Helps prepare for hormone creation†
Helps support when hormones are created†
Helps protect from oxidative stress†
With thousands of multivitamins and minerals on the market, there's never been one quite like this. Thyroconvert is a powerful antioxidant formulated with whole-food, organically-sourced Selenium-Enriched Yeast, ideal for supporting thyroid hormone conversion with lowered risk of toxicity.†(1)
This nutrient-rich whole-food selenium is made in a physiological dose, formulated to support healthy absorption†, detoxification, and thyroid conversion.
Unlike inorganic selenate and selenite which are absorbed by a simple diffusion process and have a greater risk of selenium toxicity, Thyroconvert contains organically-sourced selenomethionine for faster absorption through the amino acid transport mechanism (1, 2).
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one (1) capsule daily, preferably with food, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
SERVING PER BOTTLE
AMOUNT PER SERVING
Selenium (as Selenium-Enriched Yeast): 200 MCG
% of DV: 364%
Other Ingredients: Rice Flour, Hypromellose, Silica, Calcium Stearate.
Daily Value based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Thiodine provides fuel for the thyroid gland to help make thyroid hormones, and detox bromine and fluoride for improved thyroid function and metabolism.†
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7. Selenium can interact with certain medications, and some medications can have an adverse effect on selenium levels.