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  1. Helen Whitelaw says:

    Thank you for a very enlightening article. I totally relate with that hardly able to stand aspect.
    I have been on Eltroxin, ‘a thyroid, preparation’ for a few years, for Hypothyroidism. Had a blood test done recently. According to doc thyroid still low and he doesn’t want to change medication.
    Decided to help myself. Do you think the supplements that you mention will be available in South Africa. Regards.

    • Mollie Mason says:

      Hi Helen, I’m sorry to hear of your battle with hypothyroidism. I pray this research and information may help you find healing! And yes, I believe you should still be able to order these supplements, maybe from a place like Amazon? Best of luck!

  2. Kelsey says:

    Hi Mollie! I’m so happy to have stumbled across this information, as well as the 7 step protocol for healing a leaky gut. I’ve had a leaky gut for 10+ years and although it seems to have gotten much better, I still have a ways to go. I was reading this page about weight gain and the thyroid and have always thought I had a thyroid problem, however, tests have shown that it’s fine. I figured these supplements can’t hurt me, so I was wanting to try this, as well as the 7 step protocol. I was just curious if you think it’s ok for me to do both at the same time or if I should prioritize one over the other first. Thanks!

  3. Greter says:

    Hi Molly!
    Loved your article, super informative, and I can totally relate! I’ve been living with Hypothyroidism for close to 10 years now and still don’t have the handle on it. It’s so hard to stay consistent and when I do take medication, which is really only for thyroid function, it just does enough – nothing more. I have just one question: you mentioned the Thyroid Energy, do you take this along with the other supplements all together; even if it includes a supplement you’re already taking separately?
    Thank you!!

    • Mollie Mason says:

      Hi Greter, thanks for your message. I’m so sorry you know the pain, but props on researching ways to support your body and find deeper healing! Yes, I do indeed take the Thyroid Energy with all the others as well. It is important to have your levels checked, but for me, it works. Hope it helps you!

  4. Tonia says:

    Hi Mollie!
    Thank you so much for this content. I have been struggling with hypothyroid for way too long and have found zero relief through levothyroxine treatment so far. I continue to take it anyway and was wondering if you think it would be ok to start taking the supplements you mentioned while still continuing my levothyroxine?

    • Mollie Mason says:

      Hi Tonia, I’m so sorry you’ve not found relief- I know the journey can be a long and arduous one! You’ll definitely need to work with your doctor and monitor your levels, but I’m a big proponent of natural support alongside medication. I’m still on a low-dose of Liothyronine but have found supplements help the actual uptake and usage of the medication. And make sure you look into your adrenal levels, as for me the greatest relief I’ve found with thyroid has come from supporting my adrenals.
      Best of luck, let me know if you see any improvement!

  5. Stacie says:

    THANK YOU!!! I’ve implemented your recommendations of supplements along with Greek yogurt & my body is functioning “normal “ again.

  6. Tracy says:

    Wow..your story sounds just like mine! Your symptoms and familiar. Thank you so much for all the research and statistics you included. And for also mentioning the MTHFR mutation..I have that too! So many pieces of this crazy puzzle! Could you please consider listing your supplements..manufacture..and dosage all in one place? That would be super helpful. Thank you so much for your post!

    • Mollie Mason says:

      Hi Tracy, I’m so sorry you’ve had similar struggles but I’m glad you could find my content for more help! I don’t share the exact dosages because it’s different for everyone and you’ll need to check your levels for appropriate dosing, but I do share the links to the exact manufacturers I trust.

      Hope it helps! If you find you’re getting stuck, make sure you check out my newest resource: the #KillTheYeast Leaky Gut Protocol Companion Guide. I’ve found in myself and many of my clients that leaky gut is often the underlying cause for these issues, so it is definitely worth a try because I think you might experience a breakthrough in progress!!

  7. Tracy says:

    Wow..your story sounds just like mine! Your symptoms and familiar. Thank you so much for all the research and statistics you included. And for also mentioning the MTHFR mutation..I have that too! So many pieces of this crazy puzzle! Could you please consider listing your supplements..manufacture..and dosage all in one place? That would be super helpful. Thank you so much for your post!


    I have gone to two different doctors both have said “im on the low side of normal” but have all the symptoms of thyroid disfunction. and a strong family history of women at my age having serious thyroid issues. Is this safe to take without taking additional thyroid drugs? do they simply support the thyroid or do they have to be taken in addition to daily thyroid meds? I have talked with my doctor who doesn’t want to treat with RX drugs but recommended me finding a supplement

    • Mollie Mason says:

      Hi Emily, great question! I can’t give specific medical advice so consult with your doctor, but these supplements do indeed support the thyroid with or without thyroid medication. I myself am currently taking them in addition to a low-dose thyroid medication, but taking these to support the health and functioning of your thyroid might help keep you from the need to get on medication.
      Hope that helps! Keep me posted on how you feel!

  9. Kristin says:

    Recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism and tested positive for Hashimotos. Weight gain has been out of control. Eat right, exercise…still can’t lose a pound. Went in for bloodwork last month and looks like thyroid levels have come to normal with Levothyroxine. Definitely interested in the different vitamins you have posted. Did you notice you were able to lose weight after taking these supplements? I’m 42, always been in great shape. So gaining upwards of 30 lbs in one year is devastating.

  10. Jennifer M West says:

    Hi! Thank you for sharing this information! I have had hypothyroid for 2 years now. I have been taking Synthroid and my dose is upped every six weeks. I have felt better with some of the issues I was having prior to being diagnosed. But I still have issues being able to remember simple things. Like how to get to a place I have been 1000 times or not being able to communicate. I am an educated person and it really gets to me at times. It is truly frustrating trying to explain this to doctors. Thank you for posting this! I am always doing research and it is hard to organize it all.

    • Mollie Mason says:

      Oh Jennifer, I’m so sorry for that. I know how frustrating and discouraging that can be. I’m glad this resource was helpful for you! I’d also highly recommend you check out my free Gut Health Masterclass. I can’t tell you how many women I’ve worked with with very similar stories, and by addressing the root cause (their guts!) we’ve gotten them great brain fog relief! You can register for exclusive access here:

  11. alesha says:

    Thank you for sharing this information. I’ve had the right side of my thyriod out in 1997 and tame my replacement medicine, not giving it another thought. I’ve recently found out I have gallstones and my research shows that my thyroid plays a big part in this. I’m now looking at different ways to support it and was wondering if i could open the capsules in water and take? I can’t swallow pills.

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