vita sport thryostim t3???
- 06-28-2010, 09:13 PM
- 06-29-2010, 12:35 PM
Bladderwrack - Shown to regulate and improve thyroid function by allowing the thyroid to take up more iodine, which is critical in the production of the thyroid hormones T4 and T3.
Sea Vegetable Extract - Contains large quantities of fiber shown to absorb fat-soluble toxins that enter the bloodstream during dieting. This is also a good source of iodine, the biomolecular compound the thyroid gland needs for proper functioning.
Guggul Extract - Shown to increase thyroid hormone levels, which may increase fat loss. It has also been shown to lower LDL cholesterol up to 25%.*
Coleus Forskohli - Shown to increase the breakdown of carbohydrates and fats, increases thyroid hormones (T4 and T3) and enhances the effects of epinephrine which allows the body release more fatty acids.*
Ashwaganda - Able to raise T3 levels, while at the same time reduce liver stress (by improving liver antioxidant status). The liver is the main site of T4 to T3 conversion in the body. It is also now recognized that stress is a major factor that blocks the conversion of T4 to T3, therefore, the addition of this compound gives us one more nutrient that has an ability to help the body normalize its stress response.*
Blueberry Leaf Extract - Helps to reduce glucose absorption in the intestines, decrease glucose synthesis in the liver, and speed up the rate of glucose metabolism.*
Kelp - Supplies iodine which along with Bladderwrack allows for increased thyroid hormone release which leads to efficient fat burning.*
Zinc - This mineral is necessary for the TRH hypothalamus hormone to stimulate the pituitary gland, which signals the thyroid gland to produce thyroid hormone. Adequate levels of zinc are required for proper thyroid hormone function. As we age, zinc deficiencies become more common.*
- Critical to the proper function of the enzyme that converts T4 to its active form T3. Selenium deficiency is a major factor in low thyroid function.*
3,5 Diiodo - A T3 precursor which also increases the effects of epinephrine and norepinephrine which help release more fatty acids into the bloodstream, where they can be burned as energy.*
Vitamin A - Works with Zinc and Vitamin E to produce thyroid hormones.*
Vitamin D - Necessary for thyroid hormone production in the pituitary gland.*
Vitamin E - Part of the necessary supporting appara
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