There are many natural ways to heal our body and brain from thyroid dysfunction, using a foods, plants and spices.
Turmeric is a medicinal spice so timelessly interwoven with the origins of human culture and metabolism, so thoroughly supported by modern scientific inquiry, as to be unparalleled in its proven value to human health . . . → Read More: Thyroid Diet – Health Benefits of Turmeric
The avocado. Just lovely! And, it comes in its own biodegradable wrapper! Cool!
Whether you eat them straight out of their skin, on a salad, in guacamole, a slice to your morning eggs, or in a smoothie (yup, in a smoothie!), avocado’s are one of nature’s treasures and great gifts to us.
One . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Brain-Boosting Food – The Lovely Avocado
Healthy food is food that is naturally packed with vitamins and minerals and all the nutrients we need to build health bodies.
Healthy food is what you need to help heal your thyroid condition.
Healthy food is harder and harder to find, even in countries like the USA where we grow plenty of food for . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Why The Foods We Buy Are Not Enough To Heal Us
What can vitamin C do for your thyroid health?
You can get Vitamin C from many sources and it’s one of the safest and most effective nutrients.
The benefits of vitamin C include protection against
immune system deficiencies (really necessary with thyroid problems) cardiovascular disease prenatal health problems eye disease even skin wrinkling (we . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – The Huge Benefits of Vitamins C
Why you want to know about and keep your hypothalamus healthy
Where is it?
The hypothalamus is a region of brain anatomy located deep within the brain, just above the base of the skull, on each side of the third ventricle.
The main function of the hypothalamus is to regulate homeostasis . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – The Care and Feeding of Your Hypothalamus
Eat your iron!
Keep your cortisol, adrenal and thyroid health balanced with iron in food, not just supplements.
I can list them all … but I’ll give you a link to see a great list here! Just a reminder – that some of these foods are not on your thyroid clean-diet.
. . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Iron Rich Foods
Iron…why do we need iron?
Because, when we’re iron deficient we can become anemic, causing tiredness, fatigue, weakness, dizziness, irritability, shortness of breath or depression. Other signs may include pale skin, brittle nails, chest pain, cold hands or feet or an irregular heartbeat. Less common symptoms of anemia include pica, an urge to eat . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – The Affects of Iron on Your Thyroid, T4 and T3
Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is the most common type of low thyroid hormone disorder and is considered an autoimmune disorder.
A study by researchers in Istanbul, Turkey, found that vitamin D deficiency was present in 92 percent of patients with HT, but only in 63 percent of people without the disease.
People with subclinical hypothyroidism . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Study Shows Low Vitamin D Common In Hypothyroidism
Vitamin C, L-ascorbic acid or simply ascorbate, a water soluble vitamin helps thyroid function in several great ways, it:
assists the production of thyroid hormones stimulates the adrenals which are key thyroid allies helps with the metabolism of the amino acid typtophan, which forms part of thyroid hormone. very good for the immune system and for the whole bodyand brain it’s . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – The Role of Vitamin C
Vegetables are the best for you, right?
Unless you have a thyroid condition and the veggies are of the cruciferous kind.
Cruciferous [krew-SIH-fer-uhs] vegetable family are named for their cross-shaped (crucifer) flower petals. (See the list below).
THE GOOD NEWS ABOUT THIS GOOD FOOD FAMILY
There is much research that indicates that they may . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health Vegetables: The Problem With Cruciferous Vegetables