Natural nutritional support for healthy thyroid

Natural Thyroid Supplement
Natural Thyroid Supplement

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Of all the hormonal problems facing society today little is more common than an under active thyroid. It is estimated that as much as 10 percent or more of the population suffers from under-active thyroid. Many tens of thousands are probably borderline. The result of this is increased body weight, difficulty losing weight, brittle hair, thin hair, dry skin, difficulty sleeping, and many other annoying side effects. The natural ingredients in our thyroid support provide the raw materials, which have been clinically shown to assist the thyroid in performing its natural functions more effectively. Supplements for hypothyroid should contain all the known factors for thyroid support. Natural Thyroid Supplement meets this requirement.

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Excerpted from a lecture, Institute of Nutritional Science. Reproduced by permission.

Symptoms of Hypothyroid

Under-active thyroid or hypothyroid has become a very common occurrence in society. It is estimated that as many as 5% of the population have a hypothyroid condition and as many as another 5% may be ‘borderline’ low thyroid and have many low thyroid symptoms. Of all of these people, 80% or 8 out of 10 are women. While we don’t know exactly what causes low thyroid in every case, we do know that hypothyroid is both genetic and hereditary, meaning that it is often passed from one generation to the other, mostly on the maternal side of the bloodlines. In fact, if you are female, and have other females in your family line such as mother, sisters, aunts, grandmother, etc., who have had hypothyroid; your chances are much higher that you too will develop this condition some time in your life. Hypothyroid or low thyroid symptoms can be varied and widespread.

Testing For Hypothyroid

If you have several or all of the low thyroid symptoms such as Depression, Poor Circulation, Poor Stamina, Low Energy, Dry Hair, Dry Skin, High Cholesterol, Brain Fog, Digestive Disorders, and Weight Gain, you may wish to take the Barnes Temperature Test for hypothyroid. Begin by placing a fever thermometer by your bedside before going to bed at night. When you awaken in the morning do not move about or get out of bed, but simply stay still and place the thermometer under your arm for 10 minutes. Remove the thermometer and read & record your temperature. Do this for a week and average your temperature. If your average reading on the temperature test for low thyroid is 97.5 degrees you have a chance of having at least a sluggish thyroid. If however, the temperature test for low thyroid averages 97 degrees or less, it is almost assured that you have a low thyroid condition. You should then see your doctor for a blood test. But beware, you must ask for the right blood test to be really sure. Insist on a full panel test to see if hormone therapy or natural thyroid supplements may be needed.

Natural Thyroid Supplements

There are many natural thyroid supplements that can also produce natural thyroid support.

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