"N°10 Thyrocore contains Seleno-Iodide, an endocrine supplement designed to provide selenium and iodine, which are key nutrients for optimal thyroid and breast health.
Many patients aren't able to consume enough selenium and iodine naturally, which can lead to a decrease in natural antioxidant production. We sourced the selenium in N°10 Thyrocore from Seleno Excell®, a highly bioavailable, organically bound selenium, to supplement diet deficiencies and help your body perform at its peak."
- Dr. C
• Thyroid health • Energy & metabolism • Fat burning • Healthy mood
DIRECTIONS 2 capsules in the morning
This product provides a synergistic blend of iodine, along withits trace mineral partner selenium, to help maintain iodine levels and reduce oxidative stress for optimal thyroid and breast health. This product provides 3 mg of iodine combined with 100 mcg of selenium sourced from Seleno Excell®, a highly bioavailable, organically bound selenium.
Iodine is an essential trace mineral found in various forms in nature and is necessary for human growth and development.Dietary sources of iodine include seafood, seaweeds including wakame and nori, navy beans, potatoes, and iodized salt.Approximately 15 to 20 mg of iodine is concentrated in the thyroid gland in a healthy human body.1 Iodine is necessary for the synthesis of thyroid hormones, as it is one of the most important components of the hormones thyroxine (T4) and tri-iodothyronine(T3). T3 is the most active thyroid hormone and binds to receptors in the liver and brain to regulate gene expression.In addition to supporting thyroid hormone production,research shows iodine acts as an antioxidant, supporting a healthy thyroid gland and protecting a variety of tissues,including mammary tissue, the eyes and gastrointestinal lining.2 In other tissues, such as the mammary glands, the protective role of iodine is connected to its antioxidant function.3,4 Iodide can act as an electron donor in the presence of hydrogen peroxide and peroxidase, thereby decreasing damage by free oxygen radicals (Figure 1). In research studies,serum concentrations of iodine as low as 15 micromolar have demonstrated comparable antioxidant activity to vitamin C.