Did You Know You Can Heal Your Thyroid With Coconut Oil? Just Simple Do This


In today's world many people suffer from symptoms like weight gain, loss of libido, ringing in the ears hair loss, brittle nails, constipation, fatigue, sensitivity to cold, headaches, insomnia, dry skin, cold hands and feet, frequent infections, dizziness, hoarse voice,  and joint aches.

Nearly 65% of the American population is overweight, 27% is clinically obese.  It has been scientifically shown that the underlying cause of weight issues, particularly among women, is an underactive thyroid.
Since coconut oil is saturated and very stable fat, the body is not hampered with oxidative stress.  Unlike vegetable oils, it doesn’t require the enzyme stress, preventing T4 to T3 hormone conversion.  Being stable oil is not the only reason for this, though.  It is processed differently in the body and doesn’t need to be broken down with assistance of enzyme-dependent processes.
In addition to this, given that the liver is the place where damage from oxidized and rancid oils as well as a conversion of T4 to T3 occurs, removing long-chain fats from the diet and swapping them from medium-chain fats found in coconut oil, may eventually help rebuild cell membranes and increase enzyme production.
Although further research on the topic needs to be done, people replacing polyunsaturated oils with coconut oil are reporting many positive effects. For instance, Donna  and Sharon have undergone notable improvements in her thyroid health.

Tips on How to Nourish Your Thyroid

  • Eat healthy oils like coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil, and butter
  • Avoid commercial salad dressings which are packed with unhealthy fats and prepare your own instead
  • Eat iodine-rich foods like black seaweed, kelp powder, kombu, and smaller coldwater fish
  • Supplement with zinc, selenium, B vitamins, vitamin C, and vitamin E
  • Juice cranberries and radishes on a regular basis
  • Limit exposure to mercury and fluoride
  • Exercise

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