The thyroid gland plays a key role in managing the body’s energy consumption, influencing the entire metabolism (from the utilization of nutrients to maintaining the balance of water), having an impact on the mental and psychological balance and even the functioning of the whole hormone system. To accomplish all these tasks, it produces thyroxine and triiodothyronine hormones from iodine and protein that is already present or gets inside the body. These thyroid hormones contain iodine. If the thyroid – for some reason – does not get enough iodine, there is a disturbance in the production of thyroid hormones, and in the whole functioning of the body. Among our products we recommend NONI, GARLIC, and GINGER for thyroid problems.
Of course, we recommend the use of each product as a course, either separately or simultaneously.
4 trace elements which have an impact on the proper functioning of the thyroid gland:
When we mention the thyroid gland, iodine immediately comes to mind. This is not surprising, as it is a component of thyroid hormones and is needed in large quantities to form them. It’s interesting that within the body only the thyroid gland needs iodine, but in the absence of it, the whole functioning of the body crashes.
In addition to being a component of several important antioxidant enzymes that fight against oxidative stress and free radicals affecting the body, it also has an essential role in regulating active and inactive thyroid hormones.
Studies have shown that the proper functioning of the thyroid gland requires a selenium-containing enzyme. Selenium and iodine deficiency sometimes appear together, which can lead to a wide variety of symptoms and can be very dangerous especially in the early stages of pregnancy.
Zinc is one of the most important trace elements in the human body, as it has a serious effect on the functioning of the immune system and is involved in wound healing and blood coagulation. It contributes to the transformation of T4 hormone into an active T3 hormone. In addition, it also affects the function of the pituitary gland, which is why zinc deficiency may be behind the abnormal functioning of the thyroid gland.
Iron deficiency can significantly impair the synthesis of thyroid hormones, because the activity of a very important enzyme is reduced. This can even result in an underactive thyroid gland. It is also important to know that iodine supplementation does not have the desired effect on thyroid function in the case of iron deficiency anemia, while adequate iron intake also improves the effectiveness of iodine supplementation.
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It is useful for people with thyroid problems because of its high zinc, magnesium and potassium content, which can regulate hormone production in the gland, and due to its anti-inflammatory properties has a beneficial effect on the thyroid gland.
The thyroid gland produces two different hormones: thyroxine and triiodothyronine. These hormones regulate the body’s metabolism and the rate of organ function. If the thyroid produces too much hormone we talk about hyperthyroidism if too little it’s called hypothyroidism.According to Whole Foods Encyclopaedia, ginger contains many key nutrients that help the body in the proper functioning. Ginger contains a lot of magnesium, which helps to protect against thyroid diseases. Magnesium promotes muscle relaxation and prevents irregular heartbeat. Ginger’s potassium content affects the body’s water content. In addition, ginger contains a lot of vitamin B6, copper, manganese, and an antioxidant called gingerol. Thanks to these materials, ginger can improve the functioning of the under and overactive thyroid gland.
Ginger contains iron, zinc, magnesium, folic acid!
Garlic is a very useful food, contains many bioactive compounds and has a high iodine content, so it is recommended for those with thyroid problems to consume as much garlic as possible. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, garlic is recommended for Graves’s syndrome and Hashimoto disease.
Garlic contains selenium, iron, and copper!
The adaptogens found in the NONI components reduce abnormally high thyroid hormone production and, by normalizing thyroid function, restore the so-called euthyroidism and normal functioning of the body.
In contrast, people who produce too little thyroid hormone are slow, tired, put on weight easily, their nails break, and often get constipated. This condition is called hypothyroidism (thyroid stagnation).
A powerful adaptogen such as Noni also helps to increase the production of thyroid hormone in the body and helps to restore homeostasis (balance) of the whole body.
Noni contains selenium, zinc and iron!