Graves disease and royal jelly?

Can patient who has undergone radioiodine treatment take royal jelly?


Angela's Comments:

As far as I know, yes you can take royal jelly. I always caution you however to discuss any supplements you are taking with your Doctor or a pharmacist. I am not trained in the interactions of these complicated drugs and treatments so am not qualified to fully answer your question with your health in mind.

You may want to consider taking our ThyroSmart product as well.

http://www.bee-pollen-buzz.com/lorna-vanderhaeghe-products.html#thyrosmart

Bee healthy,
Angela

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