Thyroid Health Club Advanced Thyroid Support Formula Supplement with Iodine and L-Tyrosine

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Advanced Thyroid Support Formula From Thyroid Health Club Helps Support A Healthy Thyroid Function If you suffer from an underactive thyroid gland (also known as hypothyroidism), then you may be experiencing one or more of the following symptoms:* Constipation* Depression* Dry skin and hair* Fatigue* Feeling cold* Hair loss* Inability to concentrate* Lack of energy* Poor memory* Weight gainAll of the above can be caused by your thyroid gland not producing enough Thyroxine and Triiodothyronine, which are vital hormones that regulate your body’s metabolism, and much more.Thyroid Health Club To The Rescue!Our advanced formula contains a carefully selected blend of herbs, minerals, and amino acids to support a healthy thyroid function:* L-Tyrosine, an amino acid that plays a key role in the production of your thyroid hormones.* Bladderwrack and Kelp, which provide naturally occurring levels of iodine that is crucial to the formulation of Thyroxine and Triiodothyronine.* Schisandra and Ashwagandha, used for centuries as part of Traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic Medicine.* Cayenne, for its potential benefits in helping to increase circulation, ensuring essential nutrients are effectively distributed throughout the body.* Copper, Magnesium, Manganese, Molybdenum, and Zinc, essential minerals also required for a healthy thyroid function.* Vitamin B-12, which plays many important roles in the body, including regulation of your thyroid function.Note that our Advanced Thyroid Support is NOT recommended for hyperthyroidism (i.e. an overactive thyroid), because with this condition, your body is producing too many thyroid hormones.Get Your Advanced Thyroid Support Formula From Thyroid Health Club Today And Help Normalize Your Thyroid Function.

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Why are thyroid hormones important?

Thyroid hormones help all your organs work well. They control how your body uses food for energy.

What Do Thyroids DoThyroid hormones affect your metabolism rate, which means how fast or slow your brain, heart, muscles, liver, and other parts of your body work.

If your body works too fast or too slowly, you won’t feel well. For example, if you don’t have enough thyroid hormone, you might feel tired and cold. Or, if you have too much thyroid hormone, you might feel nervous, jumpy, and warm.

How does the thyroid gland work?

Your thyroid gland is controlled by the pituitary (pah-TOO-ah-tare-ee) gland, a pea-sized gland located at the base of your brain. The pituitary gland keeps checking the amount of thyroid hormone in your blood. Then it tells your thyroid to make more or less hormone so there’s always the right amount.

Your thyroid uses iodine to make thyroid hormone. Iodine comes from food, mainly seafood and dairy products. It is also added to salt since it can be hard to get enough from food.

Your thyroid gland is located in the front of your neck.

WORDS TO KNOW

endocrinologist (EN-doh-krih-NOLL-uh-jist): a doctor who treats people who have endocrine gland problems or hormone problems such as thyroid problems.

endocrine (EN-doh-krin) gland: a group of cells that makes hormones and sends them into the blood to have effects on other cells.

goiter (GOY-ter): an enlarged thyroid

hormone (HOR-mohn): a chemical made in an endocrine gland in one part of the body. The hormone is sent through the blood to another part of the body, where it helps other cells do their job.

hypothyroidism (hi-poh-THY-royd-izm): when your thyroid gland doesn’t make enough thyroid hormone (“hypo” means ‘under’ or ‘below’).

hyperthyroidism (hi-purr-THY-royd-izm): when your thyroid gland makes too much thyroid hormone (“hyper” means ‘over’ or ‘above’).

metabolism (meh-TAB-oh-lizm): how your body breaks down food, uses it for energy, or stores it for later use.

What can go wrong with my thyroid?

A few things can go wrong. But you can get treatment to fix thyroid problems. Anyone—even babies—can have thyroid problems.

Having thyroid hormone levels that are too low (underactive thyroid gland)

Sometimes the thyroid gland doesn’t make enough thyroid hormone, which is called hypothyroidism. When you don’t have enough thyroid hormone, parts of your body work too slowly.

Symptoms of underactive thyroid include

  • Feeling tired
  • Feeling cold even when other people are comfortable or even warm
  • Having a slow heart rate and dry skin
  • Being constipated
  • Gaining weight even though you’re not eating more or exercising less than usual
  • In children, growing very slowly

Having thyroid hormone levels that are too high (overactive thyroid gland)

Sometimes the thyroid gland makes too much thyroid hormone, which is called hyperthyroidism. Think of your body as a car and your thyroid as the engine. An overactive thyroid makes your body idle too fast.

Symptoms of overactive thyroid gland include

  • Feeling nervous and irritable
  • Having trouble concentrating
  • Feeling too warm even when other people don’t feel warm
  • Having a fast heart rate and diarrhea
  • Having trouble sleeping
  • Losing weight without trying

Having a lump in your thyroid gland

You can have a lump or swelling in your thyroid gland, called a nodule (NOD-jule). Nodules may have no effect on how the gland works, or can lead to too much thyroid hormone. Most nodules are benign (not cancer), but some can be cancerous.

Having an enlarged thyroid gland

When your thyroid is enlarged (called a goiter [GOY-ter]), it can produce too much, not enough, or just the right amount of thyroid hormone. Your doctor will try to find out why your thyroid is enlarged.

Can I live without my thyroid?

Yes. If your doctor needs to remove your thyroid, you can stay healthy by taking a thyroid hormone pill every day.

Questions to ask your doctor

  • What’s wrong with my thyroid?
  • Do I need more tests?
  • What treatment do I need?
  • How long will I need the treatment?
  • Does the treatment have side effects?
  • How often should I have check-ups?
  • Should I see an endocrinologist for my care?

 

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