There is so much experience (expertise, really) here that I feel this is the right place to ask:
Would there be any reason to switch from Thai NDT to Thyro Gold?
The reason I'm asking is that the inactive ingredients (fillers and binders) in Thai NDT brands are not listed (apparently, there is no legal requirement for manufacturers to do so), and that also means that they can change any time without patients finding out...except the hard way.
Thyro Gold, on the other hand, seems very pure, with very few fillers, no known allergens, and basically just thyroid powder and Forskolii (sp?) coleus, said to enhance the efficacy of the product.
I am not willing to pay the ridiculous prices that Belgian pharmacies charge for NDT, be it Armour or Erfa (plus, they don't seem to work that well any more). I have tried Thiroyd, but it seems pretty weak to me (maybe I just need to take more of it). Some say Thyroid-S is better...I just don't like the very long list of inactive ingredients of Thyroid-S, including, but not limited to, aluminium (a heavy metal), and I also don't like the fact that it could be reformulated any time...
It seems Thyro Gold is pretty potent, although sold as an OTC, and that John C. Lowe really wanted to create a really good product.
I don't know if anyone here has made the switch, but what I basically wanted to know is: would there be any advantage to switching from Thai NDT to Thyro Gold (with regard to purity, consistency, supply....)?