Universal. The thyroid problems affect many people, for a while you have heard about this condition, but do you know what impact it has on our health?
According to the National Institutes of Health, thyroid problems come with thyroid hormone production and can "affect breathing, pulse, digestion, body temperature and weight.
Secondly, nutritionist Fernanda Alvarado explains that thyroid problems affect the appearance of hair, nails and skin, in addition to increasing or decreasing the weight.
Symptoms occur when small amounts of the hormone are produced (hypothyroidism) or when production is excessive (hyperthyroidism).
Both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism are associated with weight because, as the American thyroid compound indicates, "thyroid hormones regulate metabolism, in both animals and humans.
FOOD WITH EVERYTHING
The foods we present below are rich in iodine. This helps in the production of thyroid hormones, which, as we have already indicated, in excess or inadequate, causes problems with this gland.
The recommended amounts of iodine depend on its age so you should consult your doctor so according to your age and lifestyle you will tell how much iodine you should eat.
Some of the foods that are source of iodine are:
Our nutrition expert explains that in Mexico the most important source of iodine salt is better known as iodized salt.
These foods can develop hypothyroidism if they are consumed very often and whose cooking is not taken care of. Some of the foods you need to reduce your consumption are:
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Soya and its derivatives like miso or tofu.
Finally, our nutrition expert says it has been seen that green tea infusions also affect thyroid gland, it should be noted that natural green tea does not affect.