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5 things you can do to keep your thyroid healthy

2019-06-15 Health No comment

Whether you know it or not, your thyroid is one of the most important components of your body. Just like anything in the body, if it is healthy, it will function better. What happens if you can't work like it? Believe it or not, this is more common than you think.

About 20 million Americans have thyroid disease, and up to 60% of them are unaware of their condition. Thyroid disease may be associated with diseases such as fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome [IBS], eczema or autoimmune diseases, but may also result from unhealthy diets and poor lifestyle choices.

What is the thyroid?

The thyroid gland is a butterfly-like gland located in the neck that produces hormones, regulates metabolism, and affects the function of various organs of the body. The hormones produced by the thyroid gland, thyroxine and triiodothyronine determine the speed and function of the organ and how the body system uses energy.

Hypothyroidism: from

 It indicates that the thyroid is slow and the yield is insufficient This condition slows down the body's metabolism, leading to weight gain, elevated cholesterol levels and bone problems.

Hyperthyroidism: from

 This means that the thyroid is overactive and produces excess thyroxine. An overactive thyroid causes the body to work faster than it should, and ultimately destroys normal body functions. It can cause weight loss, eye problems, and even osteoporosis.

Now that you know a little about the thyroid, there are five ways to keep your thyroid healthy.

Maintain a nutritious diet:

Eating the right fruits and vegetables helps maintain the thyroid and overall health. Eating fruits and vegetables rich in antioxidants and iodine is ideal for the production of thyroid hormones. Iron or iodine deficiency can actually lead to hypothyroidism. For patients with hyperthyroidism, iodine can help slow the release of too much thyroid hormone. No matter what thyroid problems you have, iodine can help your thyroid function. Marine vegetables like seaweed or spirulina can help you provide iodine. Listed below are foods that are good for thyroid health.

  • Berries [strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, etc.]

  • Cruciferous vegetables [broccoli, broccoli, kale, cabbage]

  • Marine vegetables [kelp, dulse, agar, seaweed, seaweed, spirulina, irish moss]

  • Food with high chlorophyll content [spinach, peas, kiwi, cucumber, parsley]

  • Shitake or Portabella Mushroom

  • olive oil

  • almond

  • pumpkin seeds

  • Flax seed

  • walnut

  • Brazil nuts

  • Jia seed

  • Sunflower seed

  • Sesame seeds

Avoid using fluoride:

Most commercial toothpastes contain harmful ingredients that can damage your health, but they also contain fluoride, which can damage the thyroid gland. The community of fluoride in water actually has a higher incidence of hypothyroidism. This is why drinking distilled or alkaline water, or eating alkaline foods, is healthy for your thyroid and overall health. Also, try to avoid using non-stick pans and black tea, as both contain fluoride.

relieve pressure:

Minimizing your stress levels will not only improve your thyroid function, but also improve your overall health. Stress can actually induce thyroid disease, or more obviously you have thyroid disease. Excessive production of cortisol [a stress hormone] can interfere with the production of thyroid hormones. It can actually make the thyroid more difficult to produce a sufficient amount of hormones for body function. Good methods of decompression include acupuncture, breathing techniques such as meditation, massage therapy or warm baths.

Get rid of inflammatory foods:

If you eat inflammatory foods, you may irritate your digestive system, which may rub your immune system in the wrong way. When your immune system is stimulated, it won't recognize your thyroid as part of your body. In fact, your immune system interprets the thyroid as invasive and launches an autoimmune attack. Gluten, eggs, dairy products and cereals are all inflammation. This is why eating anti-inflammatory foods is good for the thyroid gland.

Make sure you get Omega-3:

If your body lacks omega-3 fatty acids, you may have hormonal imbalances. Omega-3s provide a solid foundation for controlling immune function, cell growth and hormones that help thyroid hormones. You can get omega-3 fatty acids from foods such as flaxseed and walnuts.

In addition to the above tips, getting proper sleep, exercise, vitamin D, avoiding exposure to radiation, chemicals such as toxins and bromides is also beneficial for restoring thyroid health.

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