Improving Thyroid Health
The thyroid gland is a part of our endocrine system that regulates all vital bodily functions by releasing hormones, special bioactive substances, into the blood and lymph. The thyroid works in a chain: hypothalamus, pituitary gland, adrenal glands, sexual gland. Hormones produced by the thyroid are thyroxin (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). They enhance heat exchange; boost oxidation and protein, fat and carbohydrate consumption; improve water and potassium discharge; regulate growth and development processes; activate the function of adrenal, sexual and mammary glands; and stimulate the central nervous systems.
To produce hormones, the thyroid needs iodine that comes from food and water. Our body needs 200 mkg of iodine daily. Lack or excess of iodine may cause thyroid disorders.
Children experience developmental disorders, both physically and mentally. This may affect their neuropsychiatric and sexual development, leading to dementia or hypogenitalism, respectively. That’s why it’s so important to make a diagnosis and start treating the disease as soon as possible, before irreversible changes occur.
Are there any other factors causing the above diseases? There’s one new cause that was recently identified by western scientists. It’s the effect of free radicals which can destroy up to 70% of triiodothyronine hormones in blood. Activated with fullerenes, SVETLA is the most efficient and, more importantly, “the wisest” long-acting antioxidant, capable of restoring nearly all bodily functions.
SVETLA can be described as the fourth water state, along with solid, liquid and gas. SVETLA has a structure that surrounds all healthy cells of the body.
Harold Kroto received the Nobel Prize in 1996 for discovering fullerenes, and his discovery was equated with Columbus’ discovering of America. With the discovery of hydrated fullerenes, they found extensive application in pharmacology, because carbon and water are the two most important elements that sustain life on our planet.