Thyroid Diet Protein Guide 25% Off

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Is Protein Good For Hypothyroidism?

Getting enough high-quality protein in your daily diet is crucial for good thyroid function. According to Dr. Ray Peat, many people are on a diet that does not contain enough high-quality protein. A protein deficiency can lead to hypothyroidism and hormonal disturbances. This protein guide helps you incorporate protein-rich thyroid supporting foods into your daily diet. 

What Causes T4 To T3 Conversion Problems?

The thyroid gland produces two-third T4 and one-third T3. T3 is the active thyroid hormone that works on your cells to increase cellular energy production, whereas T4 is the storage hormone that is turned into T3 when your cells need it. 
The conversion of T4 to T3  takes place mainly in the liver, making the liver extremely important for thyroid function on the cellular level. The liver also has other important functions, including detoxification of estrogen and endotoxins from the intestine. In order to function optimally, the liver needs large amounts of the right types of high-quality protein. This protein guide helps you get enough good protein into your daily diet.
The hypothyroid treatment program provides more information about the liver’s role in the metabolism, and how you can help your liver perform better, with the right food and vitamins.

This protein guide answers the following questions: 

  • How much protein is needed per day?
  • What types of protein is of high quality and which is low quality?
  • What proteins are recommended on a thyroid supporting diet?
  • What are good animal  protein sources
  • What are good vegetable protein sources
  • What is the protein content in recommended high-quality protein-rich foods?


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