In today's Mind Your Health podcast episode, we delve deeply into the complex world of thyroid health. I begin by exploring the genetic aspects of thyroid problems, unraveling how heredity can play a significant role in thyroid disorders. A key focus is on the relationship between thyroid function and weight management.
You will gain insights into how thyroid imbalances can lead to weight gain or loss, and the intricate ways in which thyroid hormones regulate metabolism. I touch on practical food recommendations tailored for optimal thyroid health, emphasizing nutrients that support thyroid function.
Stress management is another critical area we cover, as stress can profoundly impact thyroid health. Of course, this product includes the implications of high thyroid levels, often leading to hyperthyroidism, and conversely, the reasons behind low thyroid levels, which can result in hypothyroidism.
Throughout the episode, you will discover:
🌿 Foundations information of what you need to know about your thyroid as a patient
🌿 How to navigate through your labs and supplement recommendations
🌿 What simple lifestyle changes you can make to improve your thyroid health
This episode is a must-listen for anyone seeking to understand the complexities of thyroid health and how it's interconnected with genetics, diet, stress, and overall wellbeing.
Timestamps to follow along with:
0:00 - 0:49 Intro
0:50 - 2:49 Can thyroid problems have a genetic component?
2:50 - 5:49 Do thyroid disorders affect weight?
5:50 - 7:49 What foods should you eat for thyroid support?
7:50 - 9:00 Understanding thyroid lab values
9:01 - 11:39 Thyroid and adrenal health connection
11:40 - 13:08 How to manage stress for better thyroid health
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