Micotherapy TRD

Micotherapy TRD

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Integratore alimentare a base di funghi medicinali da agricoltura biologica e vitamine del gruppo B, con CoQ10, L-Tirosina, Selenio e Iodio da Fucus vesiculosus.

Finalità salutistiche

Micotherapy TRD è una formulazione studiata per migliorare la funzionalità tiroidea: Reishi e ABM aiutano a controllare l’asse dello stress migliorando l’umore, Tirosina, Selenio, Iodio e vitamine del gruppo B favoriscono la produzione di ormoni tiroidei, contribuendo alla protezione tiroidea da stress ossidativo e al corretto funzionamento del sistema nervoso.

Ingredienti per dose giornaliera (3 cps)

ABM (Agaricus blazei Murril sporophorum) estr. secco tit. 25% in polisaccardi, Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum P. Karst sporophorum) estr. secco tit. 25% in polisaccardi; Capsula vegetale (idrossipropilmetilcellulosa). L-Tirosina, Fucus (Fucus vesiculosus L.) estratto secco tit. 0,1% in iodio, Zinco gluconato, Coenzima Q10, Selenio metionina, Vit. B6 (piridossina), acido folico, Vit. B12 (cianocobalamina).

 

TENORE MEDIO INGREDIENTI PER 3 CAPSULE %VNR*
Agaricus blazei estr. secco 750 mg
Apporto in polisaccaridi 187,5 mg
Reishi estr. secco 750 mg
Apporto in polisaccaridi 187,5 mg
L-tirosina 300 mg
Fucus estr. secco 225 mg 150%
Apporto in iodio 225 mcg
Coenzima Q10 150 mg
Zinco 15 mg 150%
Vitamina B6 (piridossina) 9,5 mg 678%
Acido folico (Vit B9) 400 mcg 200%
Selenio 83 mcg 151%
Vitamina B12 (cianocobalamina) 33 mcg 1320%

 

*Valori Nutrizionali di Riferimento

 

Proprietà dei componenti

ABM (Agaricus Blazei Murril) estr. secco: controlla l’infiammazione e lo stress ossidativo; migliora le problematiche tiroidee su base immunitaria

Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum P. Karst)  estr. secco: modula il sistema immunitario e contribuisce a riequilibrare i livelli di cortisolo; aiuta a controllare l’asse dello stress migliorando l’umore

L-Tirosina: aminoacido indispensabile per la produzione di neurotrasmettitori e degli ormoni tiroidei. Indicata in caso di ipotiroidismo

Fucus estr. secco: utile come sostegno tiroideo e come coadiuvante nelle diete per la perdita di peso, lo iodio contenuto nel Fucus viene assimilato con facilità dall’organismo e si concentra maggiormente nella tiroide; lo iodio è un micronutriente essenziale per la sintesi degli ormoni tiroidei

Zinco gluconato: lo zinco partecipa come cofattore alla sintesi degli ormoni tiroidei e alla conversione del T4 in T3

Coenzima Q10: antiossidante, ripristina la funzione mitocondriale. La somministrazione combinata di CoQ10 e Selenio migliora la funzione tiroidea e cardiovascolare

Selenio metionina: fonte di selenio, particolarmente raccomandato nelle patologie tiroidee autoimmuni. La sua carenza predispone ad alterazioni della funzionalità tiroidea

Vit.B6 (piridossina): utile in presenza di ipertiroidismo, permette allo iodio di formare gli ormoni tiroidei. Contrasta i livelli di stress psico-fisico

Vit B9 (Acido folico): permette di regolare il metabolismo. Bassi livelli di acido folico nel sangue sono correlati ad un aumento di omocisteina, responsabile di aterosclerosi, rischio di infarto, embolia e ictus

Vit. B12 (cianocobalamina): la supplementazione di vitamina B12 migliora la sintomatologia nei pazienti affetti da ipotiroidismo

 

Modalità d’uso

Una capsula 3 volte al giorno preferibilmente lontano dai pasti.

Confezione

70 capsule

Note

Conservare in luogo fresco e asciutto.

 

Per maggiori informazioni visitate il sito: www.micotherapy.it

 

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