Nature's Way, Selenium, 200 mcg, 100 Capsules
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8 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1778986 on Jun 16, 2011
get immediate sense of well being from day one.
I decided to give selenium a try after reading an article in which an eminent brain specialist admitted that it was the only supplement he felt comfortable taking anf knowing it would be benefi cial to his well being.
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18 people found the following review helpful
Posted by ZlatinVal on Aug 21, 2012
The capsules of this item are huge in comparison to small amount of active ingredient - 200 mcg selenomethionine. The price is fair.
Natures Way , Selenium is Awesome
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2988670 on Jul 10, 2012
I took this along with the Potassium Iodide its great together for skin hair Thyroid many other benefits great product Love it
Posted by philla on Dec 30, 2013
Certainly feel the effect of Selenomethionine. It creates calmness and also helps with sleep. Having sub-optimal thyroid for a long period, this is something I take every day. Some formulations out there also equips their selenium with riboflavin. I take this aside and I believe IMO that others should complement their selenium with a b complex.
Professor Gerhard Schrauzer of San Diego has dedicated much of his career to this micro-nutrient, formerly thought of as poisonous. He states that it offers a lot of anticarcinogenic potential. The late and great Abram Hoffer spoke warmly about Selenium. Price range of this brand's product line is always very reasonable IMHO.
11 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer3108211 on Jul 18, 2008
This supplement did not work out too well for me. While I was on 1 capsule a day, I suffered from extreme lack of energy, cold hands, trembling and food cravings. However, the first day I stopped taking it, I immediately felt better and continued to feel better staying off it. I believe the problem is that selenium mimics insulin, which resulted in hypoglycemia in my case.