What is Thyroset?
Thyroset is a three-step ready-to-use supplementation protocol for supplementation of a diet of people requiring particular care concerning the health of their thyroid gland and the functioning of their hormonal system (for instance, people with Hashimoto’s disease and/or hypothyroidism). Thyroset contains omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins and minerals, deficits of which are frequently found in Hashimoto’s disease and hypothyroidism. The product was developed in cooperation with renowned scientists, and gastroenterology and endocrinology specialists.
What forms of vitamins and minerals does Thyroset contain? Are these easily absorbed forms?
Thyroset contains forms of vitamins and microelements considered to be one of the best on the market. It contains mineral forms of minerals (salts), chelates and methylated forms of vitamins. Additionally, fat-soluble vitamins: D3, E and K2 MK-7, together with omega-3 acids, were encapsulated in an oil capsule, ensuring the best form for their administration.
Why does Thyroset contain methylated forms of group B vitamins?
Our formulation contains a methylated form of vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin) and a methylated form of the folic acid (glucosamine 5-MTHF Quatrefolic®). These are active forms of these substances, characterised by the best bioavailability, that is, the degree of their absorption by the body. The form of supplemented folic acid is very important.
There is a growing number of reports about mutations in the MTHFR gene. In people with this mutation, folic acid and vitamin B12 are not processed normally. Excessive folic acid is then deposited in its toxic form. In future mothers, poor absorption of folic acid is associated with an increased risk of a neural tube defect or Down syndrome in a baby. Therefore, women with a mutation in the MTHFR gene should not take normal folic acid, but its methylated form (i.e. the form that can be absorbed by the body).
Why is Thyroset a 3-step dietary supplement?
Thyroset was divided into three capsules because the main assumption during the development of its formula was taking into account the antagonistic and synergistic interactions between its ingredients.
Thyroset was developed to exploit mutual synergies and eliminate antagonisms of vitamins and microelements to a maximum extent. The formulation contains vitamins and minerals which have been specially selected to ensure the most effective results, as individual ingredients complement each other.
Due to their structure and absorption and assimilation routes, the ingested vitamins and minerals demonstrate interactions between themselves, either limiting (antagonisms) or boosting (synergies) their absorption. Very frequently, supplementation is performed incorrectly, without taking into account the mutually exclusive effects of many vitamins and elements. The rules of synergism and antagonism should be strictly observed when supplementation with several individual substances is conducted, as well as when designing so-called multivitamins, or planning a healthy diet. The time of a day, when individual vitamins and elements are taken, is also extremely important, thus the formulation contains a set of vitamins and microelements selected accordingly for the time of their supplementation: morning, afternoon, and evening.
Does Thyroset supplement all deficiencies in people with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s disease?
The aim underlying the development of Thyroset was the supplementation of a diet of people requiring particular care concerning the health of their thyroid gland and functioning of their hormonal system (for instance, people with Hashimoto’s disease and/or hypothyroidism). The assumption behind Thyroset was supplementation of frequently occurring deficiencies.
However, it should be borne in mind that greater deficiencies may require additional supplementation with monoformulations, always determined on the basis of laboratory tests and medical consultations. It is also important to understand that supplementation provides support, but it should never be the main therapeutic intervention.
What distinguishes Thyroset from monoformulations available on the market?
Thyroset is a ready-to-use supplementation protocol developed by our experts. It includes omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals that are important in supplementation of a diet of people requiring particular care concerning the health of their thyroid gland and the functioning of their hormonal system (for instance, people with Hashimoto’s disease and/or hypothyroidism). It was developed on the basis of antagonisms and synergies, and this is a key to its formulation. Additionally, it is characterised by a minimum content of additional substances and technological additives, and does not contain titanium dioxide.
Does Thyroset contain gluten?
Thyroset is a gluten free product.
Does Thyroset contain lactose and sweeteners?
Thyroset is free of lactose and sweeteners.
Does Thyroset contain substances of animal origin?
Ingredients of animal origin include fish oil being a source of omega-3 fatty acids, included in capsule #1, and animal gelatin forming the envelope of capsules #1 and #2.
Can Thyroset be taken for a long time/several weeks/months without any risk?
Thyroset contains high levels of several vitamins and minerals; therefore, for safety reasons, it should not be taken for longer than three months, once a year. The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded and no other products being a concentrated source of the same ingredients should be taken. It is always prudent to verify levels of vitamins and mineral ingredients, and to consult the supplementation with a doctor. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy balanced lifestyle are very important, and dietary supplement should not be used as a substitute for a healthy balanced diet.
A content of several ingredients in the Thyroset formulation exceeds the Reference Daily Intake (RDI). Why?
Thyroset is a supplement aiming at supplementing deficiencies resulting from a diet. The content exceeding 100% RDI should not raise concerns during short-term use because quantities of vitamins and minerals in the product do not exceed the tolerable upper intake level (UL). The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded and no other products being a concentrated source of the same ingredients should be taken. It is always prudent to verify levels of vitamins and mineral ingredients, and to consult the supplementation with a doctor.
Can Thyroset be taken when I am planning to become pregnant or am pregnant?
High quality vitamins and minerals are always only a supplement of a overall healthy diet. Folic acid, iron, vitamin D and zinc are important for foetal development, and it is not always possible to ensure their sufficient supply with food products. Appropriately selected dietary supplements may be helpful in the development of a well-balanced diet. However, it should be borne in mind that vitamins and minerals are not a substitute for a healthy diet and it is much better when they are considered a part of it. It is recommended for women who are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding to take vitamin supplements solely after they consult their doctor.
What is the shelf life of the Thyroset formulation? Can it be taken also when it is past its expiry date?
The expiry date provided on the product packaging is a guarantee of the product quality and its correct effect. To that date we guarantee the unchanged properties and quality of the formulation. The formulation should not be taken when it is past its expiry date.