ipotiroidismo e ipertiroidismo

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ipotiroidismo e ipertiroidismo
PhytoItalia
ipotiroidismo
e ipertiroidismo
gli strumenti
per la regolazione tiroidea
senza ormoni
“Nutrire la tiroide”
TIREOFORCE
Le terapie in casi di ipotiroidismo non possono prendere in considerazione
solo la carenza di ormoni tiroidei e l’obbiettivo dovrebbe essere un riequilibrio
dell’organismo.
In molti casi di ipotiroidismo, specie quando la causa è una carenza nutrizionale o l’alterata funzionalità di
alcuni organi (fegato ecc.), è possibile ottenere dei miglioramenti correggendo questi problemi senza dover
ricorrere all’uso di ormoni tiroidei.
Tireoforce contiene la maggior parte dei cofattori che influiscono positivamente sul corretto funzionamento della Tiroide. Non contiene iodio, in quanto non è sempre indicata la somministrazione soprattutto
nelle prime fasi del trattamento di tiroiditi autoimmuni.
Una capsula contiene:
Vitamina C 200 mg, Zinco gluconato 115 mg, Magnesio carbonato 100 mg, Lievito arricchito al selenio 83 mg, Vitamina E 50% 60 mg, Manganese gluconato 59 mg, Vitamina B3
- 22 mg, Vitamina B2 - 2,4 mg, Vitamina B6 - 2 mg, Vitamina A - 1.2 mg, Cromo chelato
1 mg, Vitamina D3 - 10 µg, Vitamina B12 - 3,75 µg, Gelatina alimentare.
Modo d’uso: da 2 a 3 cps al giorno, secondo il parere del medico curante.
Assumere preferibilmente prima dei pasti.
Stimolare le ghiandole surrenali
Surrenact
È piuttosto frequente che i casi di squilibrio tiroideo siano accompagnati da
una debolezza surrenalica. Per poter riequilibrare efficacemente la funzionalità tiroidea sarà quindi indispensabile stimolare l’attività delle ghiandole surrenali a produrre.
• Glicocorticoidi
• Mineralcorticoidi
La stanchezza surrenalica può indurre un “Pregnenolone steal” detto furto di pregnenolone, inibendo la
sintesi corretta degli ormoni steroidei.
Prima di procedere alla stimolazione della funzionalità tiroidea si suggerisce quindi l’uso, ove
necessario, di Surrenact.
Una capsula contiene:
Lepidium meyenii (radice) totum 100 mg, Schisandra chinensis (foglie) totum 85 mg, Rhodiola
rosea (radice) totum 80 mg, Eleutherococcus senticosus (radice) totum 50 mg, Ocimum sanctum (pianta intera) polvere 30 mg, Zingiber officinalis (radice) totum 30 mg, Ocimum sanctum
(pianta intera) ext 2,5% 25 mg, Gelatina alimentare.
Modo d’uso: da 2 a 3 cps al giorno, secondo il parere del medico curante. Assumere preferibilmente prima dei pasti.
Stimolare la produzione di T4 e la
conversione in T3
T43 CONVERsE
Contrariamente alla terapia ormonale classica che prevede la vicariazione dell’ormone insufficiente nei casi di
ipotiroidismo, l’approccio fisiologico prevede la stimolazione della secrezione di T4 e soprattutto la stimolazione
della sua conversione, a livello epato-renale, in T3.
Le piante medicinali contenute in T43 converse hanno dimostrato scientificamente di:
• Stimolare la produzione di T4
• Stimolare la conversione della T4 in T3
Una capsula contiene: Commiphora mukul (resina) estratto secco 10% 100 mg, Withania
somnifera (radice) estratto secco 1,7% 80 mg, Coleus forskohlii (radice) estratto secco 20% 50
mg, Bacopa monnieri (rizoma) estratto 4:1 25 mg, eccipienti 50 mg, Gelatina alimentare.
Si consiglia di abbinare il T43 converse con un prodotto che stimoli la funzionalità epatica
nei soggetti con deficit accertato: il Desmodio Phytoitalia
Modo d’uso: da 2 a 3 cps al giorno, secondo il parere del medico curante.
Assumere preferibilmente prima dei pasti.
“Diminuire la secrezione di TSH,T4,T3”
AMIOTIROXIN
Nei casi di ipertiroidismo leggero o subclinico e comunque ove necessiti rallentare l’attività della tiroide in soggetti che manifestino sintomatologia correlata, Amiotiroxin è in grado di intervenire efficacemente grazie al contenuto di Lycopus
Europaeus indicato per la sua azione antitireotropa attraverso la riduzione della deiodinazione periferica di
T4, e una riduzione successiva dei livelli di TSH , legandosi all’ormone ed impedendogli di interagire con i
recettori sulla superficie della tiroide e di stimolare l’adenil ciclasi.
Una capsula contiene:
Lycopus europaeus (pianta intera) totum 244 mg, Ovomucoidi da Coturnix
Japonica 16 mg, Gelatina alimentare.
Si consiglia l’uso anche in abbinamento all’amiodarone nei soggetti
a rischio di ipertiroidismo.
Modo d’uso: da 2 a 3 cps al giorno, secondo il parere del medico
curante. Assumere preferibilmente prima dei pasti.
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