Support your immune system

A healthy immune system may support against coronavirus.

People who contract COVID-19 and who have healthy immune systems, like children and younger adults without chronic health conditions, may only have mild symptoms that they can treat at home.

As we get older, our immune function declines, and some medical conditions can make the immune system less powerful against foreign invaders - as is the case for heart disease, lung disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes.

Since we still don't know how to prevent, treat, or cure COVID-19, the best thing we can do is support our immune system.

The information and resources on this page are for thyroid patients who may need additional support amid this global crisis.

Relax and Prioritize Sleep

When your body is stressed, it sends distressed signals that negatively affect your immune system. One of the most important steps in reducing symptoms and flare-ups of autoimmune thyroid disease is stress reduction.

Supplements to strengthen
Your immune system

Immune function may improve by restoring deficient micronutrients to their recommended levels. It’s best to get your necessary nutrients from diet, however some people with hypothyroidism may choose to supplement with vitamins to increase resistance to infection and support faster recovery.

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Daily Thyroid Care Supplement

Calm Inflammation and Promote Proper Immune Response

Daily Thyroid Care is an iodine-free combination of vitamins, minerals, and herbs that provides essential nutrients required for optimal thyroid gland function.

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Includes 60 capsules. Adults take 2 capsules daily with food or as directed by a health professional.

Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct light. Keep out of reach of children.

If you are pregnant, nursing, have any health condition or taking any medication, consult your healthcare professional before using this product.

Eat well for healthy immune function

Keep your immune system strong by eating well! Research suggests that the majority of our immune system resides in our gut, and the thyroid is particularly sensitive to changes in the gut microbiome. A healthy gut means a stronger immune system to support metabolic functions and fight off infection. 

1. Remove dietary triggers. Reactive foods may cause inflammation that can worsen your autoimmune reactions or interfere with your thyroid function. Work with a Paloma Nutritionist to identify your personal dietary triggers and develop a personalized eating plan. 

2. Replace with nutrient-rich foods. You need nutrients like selenium, iron, and zinc for thyroid synthesis. While shopping during the COVID crisis may be challenging, you can still stock up on frozen fruits & veggies, canned fish like tuna, salmon, and sardines, and healthy fats like seeds and nuts.

3. Reintroduce healthy bacteria. Probiotics can help to rebalance your gut microbiome, which may reduce leaky gut which can cause immune reactions like inflammation or pain.

4. Repair with supplementation. Key nutrients drive thyroid hormone production. Work with a nutritionist to determine how to supplement nutrient deficiencies to improve thyroid symptoms or support thyroid medication absorption.

Let food be your medicine

We offer online nutritionist consultations to help you boost your immune system and support your thyroid function.

The more dietary stress you put on yourself, the more likely you are to experience inflammation that can worsen your autoimmune reactions and interfere with your immune system.

$75 for a 30 minute consultation

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