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    Marmite and Folate?

    Would anyone know if the Folate contained in 'Marmite' is Folic acid or natural folate? I thought it may be natural folate because 'Marmite' is made from yeast.. But I'm not sure? Would anyone know?
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    Lowering night time cortisol and supplementation?

    Hi there. I have figured out, after many years, that the reason I can't lose weight is because I have high night time cortisol. I haven't slept well in years. My primary aim here is to restore my cortisol levels back to what they should be at the right times and I'm looking for...
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    Vitamin C type?

    Just wondering if anyone knows the best type of Vitamin C supplement I should buy. I'm looking for maximum absorption. I know there is a thing called C-salts but they're much too expensive for me. Anything else? Thanks
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    Reverse T3 (thyroid) and Supplements?

    Hi. In brief, I have all the symptoms and causes of 'Reverse T3 Dominance'. All the hypothyroid conditions but normal TSH. I understand there are a number of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals which can help the conversion of T4 to T3 but my question is this: Will supplementation with...
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    Applying progesterone cream?

    I have a question with regards to how to apply Progesterone cream. Was wondering if anyone could help. I have a tube of progesterone cream which I have been applying but I'm not sure how much to apply. I have been squeezing out a blob about the size of 3 or 4 match stick heads onto my wrist...
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    I recently bought some Progesterone on the internet which I believed is a controlled substance here in Australia. It's made from Soy. Can anyone tell me if these creams are the genuine product. I didn't think you could buy progesterone cream like this and always needed a prescription. Are...
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    Low Testosterone and Fatigue?

    I have a simple question surrounding fatigue and low testosterone. I have always thought that if you are suffering from adrenal fatigue, when the initial stages of fatigue set in (the hyper-cortisol stage), excess cortisol robs your body of DHEA (Dehydraepiandrosterone) used to produce...