Meal Plan for Hypothyroidism

Here is an example of meal plan for hypothyroidism.

6 am:

Breakfast: shake consisting of a cup of mixed berries (organic blueberries, raspberries and blackberries), two cups of purified water, some high quality protein powder, a little flax seed oil, a cup filled with vegetables of green leaf, and every now and then I will add a raw and organic egg.

Adding the raw organic egg is optional for those who find this disgusting.


8am:

Mid-morning snack n. ° 1: ½ cup of organic apples.


10:00 h:

Mid-morning snack # 2: 1/4 cup of raw sunflower or pumpkin seeds.


Noon:

Lunch: grilled chicken salad (with organic chicken, organic romaine lettuce or mixed vegetables).


2:00 pm:

Mid-afternoon snack # 1: ½ cup of organic small carrots or steamed broccoli with garlic and olive oil.


4 pm:

Afternoon snack # 2: Another smoothie.


18:00 pm:

Dinner: chicken, organic turkey or wild salmon, plus one or two servings of mixed vegetables.


7:30 pm:

Snack: 1/4 cup of raw almonds.

Ideally, eat at least 3 to 5 servings of vegetables a day.

If you are not a vegetarian, eating organ meats and bone broth has some health benefits.

Obviously, each person is different, since some people have certain allergies and food intolerances, and if someone is dealing with a leaky gut, they may not be able to eat nuts and seeds, as well as some other foods.

As for your thyroid diet, you should try to eat lots of vegetables, ideally eating twice as many vegetables as fruits.

If you’re not a vegetarian, eating organic chicken and turkey is fine, and some wild fish in moderation are fine too. I mentioned the viscera and bone broth earlier, since these are healthy options.

Some people want to know if they can eat beef and, in most cases, it’s okay to eat a couple servings of organic grass-fed beef per week (and if it’s not organic, make sure they feed on grass ).

The nuts and the raw seeds are fine, although you do not want to exaggerate either. And if you have a leaky gut, you’ll want to avoid all the nuts, seeds and legumes.

Generally, brown or wild rice is fine to eat in moderation, and despite lectins and phytic acid (which is also a problem with nuts and seeds), most people without intestinal problems can eat some beans and lentils.

And if you are concerned about lectins and phytic acid, you can ferment and soak beans, nuts and seeds. Although I just mentioned rice, you will notice that the diet I listed did not include any grain.

While many people can eat some grains, even if this is the case, you really want to minimize grain intake because of the impact they have on blood sugar levels.

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