Thyroid and vit E supps..

Discussion in 'Natural Dessicated Thyroid' started by Steveig84, Nov 26, 2012.

  1. Steveig84

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    The silica and the di calcium phosphate in the vit E are not optimal. Ray says silica is ground glass and to stay away from it. And his latest newsletter is, "Phosphate, activation, and aging." Unique E is 400IU of d-alpha tocopherol with a blend of other tocopherols.
    The other ingredients are gelatin, glycerin and water. If I were you, I'd look for one like it. Without silica or phosphate. Also, you don't want it soy derived.
    Sorry your order didn't make it. Governments protecting us.
     
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    http://www.vitaminsuk.com/index.php?mai ... button.y=0

    Im sure they ship to wherever you are in europe.

    Unique E is a good brand and used by many here. I highly recommend it.

    Thiroyd on amazon.com when asked (You can email them when ordering) will send thyroid in plain envelopes. I have received all of my orders coming from thailand no problems. Might be worth a try!
     
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    Kettlebell,
    This is a question I have. You are using Thiroyd. RP had said he didn't know what was in it. Then that he trusts Cynoplus' ingredients. So, I have been wondering since you and I think peatarian use it, are the ingredients known now? Or what? Do you like the way it works? I have some but when I couldn't find out the extra ingredients, I didn't use it.

    But I wonder if I should reconsider. We had used Armour for years until the problems... I rather like the idea of using NDT which I think Thiroyd is... I liked the taste too!
     
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    Birdie, they will not release the list of ingredients because it is a proprietary formula and they do not want their "competition" to get it.

    I use Thiroyd and it is incredibly powerful and must be used with caution. Basically, start slow and raise the dosage very slowly. No need to rush this stuff. :2cents
     
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    Thanks, Charlie. That's interesting. I am using Cynoplus and Cynomel but was wondering about the latest on Thiroyd. I liked Armour a lot before they changed it.
     
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    thanks for all the reply, will take it all into consideration! :):
     
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    I did reply earlier but must have forgotten to hit "Submit" haha.

    In short I wrote - Yes, Peatarian recommended Thiroyd to me after Thyroid-S caused me problems. I am doing just fine on Thiroyd. I am not sure on exipients to be honest and don't worry too much about it to be honest. I probably should but the grais work well for me so I don't want to change at the moment.

    Hope this helps!
     
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    That makes sense to me. And as she said, you can't necessarily believe what the companies say they put in their products anyway.
     
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