Foods I Eat For Hypothyroidism




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Foods I Eat For Hypothyroidism

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0:07 My hypothyroidism story
0:50 Foods to avoid for hypothyroidism
1:45 Best foods for hypothyroidism
1:52 Probiotics
3:54 Kombucha
6:00 Minerals are essential for thryoid (and body) health
7:45 Coconut oil and other healthy fats for hypothyroidism
8:39 foods for Vitamin D
10:26 Proteins
10:43 Seeds
12:00 Avocado seed for hypothyroidism
12:35 Ayurvedic herbs

There seems to be a lot of confusing information when it comes to Hypothyroidism and foods to eat or avoid. The only thing that is clear is that it is a horrible condition to have and I don’t wish it upon anyone.

I didn’t realize how much my body was affected by the foods I was eating until I made a change in my diet. Making that change was not easy. I never thought I’d be the type of person to eat clean.

Some of the foods I started to eat, I’d never heard of before.

I had to make a change for a reason. Hypothyroidism was ruining my life. I had just purchased a new pair of jeans because my old ones didn’t fit. Two weeks later, the new jeans didn’t fit either!

My skin started to get extremely dry. My eyes were puffy. My brain was foggy. I just couldn’t think clear.

One of the worst things about hypothyroidism was fatigue. Having zero energy was brutal, especially when you have many things to do.

That’s what motivated me to look into changing my diet.

I thought that simply eating a few vegetables here and there was healthy enough. I avoided eating out much thinking that was healthy enough, but I didn’t know what healthy was until I started to research.

What I found was that my body needed to be detoxified and nourished.

Some of the best foods you can start including in your diet are seeds. I will refer to this as seed nutrition, which can vary.

One of my favorite seeds now is chia seeds. This can be added to drinks and gulping without chewing for cleansing purposes, or you can chew or blend it in smoothies for nourishment.

Avocado seed is another one… this seed you can boil and make tea out of it. You can also chop it down and put it through a heavy duty food processor to turn it into powder and add it to smoothies.

Just as important as seeds, it’s very important to give your body healthy fats. There’s a lot of conflicting information out there, but some of the best foods for this are things like coconut oil, avocado oil, olive oil, and butter (from grass fed cows).

It’s important to know that these should not be heated and taken in their raw state. These are the raw materials your body needs to produce things like hormones and vitamin D.

Another nutrient that seems to help many people is selenium found in Brazil nuts.

It’s also very important to know which foods to avoid. Many people with hypothyroidism tend to have gut problems and they need to avoid foods with proteins hard to digest.

Most of these gut problems happen because their gut flora needs attention. Eating live foods or probiotics is a way to help this, but it’s also important to avoid eating foods with preservatives that inhibit enzymes or damage your gut flora.

Grains like soy, wheat and corn, seem to be foods that affect many with hypothyroidism. Some people go as far as removing all grains from their diet, though others seek out heirloom grains like

Einkorn, or the original version of corn which is multi-colored.

Last, you’ll want to look into eating more bone broths, which is another source of nutrients that seems to help.

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