lionheart wrote:From your post I get the impression that you haven't been dx-d yet, did i get it right?
I am not well acquainted with the take of all these supplements, yours as well as Dim's seem a lot too many to me.. I must confess that all of them are good and still, I want to learn of a doctor who has interfered as well...and has given their advice.
Who says how much is necessary and safe?
"7gr High quality omega 3 from fish oil"
really??? what are the d3 and A levels in those puppies?!
jimmylegs wrote:i don't take melatonin so i don't know... there are links with your b12 status and melatonin. some folks here reported trouble sleeping and they were taking 2000mcg b12 in the morning. when they moved it later in the day it helped.
DIM wrote:-Don't take any amino acid with food as food proteins reduce their absorption especially for non essential amino acids as ALCAR and NAC are!
-Take Magnesium away from Calcium, they interfere.
-Don't take EGCG or other plant antioxidants with food or minerals as they are iron chelators (and reduce other mineral absorption say calcium).
-Reduce NAC, no need for more than 1200-1500mg according to some researches and check regurarly uric acid levels, wife's increased remarkably to high normal levels with 1500mg inosine and you don't want to cause gout.
-Probably reduce vitamin A dosage (or check levels), although I started with 5000mg/day I reduce the dosage to 5000mg 4-5 times per week, vit A is quite toxic!
-Increase Zinc to 25-45mg/day and check your levels, take half vit C with lunch-half with dinner, you can't absorb more than 200-250mg each time.
CureOrBust wrote:Melatonin is not universally recommended by everyone. It is not suggested for people with autoimmune conditions, and you have yet to receive a diagnosis.
daverestonvirginia wrote:10000 IU Vitamin D3 per day seems a little high to me. I have found the only way to figure out how much vitamin d a person needs is to get your level checked every 6 months for the first couple years. Because everyone is different a 10000 IU Vitamin D3 dose a day might be fine, but that would be way too much for me. See
http://www.msrc.co.uk/index.cfm?fuseact ... &pageid=39
for the levels you should be looking for. good luck
I'd back off the EGCG for a bit, and try giving her a sea kelp iodine supplement and see if her thyroid numbers can reach normal levels again....I don't think quercetin would affect the thyroid gland. I am hypothyroid since birth of my son, and I take armour thyroid supplementation, but my hypothyroidism developed over several years. My TSH was 15 at its worst, it's normal now. The iodine in sea kelp has been helpful.
I still do not understand iron levels...afraid I'm no help, there! Jeff continues to work too much, but he's almost done with a couple of projects, and will have a break in mid-March. His left foot has a numb patch that comes and goes, but he's hanging in there. Thanks for asking, and good luck getting your wife's thyroid back to normal.
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