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 thyroid function.
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Many nutritional factors play a role in optimizing thyroid function. However, both nutrient deficiencies and excesses can trigger or exacerbate symptoms.
Paloma Health gives you the opportunity to work with a nutritionist in collaboration with a physician to determine nutritional status for optimal thyroid health.
Some nutrients (iodine and tyrosine) provide the building blocks of thyroid hormones.
Minerals (selenium, iron, and zinc) help convert T4 (inactive thyroid hormone) to T3 (active thyroid hormone).
Selenium can also help reduce thyroid peroxidase (TPO) antibodies, which when elevated, cause damage to the thyroid
Zinc is needed to help your body gauge thyroid hormone levels and tells it to increase production with levels are low.
Nutrient-dense, plant-based foods provide nutrients that support the body’s ability to detoxify harmful substances (e.g. endocrine disruptors like BPA, pesticides, and heavy metals).
Omega 3 fats provide cellular membrane integrity which protects them from becoming damaged and enables your cells to communicate well with each other.
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Food is your best friend— or your worst enemy. Inflammation— caused largely by problem foods—can tear down the walls of your house before you’ve even got them up. At the end of the day, eating right makes optimal health possible.
While specific foods and supplements can't treat or reverse thyroid disease, eating a healthy, thyroid-friendly diet can support your treatment
Support your thyroid function
Maintain or loose weight
Reduce some of your symptoms