A healthy thyroid produces the following hormones: T4, T3, T2, T1 and calcitonin. T4, is the inactive form of the hormone and the most abundant, and must be converted to T3, the active hormone.
But there’s another Thyroid hormone produced by the thyroid called RT3 or Reverse T3. It comes from the conversion of the storage hormone T4. While its normal to produce small amounts of RT3. Too much RT3 can cause problems with your Thyroid and ultimately create Low Thyroid Symptoms.
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