Your Thyroid, What & Why?

Posted by healthbasket 24/06/2017 0 Comment(s)

YOUR THYROID -  We going to share with you today natural remedies for thyroid health. There are more people than ever before that are struggling with hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s disease, hyperthyroidism and Grave’s disease. Why?  Firstly if you look at the amount of  toxins being sprayed on our fruits, vegetables and on our wheat products.   Fluoride in our water.  High stress, no exercise to name a few of the culprits.   Sugar – can disrupt the hormone balance necessary for metabolism. People with thyroid issues have a difficult time losing weight, and since the thyroid is a key gland for hormonal balance and metabolism, it’s best to avoid sugar as it can contribute to hormonal disturbances, fatigue, mood changes, worsened depression and weight gain.
If you personally are one of those people who have a sluggish thyroid, a slow metabolism, maybe you exercise and the weight doesn’t come off like it should, you struggle with adrenal fatigue or lack of energy — all of those are warning signs that you might have a thyroid issue.
We are going to cover our top five natural remedies that are safe, healthy and effective for improving your thyroid function and helping your body heal any sort of thyroid issue.

5 Natural Remedies for Thyroid Issues
1. Solgar Ashwagandha or Metagenics Exhilarin
So for starters, the No. 1 natural remedy you need to start to support the thyroid is ashwagandha, which is proven to heal thyroid and adrenal issues. Ashwagandha is known as an adaptogenic herb. Adaptogen herbs mean they help you adapt and deal with stress, and ashwagandha has been used for thousands of years in Chinese medicine.
Other adaptogenic herbs can include things like Tulsi or holy basil — also things like Rhodiola all are adaptogen herbs, but ashwagandha may be the most effective at naturally supporting overall thyroid health, especially as a natural treatment for hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s. In fact, in the studies on it, it was actually shown to help both hyper and hypothyroid symptoms, which is amazing.
So, you should definitely add ashwagandha to your hypothyroidism lifestyle since it works as a way to treat hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism.
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2. Viridian or Solgar Selenium
The No. 2 thing you should consider adding in to overall improve your thyroid function is selenium. The benefits of selenium are critical — actually, selenium has very powerful antioxidant-like functions. In fact, studies have shown that selenium helps balance out T4 in your body hormones, so again, taking a therapeutic dose of selenium every day has also been shown to benefit thyroid function.
3. Solgar B Vitamins
The next things you want are certain types of B vitamins if you want to improve thyroid function. There are two specifically we want to mention: Thiamine (B1) and vitamin B12. Thiamine and vitamin B12 are two B vitamins you need that can actually improve thyroid function. If somebody is on a vegan or vegetarian diet, they’re absolutely going to be deficient in vitamin B12 and also are likely to be deficient in thiamine as well.
Vitamin B12 benefits thyroid health by balancing hormones naturally and treating chronic fatigue syndrome.
Thiamine (B1) has many of the same benefits for thyroid health as vitamin B12.
4. Saccharomycin DF Probiotics
You know probiotics are critical for digestive function. In fact, thyroid conditions have also been linked to a health problem called leaky gut syndrome. Leaky gut is where a protein like gluten can leak through the gut, get in the bloodstream and cause inflammation throughout the body, but also it can cause inflammation of the thyroid gland. Thus, healing leaky gut syndrome is important and probiotics are the No. 1 supplement.
To help heal the gut
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