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Thyroid support

The thyroid gland is a small organ located in the middle of the neck just below Adam’s apple. It plays a major role in many metabolic and biochemical reactions in the body. When the body fails to make adequate amount of thyroid hormone, the individual will develop symptoms of an underactive thyroid. The symptoms may range from constipation, hair loss, weight gain, fatigue, depression and dry skin. Under functioning thyroid gland is often seen in middle aged women and those who have had surgery to remove the thyroid for cancer. For most people whose thyroid gland does not function or has been surgically removed, the only choice is to take synthetic thyroid hormone. However, some people are not able to tolerate the synthetic hormone for a variety of reasons. There is thyroid hormone made from bovine thyroid gland but because of the risk of acquiring mad cow disease, it is not recommended for treatment of underactive thyroid gland. Now researchers have come up with the thyroid support formula. Continue reading