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Hi, Recently my TSH level has got increased to 9. I have consulted with my physician and taking thyronorm 12.5 mcg every morning. What type of diet plan can help me to tackle this TSH problem? I do not have any TSH related case in my family. My sugar levels are borderline high.

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no cabbage, broccoli , no radish, mustard, turnip, soya, no fatty / fast / spicy / processed food.less tea / coffee. . take more water less mobile phone
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You have to increase your thyronorm as per advise of your doctor. You should avoid vegetables of cruciferous family like cabbage, brocooli,cauliflower etc. Regarding borderline diabetes you should try to control it with diet restrictions and regular exercise like walking, yoga etc. And regular monitoring your blood sugar.
Everyone has different lifestyle and body. You need customized diet plan along with proper workout schedule. Mean while few tips for you are- start eating small frequent meals and don't skip any meals specially breakfast. Include whole grains and use atta with bran take high fibre diet which include lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. Drink atleast 10-12 glasses of water. Avoid drinking calories in form of juices and carbonated drinks. Avoid eating junk food, fried food and maida products. Try to eat home made food as much as possible. Move yourself use stairs, walk to near by places instead of using any vehicle include at least 45-60 minutes workout in your routine. Take sound sleep of at least 7-8 hours. Quit smoking and drinking if any manage stress keep positive frame toward life appreciate yourself as it is not going to happen overnight. Consult me online for better results.
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