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FutureBiotics, Selenium, 200 mcg, 100 Capsules

$4.97
$7.45
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4.7 out of 5 based on 16 reviews
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Good for Thyroid

3 people found the following review helpful

Posted by Reviewer2600891 on Apr 29, 2009

My anti-aging doctor recommended a reacted form of selenium to help my thryroid. Apparently the absorbtion is better. However, do not take more than one capsule, because selenium can be toxic in higher doses. Works best along with Vitamin E to neutralize free radicals.

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FutureBiotics Selenium

1 person found the following review helpful

Posted by Reviewer1913390 on Jan 14, 2010

I get this for my husband. His acupuncturist recommended it to help with his neuropathy. Very small gelcap.

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Good value

1 person found the following review helpful

Posted by Reviewer1893600 on Feb 15, 2014

Good dose and value

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Good but ...

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Posted by Reviewer3325005 on Sep 19, 2014

This selenium supplement being chelated increases absorption but according to some nutritionists selenium uses copper. Without taking copper or including copper with this selenium supplement copper in the body will be depleted. Dr Gerhard Shrauzer a selenium researcher stated the following on levels to take: "An extra 100–200 mcg of selenium per day in­ supplement form is perfectly safe. In fact, selenium intakes of 400 mcg/day were determined to be the maximal safe intake, and intakes of 750–800 mcg/day were proposed as the “upper limit of the safe dietary selenium intake.” At this point, it also must be mentioned that even higher selenium intakes may be well tolerated for extended periods by Americans, as long as their diets provide enough protein." (obtained from a Google search)

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Many people are lacking of selenium

2 people found the following review helpful

Posted by FEED-ME-MORE on Jul 16, 2012

so we must use it. My whole family is using it and it is really helpful. It helps to skin, muscles, concentration, even brighter, clearier mind and thoughts. It stops expansion of tumors. Because it is difficult to get it all from the clean and healthy diet nowadays, we must supplement our health with it.

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