natural, Non-GMO ingredients. It is free of dairy, gluten, wheat, and yeast. It also doesn’t contain any harmful artificial colors and flavors, sugar, and artificial sweeteners.
Iodine is a mineral obtained through the diet. Iodine's only role in the body is to create thyroid hormones T3 and T4. Though iodine may only have one role, its importance cannot be underestimated. The thyroid gland essentially combines iodine with tyrosine to make these hormones which are then released into the blood to control metabolism. Every single cell in the body depends on these hormones for their metabolism.
Though zinc, copper, and selenium are trace minerals, they are an integral part of thyroid function. For instance, zinc has multiple roles. For one, it helps synthesize thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) and thus this hormone cannot be created in the levels needed if there isn’t a sufficient level of zinc. In turn, thyroid hormones are essential for the absorption of zinc. This dual-relationship creates a large problem for hypothyroid patients as one is needed for the others function. Additionally, zinc plays an important role in converting T4 into T3 (active form).
Other benefits of zinc include:
- assists in regulating immune function
- helps treat diarrhea
- regulations neural communication aiding memory and learning
- may shorten the duration on colds
- plays a role in maintaining the structure of skin and hair
- has been used to treat skin conditions including acne, eczema, and psoriasis
Copper, the third most abundant trace mineral in the body, also aids in hormone production. It stimulates the production of T4 and also synthesizes molecules responsible for stimulating TSH.
Other benefits of copper include:
- strengthens blood vessels, bones, tendons, and nerves
- helps maintain fertility
- ensures healthy pigmentation of skin and hair
Selenium may be the most important mineral for thyroid function after iodine. The enzyme responsible for converting T4 into its active form (T3) is a protein containing selenium. Zinc is responsible for the health of this protein, as mentioned earlier. Selenium is also responsible for healthy thyroid hormone metabolism.
Other benefits of selenium include:
- powerful antioxidant
- ability to reduce DNA damage and oxidative stress
- boosts your immune system
Without sufficient amounts of these thyroid hormones, metabolism is impaired which results in many of the symptoms that our customers experience. This is precisely why we have included these minerals in our Thyroid Support supplement.
Given that magnesium plays a role in hundreds of biochemical processes in the body, it is not surprising that it also plays an important role in thyroid health. Studies state that a magnesium deficiency may lead to decreased iodine uptake. Put simply, magnesium plays a critical role in the biochemical processes that create ATP, or energy, that allows organisms to function. Specifically, your body will not have the energy required to utilize a process that absorbs iodine. Therefore, a deficiency in magnesium can affect your body’s ability to uptake iodine, leading to a drop in thyroid hormone synthesis.
Other benefits of magnesium include:
- essential for healthy bone formation
- helpful in combating migraines and headaches
- alleviates symptoms of PMS
- beneficial for cardiovascular health
Very little is known about these two trace minerals. What we do know is that both are cofactors for various enzymatic functions. In fact, manganese helps synthesize T4 which as we learned is an inactive form that must be converted to T3. It also aids in the absorption of magnesium, which as we know, is required for the uptake of iodine. Molybdenum-dependent enzymes play a role in T3 release.
Vitamin B12 is essential for healthy cells, creating DNA, anemia prevention, and it plays a role in thyroid health. In fact, B12 deficiency is common in individuals suffering from hypothyroidism, a condition in which the thyroid gland is not able to produce enough thyroid hormone. Symptoms of B12 deficiency include fatigue/tiredness, muscle weakness, constipation/digestive issues, depression, and memory problems. Many of these symptoms overlap with those of an underfunctioning thyroid. As a result, including vitamin B12 in our thyroid supplement is highly beneficial to both hypothyroid sufferers and healthy individuals alike.
Other benefits of B12 include:
- essential for red blood cell formation
- improves mood and symptoms of mood disorders
- improves energy levels
- supports healthy hair, skin, and nails
Tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid, meaning that your body is capable of producing it and thus it usually isn’t necessary to obtain it from your diet. It combines with iodine to create the important thyroid hormones T3 and T4. It is also responsible for manufacturing important neurotransmitters, which explains why so many customers taking our Thyroid Support report improved moods. Unfortunately, those with hypothyroidism have lower levels of tyrosine.
Every cell in the body relies on thyroid hormones for their metabolism.
Without the aforementioned constituents, thyroid function is impaired.
We cannot underestimate their importance.
Other benefits of Tyrosine include:
- improves alertness following sleep deprivation
- may reduce age related wrinkles
- may contain anti-stress effects
Ashwagandha is an ancient herb used in Ayurvedic healing – an Indian branch of medicine similar to Chinese medicine. It’s an adaptogenic herb used for stress relief, energy increase, and treatment of mental illness. The biologically active chemical constituents of ashwagandha include alkaloids, steroidal lactones (withanolides, withaferin) and saponins. These constituents possess a variety of capabilities. For one, their antioxidant capacities have been shown to prevent free radical damage in mice and rabbits. Additionally, the withanolides contain antidepressant activities; specifically, they have been shown to reduce levels of tribulin in rats, which is an anxiety marker. Ashwagandha’s constituents also contain anti inflammatory capabilities as they’ve reduced inflammation in induced mice and rats.
Schisandra is a type of berry that grows on a deciduous vine. Also an adaptogenic herb, schisandra contains lignans, which are plant chemicals that are beneficial in stress hormone regulation. It’s other active ingredients possess anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-cell death, and neurotransmitter regulating capabilities.
Bladderwrack and kelp are two plants that grow in seawater. The common constituent between these two plants is iodine. As we mentioned earlier, iodine combines with tyrosine to make the thyroid hormones T3 and T4.
Cayenne pepper is traditionally used in cooking to spice up dishes and bring out the flavors of the food. This spicy pepper contains capsaicin, a colorless constituent that has been used for a variety of ailments. First off, it increases blood flow and circulation. Thyroid hormones are released into the bloodstream to control metabolism throughout the body. Improved circulation would naturally improve the distribution of these hormones. Improved circulation may also account for reducing sensitivity to cold (hands and feet no longer cold).
Ingredients in our Thyroid Support blend were chosen because of their scientific backing. Each of these ingredients is backed with clinical research trials showing proven benefits to the thyroid gland. Our bodies are all different and each of us have different levels of thyroid function. While the ingredients in Thyroid Support are all proven effective, they may work to varying degrees for different people.
A thyroid imbalance can cause difficulty losing weight by slowing down your metabolism. Additionally, a 2017 study published in the International Journal of Obesity measured thyroid hormone levels in 569 overweight and obese individuals. Three times over the course of 2 years, their thyroid hormone levels and biochemical parameters were measured. The researchers concluded that higher T3 and T4 levels predicted more weight loss. Given that iodine and tyrosine combine to create these thyroid hormones, these findings suggest that individuals struggling with weight loss would benefit from taking these two components to increase their T3 and T4 levels, resulting in optimized metabolism.
Yes! Usually, individuals with proper nutrition and an active lifestyle should be full of energy. Unfortunately it seems that many people cannot function without their morning cup of coffee. For some, the lack of energy and chronic fatigue makes even starting the day or getting out of bed an exhaustive task.
Common symptoms include:
- complete exhaustion even after a full night of sleep
- complete loss of energy
- intense fatigue causing you to sleep for much of the day
- trouble maintaining energy
- trouble getting up in the morning
- intense brain fog
- memory problems
- inability to concentrate
- total lack of focus
- feeling run down
There are many factors that contribute to this feeling of complete lethargy:
1) Lack of sleep, chronic sleep problems, insomnia
2) Mood disorders, depression, tragic life occurrences such as death of a loved one
3) An unrealistically busy schedule
4) Hormonal disruptions caused by a variety of diseases (ie. hypothyroidism, menopause, etc)
Any one of these factors or a combination of many of them can result in debilitating symptoms leaving you exhausted, tired, disinterested, and unable to perform even the simplest of tasks. Unfortunately, covering up your symptoms with medications, caffeine, or necessity may lead to the worsening of your symptoms, or ‘crashes’ throughout the day. If you’re not sure why you feel so energy deficient, it may be due to a hormonal-associated problem.
Each of the 14 ingredients in our Thyroid Support has been carefully selected to address and assist a host of biochemical and physiological processes that are linked to hormones in some way. Let’s explore some of them in scientific articles.
Some symptoms of an underactive thyroid include:
- fatigue/lack of energy
- memory problems
- dry skin and hair
- slowed metabolism/weight gain
- trouble losing weight
- hot flashes or feeling cold all the time
- missed periods or an irregular menstrual cycle
- intense PMS symptoms