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  DI-IODOTHYRONINE (DIT)


Fucus spp of brown seaweeds have been used as treatment for  thyroid disorders . The thyroid hormone present in Fucus is Di-Iodothyronine (DIT); it is weakly active if al all as a thyroid        hormone in the mammalian body. Two DIT molecules are condensed in an elegant esterification reaction to produce tetraiodotyrosine  (T4, Thyroxine). The organically bound iodine in Fucus may    enhance T4 production by providing some prefabricated portions   of T4. I have not seen any studies tracing Fucus-sourced DIT to   either the thyroid gland or circulating T4.

 


 

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