The Best Vs The Worst Hypothyroidism Diet – Hashimoto’s, Thyroid Health

If you’ve been diagnosed with thyroid issues, what’s the best diet for hypothyroidism that also works with Hashimoto’s?

If you start looking around and research diets for hypothyroidism or Hashimoto’s, no doubt you’ll come across the Keto and Paleo diets.

Suffering with thyroid problems can have a huge impact on your health and overall lifestyle because it is such a central part of your health.

If your thyroid is failing to produce enough of the hormones that your body requires, you can then start experiencing low functioning thyroid symptoms, such as:

  • weight gain
  • intolerance to the cold
  • low energy levels
  • weakness
  • hair loss
  • mood issues, even depression
  • loss of libido
  • and more …

From my own personal experience I can testify that suffering with thyroid problems can literally turn your life upside down.

Some people even say that they didn’t know what real fatigue felt like until they had a thyroid problem and I can definitely vouch for this too.

So what’s the best hypothyroidism diet to help you deal with your issues?

It’s not a high fat diet, like many people are led to believe!

The problem is that eating high fat and greatly limiting your carb intake can harm the health of your thyroid gland.

Research has shown us that going low carb can affect the thyroid gland by:

  • A drop in metabolic rate and energy production (1)
  • Causing a fall in the active thyroid T3 thyroid hormone (2)
  • Raising the thyroid blocking Reverse T3 hormone levels (2)

All of these suppress your thyroid function and so negatively affect your overall health, and of course the health of your thyroid gland.

Further to this, studies have shown that plant diets are associated with reduced risk of thyroid issues, whereas diets that contained animal products or omnivore diets were associate with an increased risk of hypothyroidism. (3)

Watch my video above to discover more!

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7 thoughts on “The Best Vs The Worst Hypothyroidism Diet – Hashimoto’s, Thyroid Health

  •   Rachel M  |   

    Do you have any videos on getting off of your thyroid medication for hypothyroidism?

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Rachel, how long have you been taking it for. Do you have Hashimoto’s?

      •   Rachel M  |   

        Rawsomehealthy I have been taking it for almost 6 years. No Hashimotos. Just hypothyroidism. Back when i was put on it, I was living an extremely unhealthy way—overexercising and undereating. My adrenals and body were shot. I now feel like I am at a place where I would like to come off of it.

  •   Susanelizabeth Turner  |   

    Gluten is a huge contributor to hashimotos and if you have a gluten issue there is a list of food, mostly all grains along with corn and potatoes..they all look like gluten to your body. A raw food diet eliminates pretty much all of it so you’ll do better and the inflammation will go down. Hoping I can lower my meds as the level of meds I”m on now is a little too high now that I”m on raw :)

  •   Burnice Pursuing Health and Happiness  |   

    Thanks for this. Im on synthroid for 17 years . Ive tried bovine raw thyroid but my tsh got very high so i dont know what else to take. After so many years is my thyroid completely dead?

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Interestingly, not always the case. Yes, it can be harder to come off after taking it for so long, but I’ve seen some of my clients do it. A symptom free life, even on thyroxine meds is a blessing by itself!

  •   Marie Falk  |   

    have no I got all the problems.but I am vegan mostly eating raw low fat so I am anyway doing ok.

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