Recipe to help combat the effects of hypothyroidism

Did you know that despite its small size, the thyroid gland affects nearly every cell, tissue and organ in the body? This is why a properly functioning thyroid is so important. Surprisingly, an estimated 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease, and yet, 60 percent are unaware that they have such a condition, according to the American Thyroid Association.
One major type of thyroid disease is hypothyroidism, in which the thyroid produces too little hormone. When this happens, you may experience such symptoms as muscle cramps, constipation, weight gain, fatigue and memory loss. You may also experience hair loss, dry skin, cold intolerance, low libido, depression and general weakness.
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To combat hypothyroidism, here's how to make a home remedy tea:
Full recipe: Thyroid tea recipe
According to Endocrine Web, cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, kale, and cauliflower, as well as vitamin D- and omega-3-rich foods like salmon and olive oil can help ease hypothyroid symptoms. The best thing you can do for your body is to put good things into it. When you have hypothyroidism, taking a little bit of extra care can make the difference between a symptom-free day and one that hurts all over.
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Please note, natural remedies should not replace your physician-recommended treatment. Talk to your doctor before adopting any major changes to your diet or daily routine.

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