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NS-113: Thyroid Support Formula 60-ct. Tablets

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The primary function of the Thyroid hormone is to raise the body’s metabolic rate. The Thyroid is importantly recognized as the "master gland" because it manages and regulates so many bodily functions. Thyroid Support Formula is a synergistic combination of nutrients, herbs and standardized botanical extracts to support healthy thyroid function, metabolism and stress response.


  • Improves low thyroid function
  • Supports normal, healthy metabolism
  • Increases energy
  • Sustains healthy stress response
  • Improves positive mood

What is Thyroid Support Formula?

Thyroid Support Formula by BLUESPRING is a 100% natural remedy which contains both herbal nutrients and standardized botanical extracts specifically chosen for improving low thyroid function, supporting healthy metabolism and increasing energy.

How Does it Help my Problem?

In order to answer this question you first must understand the intricacies of healthy thyroid function.

The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped gland that produces the thyroid hormone. This hormone regulates how the body uses energy and how quickly the body manufactures proteins and important hormones. The thyroid is often referred to as the "master gland" because it manages and regulates so many bodily functions.

Thyroid function slows with aging, beginning around the age of 20. This is one reason why people tend to gain weight as they grow older. Many people over 40 have a difficult time keeping their weight in check. Even when they eat less and exercise more, many find it almost impossible to lose weight. Both men and women can develop thyroid problems, but women are especially prone to them with a risk that’s 10 times higher than the risk for men.

Since the all-important thyroid is responsible for the body’s absorption of nutrients – it is critical that it functions at a healthy optimum level.

Thyroid Support Formula by BLUESPRING helps your body maintain thyroid health and avoid the complications of a thyroid that ceases to function properly. This helps avoid threatening complications.

The dangers of poor thyroid function can include the following:

  • weight gain
  • low energy
  • high cholesterol
  • heart problems
  • mental health problems
  • goiter
  • nerve damage
  • myxedema (a condition where the thyroid gland does not make enough thyroid hormone)

Gaining weight unintentionally is a common symptom of poor thyroid function. Poor thyroid function can also make losing weight difficult. A weight problem is usually the first noticeable symptom that presents itself.

Abnormal fatigue and a lack of energy are also complications of poor thyroid function. These symptoms can be present even with adequate sleep and rest.

Poor thyroid function can cause bad cholesterol, or LDL, to increase to unhealthy levels. These unhealthy levels can cause heart problems that can range from high blood pressure to an enlarged heart that can lead to heart failure.

Those with poor thyroid function, even at a mild level, are prone to depression. The depression can be mild or severe. Severe depression is more likely the longer the thyroid dysfunction is untreated. In severe cases, behavioral problems may occur, which can progress to dementia.

Goiters can be another consequence of poor thyroid function. A goiter occurs when the thyroid becomes enlarged and a noticeable swelling becomes apparent at the front of the neck. Goiters can cause discomfort and, in severe cases, breathing difficulty.

Untreated thyroid problems can cause nerve damage, also known as peripheral neuropathy. Symptoms include numbness, tingling, and pain. Muscle weakness and poor muscle control may also be present.

Myxedema is a rare complication of poor thyroid function, but the results can be fatal. It presents as cold intolerance that leads to excessive drowsiness, which eventually progresses to a coma, if not treated. Symptoms may also include seizures, fluid retention, delirium, and stupor. Myxedema can be triggered by infection, sedatives, or stress.

Poor thyroid function can lead to many complications; some may be minor, but others can be devastating to a person's health and well-being. It is of the utmost importance that a thyroid dysfunction be treated promptly.

What does all of this mean?

It means that your body sometimes needs help to maintain optimal balance. However, the chemistry of the supplement has to be accurate in order affect the body in a positive way.

In short, you need real science to meet a real challenge.

Healthy Tips

Your thyroid is the primary control center for many of your body's most important functions. It plays a critical role in weight management, energy, metabolism, sleep, muscle development, hormone balance and numerous other processes. Therefore, when it's not functioning optimally, you can imagine how negatively it could affect your overall health and well-being. Here are some simple tips to help you support healthy thyroid function.

Avoid Soy

Despite its good reputation, too much soy can have catastrophic effects on your health. Besides overloading your body with estrogen, which causes many problems on its own, soy acts as a potent thyroid suppressant. This food is an endocrine disruptor that prevents the conversion of the T4 thyroid hormone into T3, the active form. The consequences of a soy-rich diet often include weight gain, mood disorders, low energy, thinning hair, joint problems, reproductive disorders and muscle loss. All of these things are attributable to low thyroid function.


It's an unfortunate fact that most people don't get enough exercise. The reasons often cited for this phenomenon include being too tired, having sore joints and having trouble feeling motivated. However, these very problems may be due to poor thyroid function brought about by a lack of physical activity.

It might be hard to get started with a regular exercise regimen, but once you do, you will almost certainly notice that these nagging symptoms begin to fade away. Exercise is important for thyroid function because it increases the gland's secretion of T3, T4 and thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH). As an added benefit, it makes all of your body's tissues more sensitive to these hormones so you need less of them in order to function correctly.

Eat Seaweed

A popular food in coastal Asian regions, seaweed possesses a bounty of health-supporting nutrients. One of the most important of these is iodine, a mineral that is critical for healthy thyroid function. It helps to prevent goiters and is necessary for the adequate production of various thyroid hormones. While seaweed is the best food source of iodine, you can also get considerable amounts from seafood, dairy products, eggs, strawberries, cheese and fish sauce.

Try Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is a traditional food in many tropical Asian countries and has been found to stimulate metabolism and the production of thyroid hormones due to its high saturated fat content. Many people who suffer from hypothyroidism have found that it increases their energy, helps them lose weight and allows them to feel better overall.

Recent Studies Prove Traditional Remedies Work

Science is currently getting behind what conventional wisdom has known for years. There are at this moment in time many clinical studies verifying that natural remedies do support the body for healthy thyroid function.

In his December 12, 2012 article, “Metabolism and the Thyroid”, Dr. Edward F. Group III discussed a study recently undertaken by Italy's Department of Internal Medicine and Diabetes Center where patients recovering from bariatric surgery were monitored for thyroid function. It was found that this surgery left patients with an inability to process enough vitamins and minerals.

The important breakthrough in this study was that iodine helps the thyroid gland to speed up metabolism and lend itself to weight loss. Along with eating iodine-rich foods, such as organic Greek yogurt, strawberries, potatoes and navy beans, a natural dietary supplement containing iodine will boost the thyroid's natural metabolizing mechanism.

In the news….

Jonathan Landsman in a recent edition of “Natural”, discussed thyroid function and its positive effect on the decrease of anxiety, depression, obesity and heart disease and the importance of nutritional supplements containing Vitamin A, selenium, zinc and Vitamin D3. He also reiterated the importance of a healthy diet and the connection between a healthy thyroid and Omega-3 antioxidants.

People who take supplements to support thyroid health can reap other health benefits, including bone health, a healthier heart, better immune protection and more. These taken in conjunction with a comprehensive multivitamin and a nutritious diet can increase quality of life and longevity.

It is never too late to begin investing in supplements for thyroid health and disease prevention. More and more people are joining ranks of those who use natural supplements in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise.

What Ingredients are in Thyroid Support Formula?

Thyroid Support Formula is produced in gluten-free vegetarian capsules.

Some of the healthy ingredients found in Thyroid Support Formula by BLUESPRING have been used for hundreds of years as natural remedies to support Thyroid health.

Please take time to read down the page and understand why an ingredient can share the same name but give far different results.

  • Vitamin A (palmitate)
  • Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
  • Vitamin D (cholecalciferol)
  • Vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine HCI)
  • Folic Acid
  • Iodine (Kelp)
  • Manesium (oxide,aminoacid hcealte)
  • Zine (monomehtionine)
  • Selenium (selenomethionine)
  • Copper (amino acid chelate)
  • L-Tyrosine
  • Green Tea (Camellia sinernsis) leaf extract
  • Gugulipid (commmiphora Mukul) resin extract
  • Bacopin (Bacopa monniera) leaf extract
  • Ashwagandha (withania somnifera) root extract

Get the Results you Expect with Neutraceuticals

However, these are not just any herbal nutrients – these are the highest quality tested ingredients classified into the Neutraceutical category – this is defined as a purified or isolated part of the herbal nutrient or botanical extract.

A purified and tested part of the nutrient can give results as long as it is standardized and produced the identical way each time.

The ingredient name does not guarantee the equivalent results as the studies – it must be the same isolated and standardized ingredient that the study referred to.

Figuring this out is not simple. That is why it is best to use the highest quality supplements made from standardized ingredients, or you will not get the results you expect.

More about the Ingredients and the Studies behind Them….

Vitamin A (palmitate)

Vitamin A is important to the production of thyroglobulin, a protein vital to the production of both T3 and T4 thyroid hormone. It has been found to have a particularly strong link with T3, the active and "stronger" form of the two thyroid hormones. T3 is a key factor in the body's ability to metabolize oxygen and nutrients into energy, supporting all body functions and overall well-being. In studies, vitamin A deficiencies have been linked to both hyper- and hypothyroidism. Vitamin A also supports healthy skin, an area that can be problematic for those suffering from thyroid dysfunctions.

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

Like vitamin A, vitamin C has been found to be a common deficiency in thyroid dysfunction sufferers. Vitamin C has been linked to helping thyroid dysfunction patients maintain healthy levels of thyroid stimulating hormone. As a powerful antioxidant, vitamin C can protect the thyroid from damage caused by free radicals in the environment, illness and even normal body functions. Free radicals trigger the oxidation, which in turn cause potential dangerous mutation and death of cells. Antioxidants prevent the oxidation mechanism. Because the body uses vitamin C to produce cortisol, the stress-response hormone, individuals under a lot of stress are more prone to vitamin C deficiencies and related problems. Taking vitamin C is an important factor in helping the body cope with stress and supporting a strong immune system.

Vitamin D (cholecalciferol)

Studies have shown that a shocking 75% of people are vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D is intimately linked with the regulation of thyroid hormone and immune system support. Researchers have linked low vitamin D levels to an increased risk of hypothyroidism, and vitamin D supplementation has been shown to bolster thyroid health in autoimmune thyroid disorder sufferers. Vitamin D also provides critical support to metabolism and energy levels. Research has hinted a powerful link between treating vitamin D deficiency and improving the symptoms of both depression and chronic fatigue.

Vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine HCI)

The body uses vitamin B-6 to convert iodine into thyroid hormone and helps the body metabolize zinc a mineral crucial to thyroid function. Vitamin B-6 can also help prevent thyroid dysfunction-related depression not only by improving thyroid function but by helping the body produce serotonin, the "feel good" hormone. As a key factor in the formation of blood, vitamin B-6 is integral to the body's ability to deliver oxygen where it is needed, supporting all body functions. Maintaining optimal B6 levels also supports weight loss, improves energy levels and protects the thyroid from free radicals.

Folic Acid

Low folic acid levels have been linked to elevated homocysteine, an amino acid that while essential to the body is harmful in high amounts. High levels of homocysteine have been linked to hypothyroidism. In addition to helping protect cells from damage that can lead to cancer, folic acid also helps the body create new cells and supports a positive mood.

Kelp (Iodine)

Iodine is possibly the most critical component in the body's synthesis of thyroid hormone. It is the basic building block of thyroid hormone, and the number following the hormone abbreviations (T3 and T4) actually refers to the number of iodine molecules bound to it. It is such an important part of thyroid health that the federal government mandated it be added to table salt to prevent deficiency. However, in modern times many consumers have chosen sea salt for other health reasons. Because of this iodine is seriously lacking in the diet. In addition, some parts of the United States are further at risk to iodine deficiencies because of mineral content in the soil.

Magnesium (oxide, amino acid chelate)

Magnesium is a mineral that allows muscles to relax. Magnesium deficiency has been linked to heart disease, depression and the formation of dangerous blood clots. Hyperthyroidism can cause magnesium deficiency. In addition, a link has been found between magnesium and fibromyalgia, a common chronic pain condition in hypothyroidism sufferers. By interfering with muscle function, magnesium deficiency can contribute to the chronic muscle weakness and pain associated with fibromyalgia. Taking magnesium supports overall muscle health, mood and energy levels.

Zinc (monomethionine) from L-Opti-Zinc

Zinc is an important trace mineral for stimulating the production of thyroid hormone and converting T4, inactive thyroid hormones, into T3, its active form. Zinc also allows thyroid cells to properly replicate its DNA and produce more healthy cells. Zinc supplementation has long been considered a support in the treatment of thyroid disorders.

Selenium (selenomethionine)

Like zinc, selenium allows the body to convert T4 hormone into active T3. It also plays a role in the metabolism and synthesis of thyroid hormones. Multiple studies have shown that selenium can play an important part in autoimmune thyroid disorders, such as Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Selenium can help reduce the inflammation that can damage the thyroid and decrease the amounts of the antibody that causes thyroid damage. It also supports the antioxidant action of other vitamins to help protect the thyroid from free radicals.

Copper (amino acid chelate)

Copper is an important aspect in the regulation of zinc in the body. It prevents zinc levels from rising too high and causing over-stimulation of the immune system, which can trigger thyroid-related autoimmune diseases. A strong link has been found between copper deficiency and hyperthyroidism. The body also uses copper to both produce T4 hormone and keep too much of it from entering the blood stream.


L-Tyrosine is an amino acid used as a building block for thyroid hormone and other neurotransmitters. It also helps the body maintain healthy amounts of dopamine and norepinephrine while under stress, bolstering mental acuity and helping to reduce the effects of stress.

Green Tea (Camellia sinernsis) Leaf Extract

Green tea is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world, and for good reason. Compounds within green tea serve as powerful antioxidants, protecting structures like the thyroid from damage. Green tea has also been found to promote an alert but relaxed mental state by supporting the effects of dopamine in the brain and improving the body's conversion of sugars into energy.

Gugulipid (commmiphora Mukul) Resin Extract

A part of Ayurvedic medicine for centuries, gugulipid resin may help stimulate the production of thyroid hormone. It is also used to support healthy metabolism and support weight loss. Like green tea and l-tyrosine, it has also been linked to promoting a positive mood and stress response by increasing norepinephrine and dopamine levels in the brain. It can also help maintain cholesterol levels and bolster weight loss.

Bacopin (Bacopa monniera) Leaf Extract

Another herb used in Indian medicine, bacopin leaf supports healthy thyroid function and acts as an antioxidant. As an adaptogen, it works in balance with the body wherever it is needed. Substances in bacopin leaf exact support the restoration of synapses in the brain, improving memory and concentration while decreasing the wearing affects of stress on the brain. It can also help combat the mental fatigue and loss of memory associated with poor thyroid function.

Ashwagandha (withania somnifera) Root Extract

Perhaps one of the most well-known Ayurvedic herbs, ashwagandha root is, like bacopin leaf, considered an adaptogen. It can help calm overactive thyroid and stimulate underactive thyroid. Studies have shown a positive correlation between supplementing with quality ashwagandha extract and improved thyroid hormone levels. Ashwagandha has also been linked to decreased inflammation, which can support thyroid dysfunction sufferers experiencing pain from fibromyalgia, and decreased anxiety.

Thyroid Support
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Vegetarian Capsules
Servings per container: 60
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Vitamin A (as palmitate) 2,500 IU 50%
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 30 mg 50%
Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol) 400 IU 100%
Vitamin B-6 (as pyridoxine hydrochloride 15 mg 750%
Folic acid 400 mcg 100%
Iodine (from kelp) 300 mcg 200%
(as oxide, amino acid chelate)
100 mg 25%
Zinc (as monometionine) ** 10 mg 67%
Selenium (as selenomethionine) 100 mcg 143%
Copper (as amino acid chelate) 2 mg 100%
L-Tyrosine 500 mg *
Green Tea (Camellia sinernsis) leaf extract (Standarized to 58% [58.8mg] polyphenols) 60 mg *
Gugulipid (commmiphora Mukul) resin extract ***
(Standarized to 2.58% [3.75 mgl guggulsterones])
150 mg *
Bacopin (Bacopa monniera) leaf extract***
(Standarized to 20% [20 mgl bacosides A&B])
100 mg *
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) root extract***
(Standarized to 1.5 [1.5 mgl wilharodes])
100 mg *
*Daily Value (DV) not established

Other Ingredients: Vegetarian capsules (cellulose, water), cellulose, magnesium stearate and silca. Contains soy.

**From L-Optizinc®    *** From Sabinsa Corporation

PDR For Herbal Medicines (Fourth Ed.). (2007). Montvale, NJ: Thomson Healthcare Inc.

How do I use Thyroid Support Formula?

If you can use Thyroid Support Formula regularly – it will help your body work better to obtain healthy balance in your joints.

This will result in helping your body achieve optimal thyroid hormone balance.

Adults: Take 2 capsules daily.

How long will it be before I feel results?

Nutritional supplements work differently for different people. But you could easily start to notice a significant improvement in your metabolism after taking Thyroid Support Formula for 30 days – even before you finish your first bottle.

However, you’ll likely experience even better results after 60 to 90 days of continuous use. Consistent use over time will improve effectiveness. For optimal results, combine with proper nutrition and daily exercise.

Our bodies are different; it is advised that you stay with the recommended dosage to get the very best results.

How long will my bottle last?

Thyroid Support Formula contains 60 tablets. A bottle will last you 30 days from when you start usage.

Tell me about Natural Remedy vs. Conventional Medicine?

Pharmaceuticals work by treating your systems. Natural medicines treat your body holistically. The goal is to create a balance that supports total well-being.

This results in helping your body work better to relieve what is bothering you now PLUS help prevent future disease.

This is why we say there are no negative side effects – Only Positive Side Effects!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Thyroid Support Formula approved by the FDA?

I noticed that Thyroid Support Formula has 15 ingredients; do any of these have negative side effects?

Is Thyroid Support Formula approved by the FDA?

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversees guidelines for all food and drug products. Thyroid Support Formula is an herbal dietary supplement.

The FDA has guidelines for labeling, and health education called the Dietary Supplement Health Education Act (DSHEA).

BLUESPRING is a registered FDA labeler, and all of our products are manufactured in GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) certified plants.

This guarantees the highest quality which includes consistency, stabilized potency and continuing reliability.

I noticed that Thyroid Support Formula has 15 ingredients; do any of these have negative side effects?

After extensive clinical research on each individual ingredient, there have been no adverse side effects reported; it is also very easy on the stomach.

If you have particular questions regarding your own unique situation and medications, it is best to consult with your personal doctor.

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