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Supplementing With Manganese For Thyroid
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See answer: Selenium does not improve thyroid function in hypothyroid individuals. Selenium deficiency does exacerbate auto-immune thyroiditis and congenital hypothyroidism. Selenium reduces incidence of postpartum autoimmune thyroiditis and reduces anti-thyroid peroxidase levels. Selenium also improves mild Graves opthalmopathy. Magnesium deficiency may play a role in the genesis of hypothyroidism and Graves ...Read more
Hi , i was wondering if a calcium supplement which also has vitamin d, manganese, magnesium, boron and vitamin K good for you?
Yes! : This sounds like a formula well-designed for bone health. Supplements work in symergy. You can't absorb calcium if you are low in vit d. Vit k makes sure the calcium goes to your bones instead of arteries. Boron improves bone density and magnesium and manganese are also important for bone health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Magnesium Supplement 300mg with Manganese 4mg
(Manganese amino acid chelate 40mg)should i be cautious as the upper limits are reported as11mg a day?
The dose is OK but: The dose is OK but why are you taking it? ...Read more
I am taking thytprohin pmg, a food supplement. How long does it take the medication to leave my system? I don't want it to effect future thyroid panel
Read package label: Typically these types of products come with label inserts inside the boxes or on the panels of the boxes with instructions and information such as what you ask. Another resource would be the internet at the website of the company or their toll-free phone number which they likely publish on their website. Some products may even have 24 hour hotlines set up to answer specific questions. ...Read more
Is there a supplement I could take to help with my thyroid, its a little out of whack but not enough to be treated, I've gained 45 pounds in 1.5 yrs?
Iodine rich foods: There is definitely an association with benign enlargement of the thyroid gland, called a goiter, and a low iodine diet. For this reason, iodine was added to table salt in many areas. Japanese are taking iodine supplements in an attempt to protect the gland from radiation exposure. Reports of the value of both practices are mixed: goiter improves, but overproduction of thyroid hormone can result. ...Read more
No: There are no thyroid boosters, they just "boost" the money out of your pocket and into theirs. Your thyroid doesn't need a boost. If it doesn't function properly there is real and legitimate medication to fix it. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more