Thyro LF

90 Veg Capsules

Supports thyroid, adrenal & immune function.*

DIETARY CONSIDERATIONS

  • Gluten Free
  • BPA-Free
SKU: 131870

Ingredients + Recommended Use

  • Serving Size: 3 Capsules
  • Servings Per Container: 30

Active Ingredients

  • Iodine (as potassium iodide, from kelp), 150 mcg 67%
  • Zinc (as zinc amino acid chelate), 2.5 mg 23%
  • Selenium (as selenomethionine), 55 mcg 100%
  • Manganese (as manganese amino acid chelate), 1 mg 44%
  • Chromium (as chromium polynicotinate), 100 mcg 286%
  • Thyroid (lyophilized bovine), 200 mg **
  • Pituitary (lyophilized bovine), 20 mg **
  • Hypothalamus (lyophilized bovine), 20 mg **
  • Ashwagandha (root) Withania somnifera powder, 400 mg **
  • Bacopa monnieri extract (20% bacosides), 300 mg **
  • Bladderwrack kelp (fucus vesiculosus), 250 mg **
  • Guggul gum extract (2.5% guggulsterones) (Commiphora Mukul), 100 mg **
  • Coleus forskohlii extract (10% forskohlin) (Plectranthus barbatus), 50 mg **
  • N-acetyl-L-tyrosine, 500 mg **

Other Ingredients

Gelatin (capsule), vegetable stearate, silica

Usage Direction

3 capsules daily or as directed by a health care practitioner.

Disclaimer

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Aperture Energetics and Physica Energetics are not medical facilities, nor do we provide any medical advice on
any of the products. Our supplements are intended to be used under the close
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Products are only sold through licensed or certified healing arts
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information with the expectation that practitioners shall use their own
discretion, perform their own research, and rely on their own clinical
experience and practice according to their scope of practice and the limits of
their license or certification.

Product Overview

Thyro LF formulation has New Zealand lyophilized glandular amino acids, minerals, and ethno botanicals that may support healthy thyroid causal chain function.*

A study in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism found that TSH and/or T4 levels may be poor indicators of the actual thyroid levels in tissues and, therefore, do not reflect whether or not a person may have normal thyroid levels. Conventional endocrinology assumes that in most people, the T4 to T3 conversion process functions seamlessly and that the presence of elevated Reverse T3 is not evidence of any thyroid dysfunction.

Many integrative hormone experts, however, have a different view of the role and value of RT3. Many integrative physicians believe that elevated levels of RT3, even though TSH, Free T3, and Free T3 values may be within the normal reference range, could reflect a thyroid problem at the cellular level, a condition that Dr. Kent Holtorf, MD, calls "cellular hypothyroidism." In this integrative view, elevated RT3 may be triggered by ongoing chronic physical or emotional stress, adrenal fatigue, low ferritin (stored iron) levels, acute illness and injury, and chronic disease, among other factors.T3 is the active thyroid that goes to the cells and stimulates energy and metabolism. Reverse T3 is a mirror image. Reverse T3 is kind of a hibernation hormone, in times of stress and chronic illness, it lowers metabolism.

So many people seemingly have normal thyroid levels, but if they have high Reverse T3, they could be suffering from hypothyroidism. Garber, J, Cobin, R, Gharib, H, et al. "Clinical Practice Guidelines for Hypothyroidism in Adults: Cosponsored by the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and the American Thyroid Association." Endocrine Practice. Vol 18 No. 6 November/December 2012.

Interestingly, 95 percent of the time, those with elevated reverse T3 levels will see their levels revert back to normal after undergoing protocols and remedies that clear the terrain and draw out cadmium, lead, mercury, and other toxic metals.

One of the principal causes of hypothyroidism may be related to elevated reverse T3 levels, which may become elevated in response to heavy metal toxicity. In such cases, Dr. Jonathan Wright, MD, recommends detoxifying before beginning thyroid treatment. The detoxification protocol will vary depending on the level of lead, cadmium, mercury, and other heavy metals.

Excessive cortisol levels may impair thyroid function in many ways, including abnormal TSH levels, decreased conversion of T4 into T3, and elevated reverse T3.

  1. Denis Wilson, MD, believes there is a difference between thyroid gland dysfunction and thyroid system dysfunction. Wilson, E. Denis, MD. Wilson's Syndrome: The Miracle of Feeling Well (2nd ed.).Orlando: Cornerstone Publishing Company, 1991

The "thyroid system" is a systemic response to heavy metals, viruses, EMFs, pathogens, dental challenges, hormonal imbalances, HPA axis, geopathic stressors, neurological factors, pesticides, Lyme, neurotransmitters, pharmaceuticals, glutathione deficiency, mycoplasmas, HRT… the list is long and ever-growing.*

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