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    Thyromine by Pacific Naturals

    WHAT MAKES THYROMINE SO SPECIAL?

    Thyromine is a unique blend of rare herbs, a nutrient rich sea vegetable called Nori, and bovine powders of thyroid and adrenalin. These ingredients are designed to work together, each assisting the other. This particular formula makes the ingredients more bioavailable to the thyroid.
    I think it's wise to keep an eye on what's out there and share thoughts about products. So with that in mind, I'm asking if you'd like to peruse this and see what you think. I have absolutely no connection with them and am simply curious when I come across something new to me. Please share your opinions - good, bad or indifferent.

    http://www.thyromine.com/howitworks.php

    http://www.thyromine.com/ingredients.php

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    Re: Thyromine by Pacific Naturals

    Quote Originally Posted by Savannah

    I think it's wise to keep an eye on what's out there and share thoughts about products. So with that in mind, I'm asking if you'd like to peruse this and see what you think. I have absolutely no connection with them and am simply curious when I come across something new to me. Please share your opinions - good, bad or indifferent.

    http://www.thyromine.com/howitworks.php

    http://www.thyromine.com/ingredients.php
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    I found this which seems to cast doubts on the effectiveness the product could have
    http://www.ultimatefatburner.com/thyrom ... eview.html

    There also seems to be much emphasis on the supplements ability to 'fat burn' & aid weight loss by possibly speeding up the metabolism unneccessarily by anyone without TD which might induce Hyperthyroidism as could the sea weed ingredients if you didn't have an Iodine deficiency.
    Jellybean

 

 

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