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This is a 22 year female with weight 72 kg and height 4 feet 10 inches having tsh value 17.432 would like to know about a simple diet plan and simple foods available  on daily basis to reduce hypothyroid.Already having tiredness,bloating and body pains and also living in hostel
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firstly try to make your own food . if it is not possibel then try to take less oil. because according to your BMI your weight is high. may be it because of your thyroid. some kinds of food you should avoid as a thyroid paitent. for more details you can contact with me through practo
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Please ask me directly for personalized diet plan for you.
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Yes mam.. Surely it can be reduced
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please connect with me through practo for further personalized diet plan
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Healthy afternoon, If you have hypothyroidism, you may benefit from eliminating gluten, processed foods and other foods that may trigger your immune system and cause inflammation. Some nutrients are important such as : Iodine Selenium: Brazil nuts, tuna, sardines, eggs and legumes Zinc Other important nutrients: Vitamin D Vitamin B-12 Magnesium Iron Iron Other nutrients important for people with hypothyroidism vitamin A, folate, calcium and protein.
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Gud mrng pls connect through practo app.
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Hi, Avoid cruciferous items in your diet, as your Thyroid level is higher in range, you should also need to go for further tests too, First do that then take a call with the dietitian to plan further.
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Please connect over a consultantion As wr can only able to provide you general guidelines that works or maybe not work for you
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