Top Foods to avoid with Hypothyroidism - Thyroid Problems



Got higher levels of Thyroid in your blood report? Has to doctor advised you that you have HypoThyroidism? Is that your diet which is working against your Thyroid Gland? Here's is a list of top foods which can help you avoid Hypothyroidism and minimize your risk.

What is Hypothyroidism?

Thyroid hormone tells all of the cells in your body how busy they should be. Too much thyroid hormone (hypERthyroidism), and your body goes into overdrive; not enough thyroid hormone (hypOthyroidism), and your body slows down. The most common causes of hypothyroidism worldwide are dietary—protein malnutrition and iodine deficiency.

While a lot of people might not see symptoms in the earlier stages, this condition can lead to obesity, joint pain, infertility and heart disease. If you're trying to heal your thyroid naturally, there are certain foods that you will want to avoid, mainly most foods containing Goitrogens.

Goitrogens are substances that inhibit the production of thyroid hormones, something you definitely don't want if you already have an under-active thyroid.

These foods must be avoided in order to prevent recurrence of hypothyroidism symptoms. Avoiding them will also prevent aggravating the already aggravated thyroid glands. Here is a list of foods to be avoided:

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