1. Articles in category: Thyroid Health

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    1. The Virtue of Adding Vitamin D in Wheat Flour

      The Virtue of Adding Vitamin D in Wheat Flour

      We found this interesting article on Mind Body Green. It's called Is This The Solution To Our Widespread Vitamin D Deficiency Problem?

      It shares some fascinating points. Here's one that's really thought-provoking:

      The research, which was published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, showed that requiring mandatory fortification of vitamin D in wheat flour would prevent 10 million new cases of vitamin D deficiency—and save the country a lot of money down the line. 

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    2. Why We Need to Consume More Greens

      Why We Need to Consume More Greens

      Here's a fascinating article from Dr. Amy Myers. It's called The Top 3 Ways Greens Support Healthy Blood Pressure.

      It shares some interesting insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Whether we like them or not, greens including kale, spinach, and broccoli are the undeniable superstars of the food world. Low in calories, yet high in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, greens are incredible for your health — including your cardiovascular system. 

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    3. The Importance of Balance in Improving Your Thyroid Health

      The Importance of Balance in Improving Your Thyroid Health

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Mind Body Green. It’s titled How to Balance Your Thyroid With a Combo of Eastern and Western Medicine.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      Hypothyroidism often leaves you deficient in iodine and selenium—two essential nutrients for thyroid function. Adding more of both to your diet can support your thyroid and help you normalize your thyroid hormone production.

      To find out more, take a look at the rest of this write-up.

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    4. Best Protein Sources for Hashimoto's

      Best Protein Sources for Hashimoto's

      Here's a fascinating article from the Thyroid Pharmacist. It's called Which Protein is Safe for Hashimoto's.

      It shares some excellent insights. Rootcolog Al Paleo looks particularly interesting:

      Most protein powders on the market contain soy and dairy, which are two very reactive proteins for people with Hashimoto’s. While egg white proteins are also an option and can be less reactive, unfortunately, those with Hashimoto’s who start using them often find themselves with new onset egg reactions, because egg whites are difficult to digest for people with intestinal permeability.

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    5. Fun and Therapeutic Activities that Support Medical Treatments for Thyroid Disease

      Fun and Therapeutic Activities that Support Medical Treatments for Thyroid Disease

      Here's an interesting list of complementary therapy that you can take to manage your thyroid disorder. Incorporating one or more of these activities into your routine supports prescribed medical treatment. It not only has benefits to your thyroid but to your overall health and wellness too!

      Kristen Stewart of Everyday Health lists five things you can do to complement the treatment your doctors give you. Here's one I want to try!

      In a small study, a U.S. researcher, following the specific belief that acupuncture can help thyroid function by reducing a person's stress, found a decrease ...

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    6. How Sleeping at Work Can Improve Your Productivity and Reduce Burnout

      How Sleeping at Work Can Improve Your Productivity and Reduce Burnout

      This article from Dr. Aviva Romm piqued our curiosity. She titles it To Prevent Burnout, Take More Breaks.

      In it, Dr. Romm offers up some really fascinating nuggets of wisdom. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      Huge shifts can happen if you take a major break between your workday and evening. Studies have shown, for example, that nurses who take a 15-minute break at the end of a stressful workday have healthier cortisol rhythms at night. Healthier evening cortisol levels also help your weight, hormones, blood sugar, cravings and sleep. 

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    7. 10 Lessons to Pick Up from this Man's Journey with Thyroid Disorder

      10 Lessons to Pick Up from this Man's Journey with Thyroid Disorder

      If you ever feel alone in your struggle with thyroid disease, remember that a lot of people are going through the same difficulties as you are. Connecting with them and learning from them is one way to help yourself deal with it better.

      One of them is Taylor Van Arsdale. In this article for MSN Lifestyle, he shares 10 things he learned after he was diagnosed with subacute thyroiditis that could help you with your own journey. Here's what stood out for me:

      The most important thing I learned during this time is to trust how you are feeling ...

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    8. The Connection between Zzzs and Thyroid Disorders

      The Connection between Zzzs and Thyroid Disorders

      Traditional thyroid treatments focus on diet, medicines, and exercise. While these have been scientifically proven to help improve thyroid conditions, there is an important component that appears to be missing: sleep.

      Gretchen Lidicker, M.S., writes for MBG Health on the connection between getting quality shut-eye and thyroid disorders:

      If you have hyperthyroidism, you're likely to be jittery and suffering from insomnia. And ironically, this lack of sleep can harm your thyroid even further. 

      Think that improving your sleeping patterns could help your thyroid problem and your quality of life? Read on the find out!

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    9. 11 Common Toxins that Make Your Thyroid Act Up

      11 Common Toxins that Make Your Thyroid Act Up

      We may not know it, but many things we encounter during the day affect our thyroid. Whether it's something we unknowingly ingest, something that we touch, or something that is present in our daily environment, there are a lot of substances that might be causing an under- or overreaction from this important gland.

      William Cole for MindBodyGreen lists down 11 common toxins that might be exacerbating your thyroid problems. Here's one I found particularly alarming:

      Antimony, a chemical that leaches from plastic bottles, is one concern. Researchers at the University of Copenhagen found antimony levels in fruit drinks ...

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    10. Are Your Steaks and Other Meats Really Gluten-Free?

      Are Your Steaks and Other Meats Really Gluten-Free?

      We came across this interesting piece called Pink Slime in Meat, Gluten-Free? and we thought that we just had to share it.

      In it, Hashimoto's specialist Dr. Osborne gives us a quick peek into "meat glue". Here's a short excerpt for some insight:

      Current research is focusing on the environmental exposures instead of genetic changes due to the increases in the incidence of celiac disease2.  The food industry’s goal is to make profits.  In doing so, they mislead consumers into buying sub-par products labeled as prime or top quality.

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    11. Is Your Thyroid Medication Working?

      Is Your Thyroid Medication Working?

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece called Three Reasons Why Your Thyroid Medication Isn't Working. It's by Chris Kesser and we thought that it would make a great reading recommendation for you.

      It gives us some fascinating ideas. This one, in particular, caught our attention:

      ...inflammation decreases both the number and sensitivity of thyroid hormone receptors. If there aren’t enough receptors, or they aren’t sensitive enough, it doesn’t matter how much thyroid medication we take. The cells won’t be able to use it. 

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    12. Why Do We Need to Look After Our Hormones?

      Why Do We Need to Look After Our Hormones?

      Came across this fascinating piece from Dr. Christianson's blog and it really piqued our interest. It’s called 3 Reasons Hormones Need Help.

      It shares some intriguing perspectives. Here’s one of them:

      You know many geneticists and researches have shown that the parallel drop off of our reproductive hormones, testosterone and estrogen, for both genders, the drop off of that really correlates with the onset of a lot of these genetic kill switches and this happens somewhere around our mid-forties and the mid-fifties and many of the effects on our health care because of that. 

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    13. Making Sure That Every Thyroid Replacement Pill You Take Counts

      Making Sure That Every Thyroid Replacement Pill You Take Counts

      Came across this fascinating piece from Hypothyroid Mum that thoroughly piqued our interest. The title is Make Every Thyroid Pill Count! and we thought it would be awesome to share it with you.

      It shares with us some intriguing points. Here’s one of them:

      Several types of medications can strongly interact with thyroid hormone supplementation. Some impact thyroid medicine absorption from the gut while others affect the metabolism and/or action of the medicine in the bloodstream. 

       If this got your attention, give the rest of this piece a quick read by clicking on the link below…

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    14. Things You Should Know About Leaky Gut

      Things You Should Know About Leaky Gut

      This article from Amy Myers M.D. piqued our curiosity. She calls it 5 Medications that Can Cause a Leaky Gut.

      It offers up some nuggets of wisdom. This one, in particular, was very thought-provoking:

      Many of the substances that enter your bloodstream when your gut is leaky appear similar to your body’s own cells. Your immune system creates antibodies to target these foreign invaders. However, sometimes it ends up mistakenly attacking your own tissues through a process known as molecular mimicry.

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    15. How and Why You Should Incorporate Meditation into Your Daily Routine

      How and Why You Should Incorporate Meditation into Your Daily Routine

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the blog pages of Dr. Sara Gottfried. It’s called Meditation: Precision Medicine for the Brain and Body.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      Recently I’ve begun a daily walking meditation with my dog. It takes ten to thirty minutes, and you don’t need a dog to reap the benefits.7 It’s an intentional form of walking slowly and meditatively, where you walk ten to thirty small and natural steps, then retrace your steps.

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    16. How Proper Diet Can Give You Some Much Needed Relief from Depression

      How Proper Diet Can Give You Some Much Needed Relief from Depression

      This article from Dr. Chatterjee's blog site piqued our curiosity. He calls it You are What You Eat: How Diet Can Improve Symptoms of Depression.

      It offers up some fascinating nuggets of wisdom. This one, in particular, was very thought-provoking:

      When your blood sugar crashes, your body can release its fight or flight hormones – adrenaline and cortisol. In this context, these hormones are alarm signs to your body – the foods that are “shocking” and “scaring” you. Often, many symptoms of depression can get significantly better by eating foods that keep your blood sugar stable such as high quality protein ...

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    17. Hormone-Centered Approach to Keeping Your Hunger, Energy, and Cravings in Check

      Hormone-Centered Approach to Keeping Your Hunger, Energy, and Cravings in Check

      Have you read this insightful article from Jade Teta? It's titled Is Your HEC in Check? Hormone Vs. Calories.

      It offers unique perspectives on diet. Here's one that's really thought-provoking:

      Switching to a hormone centered approach is really not that hard. It just takes some understanding about the metabolism. You may not be aware, but you have direct access to what is going on with your major metabolic hormones via biofeedback signals. Hunger, cravings, and energy levels are all dramatically influenced by hormones. By paying close attention to these sensations, along with measuring your fat loss results ...

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    18. Does the Keto Diet Work Well With Hashimotos?

      Does the Keto Diet Work Well With Hashimotos?

      Here's an interesting article from the Thyroid Pharmacist. It's called Using a Ketogenic Diet with Hashimotos.

      It offers some fascinating insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      I have personally seen positive outcomes in my clients and myself, through eating a lower-carbohydrate, higher-fat diet, and have heard of others seeing improvements in their thyroid health while trying a keto diet. However, I’ve also seen negative outcomes for other people, who were not my personal clients, with the keto diet. It’s important to consider that diet is not a one-size-fits-all approach to healing, and that it should be ...

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    19. Some Reminders for Keto Dieters

      Some Reminders for Keto Dieters

      Thought we'd give this fascinating podcast episode from Dr. Chris Kresser a share. It's titled Your Guide to Keto Fasting With Dr. Joseph Mercola.

      In it, the two doctors share their fascinating views. Here's one that we thought was really attention-grabbing:

      Because if you’re doing keto continuously, as some people advocate, I think most people are going to run into problems primarily with their hormone systems, and specifically your thyroid. You develop some thyroid resistance, but then you’re really in this constant catabolic phase where you’re just breaking down your body, and that’s ...

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    20. The Importance of Food in Hormone Balance

      The Importance of Food in Hormone Balance

      Came across this interesting article from Dr. Sara Gottfried's blog and thought that we would share it here. It's called Food as Precision Medicine.

      In it, she offers some unique points of view. This one's particularly engaging: 

      When we eat and feel stress or under pressure, our bodies naturally release stress hormones such as cortisol, adrenaline, and noradrenaline.  These literally produce physiological responses in our system that cause us to have the fight or flight response. If we choose to go with the “fight,” we likely end up eating more than we would or should which causes ...

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    21. Effective Anti-Inflammation Treatments That Will Help You Balance Your Hormones Too

      Effective Anti-Inflammation Treatments That Will Help You Balance Your Hormones Too

      Here's an interesting article from Hormones Balance. It's called How to Reduce Inflammation Fast.

      Magdalena Wszelaki shares some interesting points here. Here's one of them:

      Certain herbs and spices can also help lower inflammation, such as rosemary, oregano, thyme, chamomile, ginger, nutmeg, cloves, black pepper, and turmeric. Try to incorporate fresh herbs and spices into your diet whenever you can. Not only will your food taste spectacular, but your body will thank you, too!

      Check out the rest of the article for more anti-inflammation tips...

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    22. How Do Synthetic Hormones Affect Your Weight?

      How Do Synthetic Hormones Affect Your Weight?

      This one's an interesting article from Happy Healthy You. It's called Are Synthetic Hormones Preventing You From Achieving a Happy Weight?

      It's a fascinating article from Lauren Jane in which she shares some good points. Here's one of them:

      Hormones are powerful mediators and when synthetic hormones are introduced into the delicate balance of the endocrine system, various endocrine glands are impacted.

      For the rest of this insightful article, check out the website linked below...

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    23. Omega-3s and its Many Benefits

      Omega-3s and its Many Benefits

      We stumbled upon this interesting article from Amy Myers M.D. It's called The Top 10 Health Benefits of Omega-3s.

      In it, she shares some critical points. Here's something that we thought was truly thought-provoking:

      Omega-3s are critical to a healthy thyroid. And that matters because your thyroid gland not only produces the hormones that regulate your metabolism, it also plays an important role in heart health and digestion.

      She has a lot more to say about Omega-3s here so check out the rest of the article to learn all of them...

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    24. Underappreciated Medications

      Underappreciated Medications

      We thought we would share this article from Dr. Aviva Romm. It's called Medications All Doctors Should Prescribe.

      In it she shares some interesting insights. This one's particularly fascinating:

      Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs): PPIs not only contribute to Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth by reducing the protective stomach acid we need to keep upper gut bacteria in check, but are also associated with reduced calcium and B12 absorption, potentially increasing risks of fracture and neuropathy. They also interfere with thyroid hormone absorption, so if you’re taking a thyroid medication, you may not be absorbing your full dose.

      For ...

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