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Diet plan and medication for hypothyroid - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Thyroid Problem and Hormonal Problems
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   tell me now about the diet
User :   ya sure
Doctor :   i have given all advice regarding ear pain
User :   ya
Doctor :   now will advice on diet in hypothyroid
User :   i have given moxikind 150 to her
User :   ok
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   thats good
Doctor :   Overall diet should contain high protein (whole grain cereals), vitamins and minerals, moderate carbohydrate content, and less fat
Doctor :   Take plenty of water 10 รข?? 12 glasses of water
User :   ya
Doctor :   is she vegetarian or non vegetarian
User :   can she take nutrisan tab?
Doctor :   ok

Doctor :   is she veg or non veg
Doctor :   please mention it
Doctor :   she can take Nutrisan tablets its good for her
Doctor :   Iodine rich sea foods- oily fish, crab, and cod liver oil tablets
Doctor :   Diet rich in green leafy veg (palak, methi, AAAAAAA spinach, cucumber, and others) and others vegetables
Doctor :   Fruits (papaya, banana, mangoes, apple, chickoo, and others)
Doctor :   Diet rich in selenium is very good for hypothyroid state (whole wheat bread, brazil nuts, onions, tomatoes).

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