KFD Selenium 200tbl
-kilpnäärmehormooni probleemide korral
-vähendab autoimmuunse kilpnäärme haiguste riski
- Acts as a an anti-inflammatory (many diseases are results of inflammation in the body)
- Boosts your immune system by increasing the effectiveness of white blood cells, which are responsible for warding off infection and viruses
- Helps alleviate dandruff problems
- Regulates the thyroid by enabling the less active form of thyroid hormone to be converted into the active form that is used by your body
- Aids in sperm motility, thus enhancing male fertility
- Protects your heart by decreasing the risk of blood clotting, reducing your bad cholesterol levels and increasing your good cholesterol level
- Fights against free radical damage and cancer, as studies have shown that the amount of deaths due to cancer are less in those that have adequate levels of selenium.
Selenium KFD is a high quality product and contains the best organic form of Selenium.
Selenium is an element displaying a number of important functions, ranging from antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, to the production of active thyroid hormone. The appropriate level of selenium has an antiviral effect, affects the reproductive functions of women and men, reduces the risk of autoimmune thyroid diseases.
Selenium KFD, in our opinion, support people exposed to deficiencies of this microelement due to adherence to a strict diet, often being deficient in vitamins and minerals, as well as athletes who are much more exposed to deficiencies due to the excessive effort they take.
If you believe you could be selenium deficient, it’s important not to ignore it. Untreated selenium deficiency can result in diseases like Keshan’s disease (a cardiomyopathy) and male infertility. With long term deficiency, you make yourself more prone to developing Hashimoto’s disease, a condition in which your body’s own immune system attacks the thyroid.
The signs you might have selenium deficiency are:
- Muscle weakness and fatigue
- Pain in the joints
- Unhealthy Hair
- White spots on fingernails
It’s important to keep in mind that we have different needs. Some need more selenium than others. Those most at risk for having a selenium deficiency are people undergoing kidney dialysis, people living with HIV, people with gastrointestinal disorders, as this can mean mal-absorbtion of selenium as well as patients on total parenteral nutrition (TPN) as their only source of food.