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    More than 12% of the population, according to the American Thyroid Association, will have a thyroid issue at some point in their lives.

    1 Edamame, Tofu, and Miso are examples of soy-based foods.

    There are no precise dietary recommendations, however some evidence suggests that soy consumption may interfere with the absorption of thyroid medication.
    The possible harmful effects of some molecules in soy, known as isoflavones, on the thyroid have long been a source of concern.

    2 Cruciferous Vegetables (Cruciferous Vegetables)
    Broccoli and cauliflower, for example.

    Although cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and cabbage are high in fibre and other nutrients, if you have an iodine shortage, they may interfere with thyroid hormone synthesis.
    If you do, limit your intake of Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, turnips, and bok choy, as research suggests that digesting these veggies can prevent the thyroid from utilising iodine, which is necessary for regular thyroid function. According to the Mayo Clinic, though, you’d have to eat a lot of cruciferous veggies to have a major impact on iodine absorption.
    Gluten is a protein found in bread, pasta, and rice.
    Gluten, a protein found in foods produced from wheat, barley, rye, and other grains, may be beneficial to hypothyroid patients.
    Gluten can irritate the small intestine and interfere with the absorption of thyroid hormone replacement medicine if you have celiac disease.

    While no research has shown that a gluten-free diet will manage thyroid disorders, you might want to chat to your doctor about whether it’s worth avoiding gluten or getting tested for celiac disease, according to an article published in May 2017 in the journal Endocrine Connections.
    A gluten-free diet may offer therapeutic benefits for women with thyroid illness, according to a study published in Experimental and Clinical Endocrinology & Diabetes in July 2019.
    4 Fatty Foods to Avoid
    Butter, meat, and all fried fats have been discovered to interfere with the body’s ability to absorb thyroid hormone replacement medications.

    5 Sugary Foods to Try, including This Delightful Chocolate Cake

    According to Frechman, hypothyroidism can cause the body’s metabolism to slow down.
    That means that if you’re not careful, it’s easy to gain weight.
    “You should avoid foods that have a lot of sugar in them since they have a lot of calories but no nutrition,” she explains.
    It’s advisable to limit your sugar intake or try to eliminate it entirely from your diet.

    People with hypothyroidism should avoid processed foods since they contain a lot of sodium.
    6. Packaged Processed Foods and the Frozen Foods Section

    People with hypothyroidism should avoid processed foods since they contain a lot of sodium.
    7 Beans, legumes, and vegetables have a lot of fibre.

    Adults under 50 years old should consume 25 to 38 grammes of fibre each day.
    Increased dietary fibre intake from whole grains, vegetables, fruits, beans, and legumes can influence your digestive tract and interfere with thyroid hormone replacement medicine absorption.

    Ask your doctor if you need a larger dose of thyroid medication if you eat a high-fiber diet.
    If you aren’t absorbing enough medication, your maintenance dose may need to be increased.

    9 Alcohol Has a Negative Effect on Your Thyroid
    The Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism published a study on the subject. Alcohol use can have a negative impact on thyroid hormone levels in the body as well as the thyroid’s ability to make hormone. Alcohol appears to be toxic to the thyroid gland and inhibits the body’s ability to utilise thyroid hormone. People with hypothyroidism should either abstain from alcohol entirely or drink in moderation.

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