Thompsons One A Day Kelp 1400 is a high potency iodine supplement available in convenient one a day dosage. Kelp is sustainably sourced from the fresh pure waters of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a rich natural source of iodine, an important trace mineral. Iodine plays a key role in thyroid hormone production necessary for growth and development.
Thompsons makes use of Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) as the main variety of kelp. Bladderwrack contains a high amount of trace minerals, including iodine. Iodine is needed in the formation of thyroxine, a thyroid gland hormone. Most thyroid hormones are responsible for proper metabolism in the body, especially of fats. That is why bladderwrack helps maintain a healthy body weight by raising the basal metabolic rate. Product analysis reveals that the formula is free of pesticides, aflatoxins, heavy metals and harmful microorganisms.
The decreasing intake of iodized table salt results to an increasing incidence of iodine deficiency among individuals. In effect, it results in improper functions of the thyroid gland.
Thompsons One A Day Kelp 1400 benefits:
- Helps to support the healthy functioning of the thyroid gland
- Assists to maintain regular healthy body metabolism
- Helps to regulate the body’s production of energy
Thompsons One A Day Kelp 1400 is suitable for:
- Individuals who seek a one-a-day supplement to support thyroid health
- Those who seek a one-a-day supplement to support general wellbeing
Thompsons brand of Vitamins is one of the natural health leaders in New Zealand using only high quality ingredients.
Adults – Take one tablet (with food), or as professionally advised
Fucus vesiculosus (kelp) extract equivalent to fresh herb1.4 g
- equiv. Iodine280 mcg
- Store below 30°C in a dry place. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if bottle and/or cap seal is missing or broken.
Dairy, egg, gluten, lactose, nuts, shellfish, soy, sugar, fish, sesame seed, artificial colouring, flavouring and preservatives. Vegetarian and vegan friendly.
- Use only as directed and always read the label
- If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner
Not to be used in hypertension or during pregnancy or with orthodox thyroid medication unless under the supervision of a qualified practitioner. Kelp is best avoided in cases of an overactive thyroid.