Thursday, June 25, 2009

Influence of vitamins in thyroid related illness

There is a correlation between levels of thyroid hormones and levels of specific micronutrients such as selenium, zinc, retinol, and alpha-tocopherol. Several studies are being conducted to assess the impact of vitamin intake on thyroid related problems.

Patients with thyroid disease should take supplements containing molecules with anti-oxidant properties, such as vitamin C, vitamin E, and coenzyme Q10. (Vitamin C and B-complex vitamins are very important.) Induction of B1 is supposed to be the best for helping thyroid to function properly in views of some doctors. B1 is mainly found in brewer’s yeast and germinated wheat. For non-vegetarians source of this vitamin is liver part of meat.

Patients suffering from thyroid diseases mostly suffer from the following symptoms and disorders, they should take the vitamins in the form of food products or even can take pills of the mentioned vitamins on the advice of a physician.

Vitamins recommended in thyroid related diseases and symptoms

A- Kidney stone

C-Arthritis

E-Menses

B1-Appetite, constipation, fatigue,

B1 and B2 –skin problems

B6-Emotional disturbance, gall bladder stone.

B6 and D-Anaemia, weakness

B12-Pernicious anemia

LINKS AND REFERENCES

Vitamin D deficiency and thyroid diseases

Vitamins and suppliments improve thyroid patients



1 comment:

  1. Is there any co-relation between vitamin b12 and coq10? Are they helping each other to be able to achieve optimum health.

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