Home Remedies For Hypothyroidism: Natural Cure Approach

Dealing with illness the natural way is far better for your body in the long run. By making sure that you following a few simple home remedies for hypothyroidism, you will be able to keep your hypothyroidism under control. Through diet and exercise, not prescribed medication, you can lead a much healthier lifestyle!

Here are some natural remedies that will keep your hypothyroidism in check:

· Coconut Oil - Coconut oil contains medium-chain fatty acids that help improve thyroid functioning. It will also stimulate metabolism and boost energy. Plus, it will help raise the basal body temperature which is important for those dealing with low thyroid function. Use coconut oil for cooking. Always use extra-virgin organic coconut cooking oil. You can also add two tablespoons of coconut oil to milk and drink it in the morning along with your breakfast every day. You can also add it to your smoothies.

· Kelp - Kelp is a brown seaweed rich in iodine and other minerals. It is useful for those suffering from hypothyroidism due to iodine deficiency. However, this remedy is not recommended for those suffering from autoimmune thyroid problems or else it may worsen the condition. So, do consult your doctor before taking kelp supplements to check if it is suitable for you and find the correct dosage specific to your condition.

· Apple Cider Vinegar - Apple cider vinegar may also help deal with this thyroid disorder. It is believed that it aids detoxification, restores acid alkaline balance, facilitates weight loss, and helps regulate hormones and improve their energy metabolism. Apple cider vinegar is also beneficial for other health problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and others.

· Fish Oils - Fish oils are considered good for increasing thyroid hormone uptake and maintaining healthy thyroid function. Being rich in omega 3 fatty acids, they also fight inflammation and increase immunity. Take fish oil supplements after consulting your doctor, especially if you are taking blood thinners. The general dosage is up to 3 grams per day.

· Vitamin D - Vitamin D deficiency has been associated with several autoimmune diseases, including thyroid disease. Exposure to early sunshine is a good way to generate the vitamin D required by the body. So, expose your body to early morning sunrays for about 15 minutes daily. This will also help maintain healthy immune function and calcium metabolism.

· Ginger - Ginger is a good source of zinc, magnesium and potassium, and its powerful anti-inflammatory properties can help improve thyroid functioning. Fresh ginger root slices can be added to soups and other dishes. Another option is to drink a two or three cups of hot ginger tea. To make this herbal tea, add some fresh ginger slices to a cup of boiling water. Steep for five minutes, and then add some honey to it.


Go for a walk ….

Those suffering from hypothyroidism can make it a habit to wake up in the morning and do some healthy exercises (stimulates the thyroid gland), such as walking outdoors. You’ll get the early sunshine as well as benefit from the physical exercise.

If you are in doubt as to whether you are indeed suffering from hypothyroidism then contact Dr Alain Sanua. Dr Alain Sanua, after a thorough consultation, will prescribe natural medication for you. Taking a holistic approach to healing allows Dr Alain Sanua to cure not only the body but the mind too. To find out more about the natural treatments on offer through Dr Alain Sanua, visit his website


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