FACT: According the American Thyroid Association, approximately 8.5% of the population cannot fully enjoy the energy their body creates, due to a hormonal deficiency that causes their body’s “energy tap” to tighten shut1.. And more than 24% of women older than 50 years have low thyroid symptoms or full-blown hypothyroidism.
Let me tell you what that means, for you, if you’re one of these unfortunate people:
If your body were a gas fireplace, the only thing you’d see flickering right now is the pilot light!
Hypothyroidism means that your metabolism is slow and sluggish, your cells can’t produce energy, and you have trouble losing weight. But hold on! There’s more…
Did you answer YES to three or more of these symptoms?
If so,there is a strong possibility that your thyroid gland is struggling to produce enough T3 and T4 hormones. Your body needs these to regulate energy. When these hormones are deficient, your cells cannot make full use of the energy your metabolism creates, and your metabolism slows down.
The American Thyroid Association says that selenium is “important for making thyroid hormones and for normal thyroid function”2. Yet, I found a study published in the Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, and it concludes that selenium deficiency is particularly a risk for those who have hard time absorbing nutrients properly3.
This rare mineral has many vital functions in our bodies. However, more than two million people across the globe don’t have enough of it. (In fact, I read a story in the New York Times that explains how iodine deficiency is the leading preventable cause of intellectual disabilities in the world4.)
It’s important for thyroid function too. The American Thyroid association says: “Iodine is an element that is needed for the production of thyroid hormone. The body does not make iodine, so it is an essential part of your diet.5”
They go on the say: “If you do not have enough iodine in your body, you cannot make enough thyroid hormone. Thus, iodine deficiency can lead to enlargement of the thyroid… hypothyroidism… and to mental retardation in infants and children whose mothers were iodine deficient during pregnancy.5”
Many of the people who suffer the symptoms I described earlier are deficient of both these two minerals. You also could be deficient — especially if you experience the same symptoms too.
There are many thyroid supplements on the market. Maybe you have examined some close up, or possibly even tried one or two yourself. If you look closely, you will see that almost all of them contain either selenium or iodine — but not both. This renders them largely ineffective.
Because of this fact, I set out to create my own thyroid supplement for clients and friends — one that delivers the full range of support your thyroid needs to allow you to enjoy an abundance of clean energy all day long, and make the most out of every single day.
Not to brag or anything — but I already knew quite a lot about thyroid health, since it used to affect several members of my family and me. However, I’m certainly not an expert in formulating supplements. That’s why we partnered with one of the leading nutraceutical companies in the world, and put our heads together to provide you with the best possible solution.
Here’s the result of our work together:
It’s the only Thyroid supplement I’ve seen that gives your thyroid gland the full range of nutritional support it needs to open up your body’s “energy tap”.
Here’s what we put inside each capsule, and the reason why:
These minerals, herbs, vitamins and amino acids all work together to nourish your thyroid gland, and help give it the nutritional support it needs to produce healthier levels of T3 and T4 hormones.
Contrary to the way other solutions are hacked together, all these micronutrients have been carefully selected to support and reinforce each other, and provide a “synergistic affect” that is greater than the sum of its parts.
However, for most people who suffer with a struggling thyroid, the nutrients I have listed above are not enough. You also need certain trace metals. The only problem is, most these trace metals cannot be absorbed through “traditional” supplements the way the above ingredients are.
The trace metals listed below work together with each other, as well as with the nutrients listed above, to assist in a wide range of essential biological processes.
They are all important, yet notoriously difficult for your body to absorb, due to their chemical makeup. For this reason, we chose to include them in a “chelated” organic form, rather than the more common inorganic mineral salt form most other formulas use.
These “chelated” molecules are easier for your body to absorb — because the trace metal particles are chemically bound to amino acid, which your intestines soak up with ease.
Here is how these four trace metals support the role of the micronutrients above:
Zinc, Chromium and Manganese:
These three work together and play an important part in controlling blood sugar levels and regulating your cholesterol levels — helping you feel sharp, vibrant and energized throughout the day.
This trace metal works together with N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine (above) to boost your body’s production of “feel good” hormones like dopamine and norepinephrine. They help lift your mood and keep vital biological functions running like a well-oiled machine.
Many of these micronutrients simply are not available “off-the-shelf”. For example, the four trace metals above are produced using a patented “TRAACS” system. It took solid connections in the industry for me to even source these in the first place.
Even if you could just walk into a grocery store, or even a specialist health food store, and buy these nutrients yourself, it could easily cost you between $200 and $350 to buy everything separately.
Don’t forget: The core benefits of my ThyroThrive solution doesn’t come from the ingredients themselves, but rather, form the combined “synergistic” effect when all these minerals, vitamins, herbs, amino acids and trace metals mutually support each other.
You need a precise formula.
If you wanted to partner with a leading nutraceutical expert — like I did — and develop your own formula that provides the same level of thyroid support, you can expect to spend tens of thousands of dollars. This is the biggest reason why, when I roll this supplement out to the general public in a few months, I plan on charging at least $69 per bottle.
I really want to help you look and feel great again and I know that a well-oiled thyroid is a vital piece of that puzzle. I know that a supply of ThyroThrive will dramatically increase the level of energy and vitality you will enjoy, as well as help you in other areas of your health too.
For this reason, I’m happy to let you add some bottles to your order today at a substantial 29% discount. This works out to just $49 for more than two months of supply!
(Each bottle contains 120 capsules, which is enough for 60 days.)
Disclaimer: Stocks of ThyroThrive are strictly limited. If you suffer from the symptoms I described earlier, and you want to give your thyroid the nutritional support it needs to crank open your body’s “energy tap” and help you enjoy an abundance of energy all day - then I strongly recommend that you secure three, or maybe even six, bottles right now while they’re still available.
Take these ThyroThrive capsules according to the label instructions and if you don’t feel noticeably more energetic, more vibrant, and more youthful that you’ve felt in a long time, then just let us know within a year of your purchase and we’ll give you a full refund. Your investment today is completely, 100% protected. You’ve got nothing to lose, and everything to gain.
1American Thyroid Association: “The Colorado thyroid disease prevalence survey, in which self-selected individuals attending a health fair were tested and an upper normal TSH value of 5.0 mIU/L was used, reported a prevalence of 8.5% and 0.4% for subclinical and overt disease, respectively, in people not taking thyroid hormone.” http://www.thyroid.org/thyroid-guidelines/hypothyroidism/topics/
2American Thyroid Association: “Selenium: a mineral found naturally in various foods that is important for making thyroid hormones and for normal thyroid function. It is needed in small amounts by the body.” ttp://www.thyroid.org/patient-thyroid-information/ct-for-patients/vol-4-issue-8/vol-4-issue-8-p-5/
3Selenium depletion in patients with gastrointestinal diseases: are there any predictive factors? http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9829360?dopt=Abstract
4New York Times, “In Raising the World’s I.Q., the Secret’s in the Salt”: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/16/health/16iodine.html?fta=y&_r=0"
5American Thyroid association, “Iodine Deficiency”: http://www.thyroid.org/iodine-deficiency/
6Journal of Nutrition, “Hypothyroidism: an early sign of vitamin A deficiency in chickens”: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6470830