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Thyrodex T-150 Thyroid Support 60 caps NuMedica

 
NUT4000
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Thyrodex T-150 Thyroid Support 60 caps NuMedica
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Thyrodex T-150 Thyroid Support 60 caps NuMedica



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Retail: $32.95
Our Price: $26.95
Brand: Nutritional Focus
Product Code: NUT4000
Shipping Weight: 0.56 pounds
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Thyrodex T-150 60 caps by NuMedica

Thyrodex T-150 by NuMedica is a powerful thyroid hormone modulator designed to support healthy thyroid function, which in turn may have a positive effect on appetite, energy levels and weight management.

Thyrodex T-150 is a unique blend of herbs, vitamins, and minerals, and Thyrodex T-150 works to support an underactive thyroid.

Free of:
Milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soy.
Gluten Free
Vegetable capsule

Directions for taking Thyrodex:

One capsule daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.


Serving Size: One Tablet

Amount Per Serving:
Vitamin A (as beta carotene) 2,000 IU
Vitamin B-2 (as riboflavin) 0.2 mg
Calcium (as calcium citrate, calcium chelate) 20 mg
Iodine (from Norwegian kelp) 400 mcg
Magnesium (as magnesium oxide) 20 mg
Zinc (as zinc citrate, zinc chelate) 5 mg
Manganese (as manganese citrate, manganese chelate) 5 mg
Potassium (as gluconate) 5 mg
Thyroid (freeze dried) 150 mg
L-Tyrosine 20 mg
Proprietary Blend 170 mg

Proprietary Blend Contains:
Adrenal (freeze dried), pituitary (freeze dried), spleen (freeze dried), thymus (freeze dried), Irish moss seaweed (Chrondus crispus), parsley leaf (Petroselinum crispun), horsetail herb (Equisteum arvense).

Other Ingredients: HPMC vegetable capsule, rice powder, magnesium stearate.


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I have been using this supplement for years now and never needed to take synthroid. - Anonymous

This is a good, supplement for my thyroid. - Anonymous

I take 1 capsule a day for my thyroid supports , thank you for selling this excellent product. - Anonymous

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Some Signs & Symptoms of an Overactive Thyroid

Tachycardia, tachyarrythmia / palpitations, bruit over thyroid gland, hypertension, swelling at the base of the neck, moist skin and increased perspiration, shakiness and tremor, nervousness, confusion, increased appetite, weight loss, difficulty sleeping, swollen, reddened, and bulging eyes, constant stare, sensitivity to light, menstrual difficulties. A thyroid storm is a very serious condition that can result in coma and death. Immediate medical intervention is mandatory. Some signs and symptoms are extreme irritability, hypertension, tachycardia, vomiting, high fever - up to 106 degrees F (41.1 degrees C), delirium, and coma.

Some Signs & Symptoms of an Underactive Thyroid

Fatigue, forgetfulness, cold sensitivity, weight gain, constipation, dray flaky skin, edema of face and outer extremities, upper eyelid droop, thick, brittle nails, dry, sparse hair, slow pulse rate, poor peripheral circulation, decreased libido.

Iodine and Tyrosine

Thyroid hormones are manufactured from iodine and tyrosine. With the advent of iodized salt the incidents of iodine deficiency has been greatly reduced in the United States. However, deficiency is still possible in those individuals that use salt substitutes, sea salt preparations and / or choose not to use salt in cases of hypertension or other medical conditions.

It has been estimated that 25 to 40% of the general adult population suffers from moderate to severe hypothyroidism. This may be due to poor nutrient value in the foods eaten or eating foods that block the synthesis of thyroid hormone.

Tyrosine, which is synthesized in the body from the amino acid phenylalanine, is a precursor of thyroid hormones. It is associated with low blood pressure and low body temperature, which are both indicative of hypothyroid condition. Receiving sufficient amounts of tyrosine from the standard American diet is very difficult; thus supplementation is usually indicated.