Limitless Thyroid Bioregulator (Thyreogen)



Amount Per Capsule

Thyreogen® bioregulator complex A-2 (bovine thyroid amino acid) – 10mg*

*Daily Value not established

Other ingredients:

Microcrystalline Cellulose, Gelatin and Calcium Stearate

The protein complex in this product is derived from organ meats sourced from EU-reared beef cattle.

Thyreogen Thyroid Peptide Bioregulator

Thyreogen® is a natural thyroid peptide bioregulator derived from the thyroid glands of young animals. It contains peptide complex A-2, which may help regulate thyroid gland function and metabolism. Thyreogen has been studied for its effects on thyroid-related conditions such as hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, thyroid nodules, and autoimmune thyroiditis. It shows research potential for its ability to normalize thyroid hormone production, protect against environmental stressors, address peptide deficiency and potentially rejuvenate thyroid function by promoting cellular regeneration and protein synthesis.

Potential Research Applications

Testoluten A-2 thyroid peptide bioregulator has shown promise in various research applications. Researchers may find the following areas particularly relevant for further investigation.

The thyroid is a small, butterfly-shaped gland in the neck that plays a critical role in regulating metabolism, heart rate, and energy levels. Thyroid disorders are prevalent, impacting over 20 million Americans, with women being five to eight times more susceptible than men. Research in this field is critical to uncover new treatments, as existing therapies do not work for everyone. Progress in this area could greatly enhance patient outcomes and overall quality of life.

Thyroid Function Regulation: Thyreogen has been observed to influence thyroid gland cells, potentially aiding in the regulation of thyroid function. This could be significant for conditions like hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism, where thyroid hormone levels are imbalanced.

Autoimmune Thyroiditis: Research suggests that Thyreogen may have a role in managing autoimmune thyroiditis. This condition, characterized by the immune system attacking the thyroid gland, could benefit from the peptide’s potential to normalize thyroid function and reduce inflammation.

Thyroid Nodules: Thyreogen has been linked to the reduction of small thyroid nodules. Investigating its effects on thyroid nodule size and growth could provide insights into non-invasive treatment options for patients with benign thyroid nodules.

Metabolic Disorders: Given the thyroid’s role in metabolism, Thyreogen’s potential to support metabolic balance is another area worth exploring. Researchers could study its effects on metabolic disorders related to thyroid dysfunction.

Age-Related Thyroid Issues: Age is a significant risk factor for thyroid dysfunction. Thyreogen’s potential to restore thyroid function in older adults presents an interesting avenue for research, particularly in improving the quality of life for this demographic.

Environmental and Lifestyle Factors: The impact of environmental and lifestyle factors on thyroid health is well-documented. Thyreogen’s potential protective effects against these factors could be a valuable area of study, especially for populations in regions with high thyroid disease prevalence.

Therapeutic Areas of Interest

  • Thyroid gland function correction
  • Hypothyroidism treatment
  • Thyroid gland health maintenance
  • Endocrine system support
  • Metabolic rate regulation
  • Immune system modulation
  • Stress response improvement
  • Hormonal balance restoration

Studies of Interest

    1. Gorbachev AL, Lugovaia EA, Ryzhak GA, Khavinson VKh. [Peptide bioregulator efficacy in the correction of reduced thyroid gland function in the residents of Magadan Region]. Adv Gerontol. 2005;16:80-7. Russian. PMID: 16075681.
    2. Gorgiladze D, Pinaev R, Aleksandrov V. APPLICATION OF PEPTIDES FOR COMPLEX TREATMENT OF AUTOIMMUNE THYROIDITIS. Innov Aging. 2017 Jun 30;1(Suppl 1):324. doi: 10.1093/geroni/igx004.1194. PMCID: PMC6243877.

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