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Thyroid Health and Nutrition: Foods That Support Thyroid Function

by True Elements 11 Jul 2023

Thyroid is an Autoimmune response which means your body is attacking your thyroid as if it is a foreign presence. It inflames the gland and destroys it over time reducing the thyroid function bit by bit. Thyroid has begun to reveal itself as an epidemic. As per studies, when a person comes in contact with the Epstein-Barr virus its goal is to advance from the bloodstream to the lymph nodes to organs such as the liver to the thyroid and ultimately to the central nervous system. The virus hides in the body and waits to trigger when the individual is experiencing physical or emotional disturbances. This could be the presence of excess mercury in the body, B12 or zinc deficiency, mould growing in the area of either home or office, loss of a loved one, betrayals, financial strain, insomnia are a few.

The thyroid gland is an important hormonal gland as it plays a major role in metabolism, growth and development of the human body. Low levels of thyroid change the way the body processes fat, hence it can cause high cholesterol and lead to serious heart related problems.


When you have hyperthyroidism, your thyroid is overactive and produces and releases too much thyroid hormone, you can experience weight loss despite an increased appetite, irregular heartbeat, irritability, enlargement in the neck, sweating.


Which Foods are good for Thyroid?

Foods that will be helpful are calcium-rich foods, including beans, almonds, and dark green leafy vegetables (such as spinach and kale). Avoid refined foods, such as white breads, pastas, and sugar. Use healthy cooking oils, such as olive oil or coconut oil.

When you have hypothyroidism the thyroid gland doesn't make enough thyroid hormones to meet your body's needs. It can make you feel tired, gain weight and be unable to tolerate cold temperatures.


Foods to be included are seaweed, fish and seafood, nuts, eggs, iodised salt.

We can take care by supporting a good thyroid function by  consuming certain foods on daily basis the 7-in-1 Super Seeds & Nuts Mix from True Elements  is a perfect combination of pumpkin, watermelon ,sunflower seeds, flax seeds, sesame seeds, soy nuts, chia seeds and rosemary extract as they are a rich source of zinc as low levels of zinc are associated with thyroid problems.

Quinoa is a good source of vitamin B, vitamin E, Zinc, Copper, Magnesium, Manganese and Iron. It helps produce thyroid hormones and maintains their balance. True Elements Quinoa are packed with beneficial nutrients and antioxidants that slow down the abnormal secretion of thyroid hormones. True Elements Rolled Oats are a good choice for anyone looking to improve their Thyroid health as oats are good for thyroid function. Oats contain iodine which is essential for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. Eating healthy and coun

Authored By: Preeti A Pandey

  • Certified Nutritionist
  • Food Architect, Motivator & Wellness Coach
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