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Hyperactive Thyroid Recommendations

Hyperactive Thyroid Recommendations

I recently found out I have a hyperactive thyroid. The recommendations online are extensive and confusing. I've decided to just try to go on a vegan diet, but at the same time I'm not sure which fruits and veggies are good and which are bad.

Does anyone have any luck in getting their hyperactive thyroid under control?

Btw, I also have fatty liver, and widespread muscle and joint pain.

A MyLupusTeam Member said:

Love nuts too SLE,
Good to keep them stored in fridge.
Add walnuts to my smoothies every day :)
Salt, I use to love, but makes me bloated now.
I like/eat your healthy food as well,
healthy food, healthy body.
Stay nutty lol.
Bless you all for a great Monday
filled in Gods love for you.
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posted almost 2 years ago
A MyLupusTeam Member said:

The key difference between Graves Disease and hyperthyroidism is that the Graves’ disease is a pathological condition while the hyperthyroidism is a functional abnormality which is a result of an ongoing pathological process.

An increase in the level of free thyroxin hormones is known as the hyperthyroidism. Hyperthyroidism can be due to various causes, and Graves’ disease is one such pathological condition that abnormally increases the thyroxin levels in the body. Graves’ disease is defined as an autoimmune thyroid disorder with an unknown etiology. Ít is a pathological condition that gives rise to hyperthyroidism which is a functional abnormality due to the ongoing pathological process.

Oatmeal
Food with lots of fiber can help your liver work at its best. Want one that's a great way to start your day? Try oatmeal. Research shows it can help you shed some extra pounds and belly fat, which is a good way to keep away liver disease.

*Footnote:
Shrimp is not good for our liver, but great for our thyroid. I love shrimp,
but quit eating it because it made my labs for liver look really cloudy
& not a happy liver at all. Hit & miss, trial & error.

Sending blessings all around.
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posted almost 2 years ago
A MyLupusTeam Member said:

I recommend with all of my heart to go to a specialist because I was told I possibly had Graves’ disease but he didn’t think so my first doctor which I fired because a year later I found out I had Graves’ disease and I ended up needing to take my thyroid out completely and have a surgery by the grace of God you cannot tell either has been done but super serious hyper thyroid can cause many things to go wrong I strongly suggest go to a specialist immediately please for your sack that was horrible and thank god I prayed ever day to help me and to please work through the specialist I was sent to u of m Seeing Dr. Douglas and he was able to help me get through it because it only attacks for so long disease and he also did my surgeries but I believe I was alive I got to go there because that was so horrible also I’m so so sorry to hear that but hey on a good note you can eat the world and not gain a pound hade to through that in there lol much lol and I will pray for you

posted almost 2 years ago
A MyLupusTeam Member said:

SleepyMermaid,
I have flaxseed vits, but found
food is a better way to go. I've
become an ingredients reader freak lol

posted almost 2 years ago
A MyLupusTeam Member said:

Sea salt ftw

posted almost 2 years ago
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