Can Hypothyroidism Be Cured By Diet?
Diet places a huge control for the body’s metabolism/thyroid function. Several foods that are a normal part of a western diet directly inhibit thyroid function.
If you want to increase your cellular energy production, lose weight, and support a youthful hormonal balance you need to be on a diet that supports the thyroid function.
According to the research of Dr. Ray Peat, you can increase your thyroid function/ metabolic rate by 25 % by eating a thyroid supportive diet.
We believe that it is very important to use our thyroid supporting diet advice before starting a thyroid medication or thyroid support supplement. If you are already on a thyroid supporting medication combining it with our diet advice will optimize the benefits you get from your medication.
What Is The Best Thyroid Diet Plan?
BiochemNordic’s thyroid supporting diet advice is not just another quick fix, instead, it is built on the research of Dr. Ray Peat and his deep understanding of how the body works on the biochemical level. The main principle is to provide the cells of your body with the best food sources for producing energy.
If you are a thyroid patient suffering from hypothyroidism (low thyroid function) is it is important to base your diet on foods that support your thyroid function and avoid food that suppresses cellular energy production.
This Guide Contains:
- Breakfast – Ideas for light and easy as well as larger meals for breakfast.
- Lunch – Ideas for lunches that support metabolism and cellular energy production
- Dinner – Ideas for light dinners as well as comfort foods that support a healthy metabolic rate.
- Snacks – Ideas to keep the blood sugar stable with in-between meals.
BiochemNordic’s approach to treating hypothyroidism is always to start out with a thyroid supporting diet before using thyroid medication, or other supplements. You can learn the biochemical background for our diet principles, as well as other important aspects of a thyroid supporting lifestyle in our Hypothyroid Treatment Program.