Volume : 10, Issue : 11, November – 2023
A REVIEW OF NUTRITIONAL FACTORS IN FUNCTIONAL FOODS FOR HYPOTHYROIDISM THERAPEUTIC.
Miss. Avuluri Pravallika, Mr. V. S. Chandrasekaran*, Dr. M. Kishore Babu
This comprehensive review explores the intricate relationship between thyroid hormones especially in the context of Hashimoto’s disease (HT) and various factors including genetics. Environmental influences micronutrients and dietary habits. The role of nutrients in managing thyroid conditions is pivotal for maintaining optimal thyroid function and overall health. The nutrients include iodine, selenium, zinc, iron, vitamins A and D, and omega-3 fatty acids, proper intake of these nutrients is essential for the synthesis of thyroid hormones and, the protection of the immune response. Additionally, the article provides practical dietary recommendations for individuals with HT. However, it is equally important for thyroid patients to be mindful of potential interactions between the nutrients and their medications this abstract also underscores the significance of a balanced and nutrient-rich diet in conjunction with medical treatment to effectively manage thyroid disorders and promote overall well-being.
Keywords: Thyroid, Hashimoto Thyroiditis, Micronutrients, Nutritional diet.
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Please cite this article in press Avuluri Pravallika et al, A Review Of Nutritional Factors In Functional Foods For Hypothyroidism Therapeutic, Indo Am. J. P. Sci, 2023; 10 (11).
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