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Vitamin B-12

Prevalence of vitamin B-12 deficiency among patients with thyroid dysfunction

Aryn B Collins MS, Roman Pawlak PhD, RD
Department of Nutrition Science, College of Allied Health, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, USA



Cleveland Clinic - Iodine Deficiency


New Studies on Magnesium and Thyroid Health
Dr. Izabella Wentz


Zinc Deficiency Associated with Hypothyroidism: An Overlooked Cause of Severe Alopecia
Ambooken Betsy, MP Binitha, and S Sarita


What to Know About Selenium and Your Thyroid - The nutrient is essential for thyroid function
By Mary Shomon | Reviewed by Richard N. Fogoros, MD


Zinc, copper, manganese, and selenium metabolism in thyroid disease.
Aihara K, Nishi Y, Hatano S, Kihara M, Yoshimitsu K, Takeichi N, Ito T, Ezaki H, Usui T.


Newer aspects of the roles of zinc, manganese, and copper in human nutrition.
Burch RE, Hahn HK, Sullivan JF.


Molecules important for thyroid hormone synthesis and action - known facts and future perspectives
Klaudia Brix, Dagmar Führer, and Heike Biebermann


Reductions in tyrosine levels are associated with thyroid hormone and catecholamine disturbances in sepsis
W Khaliq, corresponding author DT Andreis, A Kleyman, M Gräler, and M Singer


Proof of concept of the WOMED model of benign thyroid disease: Restitution of thyroid morphology after correction of physical and psychological stressors and magnesium supplementation
Roy Moncayo and Helga Moncayo


Subtle changes in thyroid indices during a placebo-controlled study of an extract of Withania somnifera in persons with bipolar disorder
Jessica M. Gannon, Paige E. Forrest, and K. N. Roy Chengappa


Promoting Healthy Thyroid Function with Iodine, Bladderwrack, Guggul and Iris
Stansbury, Jill; Saunders, Paul; Winston, David

Cayenne Pepper

50 Weight-Loss Breakthroughs Your Doctor Wishes You Knew
Denise Mann, MS