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With today’s farming methods depleting the natural mineral content of our lands, we can no longer rely on our foods to completely provide us with the essential vitamins and minerals that our bodies need. We source for nutritional products are made from the finest ingredients, grown from the best sources and produced with the most advanced technology. Each product retains its original nutritional value, encouraging both good health and peace of mind. Because we only want the best for our highly esteemed customers, we provide only the best. Good health starts with good nutrition. 

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The thyroid is a gland in the neck that produces two thyroid hormones, thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3).   Thyroxine is inactive and is converted by the tissues and organs that need it into tri-iodothyronine. The role of thyroid hormones, put simply, is to regulate the metabolism of virtually all cells in the body. When the thyroid gland becomes affected by disease, sometimes the production or release of these hormones can be abnormally high, leading to increased  levels  in  the  blood resulting in a  state  of  thyroid  over activity  known  as  hyperthyroidism  or thyrotoxicosis. If this happens, the body’s metabolism speeds up and this can be manifest by changes  in  various,  and  seemingly  unrelated  tissues.  In this state of hyperthyroidism, a blood test will show an elevated amount of these thyroid hormones circulating.

Some causes may include- autoimmunity, causing stimulation of the thyroid gland, overproduction of hormones by benign tumours in the thyroid gland, inflammatory conditions of the thyroid called thyroiditis, which sometimes is the result of pregnancy, viruses or drugs such as amiodarone or interferon. All the types of hyperthyroidism just  mentioned  are  usually  classified  as  primary,  meaning  that  they  result  from  an  excess stimulation or release of thyroid hormone  from the thyroid gland. Very rarely, there may be secondary  thyroid  over activity  as  a  result  of  a  pituitary  problem  where  the  pituitary  gland manufactures an excess amount of TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone).

symptoms and signs of hyperthyroidism may  include  fatigue,  heat  intolerance,  sweating,  weight  loss  despite  good appetite, shakiness, inappropriate anxiety, palpitations of the heart, shortness of breath, tetchiness and agitation, poor sleep, thirst, nausea and increased frequency of defecation. The elderly may complain predominantly of heart problems with a fast or irregular heartbeat, breathlessness and ankle swelling, whereas children tend to hyperactivity, with a short attention span.  Signs include shaky and hot hands, fast or irregular heartbeat, inability to sit still, flushing of the face and upper trunk, fast tendon reflexes, an enlarged thyroid gland and prominent or bulging eyes

Treatment of hyperthyroidism include the use of medications such as- Betablockers, Antithyroid drugs and Radioiodine or Thyroid surgery