Natural Remedies Thyroid Issues

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Hi everyone, I’m Dorrie and this article is going to be on Natural Remedies Thyroid Issues. I hope you get some good information on natural remedies and vitamins you can try to start with if you think there not that serious for a doctor’s appointment yet. I’m not a doctor, but I do live with thyroid cancer and the cancer caused me to develop thyroid diseases. I’m trying to raise awareness to people about our thyroids. Over 15 million people in the United States alone suffer from undiagnosed thyroid diseases, cancers, and issues today.


Many people deal with stress on a daily basis, from our jobs, to paying bills, raising our children, and relationships, there’s many more I could name but we would be here for a long time. What I’m getting at is we might be mistaken our stress for another problem. You might be thinking or asking yourself why am I getting so anxious or experiencing fatigue, headaches, mood swings, gaining weight, and depression Stress symptoms are probably hiding a bigger issue it might just be your thyroid malfunctioning. Maybe it’s time to start changing our diet or adding vitamins in our daily lives if you don’t think it’s serious enough to consult your doctor yet. Here are some natural remedies that maybe we can try first to get back to feeling better.

Natural Remedies For Thyroid Issues

Let’s start with vitamin B-12, Hypothyroidism is when your thyroid is not producing enough hormones from your thyroid gland. It causes our bodies metabolism to slow down and it tends to make people start to gain weight. It can make us feel very cold especially in our hands and feet, it can make us feel very tired all the time, fatigued, we could get a full nights rest and wake up and still have no energy whatsoever. B-12 can help reverse some of the damages that hypothyroidism has caused. B-12 also helps regulate energy production in our bodies

Iodine is an essential mineral that’s needed to make thyroid hormones. Iodine you can get naturally from iodized salt, by eating sea vegetables, kelp, wakame, and nori, and saltwater fish. Supplements like iodine, probiotics, and curcumin can do wonders for your thyroid. The thyroid needs iodine to prevent glands from becoming enlarged, this is known as goiters.

Zinc is crucial to proper immune system functions, thyroid function, and wound healing.

Selenium is another essential mineral that helps the processing of thyroid hormones.

Manganese is a trace mineral trace meaning you only need very small amount, be careful researchers suggest too much can be harmful to the body.

Ashwagandha is an Indian Plant, recently studies show that this can normalize the function of our thyroid.

Vitamin D: this is a great source of calcium to strengthen your bones.

Flaxseed: are a rich source of micro nutrients, they are very heart-healthy. Omega-3 fats and antioxidants including vitamin B1, manganese, essential fatty acid, that can reduce the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer.

Natural Remedies From Food

Bananas: Bananas are good for hypoglycemia they balance our blood sugar and protect the Adrenal Glands, they also help restore neurotransmitters and support healing from neurological problems, which are some of the symptoms related to thyroid diseases and issues.

Salted Nuts: Macadamia nuts, Brazil nuts, and Hazelnuts are excellent sources of selenium, this helps support healthy thyroid functions.

Roasted Seaweed: such as nori, kelp, and wakame, their naturally rich in iodine and iodine is needed for normal thyroid function. Leafy greens are great sources of magnesium like lettuce and spinach.

Eggs: They contain selenium and iodine, they actually carry a healthy dose of both of these. For the best health benefits eat the whole egg, the yolks hold the most nutrients.

Frozen Yogurt: dairy products like ice cream, milk, and yogurt contains iodine and again iodine is needed for normal thyroid function.

Baked Fish: this is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, Omega-3 helps decrease inflammation in our bodies. Baked salmon, sea bass, haddock, cod, and perch. Eat this for lunch or dinner and get a good healthy dose of selenium and omega-3s.

Beans: are a great source of soluble fiber, and soluble fiber absorbs cholesterol. It allows the body to dispose of it before it sticks to the artery walls. It’s proven to be one of the best sources of antioxidants.

Blueberry: blueberries are great for the inside of your body and the outside, they have very high antioxidant compounds in them, they prevent urinary tract infections and soften your skin.


The deficiencies of thyroid hormones in your central nervous system can cause weight gain, weight loss, anxiety, depression, fatigue, rapid heart beat, lack of energy, pain in your joints, mood swings, dry skin, hair loss, and brittle nails. These symptoms are all signs of your thyroid malfunctioning. We can start changing our foods with these sources of vitamins in them, but we can also start taking these vitamin supplements as well. Remember when starting on supplements it might take a few weeks for you to start noticing any changes or feeling better because they are natural and it takes time for them to get in your system. Don’t give up on them if you don’t see a change right away give it some time.


If we start changing our diets and put exercise into our daily routines it can help the hormones in our bodies to help regulate and get back on track with our lives. Exercise, I’m not saying go out and wear yourself out because that could actually be over doing it, I’m talking about going for a walk or yoga something easy on your joints until you start feeling better and then if you want to add more in each day. Thank you for reading this article. I hope you got useful information out of it until next time thank you. Please leave a comment below if you have any questions I will get back with you as soon as possible.

2 Replies to “Natural Remedies Thyroid Issues”

  1. Hi this is Diesel and the information you have provided on this website is amazing I have learned a lot from this thank you again can’t wait for you next article

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