- MFG # 1118
- UPC # PR1276
Thyroid 32.5 mg by Priority One could potentially work to maintain optimal thyroid function.
Notably‚ your thyroid gland produces thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3)‚ which are hormones that play a key role in regulating your metabolism as well as other bodily functions.
According to proponents of glandular therapy‚ tissues from certain animal glands could potentially act to stimulate the activity of similar glands in humans. For this reason‚ this Priority One supplement provides 32.5 milligrams of thyroid tissue per serving; markedly‚ this glandular tissue may help address certain symptoms associated with a slightly underactive thyroid‚ such as fatigue‚ constipation‚ or muscle weakness.
Since Thyroid 32.5 mg contains less glandular tissue than other thyroid supplements‚ it may have a milder effect on your thyroid gland.
Finally‚ Thyroid 32.5 mg is free of preservatives‚ bisphenol-A (BPA)‚ and phthalates.
Take one capsule daily. At the standard serving size‚ each 90-capsule bottle of Priority One’s Thyroid 32.5 mg should last for about three months.
Serving Size: One (1) Capsule
Amount Per Serving / % DV
Thyroid 32.5mg / **
**US Daily Value not established.
Other Ingredients: Rice chelate‚ capsule (gelatin‚ purified water).
Contains no preservatives.
Bisphenol-A (BPA) & Phthalate Free.
Take one (1) capsule daily‚ or as directed by your physician.
May cause reaction with other thyroid medications. If heart palpitations‚ excessive sweating‚ or hyperthyroidism occur discontinue use. Do not exceed four (4) capsules in a 24 hour period. Keep container tightly closed‚ store in a cool‚ dry place. Keep out of reach of children. For professional use only.
Allergy / Dietary Needs
- BPA Free
- GMO Free
- GMP Certification
- Phthalate Free
- Preservative Free
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Marilyn Cameron on 7/09/2015
What is the origin of the product? Does it have T3 and T4 in it? If so in what amounts?A
PureFormulas on 7/10/2015
Thank you for your question, Marilyn. Priority One thyroid glandulars are derived from bovine (cow) and it contains all the hormones. They do not test for T3, T4 levels as that would put them in the pharmaceuticals category.
- PureFormulas on 7/10/2015