Thyroid Care™* Plus
Iodine, L-tyrosine, & Selenium
Complete Metabolic Function*
Thyroid health affects many aspects of our lives: energy, metabolism, hair, skin, mood, weight maintenance,† and more. But age, environmental factors, and family history can affect its performance. Thyroid Care Plus features the three most crucial thyroid nutrients for promoting optimal thyroid function and health.*
The 3 Nutrients Your Thyroid Needs
Iodine including potassium iodide, sodium iodide, and molecular iodine for thyroid hormone synthesis, which in turn supports a healthy metabolism, lustrous hair, and healthy hormone balance.*††
L-tyrosine, an amino acid required to create the thyroid hormone thyroxine, supports mental well-being and daily energy.*
Selenium is a key mineral that supports the conversion of T4 into the active thyroid hormone, T3. It works with iodine and L-tyrosine to protect the thyroid from the risk of oxidative stress and damage.*
Selenium may reduce the risk of certain cancers. Some scientific evidence suggests that consumption of selenium may reduce the risk of certain forms of cancer. However, FDA has determined that this evidence is limited and not conclusive.
Thyroid Care* Plus features the nutrients the thyroid needs to support:
- Daily Energy
- Healthy Metabolism
- Lustrous Hair
- Healthy Hormone Balance††
- Healthy Weight Management†
- Immune Health*
† In conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise regimen
††Supports healthy levels already within normal range.
|Iodine||30,000 mcg (30 mg)||20,000%|
(from potassium iodide 14,644 mcg, sodium iodide 14,644 mcg, molecular iodine [from kelp] 712 mcg)
(as selenium yeast)(Saccharomyces cerevisiae)
**Daily Value (DV) not established
1–2 capsules daily in the morning on an empty stomach. For long-term use, consult a healthcare practitioner.
Do not use if trying to conceive, pregnant, or nursing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Iodine is one of the most important minerals for healthy cellular and metabolic function. Iodine is so important that it was put into table salt to help prevent goiters and iodine insufficiency. However, Americans are eating less refined table salt, and levels of iodine in other foods are diminishing with changes in soil and agricultural practices. In fact, nutrition surveys have reported steady decreases in urinary iodine concentrations—more than 50%—since the 1970s.*
Additionally, certain toxic minerals “compete” with iodine. As we are exposed to greater levels of chlorine, bromine (bromide) and fluoride, the body requires more iodine for ongoing detoxification.*
Tyrosine is an amino acid. Tyrosine (also called “L-tyrosine”) is the precursor for the formation of the thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3), as well as epinephrine, norepinephrine and dopamine. In addition to thyroid hormone support, supplemental tyrosine has been found to be beneficial for mood, stress relief^, and mental function.*