How does it work?
The thyroid is part of your endocrine system that produces,
stores, and circulates hormones into your bloodstream to interact with cell
production. Made from iodine in your food, the thyroid produces two main
hormones: triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4) monitored by two brain
glands, the hypothalamus and the pituitary. The over or underproduction of
these hormones is monitored by the thyroid stimulating hormones (TSH) released
by the pituitary.
Why do we need it?
Thyroid hormones T3 and T4 interact with almost every cell
in the body, regulating the speed of their many processes. For example, if your
T3 and T4 levels are high, they will increase your heart rate and metabolism,
where low levels would decrease them.
Terry Talks nutrition he talks about the hypothyroid and how the use of iodine
can help you deal with it.
TERRY’S BOTTOM LINE:
If you feel tired all the time, have gained weight, can’t
tolerate cold, have dry skin, and worry about breast, prostate, or thyroid
cancer, there is a natural solution that can make a world of difference:
A strong daily supplement helps:
- Prevent breast, prostate, ovarian, and thyroid cancer
- Keep your weight low and your metabolism high
- Stop migraine headaches
- Boost energy and libido
- Stop “brain fog” and improve focus
- Improve dry, brittle hair, and cracked skin
- Stop food cravings
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