The Top 6 Staples of a Low Thyroid Diet

Hypothyroidism is caused by underlying inflammation and immune dysfunction in over 90% of cases. This goes hand in hand with gut damage and nutrient deficiencies, so diet is foundational in healing and reversing symptoms of low thyroid. In general, a whole food and plant-powered diet is best, but adding these six superfoods can supercharge your recovery. Given processed foods’ already …

Keep Your Thyroid out of the Bedroom

Your thyroid condition can be responsible for a whole bunch of symptoms that seem unrelated at first glance, and all of them are equally frustrating. I hate to add to the list, but a recent study found that low libido can be a sign of thyroid dysfunction. Although your thyroid is mostly responsible for metabolic activity, its influence spreads to …

The Top 3 Risk Factors for Hashimoto’s

Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is the leading cause of low-thyroid symptoms is the US. Autoimmune diseases like HT are multifactorial, meaning the disease has no singular primary cause. While there are endless options for the imbalances and conditions that contribute to HT, there are well-established commonalities among those suffering from autoimmunity. Scientific strides made over the last few decades in the field …

5 Hidden Factors that are Secretly Damaging Your Thyroid

You may already know that you have a thyroid problem, but knowing is only half the battle. There are many ways infection can reduce thyroid function. In theory, any infection that causes long-term inflammation, chronic stress, or reduced digestion can affect the thyroid. However, infections such as are some of the known molecular triggers for thyroid dysfunction and thyroid autoimmunity. …

Thyroid Disease: Recognize the Signs, Understand Your Risks

What do you know about the thyroid gland? If you’re like most people, you may know what it’s called and where it resides, but if it isn’t one of the major organs, you’re none too concerned about it. You may think this unsuspecting, butterfly-shaped gland at the front of your neck is like any other gland, but you would be …