The thyroid gland produces two primary hormones – thyroxine (also referred to as T4) and tri-iodothyronine (also referred to as T3). Iodine is an essential nutrient required for the production of these hormones and humans need about 150 mcg (millionths of a gram) a day. Avoid iodised salt as this is a different and toxic form of the iodine we need.
If your thyroid hormones are on the low side, checkout these ways to balance them.
Add the foods under the guidance of a health professional if you’re on thyroid medication.
Foods – sea veggies, Himalayan salt, cranberries, organic yoghurt, navy beans, potatoes and strawberries.