Natural Thyroid Supplement from New Zealand Cows Treat Hypothyroidism

Volume 7    |    Issue 53

If you have any symptoms for hypothyroidism, and visit your doctor to talk about options, here's what may happen. Your doctor is going to do a blood test to see if your thyroid is underperforming. And, in a lot of these cases, the blood test is going to come back normal.

This can be extremely frustrating, as many people with hypothyroidism do test normal. But what is normal? You may have so-called "normal" levels, but those levels might not be high enough for your body. You may need more thyroid hormone than your body is producing, even though you're producing enough for the average person. What's worse, most doctors won't prescribe any thyroid hormone if you have normal levels.

Even though this condition is fairly common, mainstream medicine is only now beginning to recognize it and the need for treatment. So if your doctor acknowledges that you have symptoms, but still won't treat you, what can you do?

There are a growing number of doctors who will prescribe thyroid hormone for patients with normal blood levels and are symptomatic. However, that number is still very low. But I have a better option than starting with a prescription anyway.

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Until recently, there wasn't an over-the-counter product you could use to treat hypothyroidism. But I recently found one that's quite impressive. The manufacturers of Thyrovanz™ are in New Zealand and use only natural desiccated thyroid glandular from New Zealand cows. This is extremely important for a few reasons.

First, many thyroid products use desiccated thyroid from pigs, not cows. I prefer cows simply because of their diet. And some people are allergic to porcine products. Second, New Zealand doesn't allow any genetically modified methods of farming or production. So you know their products aren't genetically modified. Third, New Zealand has never experienced any outbreaks of mad cow disease, so you know the animals they use are healthy. And finally, the animals are never treated with any growth hormones. So you don't have to worry about any contamination from outside hormones. Thyrovanz uses only grass-fed cows as well, so the quality is top-notch.

Unlike other quality products, such as Nature-Throid and Armour, you don't need a prescription for Thyrovanz in the US (though a prescription is required in some countries). So it's ideal for anyone who might suspect they have thyroid problems, but their blood tests come back normal. Many people who try Thyrovanz see an immediate response. They feel better overnight. Their metabolism works better and their energy levels are up. Some people don't see an impact as fast. It might take a few days or even a few weeks. Use the entire bottle and see if it works. If you're not sure, stop taking it for a couple of days and see if your energy level drops. If it does, then you can be sure it was working for you. Sometimes with supplements you don't notice a difference until you stop taking them.

Again, if you have any hypothyroid symptoms, including fatigue, cold sensitivity, constipation, dry skin, and unexplained weight gain, then give Thyrovanz a try. You can order Thyrovanz by following this link. Make sure you let me know if it works for you.

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