If you have a thyroid problem and/or autoimmune disease, you have inflammation in your body.
The photo above is of the massively destructive forest fires here in Colorado this past summer. Scary, huh? Think about this same kind of experience going on in your body every minute, destroying your landscape and beauty from the . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – How to Stop Inflammation in Your Body
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
Thyroid health is a fragile thing. So many environmental triggers can set off a cascade of symptoms that deplete your quality of life.
Food storage containers can be one of these triggers.
Why? Because of BPAs.
What is a BPA?
If you use plastic containers for food storage or drink from a plastic water bottle, . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Is Tupperware BPA Free and Safe to Use?
If you’re suffering from low thyroidism, and don’t know what to eat and can’t find a doctor who understands your condition, this 6 module audio program has the answers for you right now.
After receiving email after email of people wanting this information but couldn’t attend my live presentations, I recorded my GET YOUR LIFE . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health Audio Home Study Course: Get Your Life Back!
First off, let’s deal with “Is broccoli bad for the thyroid?”
If you have low thyroid function, eating cruciferous vegetables (click to see the list) can interfere with thyroid synthesis. There are different camps on how much cruciferous vegetables, or those with goitrogens in them, mess with our thyroid function, but to stay on the safe side, . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health Recipe – Broccoli Cheese Soup – Use The Stem Too!
Thyroid health is affected by so many foods. 🙁 We don’t have to give up everything forever, but if you have Hashimoto’s Disease, you’ll want to really eat a clean diet until you get back to “just hypothyroidism.”
I’ve never been a salad dressing or mayonnaise eater, but many people are. You can make . . . → Read More: Thyroid Diet – Non-Egg Mayonnaise Recipe
Thyroid health is compromised by sweeteners: sugars, fructose and honey (even though it should be good for us), organic maple syrup, molasses, date sugar, brown rice syrup and Agave to name a few. Sugar affects our brain health by raising the blood sugar too fast, and then dropping it too low, causing brain fog, depression and other . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health – Why Stevia and Xylitol Sweeteners Are Okay
When dealing with a thyroid condition, and other autoimmune diseases, you’ll find that foods that cause inflammation need to be side-stepped.
What is Inflammation?
Inflammation is the body’s first response to an injury or disease. Inflammation informs you that you need to pay attention to an injured or diseased area so that you don’t continue to use it . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health and Diet: Egg Yolks and Inflammation
Eggs are good for us! Unless, we have autoimmune diseases, and in this case, thyroid problems.
IODINE and the THYROID
Iodine is an essential element for our health, it enables the thyroid gland to produce thyroid hormones.
Three iodine molecules are added to make T3 (triiodothyronine), and four for T4 (thyroxine) — the two . . . → Read More: Thyroid Health and Diet: Egg Yolks and Iodine
Thyroid Disorder and Diseases (Graves and Hashimotos) are growing worldwide.
27,000,000 people in the US and 200 million worldwide have a Thyroid Disorder… …of these 27 million people about half are undiagnosed 37,000 new cases of Graves’ Diseased are diagnosed each year in the US 80% of all cases of Graves’ Disease are diagnosed in . . . → Read More: Thyroid Statistics