That butterfly-shaped organ at the bottom of your neck may be small, but it’s quite powerful. Your thyroid gland produces and releases thyroid hormones into your bloodstream to help control your: energy, metabolism, body temperature, sleep, digestion, sexual function, and even hair and nail growth.
When it doesn’t produce enough thyroid hormones, you may experience:
At least 30 million Americans have a thyroid disorder and half of them go undiagnosed, according to The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists. If you have any of the symptoms listed above, report them to your healthcare provider who can test your thyroid hormone levels for hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid gland).
Diagnosing an underactive thyroid requires administering blood tests such as:
Your thyroid blood test results may show that you have iodine deficiency. To convert inactive T4 into active T3, which is able to enter your cells, your healthcare provider may prescribe a supplement protocol.
i-Throid® contains the ideal balance of iodide and free elemental iodine, which is highly absorbable and binds with tyrosine to produce thyroid hormones.
Healthcare providers approve and recommend i-Throid because it:
i-Throid® Supplement Facts – 12.5 mg
i-Throid® Supplement Facts – 6.25 mg