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    Selenium and autoimmune thyroiditis

    Just found out in my research online, that according to these articles or links below, taking 200mcg of selenium daily can actually reduce thyroid antibodies for those who who have autoimmune thyroiditis and whose antibodies are sky high, or who just want to be cured as we all do ha ha ha.

    Apparently it's even safe to take whilst you're pregnant (for the gals)




    I'm really excited about this and want to try it out ASAP.


    What does everyone think?


    Sorry unable to provide links to this, because it won't allow me to do so, due to the fact I don't have 20 posts yet.
    But you can google it yourself under selenium and hashimotos or selenium and thyroiditis








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    http://thyroid.about.com/cs/newsinfo/l/blselenium.htm

    i got my 20 posts up so I was able to post a link now, but I do believe I read somewhere that selenium only works on antibodies if you take it with vitamin E

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