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Try a thyroid-friendly diet with the help of a thyroid nutritionist

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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How can nutrition help support thyroid health? 

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A possible root cause

Because the thyroid gland is highly nutrient dependent, poor nutritional status is one of the root causes of thyroid dysfunction.

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Reverse nutrient deficiencies

Key nutrients drive thyroid hormone production. Nutrient deficiencies can worsen symptoms and prevent thyroid medication from doing its job.

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Identify dietary triggers

Dietary triggers can lead to increased gastrointestinal permeability, chronic inflammation, and a possible elevation in thyroid antibodies that would show the presence of Hashimoto’s

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Video consultations with the best thyroid nutritionists

$75 per visit

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.

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How nutrition plays a role

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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Had my 1st nutritionist appointment with Paloma and met with Nicole and she was super helpful and gave me guidance and help that I can actually stick to.  She even offered to review my food journals and help keep me accountable with my nutrition.  I highly recommend Paloma for both a Thyroid doctor and Nutritionist visit.


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Love the service at Paloma Health, so far it has exceeded all of my expectations. Nicole the nutritionist is very thorough and helpful & Lindsey has been amazing. Lab results were easy as pie.

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Nicole is very knowledgeable and empathetic. She helped me discover more about what nutrients I needed to support my thyroid health. I recommend her to anyone who is looking for an experienced nutritionist.


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My doctor and the dietician have been so helpful in working with me to manage Hashimoto's.  I feel great, and I have them to thank for it.


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Personalized Dietary Guidance & Health Coaching

$75 for a 30' consultation

Your Paloma Health Coach is your on-demand nutritionist, accountability partner, and cheerleader all in one!

Whether you need help jumpstarting stalled weight loss, understanding your protein requirements, or just need a bit more encouragement, they are there to guide you to success. Your Paloma Health Coach is always just a message away.

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“Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food”

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.

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Build healthy habits for real life!

While specific foods and supplements can't treat or reverse thyroid disease, eating a healthy, thyroid-friendly diet can support your treatment

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Support your thyroid function

Maintain or loose weight

Reduce some of your symptoms

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Why should I do a nutritionist consultation?

If you suffer from Hashimoto's and/or hypothyroidism, diet can have a huge impact on your symptoms. Changing your diet for a thyroid friendly diet can help you keep your symptoms under control.

Many patients also use our nutritionist consultations as they are trying to lose weight. One of the main symptoms of hypothyroidism is weight gain and you can combine a thyroid friendly diet with a meal plan tailored to lose weight.


Who are your nutritionists?

All our nutritionists are certified nutritionists with years of experience treating hypothyroidism patients.


Will my nutritionist call me at the time of the appointment?

We think that video calls are way more efficient than phone calls. A few minutes before your scheduled appointment, we'll send you a link by email. You will just have to follow this link and you'll be chatting with your nutritionist in no time.


What happens if the consultation lasts more than 30 minutes?

Our nutritionists are always happy to spend more than 30 minutes if they can. If there is another consultation after yours, your nutritionist will have to stick to the 30 minutes initially scheduled.


Do you treat Hashimoto's disease?

100% yes! Dietary triggers can lead to increased gastrointestinal permeability, chronic inflammation, and a possible elevation in thyroid antibodies that would show the presence of Hashimoto’s. Working with a nutritionist to identify these triggers can help you keep your symptoms under control.


I made my appointment, now what can I expect?

Our office space is not your typical medical office. We are fully online and digital to bring more convenience to our patients.

Once your appointment is booked, we will ask you to fill out an intake questionnaire that will be used by our nutritionists to get all the information they need. We'll also invite you to upload your lab results.

A few minutes before your appointment, we'll send you a link by email. You will just have to follow this link and you'll be chatting with your nutritionist in no time.


How do I learn more about the right diet for me?

There’s a lot to learn, so you’ve come to the right place to get started. For tons of articles about hypothyroidism, check out our blog!

If you’re interested in chatting with other patients about thyroid, symptoms, diet, women’s health topics, and more we’d love to have you join My Happy Thyroid, our online community.


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