Thyroid Support 60 Capsules

R309.00

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Feeling out of whack?
Your thyroid could be the cause!

Do you have:
• Unexplained weight gain?
• Fatigue?
• Brain fog?
• Anxiety?
• Hormonal imbalance
• Insulin resistance
• Metabolic Syndrome?

Your thyroid function might be the cause!
Get your thyroid back into full swing with the NEW Forever Healthy Thyroid Support supplement. Made with Rooibos, minerals, vitamin B12 and natural plant extracts like kelp, it naturally helps maintain healthy thyroid metabolism and thyroid hormone function.

Diseases and disorders of the thyroid
Thyroid disease can affect anyone — men, women, infants, teenagers and the elderly. It can be present at birth (typically hypothyroidism) and it can develop as you age (often after menopause in women).

There are many diseases and disorders associated with the thyroid. They can develop at any age and can result from a variety of causes—injury, disease, or dietary deficiency, for instance. It often develops as we age (often after menopause in women) and in other cases, it can be traced to the following problems:

• Too much or too little thyroid hormone (hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, respectively).
• Abnormal thyroid growth
• Nodules or lumps within the thyroid
• Thyroid cancer

Thyroid disorders can manifest as a result of either an overactive or underactive thyroid: Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) – most common
Overactive thyroid disease means thyroid hormone levels are too high.

• An overactive thyroid means thyroid hormone levels are too high. The name for this condition is hyperthyroidism. 
• Too much thyroid hormone plays havoc with your body systems and makes them run too fast.
• The symptoms are the opposite of hypothyroidism. Underactive thyroid disease means thyroid hormone levels are too low.
• An underactive thyroid means thyroid hormone levels are too low. It’s called hypothyroidism. 
• Not having enough thyroid hormone slows down your body and its systems.
• Hypothyroidism often goes unnoticed, sometimes for years, before being diagnosed.

What questions can I ask my doctor if I suspect that I have a thyroid problem?
Do not be afraid to call and ask your doctor for advice or to test your thyroid if you suspect you may have thyroid challenges.

Your Question: What do you test for if I suspect having hypothyroidism?
Answer You Want To Hear: TSH, free T3, free T4, reverse T3, TPO (thyroperoxidase) and anti-TGB (thyroglubolin) antibodies and vitamins and minerals. Potentially your adrenals too, if we suspect adrenal fatigue.

Your Next Question: I might be suffering from adrenal fatigue; what would you suggest testing for? 

Answer You Want To Hear: We can do a 4-point cortisol levels (from saliva not blood) and DHEA as a starting point.

Hint: If your doc tells you there is no such thing as adrenal fatigue, find a new doctor.

FAQs
Q: What are normal thyroid levels?
A: ‘Normal’ is quite a broad term when describing thyroid levels. Most doctors and ‘experts’ seem to have their own reference ranges, best is to get your doctor to test you’re levels.

Q: What is a thyroid test?
A: A thyroid test is often a blood test that checks the levels of certain hormones – often TSH, T3, T4, TBG.

Q: How long does it take before Thyroid Support start working?
A: Thyroid supplement can start working within 2 weeks or less of consistent use, but we advise to use it for at least 3 months to get the full benefit.