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old message Now Foods - Thyroid Health Darrell Miller 01/05/06
old message MELATONIN Darrell Miller 01/05/06
old message natural products Darrell Miller 01/05/06
old message PANTETHINE Darrell Miller 01/05/06
old message LICORICE Darrell Miller 01/05/06


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Date: January 05, 2006 11:07 AM
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Thyroid Health

At NOW, we understand the importance of supporting and promoting healthy glandular function. That’s why each and every product we offer contains only the most potent and effective nutrients available. Our team of certified nutritionists and PhD’s leave nothing to chance, and have scientifically formulated these supplements with your good health in mind.

References
1) Balch, James & Phyllis, Prescription for Natural Healing Third Edition, Avery, Penguin Putnam, 2000
2) Norman, James M.D., Thyroiditis: Definitions, Causes and Treatments, Endocrineweb.net, 2004
3) Ross, Julia, The Diet Cure, Penguin Books, 2000



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Date: January 05, 2006 11:15 AM
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Subject: MELATONIN

MELATONIN

Melatonin - Melatonin was initially discovered in 1958, and has been a keen subject of interest in many health-related industries ever since. Secreted by the pineal gland, oral supplementation of melatonin is primarily used to encourage natural sleep patterns. However, more recent research has demonstrated that melatonin also serves as powerful free radical fighting antioxidant that can help eliminate oxidation. Based on the unique working relationship between the pineal gland and the thyroid, high levels of oxidation can inhibit the production of thyroid hormones needed for metabolism. Supplementing with a high quality melatonin can encourage healthy thyroid activity by staving off these damaging free radicals. NOW® Melatonin is pharmaceutical grade and available in both 1 and 3 milligram potencies.








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Date: January 05, 2006 11:20 AM
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\Naturally produced by the liver in response to the production of is another essential component in metabolism. As adolescents, we produce more than we will at any other point in our lives. As we age however, natural production declines, and as a result, our production follows suit. By the age of 60, it is estimated that our bodies only produce approximately 25% of the we did as teenagers. By assisting in the breakdown of fats and sugars, has become well known for its ability to help the body burn fat while increasing lean muscle mass. Many researchers believe that this is directly related to the insulin sensitivity that supplementation induces. From any perspective, regular users of swear by their results. is available in both lozenges and lipospray.





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Date: January 05, 2006 11:10 AM
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PANTETHINE

Pantethine - This stable form of Pantothenic acid, or Vitamin B-5 plays an important role in human metabolism. Once ingested, pantothenic acid is converted within the body to produce a much more active substrate known as pantethine. From there, pantethine is then converted into Co-Enzyme A, or CoA and acyl-carrier protein, or ACP. Both have a significant impact on how effectively we’re able to breakdown and metabolize the proteins, fats and carbohydrates from our diet. CoA also assists in the transfer of long-chain fatty acids – a crucial element to fat burning and energy production. While pantothenic acid can be derived from the diet, supplementing pantethine is an excellent way to ensure that we’re supporting our metabolic processes, as it has been shown in numerous studies to create two times the amount of CoA than pantothenic acid. In turn, this may result in a more normalized metabolism, increased energy and adrenal stimulation. NOW® Pantethine uses Pantesin® Pantethine, one of the most trusted sources of this CoA precursor.




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Date: January 05, 2006 11:25 AM
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LICORICE

Licorice - In order for the adrenal and thyroid glands to function properly, they must be well nourished. This stimulates the production of thyroid hormones needed for metabolism. Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) has been used for centuries and is traditionally known for a long list of health benefits that range from increased immune response to promotion of healthy skin. One of its most unique qualities lies in its ability to defend our adrenal hormones against structural breakdown. Supporting these vital hormones makes it easier for the body to produce energy needed for metabolism and other biological functions.



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