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Thyroid Rescue 911

por Alisa Princy (2019-09-19)

An important note: when taking selenium Thyroid Rescue 911 Review supplements, do not over do it! Excessive amounts may cause undesirable effects, including fatigue, abdominal pain, diarrhea, nerve damage and even infertility. too much selenium can also damage your thyroid. A dose of 50 to 100 mcg. of selenium taken daily is more than enough to provide sufficient antioxidant activity. So there I was, standing in line at Walmart, waiting to pay for my hair spray. As I checked out the scenery, such as it was, a Woman's World magazine leapt to my attention. Oh, it wasn't the cover picture of Oprah. I mean, the magazine rack looked like an Oprah retrospective, or family album or some such. No, it was the headline: "Doctor-recommended home THYROID CURE! Weight gain, fatigue, poor concentration? SOLVED!"Thyroid cure? Solved? And my 30+ years of research hadn't come across even a hint of a cure? I paid for my hair spray-and the magazine-and hurried home to read this amazing story. YIKES! And again I say, YIKES! Misinformation as far as the eye could see. Bad enough the author sallied forth to explain what she obviously didn't understand, but an editor let her get away with it! Sheesh! Explaining all the errors would take a book, so I'll just hit the highlights. (Lowlights?) First, she recommends iodized salt, ignoring a strong correlation between the use of iodized salt and the occurrence of Hashimoto's thyroiditis, the auto-immune form of hypothyroidism. Regular table salt has the life processed out of it, so it's a bad deal all on its own. Adding iodine compounds the problem. Yes, thyroid people need iodine, but not the stuff in table salt. No way, no how. She goes on the say you should always add protein to your high-carb meals. Well, as a matter of fact, you should avoid high carb meals. And her premise that protein interferes with thyroid function is bogus. The part about cooking broccoli instead of eating it raw is excellent advice. Oh, look! A bright spot! She goes on to add the suggestion to top it with butter rather than oleo. Oh, be still my heart! Another high moment. But, duh! Butter enhances health; oleo is poison. All of it-no matter what the ads say.