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#1 neonossuary

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Posted 17 June 2014 - 04:57 AM


Hello. I'm somewhat new to this sort of thing. I basically am taking a bunch of supplements and I have no idea if they are too much/too little/unneccessary. I was recently diagnosed with hypothyroid and I am mostly trying to treat those symptoms (I am also on Levothyroxine). Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

acai: 1,000 mg

b3: 18 mg

b5: 13.68 mg

b6: 3 mg

b12: 3 mcg

biotin: 10,450 mcg

boron: 3 mg

vitamin c: 361 mg

calcium: 166 mg

cinnamon extract: 1000 mg

copper: 1.65 mg

cynatine hns: 500 mg

d3: 10,000 iu

vitamin e: 54 iu

folic acid: 200 mcg

green tea extract: 945 mg

milk thistle: 525 mg

niacin: 10 mg

riboflavin: 0.85

thiamin: 0.75 mg

turmeric: 450 mg

turmeric extract: 50 mg

zinc: 72.5 mg



#2 Faustina

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Posted 07 July 2017 - 11:20 AM

Hello, I am not an expert but I think a lot of what you are taking could be got from a very good high quality multivitamin. The milk thistle seems good to support your liver which can have a positive effect on your liver. I am not sure about taking the green tea extract, that could be quite a high dose long term and you might be better just drinking a cup or two during the day to get some green tea benefits. In addition some people take Sea Kelp for their thyroid however you would need to do some reseach into that and discuss it with your doctor before taking it.



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