Home Remedies For Thyroid

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Before we get into home remedies for thyroid, lets talk about the worst things to eat.

Refined foods, saturated fats, sugars, and white flour products are among the worst foods a person can eat when combating thyroid peoblems. If the thyroid problem is really severe, then it’s a good idea to avoid brussels sprouts, cabbage, broccoli, kale, mustard greens, peaches and pears, since they all contain anti-thyroid substances and may suppress thyroid function.

A diet with at least 50% of the foods you eat being fresh and organically grown will establish a better metabolism. The enzymes from live foods help the body to maintain proper metabolism.

Foods that heal include sprouts, salads, raw vegetables, and cooked grains to help feed the glands.

Other home remedies for thyroid include:

Eat foods rich in vitamin A, like yellow vegetables, eggs, carrots, and dark green vegetables.

Fish and sea vegetables like, arame, kelp, dulse, hijike, nori, wakame, and kombu, are very Iodine rich foods that nourish the thyroid. Seaweed is very nourishing to the glands.

Home remedies for thyroid include zinc and copper, since they help the body make thyroid hormone.

Home remedies for thyroid also include foods rich in zinc, like beef (organic), oatmeal, chicken (organic), seafood, dried beans, bran, tuna, spinach, seeds, and nuts. Foods rich in copper include, organ meats (organic), eggs, yeast, legumes, nuts, and raisins.

Another thing that helps the thyroid is amino acid tyrosine. Tyrosine is found in edamame, beef, chicken, and fish. Soy should be used rarely.

Black and red radishes have been used by doctors in Russia for hypothyroidism and should be added to your diet as well.

Seeds and nuts, seed and nut milks, vegetable juices (celery, parsley, small amount of carrot, Swiss chard, wheat grass) and plenty of green drinks containing chlorophyll are home remedies for thyroid.

Using mixed vegetable juice that includes a few radishes, carrot, tomato, celery or zucchini, with a pinch of kelp may greatly benefit the thyroid gland.

Other vegetable juice combinations used as home remedies for thyroid include: alfalfa, all leafy greens, beet tops, carrots, celery, green peppers, parsley, seaweeds, sprouts, and watercress.

Home remedies for thyroid Vitamin/Mineral Therapy

B-Complex vitamins help improve cellular oxygenation, build the adrenals and the thyroid and calm the nerves.

Vitamin A assists in maintaining normal glandular function.

Vitamin C as “Ester C” promotes normal adrenal function and glandular activity.

Essential fatty acids are a must for glandular health and they improve over all health too. Home remedies for thyroid can be omega 3’s and 6’s from marine lipids, flax oil or flax seed, black current seed oil, evening primrose oil, and borage oil.

Home remedies for thyroid include all minerals and are important in glandular heath.

Calcium/magnesium, manganese, selenium, silicon and zinc protect the glands.

High Grade Calcium Complex provides a microcrystalline form of calcium, plus a balance of associated nutrients necessary for proper calcium assimilation.

Powerful home remedies for thyroid also include iodine supplementation from kelp or dulse (popular sea vegetable). (1,000 micrograms a day is recommended.)

Home remedies for thyroid may include desiccated natural thyroid. If the symptoms are mild, this form of thyroid help may be enough.

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