T3 Triiodothyronine -100mcgx30ml

T3 Triiodothyronine -100mcgx30ml

$15.90

T3 or triiodothyronine is one of the two major hormones secreted by the thyroid gland. It is the active form of the thyroxine, which is the other hormone, also referred to as T4. Both have very important functions in the body as they regulate metabolism. They also affect the function of the heart, stomach, brain, bone, and muscle.

 

BENEFITS

  • PROMOTE MUSCLE PRESERVATION IN CALORIC DEFICIT
  • HELP DEPRESSIVE LIKE SYMPTOMS
  • INCREASE ADIPOSE TISSUE LOSS
  • INCREASE METABOLISM
  • PROVIDE ENERGY
  • INCREASE MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTIONS
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What is T3 (Triiodothyronine)?

T3 or triiodothyronine is one of the two major hormones secreted by the thyroid gland. It is the active form of the thyroxine, which is the other hormone, also referred to as T4. Both have very important functions in the body as they regulate metabolism. They also affect the function of the heart, stomach, brain, bone, and muscle.

Around 20% of triiodothyronine is directly injected to the bloodstream by the thyroid gland. The other 80% is produced when the kidneys and liver converts thyroxine into triiodothyronine. Too much and too little triiodothyronine negatively affects the body.

 

What Are T3 Benefits?

  • PROMOTE MUSCLE PRESERVATION IN CALORIC DEFICIT
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  • HELP DEPRESSIVE LIKE SYMPTOMS – Low thyroid hormones have linked to depressive symptoms.    STUDY HERE
  • INCREASE ADIPOSE TISSUE LOSS 
  • INCREASE METABOLISM
  • PROVIDE ENERGY
  • INCREASE MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTIONS 

 

How Does T3 Work?

The production of T3 is activated by the thyroid-stimulating hormone released by the anterior pituitary gland. As T3 and T4 bind to nuclear receptors, they are bounded to plasma proteins and then carried in the blood. As a hormone, Triiodothyronine increases the basal metabolic rate, which also suggests increased oxygen and energy consumption. It also improves the rate of protein synthesis, increases glycogen burning, stimulates cholesterol breakdown, and enhances cardiac output.

However, too much triiodothyronine may lead to hyperthyroidism. The most common form of hyperthyroidism is goiter, where the neck swells due to the enlargement of the thyroid gland. This medical condition has different symptoms, which include increased appetite, palpitations, tremor, irritability, and increased bowel movements, among others.

To prevent having too much triiodothyronine in the blood, the use of T3 supplement should be done only with the guidance of a qualified physician. A prescription is necessary prior to obtaining and using this drug. This prevents any of the side effects associated with it.

 

ONLY ACQUIRED FOR ANIMAL RESEARCH PURPOSES

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