Your dietary choices have a larger impact on your overall well-being than you think.
Your dietary choices have a larger impact on your overall well-being than you think.

What is the Optimal Diet for Preventing Thyroid Cancer?

Your thyroid may be small, but it's one of the most powerful glands in your body. It releases the hormones that control every cell in almost all of your organs, from the heart and brain to the liver and skin. With great power comes great responsibility, and it's your job to make sure your thyroid is always functioning properly. Without proper care, you could develop a thyroid condition, such as hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, thyroid nodules or even cancer.

"You can thrive and do just fine without drug intervention."

Unfortunately, all of these conditions may prompt you to consider drug intervention. The problem with this is the "health experts" have a way of convincing you that vaccinations and prescription drugs are the only option, when in all reality, you can thrive and just do fine without them. When God created the human body, he designed it with the ability to cure itself, not rely on foreign chemicals to treat the issues. As long as you're fueling your body with the necessary vitamins and nutrients, you'll be less likely to develop thyroid issues.

Your dietary choices have a larger impact on your overall well-being than you'd expect. Read on to learn about how an optimal diet is key for preventing thyroid cancer and avoiding other chronic conditions:

The Importance of Iodine
Iodine has a large impact on the thyroid gland. In fact, research conducted by our own health expert Michael Donaldson, PhD., stated that the thyroid cannot function properly without an appropriate daily dose of iodine. Its primary role is to create hormones. But it also attaches amino acid residues to proteins, forms iodolipids and raises the total antioxidant capacity in the body.

So how can you ensure your iodine intake is sufficient? Unfortunately, land vegetables and soil have very little iodine content. Sea vegetables, on the other hand, contain generous amounts of the element due to the high concentration of iodine in the water they thrive in. Consume more sea kale, seaweed and spirulina to naturally increase your iodine intake. 

Kale is an excellent natural source of iodine.Kale is an excellent natural source of iodine.

Follow the Hallelujah Diet
We believe a low-glycemic, high-fiber diet is the one of the easiest ways to improve your thyroid function. That's why we recommend following the Hallelujah Diet. Berries, avocados, Brussels sprouts, beans, lentils and nuts are excellent choices that are loaded with fiber. Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, such as walnuts, chia seeds, flaxseeds and hemp seeds can also help maintain a healthy thyroid gland. Besides incorporating these foods into your everyday diet, you may also consider supplements.

You've learned that iodine is essential for proper thyroid function, so we recommend taking Hallelujah Diet Nascent Iodine. With this supplement, your thyroid and every other gland in the body will be healthy. It also assists with cell detoxification and supports a strong immune system. As long as you're following our primarily-raw, plant-based diet, you only need 1 to 3 milligrams of iodine per day.

Supplements such as vitamin C, selenium, magnesium and vitamins B2 and B3 are also recommended for preventing thyroid cancer.

Every gland and organ in your body relies on you for the fuel it needs to live a long and healthy life. Whether you're looking to boost or restore your health or simply make healthier choices, the Hallelujah Diet can put you on the right path.

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  1. My 16 year old son has the same symptoms that I’ve had when I was hypothyroid. I had a complete thyroidectomy because of thyroid cancer. How much iodine should I give my 16-year-old son? Thank you.

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