Guggulsterones have a direct stimulating action on the thyroid gland through enzymatic mechanisms. One study concluded that they’re a viable option for the treatment of hypothyroidal conditions.
If you aren’t bringing in enough calories, your body turns its thermostat down and you burn fewer calories. It makes sense, especially if you think of long-term survival.
Thyroid activity is closely linked to the amount of energy you have, so it’s a good idea for everyone to take an ample amount of phosphates daily.
Magnesium even has a role in protein synthesis. Subjects in a 1992 study showed increases in strength and lean body mass after a few weeks of increasing their magnesium intake.
Dr. Eriksen, a general practitioner working in the small town, had noticed that many of his asthmatic patients had reduced appetites when they used a triple stack of ephedrine.
They tried other ratios but discovered that 20 milligrams of ephedrine gets a maximal thermogenic effect with 200 milligrams of caffeine. Note
that those were the amounts used in the ’92 study