"Thyroid disease is more common than diabetes or heart disease."

~ American College of Endocrinology

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More than 30,000,000 people in the US and 200 million worldwide have a Thyroid Disorder Most affected are women. Some estimates are over 50 million in US and over 200 million worldwide, and growing.

Estimates vary widely as most patients are misdiagnosed or undiagnosed because doctors don't know what they are looking for.

Thyroid disease is also an autoimmune disease. This means that over 27 million people have one or more of the over 105 known autoimmune diseases.

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Thyroid Health Foods – How to Get Vegetable and Superfood Nutrients Without Eating Vegetables

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Thyroid health depends on getting the best nutrition into your body every day. How well do you get your 7-9 servings of veggies in a day? Not well, you say?

I have an even better question for you with a great solution.

How do you get massive amounts of the best nutrients, vitamins, antioxidants, enzymes, probiotics, trace minerals and chlorophyll from vegetables without eating them? I’m sure glad I found the answer to this question from my thyroid trained practitioner.


The answer is superfoods in powder form.

It’s so easy to “drink” a high quality powder blended in water, almond or coconut milk each day and to know that I’m getting more that I’d ever get trying to eat my necessary servings of produce. And, can you say chocolate flavored? Yum!

Powdered “greens” are the absolute easiest and most delicious way to fuel your health and your family’s vitality and energy with the antioxidant power of more than 5 servings of fruits and vegetables in one serving.


Superfoods are nutritional powerhouse foods loaded with nutrients crucial to a healthy, long life.

They include apples, avocado, beans, blueberries (all berries with high antioxidants), broccoli, cinnamon, dark chocolate, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, garlic, honey, kiwi, oats, onions, oranges, pomegranates, pumpkin, spinach, tea, tomatoes, turkey, walnuts, and Wild Salmon to name a few.

When you include a variety of them in your diet, everyday, you will change your health faster and “get your life back” more quickly.

These foods contain high concentrations of crucial nutrients, as well as the fact that many of them are low in calories. Foods containing these nutrients have been proven to help prevent and, in some cases, reverse the well-known effects of aging, including cardiovascular disease, Type II Diabetes, hypertension, certain cancers and are the core of our human nutritional needs.


I’ve tried several brands in the past few months. Here are examples of what you get from a number of organic superfood greens powders on the market.

  • More than 60 super foods and supplements
  • MEGA 8,000 ORAC antioxidant value per serving
  • Zero sugar – sweetened with all-natural stevia leaf extract
  • Perfect replacement for sugar-laden chocolate milk and hot chocolate
  • Dairy and Soy-Free
  • 100% natural blend of 29 nutrient-rich Superfoods, Sea Vegetables and High-Energy Herbal Extracts.
  • One serving delivers more organic vitamins, essential minerals, live enzymes and high-ORAC antioxidants than 5 full servings of fresh fruits and vegetables, and provides every vibrant color in the dietary food spectrum, as recommended by the United States Department of Agriculture.
  • By combining the most potent green Superfoods with organically-grown sea vegetables, soy sprouts, GMO-free lecithin, royal jelly, bee pollen, dairy-free probiotic cultures and high-energy herbal extracts, greens powders deliver larger spectrum of phytonutrients and potential health benefits than any other product of it’s kind.


These are a few that I’ve tried so far. Some are more yummy than others, some more “green” tasting.  You can add to juice or a smoothie or just blend with water or alternative milk. Try one and use it up, then try another and see which you like the most.

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GreensPlus Organics. Amazon Chocolate. Find out more here.





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Garden of Life Perfect Food Raw  Find out more here.


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6 comments to Thyroid Health Foods – How to Get Vegetable and Superfood Nutrients Without Eating Vegetables

  • Valerie

    Those with thyroid issues are supposed to cook their greens. Is it safe to consume dehydrated greens?

    • kim

      I find no research on this, but I would think it would not help as the steaming/cooking of calciferous vegetables is what changes the chemistry in them so that we can eat them. Dehydrating doesn’t change the chemistry.

  • Carol

    I have Hashimoto’s and am looking for a superfood without raw veggies. I believe the GreensPlus product is fine since no veggies are listed. The Garden of Life product, however, does have raw veggies. Are the raw veggies in the second product OK because they’re powder? I just don’t want to make things worse!! Thanks!

    • kim

      Hello Carol,
      When you change your diet and add the right supplements Hashimoto’s goes away in about 4-6 months. It’s more than just the raw veggies.
      Please contact my thyroid practitioner, Dr. Jared Allomong – he can work with you by phone/Skype/Email from a distance most times.
      Go here and call or make an appointment: http://functionalhealthcolorado.com/

      My good thoughts for your best health always, Kim

  • Mae

    Because I have low thyroid I can’t eat raw vegetables
    Is there a green powder for thyroid users that doesn’t contain
    Raw greens

    • kim

      New studies show that we can eat raw vegetables, even cruciferous ones.
      You just have to pay attention if some are giving you symptoms. If not, eat raw or cooked.

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