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    Hi. I was wondering which vitamins or supplements are necessary to take while on medication for Thyroidism Vitamin D, High Cholesterol, anxiety and depression. Yea, this is fun. Would like to eliminate the “additives” that are in the stuff that I am taking now, any suggestions?Confused

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    Rita Bray
    Rita Bray
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    Dr Osborne’s office, has a good selection of supplements that are free of the ingredients that
    trouble the gluten sensitive. You could call them, 281-240-2229.

    RitaCool

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    Cherea Banik
    Thychamp
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    Agreed, also it’s important to have a Spectracell test done to find out what you are deficient in. I also have your symptoms minus the high cholesterol and I found I am deficient in Vit D, B12, B6 and borderline deficient in several others. Dr. Osborne put me on supplements that are grain free, dairy, soy, egg, fish free and also whole food or from plants, etc that are absorbable and also in the form that your body can use (Vitamin D3, sublingual B12, etc). Even with all my deficiencies I’m taking half of the supplements I was on before when I just took all the recommended stuff. I’m not deficient in selenium but I was taking it before because it’s good for thyroid patients. One less thing to supplement with.

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    Kate Osborne
    Peter Osborne
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    Hi Linda,
    I can’t say it better than the prior post. Take what you need Vs. taking what you surmise might be helpful. Check out the following posts on vitamins as they will be very helpful for you:
    http://www.glutenfreesociety.org/gluten-sensitivity-and-vitamin-deficiencies/
    http://www.glutenfreesociety.org/vitamin-supplements-contaminated-with-gluten/
    http://www.glutenfreesociety.org/gluten-induced-nutritional-deficiencies-contributes-to-thyroid-hormone-disease/

    All the best,
    Dr. OSmile

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