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Which thyroid booster works best?

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    Which thyroid booster works best?


    just wanting to see which one works best for most people.

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    hmm...so far thyrotabs are in the lead!!
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    I voted for Thyrogen-X because I just trust ALRI to make a solid product.
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    I just started taking ALRI's T-X
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    I would say these work maybe a bit, but if your going to spend the money, why not just get the real thing aka T3/T4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bLacKjAck. View Post
    why not just get the real thing aka T3/T4.
    Arent they potentially dangerous possibly causing permanent thyroid damage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madevilz View Post
    Arent they potentially dangerous possibly causing permanent thyroid damage?
    No, but I would start off by getting blood work and see where your free t3, and t4 is at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madevilz View Post
    Arent they potentially dangerous possibly causing permanent thyroid damage?
    From my understanding they are. And your thyroid is a little less forgiving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjsynx View Post
    From my understanding they are. And your thyroid is a little less forgiving.

    Yes they are, you can cause permanent damage and have to be on thyroid medication for the rest of your life...Why risk it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    Yes they are, you can cause permanent damage and have to be on thyroid medication for the rest of your life...Why risk it?
    Thanks for the confirmation number
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    Hypothyroidism is a growing epidemic anyways, I wouldn't push my luck, but that's just me.

    Iodine and DHEA..all natural thyroid boost/support.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bioman View Post
    Hypothyroidism is a growing epidemic anyways, I wouldn't push my luck, but that's just me.

    Iodine and DHEA..all natural thyroid boost/support.
    As well as Selinium + Tyrosine.
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    I've had more succes with diacana and thyro-cuts II than with T3
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    Quote Originally Posted by awmcdon View Post
    I've had more succes with diacana and thyro-cuts II than with T3
    i think 30-40mcg's of T3 per day is fine....u produce 25mcg's naturally daily, and the extra will put you just above what u naturally produce....to give u that extra i guess u could say....I will be doing the following stack...

    IGF-2
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    afterwards, i will be taking NOW'S thyroid support.

    thanks
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    Read on another board about a protocol where Thyrotabs ran concurrently with Thyrocuts II was the way to go. The Thyrocuts II if dosed pill for pill with the thyrotabs stopped all thyroid suppression while putting the user in a hyperthyroid state in I believe 99% of testers. Will double check my stats later though.

    Edit: Well its a little more complicated than that but that is the gist. Thyrotabs by itself, not so good. With Thyrocuts II, much better. Borderline hyperthyroid in 99%, no suppression. For much more indepth info read lean bulk.
    Last edited by jasonschaffin; 12-29-2007 at 12:31 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonschaffin View Post
    Read on another board about a protocol where Thyrotabs ran concurrently with Thyrocuts II was the way to go. The Thyrocuts II if dosed pill for pill with the thyrotabs stopped all thyroid suppression while putting the user in a hyperthyroid state in I believe 99% of testers. Will double check my stats later though.

    Edit: Well its a little more complicated than that but that is the gist. Thyrotabs by itself, not so good. With Thyrocuts II, much better. Borderline hyperthyroid in 99%, no suppression. For much more indepth info read lean bulk.
    I ran this protocol from January 10th until the end of February. It worked great! Check out Lean Bulk forums, Dr. Houser is an awesome guy and will answer your inquiries personally. It was his study that you mention above. He suggests 7-keto as thyroid "PCT" when you complete the protocol (which consisted of 1 Thyrotabs and 1 Thyrocuts2 3 times per day, ramped up and down). The only side effect I noticed was lethargy after the 4th week. I lost 6 pounds and a significant amount of bodyfat. I used the 7-keto at 300mg's per day. 200mg upon waking and 100mg later in the day. This was run for 3 weeks after the 6 week thyroid cycle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigNutz View Post
    I ran this protocol from January 10th until the end of February. It worked great! Check out Lean Bulk forums, Dr. Houser is an awesome guy and will answer your inquiries personally. It was his study that you mention above. He suggests 7-keto as thyroid "PCT" when you complete the protocol (which consisted of 1 Thyrotabs and 1 Thyrocuts2 3 times per day, ramped up and down). The only side effect I noticed was lethargy after the 4th week. I lost 6 pounds and a significant amount of bodyfat. I used the 7-keto at 300mg's per day. 200mg upon waking and 100mg later in the day. This was run for 3 weeks after the 6 week thyroid cycle.
    sounds like something i may try after my h-drol run of 4 weeks. Still in search of the best cutter stack out there
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    Quote Originally Posted by awmcdon View Post
    I've had more succes with diacana and thyro-cuts II than with T3
    i agree, i just had all around better success with Dicana than with T3. the new DicanaV2 should be out in a week or so, should work really well.
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    Levothyroxine not an option?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bioman View Post
    Hypothyroidism is a growing epidemic anyways, I wouldn't push my luck, but that's just me.

    Iodine and DHEA..all natural thyroid boost/support.
    i went to doc about 3 yrs ago with fatigue and it was my thyroid...(hypothyroidism)...i never really gained wait but he put my on levoxyl 50mg.....i did this for about 2 yrs every day blood work was good...then i stumbled upon an article about iodine and how it boosts thyroid output. went off meds for 3-4 months just took in a few serv of iodized salt a day along with fish 3 days a week...and guess what..my thyroid was norm. it makes ya wonder about pharm. companies..jmo
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    Quote Originally Posted by bioman View Post
    Hypothyroidism is a growing epidemic anyways, I wouldn't push my luck, but that's just me.

    Iodine and DHEA..all natural thyroid boost/support.
    oo thats good to know!!!
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    Thyrotabs by far works the best for me.
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    The Strongest Thyroid Booster is TX by ALR Industries. I take it and start sweating I love this stuff. Anytime i've ever hit a weight loss plateau TX has taken me further:
    alrindustries.com/ver2/index.php/products/fat-loss-energy/tx.html
  

  
 

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