A.Vogel Thyroid Support Review
A.Vogel’s Thyroid Support is the topic of discussion in today’s product review. This dietary supplement is formulated to be used to promote the healthy functioning of your thyroid gland. This manufacturer claims that their supplement can help to prevent iodine deficiency. It is not designed to be used for hyperthyroidism.
- Iodine (from Kelp) – 50 mcg
Other ingredients include microcrystalline cellulose, pre-gelatinized starch, corn starch, soy polysaccharide, magnesium stearate.
Marine kelp is a great source of vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and E, and essential minerals such as zinc, iodine, magnesium, iron, potassium, copper and calcium. Iodine (a trace mineral) is important for the healthy functioning of the thyroid gland. The capsules contain animal gelatin and are not suitable for vegetarians. There is soy in the capsules too. The following ingredients are lacking from this supplement and could be beneficial if present; selenium, magnesium, molybdenum, l-tyrosine, bladderwrack.
Take one tablet three times per day with water. The manufacturer does not specify the preferred time of day to take this supplement.
If you live in Canada, you can purchase a 150-capsule bottle directly from the manufacturer for $17.99. There are no additional first time customer incentives or bulk order discounts offered by the manufacturer. For US customers, you will need to find a third party vendor. We did not find this supplement available for sale on Amazon.
Possible Side Effects
Consult your healthcare practitioner for the right dosage before use especially if you are pregnant, or nursing. Do not use if you have an allergy to any of the ingredients in the product. Do not use if you have hyperthyroidism.
There is no evidence of either a guarantee or return policy on the manufacturer’s website.
A.Vogel Thyroid Support Review – The Bottom Line
We were encouraged by a number of factors about this thyroid supplement. It is free from sugar, gluten, and lactose. There is ample useful information about who this supplement is directed at, and clear dosage instructions on the manufacturer’s website. In terms of ingredients, this formula contains one of the key ingredients known to ensure the healthy functioning of the thyroid – kelp. Pricewise, at $17.99 for a 150 capsule/50 day supply bottle, this product is good value for money. We do also have some concerns however. The following ingredients are lacking from this supplement and could be beneficial if present; selenium, magnesium, molybdenum, l-tyrosine, bladderwrack. In terms of dosage, the manufacturer does not specify the preferred time of day to take this supplement. There is no new customer incentive nor bulk buying discount provided by the manufacturer. There is no guarantee nor return policy to protect your rights as a consumer. It is not available for sale outside of Canada from the company website and unavailable on Amazon. We suggest that you look for an alternative thyroid supplement that has a reliable guarantee and return policy, with bulk buying discounts, and a broader list of beneficial ingredients.