The simple way to feel like you did twenty years ago

This is the natural way to kick start your life – better energy, more sleep and lose weight

Dear Friend

Life has a nasty habit of robbing us of some of the things we hold dear, our hair, the figure we had at twenty-one and increasingly our energy levels.

Most people accept that their get-up-and-go has simply got-up-and-went – but did you know that one simple daily supplement could restore your zip and make you feel twenty years younger? In addition this wonderful discovery could help you sleep better and lose weight too – surely everyone wants to find out how this can be?

To understand how easy this could be, first I need to explain how our bodies work, and where our energy levels come from.

The small but mighty gland that few people know exists

The thyroid, a small bow tie-shaped gland at the base of your neck, is probably one of the most important glands in your body.

However, so few people understand why and what to look out for when things start to go wrong, for instance are you struggling to lose weight? That could be your thyroid doing that.

What about feeling really low in energy and constantly tired? Again the thyroid shoud be the chief culprit.

But surprisingly you might be feeling really energetic and finding it hard to relax, or even sleep – even though this seems at odds with the early symptom then this might be down to your thyroid too.

You see this gland is responsible for so many of the body’s major functions that it can dramatically affect how you feel. It helps control heart rate, body temperature and regulates how fast we use energy from food. It also affects your appetite, mood and weight.

It is extremely sensitive and can be affected by vitamin and mineral deficiencies, smoking, environmental toxins and prescription drugs. It’s therefore hardly surprising that thyroid problems affect as many as one in six people over the age of 55.

Could How You Feel
Be The Fault of Your
Thyroid Gland?

  • Tired?
  • Wired?
  • Overweight?
  • Hairy?
  • Sweaty?
  • Dry Skin?
  • Racing Heart?

Your Thyroid May Surprise You

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The problem is that very few people actually understand what this gland does and why the hormones it produces are absolutely key to the way we feel.

A delicate balance

The thyroid produces three hormones: thyroxine (T4 – inactive form), triiodothyronine (T3 – active form) and calcitonin. T3 and T4 are extremely important since every cell in the body relies on these hormones to regulate their metabolism.

Most thyroid problems are caused by either too little or too much thyroid hormone.

Hypothyroidism (under-active thyroid) develops when too little thyroid hormone is produced. However, the problem is not simply a case of having an under-performing thyroid gland. In many cases, it is due to a faulty conversion of thyroid hormone from the inactive form T4 to the active form T3.

This delicate balance and its intricate mechanism is part of the reason why many doctors often misdiagnose thyroid problems when patients have all the symptoms but blood tests show that their levels of T4 is normal.

Hypothyroidism causes sluggishness, cold intolerance, constipation, headaches, dry hair and skin, brittle nails, weight gain, hearing problems, loss of libido and impotence.

Patients with hypothyroidism can take a long time to heal and doctors often fail to explain the wide range of symptoms caused by this disease. For example, anaemia is diagnosed in 20-60 per cent of patients with hypothyroidism and after diet, thyroid disease is the most common secondary cause of high cholesterol.

Read what others have said who have used Thyroid Support Formula:

“I take Thyroxine, so only take one of these a day. Since starting them I feel like a human being for the first time in many years. My hair and nails have improved, I am losing weight and my energy levels have soared. Very happy :-)” AB Jan 2016

“Have been on this for a month already have more energy and finding it easier to lose weight” SK Feb 2017

“I feel like a new woman! Tried these as I have lots of symptoms of underactive thyroid but tests normal. Well, the fog has lifted and I have lots of energy, the huge dark bags have disappeared from under my eyes and my brain works again.” SM Feb 2017

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According to a 2002 study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, a shortage of thyroid hormone is linked to increased levels of LDL (bad cholesterol) and an increased risk of heart disease. Depression is also very common in patients with hypothyroidism.

Too much thyroid hormone, on the other hand, causes hyperthyroidism (an over-active thyroid).

The most common cause of hyperthyroidism is Graves’ disease – an autoimmune inflammatory disorder in which the body’s immune system targets the thyroid causing it to produce excess hormone. It can run in families and can occur at any age, although it is most common in women between 20-40 years of age.

The over-production of thyroid hormones causes the body to use up energy from food faster and as a result, metabolism is accelerated. Other symptoms, such as excessive sweating and the inability to tolerate a hot environment are directly related to heat generated within the body due to increased metabolic activity.

Hyperthyroidism causes a wide range of symptoms including nervousness, restlessness, heat intolerance, palpitations, increased appetite, frequent bowel movements and weight loss.

In some people who have heart disease, untreated hyperthyroidism places additional stress on the heart, causing problems such as heart failure, irregular heartbeat (arterial fibrillation), or abnormal heart rhythm (arrhythmia), and can be fatal. Uncontrolled it may also cause osteoporosis (brittle bones).

Important note: If you have diabetes, you may also find that your diabetic symptoms, such as extreme thirst and tiredness, are made worse by hyperthyroidism.

Start a thyroid friendly health regime

Thyroid problems can have serious consequences and it is important to see your doctor if you suspect that you may be suffering from either hypo- or hyperthyroidism.

Conventional treatment is fairly straightforward, but as expected the prescription drugs for both conditions – levothyroxine and liothyronine, carbimazole and propanolol – don’t come without side effects…

Luckily, there are plenty of natural supplements and alternatives providing safe and effective treatment options:

Iodine: It is important to have the right balance of iodine in the body, as it is needed for your body to produce and use thyroid hormone properly.

In cases of severe iodine deficiency, hypothyroidism can occur. However, an excess on the other hand, can disrupt thyroid function leading to weight gain, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism and changes in the incidence and types of thyroid cancer. Get your levels checked by your doctor.

Severe iodine deficiency is now rare in developed countries, but you could have a borderline deficiency if you don’t eat fish and seafood, which are the best sources of this mineral. Taking 225mcg of kelp (a type of seaweed) each day will help ensure you have adequate iodine levels.

Animal food sources of iodine include dairy products and fish. Plant-based sources of iodine include cereals and grains, such as whole wheat and rye.

Choose the Thyroid Support Formula that gives you all of
these important nutrients

  • Iodine
  • Selenium
  • Zinc
  • Copper
  • Iron
  • B Vitamins
  • Tyrosine
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Selenium: Selenium is essential for healthy thyroid function. This trace mineral is critical for the enzyme that converts thyroid hormone T4 to its active form T3. It helps maintain the correct amount of thyroid hormones in the blood and tissues, including the liver, kidneys, and thyroid gland, as well as the brain.

Selenium-containing enzymes ‘detox’ the gland especially when we’re under stress and it helps the body to recycle its iodine stores more efficiently especially as we grow older.

Food sources of selenium are: Bananas, breadfruit, guava, lychees, mango, passion fruit, pomegranate and watermelon. Dates are a rich source of selenium in particular.

Zinc, copper and iron: Both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism can result in zinc deficiency. When zinc is low in the body, thyroid- stimulating hormone (TSH), T4, and T3 can, in turn, become low in the body. In some cases, supplementing with zinc can reverse hypothyroidism.

Copper is needed to produce TSH and T4, so when copper is low in the diet, the rate at which T4 is produced lowers. T4 keeps the body’s cholesterol synthesis on track. A link may exist between copper deficiency, high cholesterol and related heart problems – especially in people with hypothyroidism.

As stated iron deficiency anaemia is common in hypothyroidism and so iron-rich foods must be eaten.

Good food sources for zinc, iron and copper, are: Avocados, figs, dates, blackberries, pomegranates, raspberries, spirulina, pumpkin and swiss chard.

B vitamins and Antioxidants: Beta-carotene (a form of vitamin A), vitamin C and vitamin E, along with selenium and iodine, are important antioxidants that help the gland neutralise oxidative stress.

The B vitamins (B2, B3, and B6) are also vital for it’s function because they play an important part in manufacturing T4.

Tyrosine: Tyrosine is an amino acid (a building block of protein) essential to help manufacture thyroid hormones from iodine. The function of this amino acid is closely-knit with neurotransmitters and hormones in the body and is essential for normal mental functions.

Fortunately, there are many natural food sources of tyrosine, these include: fish, chicken, pork, whole grains, wheat, oats, milk, cheese, yoghurt, avocados, bananas, legumes and beans. Nuts and seeds are also good sources, such as almonds, lima beans, sesame seeds and pumpkin seeds.

The answer to all of the questions about thyroid function is to regain balance in function – and there is one natural supplement which has proven time and time again to help...

Higher Nature Thyroid Support Formula

This natural supplement has been formulated to ensure that all of the essential nutrients that your body needs for optimum thyroid function are present and in the correct amounts for a daily support formula.

Very few supplements contain all of the necessary compounds and none follow scientific research to provide these in the correct amounts to help support your thyroids function.

It doesn’t matter whether you are suffering the symptoms of hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism, whether you are on thyroxine supplements or not, this is the answer for you.

Take advantage of this unique thyroid support formulation, and put an end to those days where you really don’t have the energy to do what you need to do.

Kind regards

Jane Holton

Product Manager

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