Several doctors in America warn of the negative impact of your mobile on the thyroid gland. From personal experience with patients in my practice, this is certainly not something you should underestimate. Tip: do not put your mobile on your bedside table when you go to sleep. Otherwise, you have a jammer near your head, where your thyroid gland suffers all night.
Make Sure You Get Enough Selenium
This mineral is found in nuts and seeds and especially in Brazil nuts. When you eat 3-4 Brazil nuts per day, you get the recommended daily intake of 150 micrograms.
Balance Your Remaining Hormones
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Eat Plenty Of Green Vegetables
Previously it was discussed that part of the thyroid hormone in the liver is activated. The better your liver works the better this step is performed. Green vegetables contain powerful nutrients that help your liver detoxify.
Pay Attention To Stress
Previously we saw that chronic stress has a negative influence on your immune system and therefore also on your thyroid gland. In case of stress, make sure you get enough vitamin C, B vitamins (especially vitamin B5) and magnesium to strengthen the adrenal glands. Because your body consumes large amounts of these nutrients, the diet will not be sufficient in this case.
Please note that when using a food supplement you use a product that is as pure and natural as possible. Well-absorbable forms of magnesium include, for example, magnesium bis-glycinate or magnesium citrate. When you click on one of the nutrients below, you will find a number of examples of easily ingestible and natural supplements.
Vitamin C ,
Vitamin B complex .
Note the use of kelp.
On many sites kelp is recommended as a source of iodine. The argument is that in many Eastern countries more kelp is eaten and thyroid disorders occur less often. Mind you, in these areas people have been doing that for hundreds of years and the body has been better adapted to this. The recommended daily allowance for iodine is 300 micrograms. When you eat kelp, you get many larger amounts of iodine (up to a few grams!) Which in some cases can be counterproductive.