Hashimoto’s Diet – Nutrition Secrets to Help Your Thyroid

Hashimoto’s Diet – Nutrition Secrets to Help Your Thyroid

Hashimoto’s Diet – Nutrition Secrets to Help Your Thyroid // To understand the best ways to help your thyroid symptoms when you have Hashimoto’s, you need to keep in mind two main concepts. The first is that you need to pick the right kinds of food as autoimmunity causes us to be more reactive to many standard food choices. Next, once you find the foods that best support your immune system and work well with your digestion, you need to choose healthy foods that have the right combination of macronutrients for your body. Everyone is a little different and that’s why this week’s video will give you the foundation and understanding so you can begin to choose the best nutrition for your thyroid and immune system that way you can start to see improvements in your health in less than 30 days.

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  1. Wow! I’ve always been under the impression that tumeric and curry were good for us!
    I love eggs. That’s the only heme protein I get because I don’t eat meat.
    I’m wondering what we CAN eat?
    Thanks for the info.

  2. Wow. Cutting off coffee and eggs is really, really hard for me. This sounds so restrictive…. 🙁 Are you saying we should test each one of them separately for a few weeks or months to find out how the immune system reacts??

  3. What foods have you noticed work best for you? Which foods are better for you to avoid? Thanks for watching and looking forward to your answers 🙂 -Dr. Brad

  4. I just wanted to express my appreciation for the informative video . Every word resonated with me deeply, and I can say with complete sincerity that I wholeheartedly agree with everything that was said. The video was an insightful and thought-provoking piece that has provided me with a new perspective on the topic at hand. Thank you so much for sharing it. I truly appreciate it.

  5. I’d bet the trouble with eggs is related to the feed. Instead of having bugs and worms which they’d forage on their own, they’re fed grains.

  6. Hashimotos has ruined my life. I no longer feel like a human. I feel like a hostage in my own body. I use to love food and now I feel like I have no quality of life not being able to eat my favorite foods. So much restriction, so many symptoms not knowing what triggers me. I have such a bad relationship with food😭😭😭

  7. Can you possible have cooking session breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack just to have a visual idea. Thank you

  8. lemon and lime juice contain very little sugar, esp since you only use 1-2 T at a time. and lemon juice in water at the start of the day is very healthy. the only juices i would use. all others are just sugar laden water.

  9. Why cashew ,almonds n pista nuts are also bab.i hv the only option to consume this little bit coz left fiery product .Is cow ghee is good for thyroid n also makhana

  10. WHAT IF IM VEGAN??? not everyone wants to consume dead animals however I think your video is very informative.

  11. What about other nuts and seeds like Brazil Nuts that provide Selenium or Chia seeds are they safe or simply not mentionned?

  12. Foods i’ve avoided are dairy, gluten, refined sugars, and carbs. Im under the care of a general practitioner, and she’s also a functional dr. Her recommendation of avoiding these foods is working very well. I also have celiac disease, so this way of eating is no problem for me and its the first time in ages that I’ve been able to lose some weight.

  13. So what CAN I eat? Seems like everything is not an option and that’s just not sustainable. Air and water will just not cut it.

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