Yes, you can.

There are plenty of conflicting information on nutrition and thyroid disorders, however there is no specific diet that is helpful in treating (or preventing) thyroid disorders.

With or without a thyroid disorder, to be as healthy as possible it is simply important to eat a healthy and balanced diet.

Such a diet consist of real, unprocessed (and minimally processed) whole foods. Your diet also needs to be low in saturated fat (but please don’t be afraid of heathy unsaturated fats), high in fibre and contain adequate amounts of protein from good quality sources. It also should include plenty of non-starchy vegetables and some fruits (such as berries).

Foods such as these will keep your body functioning well and are healthier than processed alternatives.

Purition is just that – real food made only using whole food ingredients such as nuts and seeds, without anything artificial at all!

If you are being treated for a thyroid disorder, you will know that supplementation must be done with extreme caution and with medical supervision only.

You can rest assured though as Purition is not a supplement and therefore it does not contain megadoses of synthetic vitamins and minerals that you would need to be careful of.  -it contains only nutrients, vitamins and minerals that are naturally present in the whole food ingredients, and nothing in excess.

So, Purition is suitable for most people and can be a great addition to a healthy and balanced diet.

However, if you have a medical diagnosis of thyroid disorder (such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism) and are taking medication such as levothyroxine, liothyronine or thionamides such as carbimazole to manage the condition, please consult your healthcare professional/dietitian before making any changes to your diet and/or embarking on a weight loss journey.

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Article written by Barbara Usak - ANutr (Registered Associate Nutritionist)