Signs of An Underactive Thyroid

  • Thu 12th Sep 2019 - 6:06am

    Its never too early to think of supplements for thyroid health. After all there Thyroid Rescue 911 are many factors that could compromise the health of your thyroid and some of these are environmental in nature. For each and every day that you live you cannot be 100% sure that your thyroid will stay healthy. If truth be told lots of people are suffering from all forms of thyroid problems and they dont even know it. It goes without saying thyroid problems are very common and just because it is often overlooked does not make your being complacent of the situation justifiable.

    Lets not forget the thyroid has a very important role in the body it being involved in metabolic processes. When there is something wrong with your thyroid your metabolism slows down and this alone can have far-reaching effects - obesity and constipation among them. As it turns out the thyroid gland also affects emotions. No wonder with an under-active thyroid your emotional state becomes unstable and you feel irritable. As if to add insult to injury an unsightly bump grows on the neck area where the thyroid gland is located.

    That said the need for supplements for thyroid health cannot be overemphasized. Following is a shortlist of supplements you need to support your thyroid or to keep your thyroid functioning well Iodine - this one is pretty obvious. Iodine is a very essential element that the body should never lack of. The thyroid depends much on iodine to carry out its functions. Unfortunately with hypothyroidism there is not enough of this. Seafoods and seaweeds are rich sources of iodine so make sure that you have enough of these in your diet.

    Selenium - this element is also very important in ensuring a healthy thyroid. Selenium can be sourced from tuna mushrooms beef and organ meats soybeans Brazil nuts and sunflower seeds.Zinc and copper - also very vital in the maintenance of a healthy thyroid. In fact according to clinical studies when the body is low in zinc there is a corresponding decrease in the levels of the thyroid stimulating hormone T3 and T4. Copper is necessary to oxidize iodine to produce TSH. Sardines beef turkey fresh oysters soybeans whole grains Brazil nuts walnuts and pecans are excellent sources of Zinc. Copper sources include dark chocolate lobster crabmeat nuts beans and sunflower seeds.


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