SELENIUM🐟🥩–Greek Goddess of the Moon.

Selenium is incorporated in more than 25 proteins.
*Antioxidant, glutathione, immune modulation, cell signaling, DNA synthesis

Helpful for: T4 to T3 conversion, diabetes, BPH, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s, Cancer, Chemo-support, PCOS and decrease TPO

Foods: Brazil Nuts, seafood, beef, pork, eggs, turkey, selenium enriched yeast.

Best form: Selenomethionine-an organic form with 95% absorption

RDA: 55 mcg
Dosage recommendation: 100-200 mcg
Overdose is rare. Long term use greater than greater than 200 mcg increase diabetes risk and alopecia.

Dr. Jin Sung specializes in the management of complex chronic conditions in Massachusetts, 30 minutes north of Boston. He utilizes natural and alternative therapies to help manage complex cases such as Hashimoto’s, autoimmune conditions, IBS, SIBO, chronic fatigue, brain fog, early Alzheimer’s etc.

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  1. Dr Sung, hope this question reaches you. My dad, 88yr old surgeon, took 'vaccine'. He has no comorbidities, no meds yet gets EXTREMELY sick EVERY January with flu. Eats ALL sugar, can not stop him. IF I can get him to take supplements to boost immune since jab weakens, what do you suggest? My mom, 89, heart and HP, yet healthy, what supplements for her? I am 69, no vaccine, for I have NEVER done pharmaceuticals, and family thinks I am crazy. I am on a regimen of supplementations.

  2. Just found your Vids a few days ago and Love how you break things down in lamens terms! Subscribed ✅ , Binge watching informative videos that are concise with no runarounds! ✅ You Rock! ✅🤙🏻Mahalo for these videos!

  3. Jin, again. Thanks for your constant efforts in educating the people in living, becoming or staying healthy and most important of all for spreading hope, clarity and light these days. You are one of a handful these days. Keep up great work. Greetings from Germany.

  4. Love your content, bite sized pieces packed with all the relevant information.
    I have one question however. I have multiple supplements, and sometimes feel its just too much to take them all, but at the same time think taking a multi vitamin and mineral isn't anywhere near as good. What is the answer.

  5. Is it possible to get hyperthyroidism symptoms such as symptoms noted under minor) while T3 T4 still normal?
    … alopecia is another story. 😔
    Thanks, Dr. Sung! Stay safe.


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