Reddit reviews: The best thyroid extract nutritional supplements

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u/sidthekid13 · 2 pointsr/dysautonomia

Thorough info I really appreciate it And as someone who has gotten the most relief/answers from naturopathic / holistic doctors, I really appreciate that you are open minded enough to go to an ND. Can't tell you how much hate ive gotten whenever I write about my experiences with ND's. Yet not one western doctor MD has yet t ask about my diet, and when I asked my primary care UCLA doctor where I can get tested for vitamin deficiencies she said "I have no idea."

I really hope you start feeling better soon. Also, since you are open to trying things that are outside of the box, I recommend looking into this company's products: https://ancestralsupplements.com

I am on a mostly plant based diet myself which has helped, but supplementing with their spleen reversed my years-long mystery anemia. I also take their heart and bone marrow. The owner is incredible and responds almost immediately. Sometimes he even sends out a free bottle for you to try if you explain your situation. He can give good advice on recommendations. These organ supplements have natural bioavailable nutrients more so than any other food on earth. I recommend looking at their amazon reviews which are so inspiring. There are a lot of very chronically ill people getting their life back with the help of these supplements. Wish u the best! https://www.amazon.com/Ancestral-Supplements-Grass-Liver-Desiccated/dp/B01MSBZYQW

EDIT: Check out their kidney supplement which has high amounts of natural DAO (histamine inhibiting enzyme) https://www.amazon.com/Ancestral-Supplements-Kidney-High-Selenium/dp/B078K8L672/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?keywords=beef+kidney&qid=1562023339&s=hpc&sr=1-2-spons&psc=1

u/snugglesfairie · 1 pointr/PrayerRequests

If you aren't opposed to natural products, please check out these following products. I had a dog in kidney failure and they lived an additional 6 years thanks to God allowing us to find these.

   https://www.petwellbeing.com/products/dog-kidney-disease  kidney support gold

From Amazon... grass fed kidney glandular.


My vet now gives both of these products to all dogs and cats in kidney distress. He was so shocked at how much my baby improved and lived 6 more years. In fact the blood test before he passed showed his kidneys were functioning perfectly.

If it wasn't for contaminated pet food, that was eventually recalled, he might have lived a few more years.

Anyway, hugs and prayers for you and your furbaby.

u/Kjellisdebeste · 2 pointsr/Nootropics

Your body needs to adapt for a while to get the right amounts of T3 and calcitonin from T4, but in the end it will be for the better.

There are some supplements to facilitate the metabolism to the right hormone. In the end you'll have more energy, feel better, think clearer.


u/Peacefulpear · 2 pointsr/gallbladders

I hope your tests come back with answers and your scan goes well :) If it is graves/hyper thyroid : I've been taking Native Remedies ThyroSoothe for Maintaining Thyroid Balance (50ml) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000TMXH72/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_JqAFDb85TTXGJ

And my numbers are coming back up :)

u/seasonsreading · 1 pointr/BeautyBoxes

The ingredients are listed under the supplement facts tab here: www.bulubox.com/ridgecrest-thyroid-thrive.html/. Looks like a mix of vitamins, minerals, and herbs.

My naturopath recommended Pure Encapsulations Thyroid Support when my thyroid tests came out low. It raised them to healthy levels after a month. http://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B001688DZ4/

u/averagejoe918 · 1 pointr/conspiracy


Here's the Lugol's link.

And here's the thyroid support pills.

Also, here's the link to the post where I found all the information!

u/MegTheMad · 1 pointr/Hypothyroidism

I've been taking Gaia Herbs Thyroid Support Supplement:

It has actually helped me a little in the past but now that I found a doctor who is willing to help actually monitor my symptoms and adjust my medication I stopped taking it.

u/NEEEEEN · 1 pointr/Hypothyroidism

I've also been taking this for 2 weeks to try and help my energy level, little to no results though so far.

u/avidsensei · 2 pointsr/Hashimotos

This one right here was a game changer in getting rid of brain fog and afternoon tiredness for me.

Also I take turmeric.

u/eterneraki · 1 pointr/Hypothyroidism

That would be addressed through diet assuming you have food sensitivities such as gluten. If you cut gluten out then keep in mind that a blood test will not show the anti-gliadin antibodies, so i dont know if you rather wait for your next blood test before cutting out gluten to make sure that's what it is. Here is a study on the link between high ferritin/low iron and inflammation btw:



As far as the brand. I use zhou'sbut i've tried other brands and they're more or less the same.

Here is another list of supplements that are shown to reduce inflammation: