What are the thyroid and parathyroid glands?
Both the thyroid and parathyroid glands are endocrine glands. This means they make and release (secrete) hormones. Hormones are chemicals which can be released into the bloodstream. They act as messengers, affecting cells and tissues in distant parts of your body. Thyroid hormones affect the body’s metabolic rate and the levels of certain minerals in the blood. The hormone produced by the parathyroid also helps to control the amount of these essential minerals.
Where is the thyroid gland?
The thyroid gland is found in the front part of your neck. It is made up of two lobes – the right and the left lobes. These two lobes are joined by a small bridge of thyroid tissue called the isthmus. The two lobes lie on either side of your windpipe (trachea).
How do the parathyroids work?
Normally parathyroid hormone release is triggered when the level of calcium in the blood is low. When the calcium level rises and is back to normal, the release of parathyroid hormone from the parathyroids is suppressed. However, parathyroid hormone and calcitonin work together to control calcium levels in the blood. The blood calcium level is the main stimulus for the release of these hormones, as the release of these hormones is not controlled by the pituitary gland.
When the calcium level is high in the bloodstream, the thyroid gland releases calcitonin. Calcitonin slows down the activity of the osteoclasts found in bone. This decreases blood calcium levels. When calcium levels decrease, this stimulates the parathyroid gland to release parathyroid hormone. Parathyroid hormone encourages the normal process of bone breakdown (essential for maintenance and growth of the bone). This process of bone breakdown releases calcium into the bloodstream. These actions raise calcium levels and counteract the effects of calcitonin. By having two hormones with opposing actions, the level of calcium in the blood can be carefully regulated.
Parathyroid hormone also acts on the kidneys. Here it slows down the amount of calcium and magnesium filtered from the blood into the urine. Parathyroid hormone also stimulates the kidneys to make calcitriol, the active form of vitamin D. Calcitriol helps to increase the amount of calcium, magnesium and phosphorus absorbed from your guts (intestines) into the blood.
WHAT IS BARONHELP THYROID SUPPORT?
Thyroid gland is a special and complicated organ that regulates metabolism. It also affects the development and synthesis of proteins. It requires nourishing with trace minerals, especially iodine. A healthy thyroid is essential to normal intellectual function, metabolic rate and calcium regulation.
The BaronHelp Thyroid Support formula is specifically designed and developed. This is combination of vitamins, minerals, and herbs to help support healthy energy levels, support focus and clarity, and support healthy thyroid hormone production.
Supports Healthy Thyroid Hormone Production
The ingredients in the BaronHelp Thyroid Support formula work together synergistically and can help your body maintain healthy thyroid hormone levels already within the normal range, so you can get the best out of life.
Supports Healthy Energy Levels
In order to maintain healthy energy levels, simple lifestyle practices can be put in place such as eating a well-balanced diet and maintaining regular exercise. The Ashwagandha and L-Tyrosine in BaronHelp Thyroid Support can also help to support healthy energy levels and alertness.
Supports Focus and Clarity
BaronHelp Thyroid Support provides you with extra support for the brain and mind, by including Schisandra and vitamin B12. Healthy thyroid levels are very important for normal focus, clarity, and memory.
THYROID SUPPORT INGREDIENTS
BaronHelp Thyroid Support is a bespoke blend of ingredients specifically formulated to help support healthy thyroid hormone production.
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The ingredients inside Thyroid Support have been presented in numerous mainstream media and from research clinics and organisations.
“Zinc and other trace elements such as copper and selenium are required for the synthesis of thyroid hormones, a deficiency of these can result in hypothyroidism.”
Published by NCBI, March 2013
“Iodine is an element that is needed for the production of thyroid hormone. . . . If you do not have enough iodine in your body, you cannot make enough thyroid hormone.”
Published by American Thyroid Association, August 2019
“Taking tyrosine helps people who have lost a night’s sleep stay alert for about 3 hours longer than they otherwise would. Also, early research shows that tyrosine improves memory and reasoning in people who are sleep-deprived.”
Published by WebMD, August 2019
Do I need a prescription for BaronHelp Thyroid Support?
Thyroid Support is available for purchase without a prescription.
How do I use BaronHelp Thyroid Support?
Take two (2) capsules a day with food or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Do not exceed the recommended dose. Also, pregnant or nursing mothers, children under 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
I don’t enjoy swallowing capsules. Do I have any other options?
While the BaronHelp Thyroid Support capsule can be taken apart and absorbed in your favorite drink or food, we would not recommend this due to the taste. As this capsule contains compact powder, we would also not recommend splitting the capsule in half and attempting to swallow the halves.
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Some User Experiences:
This product completely changed my energy level to one of my being able to function normally. No blood tests detected a low thyroid level, but I was so tired and could not work full time. This changed that for me and this is not a joke or a marketing gimmick. I strongly recommend it for any one with ME/ CFS Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Noticed a dramatic change within several days. I workout as a bodybuilder, powerlifter and weightlifter, and runner,not to mention that I’m a personal trainer who trains 50+ hours a week. I was still experiencing bloating! So my body depletes of its nutrition very very quickly, so having a hypothyroid was causing serious fatigue, foggy brain, very depressed days, lack of motivation, hair falling out, waking up very tired even with a full nights sleep. AND NOW- oh my goodness! I woke up this morning feeling completely rested! Ready for the day. I can see my mental state lifting. My body is burning fat like it used to when i was in my early 30’s.
Yes, as of 5-26-2015 the capsule is now vegetarian. The current product label is one of the images in the listing 🙂
Yes, any thyroid imbalance will affect hair loss and disruption in the hormonal levels in the body. This product is actualy better than most out there because it is absorbed into the body quickly, you can actually feel the difference in minutes. But for hair loss you should consider adding in, B-Complex, Iron, Inositol (IP6), Biotin, Paba, Gaba, Zinc, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Flax Seed Oil and a mineral complex.
All of the reviews for this product are 100% real. There’s some variation from individual to individual as to whether or not you feel better after taking any dietary supplement. However, overwhelmingly the majority of people that use our Thyroid Support supplement appear to like it. Everyone responds a little differently to dietary supplements, so we understand that our product may not be a good fit for you.
If you do not like it, feel free to request a refund.