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Your thyroid needs iodine to work well, get enough from iodized table salt, fish, shrimp, and seaweeds. Thyroid needs magnesium also - spinach, lettuce, and other leafy greens are great sources of magnesium. Also cashews, almonds, and pumpkin seeds are another excellent source of magnesium.
Mayb you have an allergy. You need to run blood, urine and stool tests coupled with an examination, you vil get the exact treatment. Its hard to tell without seeing your problem. Anyways, avoid fresh cow milk, egg, nuts of all forms, shrimp, prawn, mackerel.
M.sc in dietetics and community nutrittion management
If you take proper nutrition from foods you do not need medication.Include more dark green leafy vegetables,meat,liver,shrimp,dairy products,mint,celery,oats,beet,apple,citrus fruits,seeds,almond,walnut,dry fruits,cucumber,asparagus,soy,oyester etc with your diet.
hi,you should eat healthy and iron containing food
Some good iron-based foods are liver, red meat, shrimp, tofu, spinach, almonds, dates, lentils, fortified breakfast cereals, almonds, oysters and asparagus.
You can also take an iron supplement. Consult your doctor for the correct dosage as high doses of iron can be harmful to your body.
Sources of omega3 fatty acid
a) flax seed/flaxseed oil, soybean/soybean oil/soy milk
b) walnut, egg, fish, sea fish like sardine salmon/shrimps/crabs, c) fish oil (liquid/capsule-one capsule daily),
d) cauliflower, dark green leafy vegetables, spinach,
Looks like you have urticaria. First of all, do not scrub. You need to get your blood and urine tested. Avoid food from bakery. Get yourself dewormed. Avoid shrimps, mackerel, tuna. Stay away from lemon amd mango food items. Visit your local dermatologist.
Similar stories have been circulating since long time, but no case report has been filed, no investigation with laboratory analysis of the case has been recorded, and with large quantities of shrimp being eaten on every continent by people taking every sort of vitamin supplement that you can imagine, we would have seen reports of investigations, alerts, and alarms.
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foods that are high in vitamin D.
Salmon. Salmon is a popular fatty fish and a great source of vitamin D. ...
Herring and Sardines. Herring is a fish eaten around the world. ...
Cod Liver Oil. Cod liver oil is a popular supplement. ...
Canned Tuna. ...
Egg Yolks. ...