Written by Dr. Daniel Liu
What drug companies don't want you to know about Thyroid Health
Scientists have discovered 2 natural ingredients that have been proven to significantly raise T3 and T4 levels in patients suffering from hypothyroidism and its precursor Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
These natural compounds have been shown to help patients who suffer from a number of debilitating ailments including brian fog, unexplained weight gain, intense sensitivity to cold, constipation, dry skin, and more.
Why haven’t you heard of these natural ingredients before? Maybe because big pharma doesn’t want you buying natural compounds. They rather sell synthetic hormones, which are known to cause a host of frightening side effects. In fact, the use of synthetic hormones is highly controversial for patients with TSH levels below 10 mIU/L remains considering the overall risks of the therapy.
What if I told you that there are natural ingredients that have been consumed safely by humans for thousands of years, while also helping with anxiety?
Ashwagandha has been used for thousands of years
Learning from Ancient Indian Medicine
Can a medicinal herb that has been used in India for thousands of years actually help someone with hypothyroidism?
Traditional healers have used the herb Ashwagandha for various hormonal disorders, including thyroid imbalances and goiter (enlarged thyroid) for thousands of years. This is because Ashwagandha acts as an adaptogen to stabilize the physiologic processes and promote homeostasis. Scientists thus theorized that this adaptogen would help patients suffering from Hypothyroidism and its precursor Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
In 2016 researchers ran a randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled clinical study with patients suffering from hypothyroidism. The study confirmed their hypothesis and showed that Ashwagandha indeed increased T3 levels by 40% and T4 levels by 19% while reducing Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) by 17%. (source https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28829155/ )
Seaweed has been proven to have beneficial effects for the treatment of thyroid dysfunction
Under the Sea?
Which essential nutrient are seaweeds such as Kelp and Bladderwrack uniquely high in? Iodine — an essential component of thyroid hormones and is therefore essential for normal thyroid function. However, the therapeutic use of iodine requires careful evaluation because of its narrow range of intake to support optimal thyroid function.
The combination of naturally occurring compounds such as Gum Guggul (Commiphora mukul), Blue Flag root (Iris versicolor) and seaweeds such as Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) has shown beneficial effects in the treatment of thyroid dysfunction. These compounds have different mechanisms of action and may act synergistically to support thyroid health in conditions such as Hashimoto’s disease and subclinical hypothyroidism.
World's First Thyroid Gummy?
While there isn’t a known, magic bullet cure for hypothyroidism, clinical research has uncovered specific ingredients as effective thyroid hormone supplements.
At Fling, we’ve produced the world’s first thyroid gummy, specifically designed to support healthy thyroid function. Each apple flavored gummy is formulated with 11 potent nutrients, including ashwagandha, iodine, and kelp.
Iodine, which is found naturally in kelp and seaweed, has been shown to increase TSH — thyroid-stimulating hormone. (2) (3) Similarly, in double-blind trials, Ashwagandha has been shown to statistically significant increase in T3 and T4, while notably reducing TGH. (4)
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