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Anti-Inflammatory, High Omega-3 Seafood Breakfast

At MyKetoPal, we chose seafood, in particular fish to play a starring role in our breakfast. Yes, you read right; we’re talking about eating fish for breakfast. Seafood-centric low carb brain-foods are main staples in self-healing focused MyKetoPal breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes. We strongly believe in the

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Thyroid Problems! So What Do We Eat?

Thyroid problems! So what do we eat?   While there’s no such thing as a “hypothyroidism diet” that will make anyone instantly well, eating a well designed ketogenic diet will help boost the effectiveness of the thyroid. MyKetoPal’s ketogenic 180 Food Plan aims to… reduce our excess body fat, stabilize

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The Great “Interferers”

The Great “Interferers” What is TO AVOID EATING in order to manage and cure hypothyroidism?   Soy The hormone estrogen can interfere with our body’s ability to use thyroid hormone. Soy is loaded with plant-based phyto-estrogen, and may increase a person’s risk for hypothyroidism. In MyKetoPal’s ketogenic 180 Food Plan,

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The Goiter Makers

The Goiter Makers   Plant Goitrogens The main job of the thyroid gland is to combine the salt iodine with the amino acid tyrosine to make thyroid hormone. Whenever the thyroid gland has a hard time making enough thyroid hormone, it becomes stressed and grows bigger to

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What Is The Thyroid Gland?

The Thyroid Gland   Our endocrine system is a group of glands in our body that secrete hormones internally -using the bloodstream- that regulate bodily functions such as metabolism, growth and reproduction. Every cell in the body depends upon thyroid hormones for regulation of their metabolism. The thyroid

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Natural Ways of Treating Hypothyroidism

Natural Ways of Treating Hypothyroidism Our first line of defense in treating hypothyroidism is making dietary changes.   Greatly eliminate sugar, including refined carbohydrates like flour, which the body treats like sugar.   Limit your carbohydrate intake to non-starchy vegetables in place of grain-based carbohydrates.   Enjoy proteins from nuts and nut butters, hormone-

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