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ThyroSmart from Lorna Vanderhaeghe supports optimal thyroid health, improves energy and metabolism. Hypothyroidism or low thyroid hormone is a common condition in North America, particularly Canada and the upper U.S. states where levels of sunlight are low for much of the year, and soil mineral depletion is common. LARGER, MONEY SAVING 120 CAP SIZE THYROSMART BOTTLE. [VCAPS]


L-Tyrosine 500 mg
Ashwagandha Extract (Withania somnifera) Root  
(1.5% Withanolides) (5:1 from 750mg Ashwagandha) 150 mg
Commiphora mukul (Guggul) (Oleo-Gum Resin) Extract 120 mg
(2.5% Guggulsterones)  
Pantothenic acid (Calcium d-Pantothenate) 100 mg
Copper (Gluconate) 500 mcg
Manganese (Citrate) 500 mcg
Iodine (Potassium Iodide) 100 mcg
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(vegetable cellulose and water),  
microcrystalline cellulose,  
and magnesium stearate (lubricant).  


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Vegan Friendly. This product does not contain artificial preservatives, colour or sweeteners, dairy, soy, wheat or yeast.


Women's Health

Low Thyroid

Weight Loss

Articles by a Naturopathic doctor.




  Supports thyroid health
  Improves conversion of T4 to T3
  Enhances weight loss
  Improves energy
  Supports proper hormone balance
  Improves sensitivity to temperature


2 capsules per day with breakfast. You can take up to four capsules per day.



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ThyroSmart Supports Optimal Thyroid Health, Improves Energy and Metabolism

What to expect from this product:

For those with low thyroid:

  Supports thyroid health
  Improves conversion of T4 to T3
  Enhances weight loss
  Improves energy
  Supports proper hormone balance
  Improves sensitivity to temperature
For those taking thyroid medication:
  Works with thyroid medication (if you are still feeling the symptoms of hypothyroidism) to enhance the beneficial action of supplemental thyroid hormones.
  Do not stop your thyroid medication. THYROSMART is to be used in conjunction with your thyroid medication.
Caution for those with hyperthyroid. Do not take THYROSMART if you have hyperthyroid without the recommendation of your health care practitioner.

Ingredient Details:
L-Tyrosine 250 mg
L-Tyrosine is an amino acid necessary for the manufacture of thyroid hormones.

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)

(1.5% withanolides)(5:1 from 375 mg Ashwagandha)
Ashwagandha has traditionally been used in Ayurvedic medicine to support the thyroid gland. Studies show that it enhances thyroid function and produces a significant increase in T4 thyroid hormone. Guggal extract and Ashwagandha should be used together to support thyroid health.

Guggal (Commiphora mukul)

3% Guggulsterones)(3.5:1 from 175 mg Guggal)
Guggal extract supports complete thyroid health while enhancing the conversion of T4 hormone to the more potent T3 hormone.

Pantothenic Acid (Calcium Pantothenate)

Pantothenic Acid supports the adrenal glands, increases energy, helps you better handle stressful situations and reduces cellulite.

Copper (Gluconate)

Manganese (Citrate)

A deficiency in the above nutrients can cause or contribute to hypothyroidism. Supplementing with these as well as vitamins A, B2, B3, B6, C and E will ensure optimal health of your thyroid gland. MULTISMART includes the supporting nutrients and combined with THYROSMART will provide proper thyroid nutrition.

Iodine (Potassium Iodide)

Iodine is essential for the manufacture of thyroid hormones.

The thyroid gland is located in the front of the neck below the voice box. The thyroid secretes two hormones that are essential for regulating metabolism: triiodothytonine (T3) and thyroxine (T4). A deficiency in these hormones results in hypothyroidism, a common affliction that is estimated to affect almost 2 in 10 women in North America. Symptoms include: low body temperature, weight gain, fatigue, depression, recurrent infections, sensitivity to cold, dry skin, headaches, reduced libido and menstrual problems.

Severe hypothyroidism requires a prescription from your health care practitioner for supplemental thyroid hormone. Low thyroid function that is mild or sub-clinical may respond to nutritional and herbal supplementation. Even if you are on a thyroid medication, nutritional support in the form of THYROSMART may alleviate some of the symptoms you may still be experiencing.


1.Plan to take the test first thing in the morning after you wake up, because it's important to measure temperature after you have had adequate rest.

2.Before going to sleep, if you are not using a digital thermometer shake down a regular thermometer to below the 95-degree mark and place it by your bed.

3.Immediately upon waking, place the thermometer in your armpit (if using a regular thermometer keep it there for a full 10). Hold your elbow close to your side to keep the thermometer in place.

4.Read and record the temperature and date.

5.Repeat the test for least three mornings (preferably at the same time of day).

6.A reading between 97.6 and 98.2 degrees F is normal. Readings below 97.6 may indicate hypothyroidism.

Note: Menstruating women must perform the test on the second, third, and fourth days of menstruation. Men and postmenopausal women can perform the test at any time.

Low Thyroid? by Lorna Vanderhaeghe

If you have the following symptoms low thyroid may be your problem:
 Thinning hair
 Dry skin
 Weight gain or difficulty losing weight
 Sensitivity to cold
 Menstrual problems
 Fatigue or lethargy

Hypothyroid or low thyroid hormone is very common in Canada, affecting approximately 20-25 percent of the female population and about 10 percent of males. An additional 20 percent may also have subclinical or mild hypothyroidism whereby their TSH is within normal range. The thyroid secretes two hormones T3 and T4 that are crucial for controlling our metabolism. Because they affect every cell in the body, a deficiency will result in many symptoms including those mentioned above.

Severe hypothyroidism, confirmed by a thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) test, requires the use of thyroid medication. But if you have mild or subclinical low thyroid, where your TSH is greater than 2.0 IU/ml but less than the 5.5 IU/ml level indicative of hypothyroidism, the nutrients found in THYROSMART may help. Or, if you have been on thyroid medication for a while and you still have symptoms you may not be converting your thyroid hormones very well. THYROSMART may also help correct this.

Ashwagandha and guggal (Comiphora mukul) are two herbs that work together to help improve thyroid activity. Ashwagandha increases the level of T4 thyroid hormone while guggal (Comiphora mukul) enhances the conversion of T4 to the more potent T3 form directly on the thyroid gland. Ninety-five percent of all cases of low thyroid are due to impaired conversion of T4 into T3 in the tissues of the thyroid gland. THYROSMART also contains other important nutrients known to improve thyroid health.

Vitamin D is essential for the manufacture of thyroid hormone. In Canada we tend to see higher rates of low thyroid due to our low exposure to sunlight. We also need tyrosine, found in protein, to make thyroid hormones. Start your day with an egg, a protein shake or a chicken breast. Now that we are eliminating salt from our diet we often do not get enough iodine to support proper thyroid health.

The thyroid gland plays a crucial role in our overall health. If it is not operating at peak performance you won't be able to lose weight or you may have drastic increases in your weight over a short period of time; your hair may thin including your eyebrows; your skin will wrinkle excessively and be dry; and you may experience menstrual problems or severe menopause symptoms. Combine THYROSMART along with your multivitamins (with minerals) and essential fatty acids for optimal health.

Thyroid (Hypothyroidism)

Hypothyroidism or low thyroid hormone is a common condition in North America, particularly Canada and the upper U.S. states where levels of sunlight are low for much of the year, and soil mineral depletion is common. Low thyroid function affects approximately 20-25 percent of the female population and about 10 percent of males. An additional 30 percent of persons over the age of 35 may also have sub-clinical or mild hypothyroidism whereby their thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) is within normal range, but they have many of the symptoms of low thyroid. The thyroid secretes two hormones - T3 and T4 - that are crucial for controlling our metabolism. Because thyroid hormones affect every cell in the body, a deficiency will result in many symptoms.

The thyroid is a small gland that lies below the Adam's apple in the neck, wrapped around both sides of the trachea. It secretes thyroid hormones that control many metabolic functions in the body. Thyroid hormones stimulate the production of proteins and increase the use of oxygen by cells in the body. Iodine is required by the thyroid to produce thyroid hormones. A careful recycling process occurs in the thyroid to ensure adequate thyroid hormones are available to control the body's metabolic rate. The following hormones and substances directly affect the thyroid or are released by it:

•Thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH) is secreted by the hypothalamus, a brain centre that coordinates the actions of the nervous and endocrine systems. TRH triggers the pituitary to secrete TSH.

•Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) is secreted by the pituitary in response to TRH. TSH stimulates the production of thyroid hormones and the growth of thyroid cells (excess TSH causes thyroid enlargement, or goiter.)

•Calcitonin is a thyroid hormone involved in the homeostasis of blood calcium levels. It lowers the amount of calcium and phosphate in the blood as needed by inhibiting bone breakdown and accelerating the assimilation of calcium. Thus, the thyroid is involved in bone health and diseases such as osteoporosis.

•Thyroxin (T4) is the most abundant thyroid hormone and is manufactured in the thyroid gland. It is synthesized from tyrosine and includes four molecules of iodine per molecule of thyroxin hormone.

•Triiodothyronine (T3) is the most active thyroid hormone, with four to ten times the activity of T4. It includes three molecules of iodine per molecule of hormone. Twenty percent of T3 is produced and secreted by the thyroid gland and the other 80 percent is converted from T4 in the liver and other organs. Many factors contribute to the conversion of T4 to the more active T3, including liver health, low stress levels, the types of foods you consume and more.
At any given time, most T3 and T4 molecules in the body are bound tightly to blood proteins. Only a small amount of each circulates as "free" hormone that is physiologically active. For example, unbound T4 accounts for approximately 0.05 percent of total T4. Unbound hormone levels are seldom measured by medical doctors, yet these levels are most accurate for determining thyroid function.

A delicate balance must be maintained to keep a steady metabolic rate in the body. The hypothalamus and pituitary glands work in concert with the proteins of the body, T4, the liver and other organs to maintain that balance.

Hormone Production

When the thyroid produces too much thyroid hormone, hyperthyroidism develops. Autoimmune reactions against the thyroid can cause hyperthyroidism; Graves' disease is one such condition. The immune system malfunctions, causing an increase in thyroid hormone. Goiter, a greatly enlarged thyroid gland, is seen in those with Graves' disease and is due to the excessive secretion of thyroid hormone. Thyroiditis, an inflammation of the thyroid gland, can initially cause hyperthyroidism, but eventually the damage to the thyroid caused by the inflammation causes hypothyroidism or low thyroid function.

Low Thyroid Function, Peri-menopause, Menopause and Weight Gain: Estrogen decides body fat distribution, and, in women, fat is stored on our hips, bottom, abdomen and thighs. Fat cells manufacture and store estrogen. Some researchers believe women get an increase in body fat around menopause to ensure adequate estrogen from fat cells. Others believe that it is low thyroid and exhausted adrenals that promote mid-section fat gain. Considering that excess fat reduces our life expectancy, I tend to believe the latter because the body is generally programmed to ensure our survival.

I mentioned earlier that there could be as high as 30 percent of people over the age of 35 walking around with sub-clinical low thyroid function. We know that low thyroid function promotes many hormonal problems that could be remedied with thyroid-supporting nutrients or medication (thyroid hormones).

Before and During Menopause

During the peri-menopausal years (the 10 to 15 years before menopause) and menopause (menopause means one year with no periods), it is common for women to suffer a multitude of hormonal complaints. Hot flashes, night sweats and sleep disturbances are common complaints during this time in a woman's life. Most would think these symptoms are associated with a decline in estrogen, but they are also hallmark symptoms of low thyroid, especially night sweats and insomnia. Most menopausal women are given hormone replacement therapy with estrogen for these symptoms. Peri-menopausal women may be put on the birth control pill. The problem with these treatments is that estrogen further shuts down the thyroid: high estrogen levels interfere with the thyroid hormones, particularly the utilization of T3, the most biologically active thyroid hormone. I have to reiterate that too much estrogen, either from hormone replacement therapy, your own estrogen, or the environment, causes a host of problems and also impairs thyroid function.

Many women have experienced a ten-to 15-pound weight gain and increased blood pressure when they started taking synthetic estrogen at menopause. This happens because estrogen is an antagonist to thyroid hormone and the metabolic rate slows down. As this happens, many women develop difficulties with fat metabolism, because one of the functions of the thyroid hormones is to stimulate fat cells to burn fat. Weight control problems result.

In addition, serum cholesterol or triglyceride levels may increase. Thyroid activity can also be inhibited by high levels of androgens (male sex hormones) circulating in the blood. Depression and fatigue are the most common thyroid symptoms in menopausal women.

Low Thyroid

Many people suffer with mild or sub-clinical low thyroid function - their thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH, the hormone that stimulates your thyroid to make thyroid hormones) is greater than 2.0 IU/ml but less than the 5.5 IU/ml level indicative of hypothyroidism. As such they contend with the many symptoms of low thyroid function but are not being treated with medication. If you are trying to lose weight and have followed a healthy eating plan and exercised and still cannot lose a pound, you may have subclinical low thyroid function.

Many people's TSH falls within the conventional parameters for normal (0.5 to 5.5), but most people with levels greater than 2.0-3.0 have symptoms of low thyroid function. Enlightened doctors refer to such people as having sub-clinical, or functional, low thyroid function.

If a diagnosis of low thyroid is based solely on a TSH reading, without taking other symptoms into account, it may take 10 years before thyroid hormone levels drop low enough to trigger a mainstream diagnosis of low thyroid function. In the meantime, the person with low thyroid function symptoms will go through much unnecessary suffering. Make sure you go for your thyroid test first thing in the morning for more accurate results.

Low Thyroid Function and Hormonal Problems: It is common for the thyroid to be functionally, or even clinically, out of balance in women who experience hormone-related problems such as premenstrual syndrome (PMS), infertility, ovarian cysts, fibroids, endometriosis, fibrocystic breasts, dysmenorrhea (menstrual pain), metrorrhagia (heavy bleeding) or menopausal symptoms. Back in the days before fertility drugs, when a woman could not get pregnant or had recurring miscarriages, doctors prescribed thyroid hormone with some success. Women who suffer post-partum depression could also benefit from thyroid hormone as childbearing can often exhaust the adrenals and promote low thyroid.


The symptoms of hypothyroidism are varied. Hypothyroidism causes the body's metabolic rate to slow dramatically, and early symptoms are often misdiagnosed as depression. Slowed heart rate, hoarse voice, slowed speech, swollen and puffy face, drooping eyelids, intolerance to cold, constipation and weight gain are hallmark symptoms. The hair often becomes sparse, coarse and dry, and there is a loss of eyebrow hair. The skin will become dry, scaly, thick and bumpy and may have raised, thickened areas on the shins. Carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle weakness, confusion, depression, dementia, heart disease with high cholesterol and triglyceride levels, hormone disruptions, shortness of breath and extreme fatigue may also be present. Women with hypothyroidism may also experience heavy menstrual bleeding, infertility and, when they do become pregnant, they are at increased risk of miscarriages, premature deliveries and stillbirths.

Have your thyroid function checked by your doctor, but don't be surprised if the results come back normal even though you have a large number of the symptoms above. Many people have sub-clinical low thyroid and yet are diagnosed with normal thyroid based on the current tests. The Barnes basal temperature test can better help determine thyroid function. This simple temperature test can determine if you have low thyroid. Men and nonmenstruating women can take the test on any day, but women who are menstruating should take the test on the second, third or fourth day of their period.

Those women with low thyroid are at serious health risk for many other conditions including osteoporosis, breast cancer, heart disease, hormone problems, severe hot flashes and more. As well, nutritional therapies do not work as well in those with an under-active thyroid.


Hashimoto's thyroiditis is the most common cause of hypothyroidism. The autoimmune process attacks the thyroid, and eventually the thyroid cannot produce enough thyroid hormone. The treatment of hyperthyroidism, using radioactive iodine and surgery, is the second most common cause of hypothyroidism.

Decades ago, iodine was added to salt to make iodized salt to treat goiter and subsequent thyroid problems, but many people are no longer eating salt and, as a result, we are seeing an increase in hypothyroidism. As well, stress, anemia, estrogen replacement, birth control pills and other medications that block iodine uptake are associated with an increase in hypothyroidism.

Those living in the northern hemisphere are not getting enough sunshine to produce vitamin D, a cofactor in thyroid hormone production; as a result they are more prone to hypothyroidism. Trace minerals are also required to make thyroid hormone, and deficiencies promote hypothyroidism.


You should not stop your thyroid medication it is essential for providing adequate thyroid hormone. If you are on medication but still have the symptoms of low thyroid function, add the following nutrients for better conversion of T4 to the more active T3. Recommendations below are designed to support thyroid function.


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5 out of 5 stars Thyroid Assistance
by from Delhi, ON on 12/11/2017
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I had a host of problems, one being low basal temperature. Since being on Thyroidsense my temperature is back to normal. It is comforting to know that there are natural products that are so effective and safe on your body.
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5 out of 5 stars Helped get my TSH levels in the normal range
by from Vancouver, BC on 22/1/2017
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On December 21, 2016, I got blood work back that indicated my TSH was 3.89 mU/L. I started taking Thyrosmart in hopes of getting my TSH back to a normal range.I started taking it within a few days of getting my bloodwork back at the end of December. Less than one month later, January 21, 2017, I went back for a full panel bloodwork. My TSH level is now at 1.78 mU/L. I can confidently say that this worked in regulating my TSH levels back into a more "normal" range. I have nothing but great things to say about Lorna products.
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5 out of 5 stars Good Product!
by from Toronto on on 25/1/2016
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Thyrosmart has kept my thyroid stable.
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4 out of 5 stars Lorna Vanderhaeghe – ThyroSmart
by from Alberta Ca on 17/6/2015
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I went to a natural path and she suggested this product for me. Like most blood test say the Thyroid is normal, she agreed with me that is was low. I also went on Ironsmart and B 12 5000. With in four days i could notice a big difference in my energy level. I will continue to take these to stay off medication.
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5 out of 5 stars Lorna Vanderhaeghe - ThyroSmart
by from St. Albert, AB on 15/6/2015
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I am an Osteopath in Alberta and I recommend this product to my clients all the time. I have been taking it for two years now myself and it has helped me in so many ways: my hair is thick and shiny, my nails are strong, night sweats are few and far between, depression has reduced, fatigue has lowered, cholesterol has balanced to name a few. I am in my perimenopausal stage of life and taking Thyrosmart along with Estrosmart and Adrenosmart has negated the need for HRT or Bioidenticals.
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