How to Lower Thyroid Antibodies in 5 Easy Steps

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If you're reading this, you probably have a thyroid issue. Maybe you have even been diagnosed with Hashimoto's or Hypothyroidism. Let's talk about how to decrease thyroid antibodies naturally! 

Hopefully you have had a full thyroid panel done that confirmed the number of antibodies you have present. We are looking at TgAb, or Thyroglobulin antibodies and TPO, or Thyroid peroxidase antibodies. 

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If you have not had a full thyroid panel done, you can order one yourself here and I will interpret the results!

So, I'm here to show you how I personally decreased my thyroid antibodies from abnormal to into a normal range. 

Here's a picture of my lab tests to show you: 

As you can see, my Thyroid Peroxidase antibodies went from 21 to 5! A 75% decrease in just a few months with some simple changes. 

If your antibodies are much higher, don't worry, this method still works! 

 So let's break it down into 5 Easy Steps: 

1) Cut out gluten. This means all normal breads, pastas, pastries, you name it. They have a protein called zonulin, which increases gap junctions, leads to Leaky Gut, and has a molecular structure similar to thyroid tissue. This makes it easy for your body to attack the thyroid tissue. Cut it out and you'll notice great results. 

2) Cut out dairy. Similar to zonulin, dairy has casein that also looks similar to thyroid tissue, making the body attack the thyroid gland. Opt for almond milk, cashew milk, or coconut milk products instead! 

3) Add selenium to your supplement routine. This has been found to improve thyroid antibodies and has been helpful at 200 mcg/day. Be sure to talk with your doctor before adding this in! 

4) Add in bone broth. This helps to heal a leaky gut, which allows food particles and toxins to leak into the bloodstream. It's also filled with healthy electrolytes and amino acids to boost the immune system. 

5) Get enough zinc. Zinc is found in oysters, red meat, chicken, turkey, eggs, beans, chickpeas, cashews and almonds. If you do not these, you may need a supplement as the thyroid needs zinc to function well.  Zinc has also been found to help with autoimmunity issues, such as in Hashimoto's. 

If you need help with learning how to lose weight, gain energy, or improve brain fog, a customized meal plan to meet your specific needs can help you take the guesswork out of your meals and get you faster results including: 

  • weight loss
  • improved thyroid function
  • decreased antibodies
  • more energy
  • improved hair, skin, and nails
  • better digestion
  • and more!

Schedule a 30 minute  call with me here to learn more about my doctor approved meal plans or coaching programs. 

These customized meal plans are gluten free, dairy free, and full of nutrients and thyroid friendly meals. They help my clients lose weight, gain more energy, and live a balanced life

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