Thyroid Disease

Right Diet and Prevention

April, 2019
The Master Responds

The growing impact of thyroid diseases is no more a secret and has become a common cause of concern in the modern world. There are numerous people across the globe who have been impacted with it, and it appears to be more of a genetic and lifestyle disorder.

Speaking of diet and thyroid disorders, the topic has been long under introspection and evidence is emerging that some foods can positively or negatively affect the thyroid gland.

Iodine is one of the most important things that needs to be included in the diet, and simple things like salt that we use for cooking can provide iodine to us. Seafoods are another source of good iodine. Like iodine, proteins are also an important element.


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