Hypothyroid Diet Tips

www.NaturalEndocrineSolutions.com If you have hypothyroidism and are looking for an ideal “hypothyroid diet” that will help restore your health to normal, then you will find the information in this video to be extremely valuable. This will be true whether you have primary hypothyroidism or Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis. While eating health alone isn’t enough to cure most thyroid conditions, it without question is an essential component of any successful natural hypothyroid treatment protocol.
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13 Responses to Hypothyroid Diet Tips

  1. msjac908 says:

    What kind of doctor will be able to check my thyroid and hormonal imbalance?

  2. NaturalThyroidDoctor says:

    @03skyflakes I’m glad you have found the information to be valuable!

  3. 03skyflakes says:

    this has been very helpful!!

  4. scott231us says:

    Freakin awesome tips! Totally makes sense, as my thyroid levels and hormone levels went out of whack at the same time!

  5. NaturalThyroidDoctor says:

    @Jesusistheanswer3 It could be reasons other than the thyroid gland which are responsible for the difficulty in losing weight, such as insulin resistance, estrogen dominance, etc. If this is the case then this needs to be resolved in order for you to lose weight.

  6. johnyboy006 says:

    i just found out that i have this today from a blood exam

  7. spaceanduniverse27 says:

    Thanks for posting this video! I too suffer from hypothyroidism and used to take Levothyroxin 75mcg once daily. I have ran out of medication and have lost my health insurance, so I am at a loss and really don’t know what to do as my household income is only around $800-$1000 a month. I have also been told that I have a hormonal imbalance (high estrogen & low progesterone) and insulin resistant. I gain weight no matter what and have fertility problems. Do you have any advice for my situation?

  8. NaturalThyroidDoctor says:

    @Linoliscious This probably is something you should ask your endocrinologist, as switching to a generic brand might make a difference when it comes to losing weight. But like you mentioned, my focus is on natural treatment methods, and so I would speak with your medical doctor regarding this, as they’re the expert on synthetic thyroid hormone (this isn’t completely true, as they are usually advised by the pharmaceutical companies, but still should be able to answer your question).

  9. Linoliscious says:

    I’ve been Hypothyroid most of my life, and probably as a young child but it was never detected until I turned 17 when my hair fell out in patches, anyhow my question probably goes against the natural solutions but I have been on Levothyroxine for 9 years, I was told Synthroid is the best and generics aren’t as good, I have about 25lbs to go until I can be considered a normal weight and it took me a whole year to lose 50lbs. Will switching brands sidetrack my normal levels? Thanks in advance!

  10. NaturalThyroidDoctor says:

    While these natural thyroid treatment methods have helped people with severe cases of hypothyroidism, of course no doctor can guarantee results.

  11. summerluvzgermx says:

    well do these tips also work with severe cases? because im 13 years old and my thyoid (tsh i think) is 495 and my doctors are afraid nothing will really help until i get my medicine straightened out, so will this really help in severe cases like mine?

  12. NaturalThyroidDoctor says:

    You definitely want something that is high in protein to begin the day. I personally have a protein shake that consists of two cups of purified water, one cup of mixed berries (blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries), some flax seed oil, about 5 grams of protein from a natural protein powder I use, along with a raw organic egg. So I’m not talking about an excessive amount of protein, but a good amount of protein to start the day.

  13. shiapilar says:

    what is the ideal breakfast for people suffering from hypothyroidism?

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