Adopting a healthy diet and lifestyle changes can support healthy thyroid functions. It also greatly helps to reduce the intensity of your symptoms.
Here is an intelligent choice of food plans for people with thyroid disorders.
Stop taking: Milk and Dairy products, wheat, sour and fermented foods, red meat and organ meat, refined sugar, refined oil, processed foods, pine nuts, peanuts, sweet potatoes, peaches, strawberries, soy foods.
Avoid Soy foods such as tofu, soy milk, and soy sauce. Soy may block iodine uptake and interfere with the absorption of thyroid medication.
Take more of :
- Following a GLUTEN-FREE diet for sure is very beneficial in Thyroid problems.
- Take cooked vegetables such as pumpkins, squashes, dandelion, carrot, beetroot, leafy greens, lettuce, kohlrabi, turnip, radish.
- Moderately use cruciferous vegetables such as kale, spinach, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts.
- Seeds and nuts: Cashews, almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, are excellent iron sources.
- Brazil nuts help your thyroid in two ways. Not only are they a good source of iron, but they’re also rich in selenium which helps improve thyroid functions to normal.
- Flax seeds are an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids and are rich in iron, improving heart functions.
- Seafood: Fish, shrimp, and seaweed are great sources of iodine. You need iodine for a healthy thyroid, but avoid large amounts of iodine-rich choices.
- Eat grains and lentils such as Brown rice, quinoa, oats, mung, mung dal, red lentils, buckwheat.
- Your diet should include only10