Selenase-a solution for selenium deficiency

Why does the thyroid gland need selenium?

The semimetal selenium is one of the so-called essential trace elements: Although the organism requires only very small amounts of it daily, these are absolutely necessary for a large number of metabolic processes. The thyroid gland is the organ of the human body richest in selenium. Therefore, it reacts particularly...

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Selen and Hashimoto

A selenium deficiency increases the susceptibility to thyroiditis – the autoimmune thyroiditis or Hashimoto's disease. Every tenth German citizen carries the genetic predisposition for this; women are affected about eight times more than men. The cause of the disease is a misdirected defense reaction of the immune system, which is...

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