THYROFORCE is an innovative product on the veterinary market, whose active ingredients support the proper functioning of animal’s thyroid gland.
Tyrosine – an endogenous amino acid that is a precursor of thyroid hormones T3 and T4. The deficit of this compound is associated with hypothyroidism.
Iodine – one of the most important minerals that plays an important role in the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. Thyroid hormones production is greatly impaired when animal body is deficient in iodine.
Iron(in the form of amino acid chelate) – is a component of iodizing peroxidase, which is the enzyme responsible for the synthesis of thyroid hormones. Iron deficiency contributes to increased TSH secretion and reduced thyroid hormone production, by reducing the conversion of T4 to T3.
Zinc(in the form of amino acid chelate) – is a component of T3 receptor proteins. It works as an antioxidant and supports the immune system. With a decrease in its concentration in the blood, the titre of anti-thyroid antibodies (anti-TG, anti-TPO) increases. Its deficiency also translates into reduced levels of T3 and T4.
Vitamin D3 – has a strong immunostimulatory effect, which is very important in the case of autoimmune thyroid diseases. Supports the regulation of proliferation and differentiation of immune cells. In scientific studies, it was observed that TSH had a higher value, the higher the vitamin D deficit was.
Vitamins A and E – as natural compounds with antioxidant activity, counteract free oxygen radicals and alleviate oxidative stress, which is a factor destroying thyroid tissue cells.
Complex of group B vitamins – is necessary for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. It has been shown in studies that individuals suffering from hypothyroidism often have deficiencies of folic acid and vitamin B12, which is needed for the optimal work of the enzyme responsible for T3 formation.
Ashwagandha – optimizes the body’s response to stress, stimulates the thyroid gland to produce triiodothyronine and thyroxine.
supporting the proper functioning of the thyroid gland,