Ask your doctor to answer your dietary questions about hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

Today, I’d like to talk to you about the diet of hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.

I. Hypothyroidism

Can I eat seafood for hypothyroidism? And cabbage?

Doctor:If hypothyroidism is caused by iodine deficiency, seafood can be eaten. If Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is caused, eat less seafood; If accompanied by goiter, eat less cabbage.

Can hypothyroidism eat shrimps?

Doctor:Shrimp can be eaten for hypothyroidism, and don’t eat too many sea shrimps, such as Metapenaeus metapenaeus, Pipa shrimps and river shrimps, which are completely edible.

Can hypothyroidism eat laver, kelp and shrimp?

Doctor:If it is Hashimoto’s thyroiditis caused hypothyroidism, kelp laver shrimp eat less, fresh water shrimp can eat. Also pay attention to greasy fried, high-fat food eat less.

Can hypothyroidism eat preserved fish, preserved meat and pickled vegetables?

Doctor:Hypothyroidism patients are easy to cause edema, eat less pickled products, and eat a light diet.

II. Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

Hashimoto thyroid which can eat which can not eat more?

Doctor:Hashimoto’s thyroiditis generally suggests a low iodine diet, less seafood, and other diets are the same as those of normal people.

Can Hashimoto’s thyroiditis drink red wine and beer?

Doctor:Hashimoto’s thyroiditis can drink alcohol, but long-term drinking is harmful to health, so don’t drink too much.

Come on, can Hashimoto still eat seafood?

Doctor:Seafood should try to choose hairtail, cuttlefish and small yellow croaker with less iodine.

Normal thyroid function during pregnancy and hyperthyroidism six months after delivery do not exclude postpartum thyroiditis. What should be paid attention to during lactation and diet.

Doctor:During lactation, you need to provide iodine for your baby. You don’t need iodine ban diet, just eat normally, but don’t eat high iodine foods such as laver and kelp. Pay attention to monitoring thyroid function.