Innate Response Thyroid ResponseⓇ Complete Care (90 tablets)

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Innate Response Thyroid ResponseⓇ Complete Care (90 tablets)

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Our Most Comprehensive Thyroid Formula

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Included in this formula are thyroid-supportive nutrients such as iodine, selenium, and the amino acid tyrosine. Selenium is a cofactor for 5'-deiodinase, the enzyme required to convert T4 to T3. Iodine and L-tyrosine are required in the production of thyroid hormones.

Guggul (Indian frankincense) increases production of T3 (Panda & Kar, 1999).

This whole-herb blend includes ashwagandha to support thyroid function in the form of Sensoril®, an extract that revitalizes metabolic processes associated with stress and fatigue. In chronically-stressed patients, Sensoril® has been shown to decrease serum cortisol by 14.5%, while increasing DHEA significantly (by 13.2%) over a two-month period (Auddy et al., 2008). High cortisol suppresses thyroid function. Holy basil is reputed to have similar benefits on stress, based on animal studies.

Additional whole herbs include bladderwrack and Coleus forskohlii root. Coleus contains forskolin, an activator of cAMP (cyclic adenosine monophosphate) found in many tissues, including the thyroid gland. It has experimentally increased T3 and T4 production (Laurberg, 1984).

Recommended Dosage:

2 tablets daily, or as directed by the healthcare practitioner.

Sources:

Auddy, B., et al., 2008. A standardized Withania somnifera extract significantly reduces stress-related parameters in chronically stressed humans: a double-blind randomized, placebo-controlled study. The Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association, 11(1), 50-56.

 

Laurberg, P., 1984. Forskolin stimulation of thyroid secretion of T4 and T3. FEBS Letters, 170(2), 273-276. PMID: 6327383

 

Panda, S. & Kar, A., 1999. Gugulu (Commiphora mukul) induces triiodothyronine production: possible involvement of lipid peroxidation. Life Sciences, 65(12), PL137-141. PMID: 10503949