Hello from ABC Wellness.  Today, we wanted to give you some great information on improving the function of your thyroid and adrenal glands. Perhaps you have been experiencing some symptoms of hypothyroidism or low thyroid like fatigue, weight gain, thinning hair, brittle nails or others.  Perhaps you need or have needed thyroid medicine in the past, but in any case, why not try some natural methods to see how you feel? If you do improve and feel better, there is a good chance your thyroid is functioning sub optimally, and could use some help.  If your thyroid and adrenal issues are slight, perhaps you can be improved to normal functioning, but for many, there is a chance you may still need some form of thyroid or adrenal supplement.  Here are just a few top tips to start improving how your thyroid is working. 1. Avoid foods toxic to the thyroid like Soy. Soybean oil is in almost all your dressings, so go light if you do eat it.  Better yet, if you are into Italian Dressings, try Good Seasons Mix which you make yourself with great life enhancing ingredients – apple cider vinegar and olive oil – both of which do the body good. 2. If you have silver fillings, they contain 50% mercury, which inhibits thyroid function.  Research how to have a holistic dentist remove these safely, usually doing one or two at a time. 3. Try adding coconut oil into your diet – even eat it by itself, a spoonful or more a day.  This is a super food that will help your thyroid, and more.  Tropical Traditions is a great source. It is easy to melt your jar of coconut oil by putting it in a pan of water and warming it up slowly…it can then be used for cooking and baking. It is also fabulous for sautéing vegetables and meats.  You can also add a couple of heaping spoons of coconut oil to oatmeal or other hot cereals, before or after cooking. 4. Exercise helps your thyroid and adrenals.  If you are trying to lose weight, this is a super step to take. 5. Add some kelp, other seaweed or other iodine rich foods to your diet.   According to a recent study, 96% of Michigan residents tested were iodine deficient.  There is a good chance you are too. If you decide to try an iodine supplement, take a small trial dose and work up to whatever works and makes you feel best. 6. It’s a good idea to take 2 to 4 grams of Vitamin C per day, and to take a spoonful or two of fish oil, 900 to 1000 mg of krill oil and/or flax oil to get your Omega 3-6-9 supply in. Want to know more about thyroid and adrenals?  Get informed how Doctors often miss thyroid and adrenal issues, both in the symptoms of thyroid and adrenal disease and in how testing is conducted. For a ton of great information, please visit www.thyroid-adrenal-solutions.com to see a free video entitled “Top 10 Things You Should Know About Thyroid and Adrenals Before Visiting Your Doctor.” Thank-you for reading, Diane Culik, MD ABC Wellness www.abcwellnessnews.com www.alternative-health-secrets.com www.thyroid-adrenal-solutions.com

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