Introduced in 1934 by Standard Process, Cataplex F is a whole food dietary supplement designed to support the thyroid as well as the body’s natural response to inflammation. Containing iodine for thyroid support, Cataplex F promotes healthy skin and hair, the metabolism of fats and the formation of eicosanoids (signaling molecules that play a role in inflammation, immune responses and the central nervous system). This supplement also contains flaxseed, a natural source of Omega-3 fatty acid precursors.
At PatientsLikeMe, where more than 125,000 patients are sharing their experiences with all types of treatments including prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs and supplements, two patients report taking Cataplex F for hypothyroidism. Both report taking this supplement for 1-2 years or more. What can we learn from these patients’ experiences? According to the one treatment evaluation submitted for Cataplex F, there were no reported side effects, but the effectiveness was unclear, as the patient selected the option, “Can’t tell.” Cost was reported as $25 or less per month for a daily dosage.
This patient even goes on to share her doctor’s take: “dubious.” But what about you? How would you evaluate your experience with Cataplex F? Has it helped you or seemingly had no effect? Help others decide whether to start – or continue – taking this supplement by sharing your experiences at PatientsLikeMe, where more than 2,300 patients with hypothyroidism (92% female; 8% male) would love to hear your thoughts.
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