Carusos Thyroid Manager
Healthy thyroid levels are dependent on the presence of many trace elements from your diet such as iodine and selenium for the synthesis of thyroid hormones. Caruso's Thyroid Manager is formulated to assist thyroid hormone production and help healthy metabolism.
Caruso's Thyroid Manager is a convenient one-a-day tablet which provides the necessary nutrients to assist normal healthy thyroid hormone production and metabolism. It also reduces common thyroid symptoms such as stress and fatigue. These key ingredients include iodine, selenium, tyrosine, zinc and vitamin D.
Iodine is an important component of thyroid hormones and assists normal thyroid hormone production.
Selenium has been added because it also assists normal thyroid hormone production as the conversion of iodine is dependent on selenium.
Tyrosine reacts with iodine to form thyroid hormones. Caruso's Thyroid Manager also contains zinc and vitamin D which may help support normal, healthy thyroid gland function.
Caruso’s Thyroid Manager health indications:
- Maintain healthy thyroid gland function
- Support energy production
- Support energy levels
- Reduce symptoms of stress
- Support general health and wellbeing
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Can I take Caruso's Thyroid Manager if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
A. Caruso's Thyroid Manager is not suitable for use during pregnancy and lactation.
Q. Can children take Caruso's Thyroid Manager?
A. Caruso's Thyroid Manager is not suitable for use by children under the age of 18 years. For further advice please consult your health professional.
Q. Can Caruso's Thyroid Manager be taken with other medication?
A. Please take any complementary medicine at least 2 hours away from pharmaceutical medications. Caruso's Thyroid Manager should not be used as a replacement medication for thyroid conditions but may be used as supportive therapy.
Q. How long can I stay on Caruso's Thyroid Manager?
A. Caruso's Thyroid Manger can be taken for as long as needed, provided your health professional has been advised regarding pharmaceutical medications. If symptoms persist please consult your health professional.
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