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Product Code: 1145-NS-TH-60-VL-2

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A HEALTHY THYROID GLAND, YOUR BEST ALLY!

Your Thyroid is responsible for regulating many of your vital body functions, including:

• Body weight
• Cholesterol levels
• Nervous systems
• Breathing
• Muscle strength
• Body temperature
• Heart rate
• Metabolism and much more!

That's why it's essential to provide your thyroid with the nutrients it needs to stay healthy!


Thyroid Helpers is a unique combination of vitamins, minerals, herbs and amino acids, formulated to help maintain normal thyroid activity. Included in the formula are: L-Tyrosine: Recognized as a conditionally essential amino acid, some individuals are unable to naturally produce sufficient levels of L-Tyrosine and must obtain it from outside sources. This amino acid plays a key role in the production of the thyroid hormones Thyroxine and Triiodothyronine. Kelp and Bladderwrack: Providing naturally-occurring levels of the essential mineral Iodine which plays a vital role in the formation of thyroid hormones. Schizandra and Ashwagandha: Used for centuries as a part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, these two herbs are thought to have a beneficial impact on individuals with an underactive thyroid. Cayenne: This herb is included for its potential benefits in helping to increase circulation, ensuring that essential nutrients are effectively distributed throughout the body. Copper, Magnesium, Manganese, Molybdenum, Selenium and Zinc: These essential minerals are crucial for the production of thyroid hormones and thyroid function. Vitamin B-12: The most chemically complex of all vitamins, B-12 plays an extremely important role in the body, including normal thyroid function. A slight deficiency of vitamin B-12 can lead to anemia, fatigue, mania, and depression, while a long-term deficiency can cause permanent damage to the brain and central nervous system.

THYROID HELPERS
CONTENT: 60 Capsules per bottle
SUGGESTED USE: 2 capsules daily preferably with meals.



ALL ABOUT YOUR THYROID GLAND AND HOW IT CAN AFFECT
YOUR WEIGHT, MOOD, CHOLESTEROL AND MORE!

Your thyroid gland is a small gland, normally weighing less than one ounce, located in the front of the neck. It is made up of two halves, called lobes, that lie along the windpipe (trachea) and are joined together by a narrow band of thyroid tissue, known as the isthmus.


The thyroid's hormones regulate your vital body functions, including:

• Body weight
• Cholesterol levels
• Nervous systems
• Breathing
• Muscle strength
• Body temperature
• Heart rate
• Metabolism and much more!


T3 - T4 EXPLAINED AND HOW THEY CAN REALLY MESS YOU UP IF OUT OF WHACK

The function of your thyroid gland is to take iodine, found in many foods, and convert it into the thyroid hormones T4 and T3.
Thyroid cells are the only cells in the body which can absorb iodine. These cells combine iodine and the amino acid tyrosine to compose T3 and T4.

T3 and T4 travel in your bloodstream to reach almost every cell in your body. The hormones regulate the speed with which your cells/metabolism work.
For example, T3 and T4 regulate your heart rate and how fast your intestines process food. So if your levels are low, your heart rate may be slower than normal, and you may have constipation/weight gain.
If T3 and T4 levels are high, you may have a rapid heart rate and diarrhea/weight loss.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HYPERTHYROIDISM & HYPOTHYROIDISM, AND, THE SYMPTOMS

If T3 and T4 levels are high, the pituitary gland releases less TSH to the thyroid gland to slow production of these hormones, this is called hyperthyroidism.
If you suffer from many of the symptoms listed below, you may be suffering from hyperthyroidism:

Hair loss
Irritability or moodiness
Nervousness
Sweating or sensitivity to high temperatures
Shaking & Hand trembling
Hyperactivity
Missed, light or irregular menstrual periods
Anxiety


When T3 and T4 levels are low in the blood, the pituitary gland releases more TSH to tell the thyroid gland to produce more thyroid hormones, this is called hypothyroidism
If you suffer from many of the symptoms listed below, you may be suffering from hypothyroidism you should expect:

Depression
Trouble sleeping
Tiredness and fatigue
Difficulty concentrating
Dry skin and hair
Sensitivity to cold temperature
Frequent, heavy periods
Joint and muscle pain


But before you begin to worry, let me reassure you that there are many ways to support your thyroid easily and naturally.
The way you eat can actually help, or hurt, our thyroid gland but thankfully, with a little planning, we can get the nutrients our thyroid needs, in many foods and in dietary supplements like Thyroid Helpers.

I know it’s not always easy to eat properly and the right amount we need to keep everything running smoothly, at times it gets overwhelming because we have to think of so many things!....food our brain needs, our liver needs, our skin needs, our hair needs…. who has time to go through the check list and prepare that variety each and every single day???
That is exactly why I started developing my own line of supplements and makeup when I was in my late 30’s. Because I knew my busy schedule would not permit me to do the things I needed to do to maintain all my organs and skin at their healthiest. And I knew that if I wanted to maintain my looks and health, I really needed to find a solution!

So back to the Thyroid Gland…. Thyroid Helpers were designed to give your body specific vitamins and minerals your Thyroid needs to properly do its job. And at 2 capsules daily, it couldn’t get easier!

You don't want to take supplements? No problem... Here are foods that support your thyroid

I always recommend eating healthy and staying fit....SO if you would rather follow a balanced diet rather that take 2 capsules per day, here is a recommendation of foods that will provide equivalent results and keep that Thyroid properly nourished. But you must make sure to provide this nourishment daily to maintain that balance. I generally try to follow these food recommendations and take capsules on the days I feel my busy schedule kept me from eating all that my body needs.

Selenium, found in:
Tuna, beef, mushrooms, sunflower seeds, Brazil nuts, halibut, soybeans & organ meats.
Iodine, found in:
Kelp, nori, hijiki kombu, dulse, arame & wakame, Haddock, clams, salmon, shrimp, oysters, sardines,
Iodized sea salt, Eggs, spinach, garlic, asparagus, Swiss chard, mushrooms, summer squash, sesame seeds, lima beans.
Zinc, found in:
Beef, turkey, lamb, fresh oysters, sardines, soybeans, walnuts, sunflower seeds, Brazil nuts, pecans, almonds, split peas, ginger root, whole grains, maple syrup.
Copper, found in:
Crabmeat, oysters, lobster, beef, nuts, sunflower seeds, beans (white beans, chickpeas, soybeans), shitake mushrooms, pearled barley, tomato paste, dark chocolate.
Iron, found in:
Organ meats, oysters, clams, spinach, lentils, soybeans, white beans, pumpkin seeds, blackstrap molasses.
Vitamin B12, found in: Shell fish, liver, mackerel, crab, silken tofu, all bran cereal, red meat like beef, skim milk, swiss cheese and chicken eggs.




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