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Radish Juice And Thyroid
Any study done on the raw radish juice (or raphanin) having effects on thyroid function? How much radish juice will be beneficial to my thyroid?
Not to my knowledge: In researching your question i found multiple websites repeating the same claim that radishes/raphanin benefits thyroid by "keeping the production of thyroxine & calcitonin in normal balance" basing this claim on research done in russia, but I have not found a single citation to this research. Radish may help the thyroid, but I am skeptical given the lack of research. And no one knows how much. ...Read more
Russian studies have proven raw radish juice (raphanin) be extremely effective for treating thyroid imbalances. Any similar studies done elsewhere?
Not been aware.: There is no long answer !Get a more detailed answer ›
What do you advise if I'm going to start juicing, but I'm starting to have thyroid problems. should I not juice?
We don't recommend: juicing doesn't fill you up- thus prone to eat more calories, gain weight if you are hypothyroid, weight gin would be additive until treat thyroid ...Read more
Not really known: Juice plus+ has several products, and since they are not medications approved by the fda, juice plus+ products are probably not tested for interactions and side effects like real medicines are. So, that means nobody really knows what side effects there are. If a juice plus+ user hears of some interaction or thinks he is getting a side effect, he can visit his primary care doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am a hypo-thyroid patient and recently started having Amla juice in the morning. So much of hair fall very recently. Could Amala juice causing this?
The hair loss: is from your under active thyroid level - it can occur 6-8 months afterwards and takes months to return to normal after your thyroid is appropriately treated. The Amia jude isn't doing anything good or bad for you except wasting your money. ...Read more
I have thyroid problem and my hair has become very thin and they are falling day by day .Shud I drink amla juice. Or suggest me some other home remedy?
See a doctor: If you have a true thyroid problem, especially one severe enough to cause hair loss, then you need to see your primary doctor and/or endocrinologist. Thyroid supplementation (prescription) will make you feel much better and improve your symptoms. Low thyroid (if very severe) can eventually become life threatening, so don't just try home remedies! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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