Hashimotos Thyroid Diet
The underlying foundation of many health conditions is diet. Of course there are a multitude of diets for weight loss and clean eating.
Many people fail to recognize there are also diets that help with diabetes, heart health and even autoimmune disorders, like Hashimoto’s disease.
Hashimoto’s disease happens when the body thinks the thyroid is a virus and attacks it. Many people with Hashimoto’s disease have hypothyroidism, which is when the thyroid is underproducing the hormone thyroxine.
This hormone plays a huge role in our metabolism, mood and energy levels. When the thyroid is working sub-par, it affects metabolism, energy, weight and other hormone production.
If you have been diagnosed with Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis you have most likely also been dealing with zapped energy, mood dysregulation and issues with weight gain that’s extremely hard to reverse.
Pharmaceutical intervention is most often necessary to manage Hashimoto’s disease. Even so, there are many dietary changes than can strongly influence the degree of severity of symptoms.
This report highlights three main areas – foods than can help, foods to avoid, and supplementation that can be beneficial if diet cannot supply the vital nutrients in sufficient amounts.