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Thyroid Health and Natural Remedies

 September 5, 2017

By  Natural-d

Struggling with hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s disease

What I’m going to share with you today is natural remedies for thyroid health. More people than ever before are struggling with hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s disease. If you are one of those people that have a sluggish thyroid, a slow metabolism, maybe you exercise, and the weight doesn’t come off. Like you should if you struggle with adrenal fatigue or lack of energy, all of those are warning signs that you might have a thyroid issue.

I’m going to cover my top five natural remedies that are safe, healthy, and effective for improving your thyroid function—and helping your body heal any thyroid issue. So for starters, the number one home remedy you need or natural resources you need, to start to support the thyroid is Ashwagandha. 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 and ginseng and licorice root.

Ashwagandha

All of those are adaptogen herbs, but Ashwagandha may be the most effective at naturally supporting overall thyroid health. Especially hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s. In fact, on the studies on it, it was actually shown to help both hyper and hypothyroid symptoms, which is fantastic how ashwagandha works. The number two thing you should consider adding into overall improve your thyroid function is selenium. Selenium is critical. It has very, very powerful antioxidant-like functions.

So it is crucial for overall supporting your thyroid health. 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. The next thing you want is certain types of B vitamins if you want to improve thyroid function.

Thyroid Health and Natural Remedies

vitamin B12

There are two specifically I want to mention, and that’s thiamine and vitamin B12. So thiamine and vitamin B12 are two B vitamins you need that can improve thyroid function. If somebody is primarily on a vegan or vegetarian diet, they’re going to be deficient in vitamin B12 and also are likely to be lacking in thiamine as well. So again, thiamine and vitamin B12 are also critical. Those are natural remedies number three. Four and five include probiotics. You know, probiotics are essential for digestive function.

Thyroid conditions have also 5been linked to a health problem called leaky gut. That’s where Leaky gut is where a protein like gluten can leak through the stomach, get in the bloodstream, and cause inflammation throughout the body, but also it can cause inflammation of the thyroid gland. So again, healing a leaky gut is also essential, probiotics the number one supplement for that. And then last, but not least, proteolytic enzymes. Enzymes reduce inflammation, especially if you have an autoimmune-related thyroid condition like Hashimoto’s disease, taking proteolytic enzymes like bromelain can reduce inflammation of the thyroid.

If you can do those five natural remedies that I mentioned, you’re going to see great results in thyroid function. Sometimes you can even find a blended formula as well with all of those ingredients in it that can support thyroid and adrenal gland function. So again, take care of your thyroid, if you have any of those issues I mentioned, especially problems with your metabolism and energy levels, those are big warning signs you have adrenal problems.

Natural-d


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