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It is believed that 27 million people in the US suffer from thyroid imbalance.
The thyroid gland produces hormones that influence essentially every organ, tissue and cell in the body.
"If the thyroid doesn't work properly, neither can you."
The thyroid left unrepaired can cause elevated cholesterol levels and subsequent heart disease, infertility, muscle weakness, osteoporosis and, in extreme cases, coma or death.
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You should start with 2-3 capsules and wait one hour.
Finding your activation dosage can be done by increasing by 1 capsule every hour until you feel really good. Some people who have just experienced the loss of loved one or gone though other stressful situations, have taken up to 17 capsules. So start with 2 and increase every hour until you hit your activation dosage. If you are not sure how much to take or whether you need this product, we suggest you get a sample size bottle.
If your emotional state has not calmed, mood hasn't lifted, or you do not feel better in general, then you do not need this product.
Let it be noted that some people may require a higher dosage to feel the effects.
If a low dosage does make you feel better, you can then discover your activation dosage.
- No serious adverse drug reactions have been observed
Common Symptoms of Hypothyroidism
- Heavy menses
- Dry, coarse hair
- Mood swings
- Weight gain
- Hoarse voice
- Dry, coarse skin
Teresa From GA:
I've been battling with an hypothyroidism since the birth of my daughter in 1998
seen numerous doctors about the possibility of having an underactive thyroid only to
be told that I was a new mother and we a little depressed and was prescribed
antidepressants of course that didn't work because I wasn't depressed and now my
daughter is 11 and it's gotten worse so I turned to the internet for solutions.
After reading several articles I was convinced that hypothyroidism was an iodine
deficiency so I tried different iodine supplements and of course none of them worked
now that made me depressed and I finally made me an appointment with an
endocrinologist but the appointment was 6 weeks away and I just wanted to try one
more thing before that appointment because I knew in the bottom of my heart that I
just hadn't been fortunate enough to get the right iodine supplement so I went to a
search engine and typed again "natural cures for hypothyroidism" and came across one
that I had overlooked Hopewell technologieslimited.com and search the website and
saw all of the studies and gave it one more shot and BINGO I found it.
mender came in on March 29 took 3 pills at lunch time and it was about an hour when
I started feeling calm like my old self again but the kicker is that night I sleep
like a baby for the first time in 11 years. I can't believe it my insomnia is gone
and I will let you know by the end of April about how much weight I've been able to
lose and another thing that doctors appointment with that endocrinologist on April
16 is canceled
BioAnue Thyroid Mender repairs and supports the thyroid. This product helps your thyroid become healthy and normal without the use of natural or synthetic hormones. Supporting the body’s weakness is the key to the function of this product.
One should always consider mineral toxicity, heavy metal toxicity and deficiencies when trying to repair a weakened body. True repair repairs the body wholly; not quickly patches long-term damage.
Normal thyroid function requires sufficient intake of iodine (at least 100 micrograms/day [µg/d]), and areas of endemic iodine deficiency are associated with disorders such as endemic goiter and cretinism (Larsen et al. 2002; Larsen and Davies 2002; Goodman 2003). Iodine intake in the United States (where iodine is added to table salt) is decreasing (CDC 2002d; Larsen et al. 2002), and an estimated 12% of the population has low concentrations of urinary iodine (Larsen et al. 2002).
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What foods are naturally high in iodine?
Iodine is a component of almost every living plant and animal. . In general, foods from the sea contain the most iodine, e.g., seaweed and spirulina, followed by meats, and then green foods. Of all foods seaweed, like kelp, is the most famous and reliable source of natural iodine, however egg and dairy products can also be good sources.
Seaweed has such a large proportion of iodine compared to dietary minimum requirements, that it is primarily known as a source of this nutrient. The highest iodine content is found in brown algae, with dry kelp ranging from 1500-8000 ppm (parts per million) and dry rockweed (Fucus) from 500-1000 ppm. In most instances, red and green algae have lower contents, about 100-300 ppm in dried seaweeds, but remain high in comparison to any land plants. Daily adult requirements, currently recommended at 150 µg/day, could be covered by very small quantities of seaweed. Just one gram of dried brown algae provides from 500-8,000 µg of iodine and even the green and red algae (such as the purple nori that is used in Japanese cuisine) provides 100-300 µg in a single gram.
What Regulates Your Thyroid?
The principal regulator of thyroid function is the pituitary hormone (thyroid-stimulating hormone), which in turn is controlled by positive input from the hypothalamic hormone (thyrotropin-releasing hormone) and by negative input from thyroxine and triiodothyronine. Thyroid-stimulating hormones bind to G-protein (molecular switches)-coupled receptors in the surface membranes of thyroid follicular cells (Goodman 2003), which leads to increases in both the cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) and diacylglycerol/inositol trisphosphate second messenger pathways (Goodman 2003). Triiodothyronine, rather than thyroxine, probably is responsible for the feedback response for thyroid-stimulating hormone production (Schneider et al. 2001). Some triiodothyronine, the active form of thyroid hormone, is secreted directly by the thyroid along with thyroxine, but most triiodothyronine is produced from thyroxine by one of two deiodinases (Types I and II1) in the peripheral tissue (Schneider et al. 2001; Larsen et al. 2002; Goodman 2003). Triiodothyronine enters the nucleus of the target cells and binds to specific receptors which activate specific genes.
In the 1930s, Goldemberg was the
first to introduce fluorine therapy for hyperthyroidism and Basedow's disease. . Other research has shown that regular fluoride
intake in the range of 5 mg/day, which is now common with water
fluoridation, can reversibly inhibit normal thyroid activity, even with a good
Studies are coming to light that fluoridation is damaging the DNA, creating cancer and other disorders. (Yaming Ge et. al., 2005) Fang et al showed a high incidence of thyroid cancer
(15.6%) in iodine deficient rats and mice compared to a zero percent incidence in
Who should be concerned?
Woman are at greatest risk to suffer from hypothyroidism. Four out of 5 patients are female and are 5X - 8X (five to eight times) more likely than men to suffer from hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid).
Fifteen to 20 percent of people with diabetes and their siblings or parents are likely to develop thyroid disease (compared to 4.5 percent of the general population).
An effect of fluoride exposure on the thyroid was first reported approximately 150 years ago (Maumené 1854, 1866; as cited in various reports). In 1923, the director of the Idaho Public Health Service, in a letter to the Surgeon General, reported enlarged thyroids in many children between the ages of 12 and 15 using city water in the village of Oakley, Idaho (Almond 1923); in addition, the children using city water had severe enamel deficiencies in their permanent teeth. The dental problems were eventually attributed to the presence of 6 mg/L fluoride in the city water. Children born after a change in water supply did not suffer the enamel deficiencies (to water with <0.5 mg/L fluoride).