Everyday should be a good hair day. Am I right? Hair loss might be the worst aspect of thyroid symptoms. Good news, we've got you covered. Dr.C has pinpointed key nutrients that can help support the body to regrow hair along will all your essential thyroid nutrients included in this bundle
Daily Reset Packs
The first thyroid-friendly multi combined with essential fats, a full dose of vitamin D and extra calcium/magnesium. All the essential nutrients needed to keep your thyroid working optimally.
Hair Skin and Nails
HSN is a comprehensive formula that combines a wide array of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and botanicals to provide the necessary building blocks for healthy hair, skin and nails. While many people think hair, skin and nails exist simply for cosmetic reasons, they actually serve valuable health functions. The skin is the body’s largest organ and a primary site of detoxification (via perspiration). It also helps regulate body temperature. The strength and appearance of nails offer insight into the body’s nutrient status, as inadequate levels of certain vitamins or minerals may negatively impact nail growth and health. The same is true for hair, and hair—particularly eyebrows and eyelashes—serves a protective function in keeping dust and debris out of the eyes. Aging, sun damage, oxidative stress, as well as nutritional and hormonal imbalances can all impact the health and luster of hair, skin and nails.
Iron Chelate provides a safe, effective and well-tolerated form of iron supplementation, designed to help support suboptimal iron levels in the body. The mineral iron is an essential nutrient in human health. It is crucial for maintaining healthy blood and delivering oxygen to tissues throughout the body. It is essential for proper energy levels, a healthy pregnancy, connective tissue integrity, cardiovascular health, normal cognitive development, and a strong immune system. While iron can be found in fresh green leafy vegetables and beans, its bioavailability from plant sources is poor. Iron from meat is much more bioavailable and better absorbed by the body, but many people with substandard digestive health avoid meat due to poor tolerance. Thus, individuals on strict vegetarian or vegan diets may be at risk for suboptimal iron levels, as are those who may not always have optimal absorption of nutrients through their digestive system.