Does Ketosis Cause Hypothyroidism?
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hi guys I have another question for you does ketosis cause hypothyroidism I hear that a lot no it doesn’t it’s not the low carbohydrates that cause a slow thyroid it is a low calorie diet that will do that why because when you start cutting calories you put a lot of stress on the endocrine system especially because you’re not getting enough nutrients yes you’re running your body on fat possibly but you’re depriving yourself of nutrients and the thing about a weak endocrine gland is it’s very sensitive to nutritional deficiencies it’s still not healed it’s not robust enough so you’re not constantly consuming especially the minerals and because the thyroid gland is it’s a situation where you have very slow metabolism that means the uptake of nutrients is low already because you don’t have the intracellular enzymes to start to metabolize so basically when you go in a ketosis diet your hunger goes way way down and some people just don’t eat very frequently and the problem is they don’t get the nutrition so if you’re going to do this and you have a hypothyroid state just to prevent it start taking more minerals start taking sea kelp iodine selenium certain nutritional things and make sure you’re eating enough just the right things okay so it’s nothing about the low-calorie diet that will destroy the thyroid it’s basically you’re just you’re cutting your calories too low and you’re cutting the nutrients too low alright thanks for watching hey guys thank you so much for watching please click the subscribe button and I will see you in the next video
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Dr. Berg answers the question, does ketosis cause hypothyroidism. The short answer is no, a low calorie, on the other hand can inhibit thyroid function. But ketosis in itself does not cause a slow thyroid.
Hi guys I have another question for you. Does ketosis cause hypothyroidism? No, it doesn’t. It’s not the low carbohydrates that cause a slow thyroid. It is a low calorie diet that will do that because when you start cutting calories, you put a lot of stress in the endocrine system especially because you are not getting enough nutrients. Yes, you are running your body on fat possibly, but you are depriving yourself with nutrients and think about a weak endocrine gland is very sensitive to nutritional deficiencies, it is still not healed and not robust enough. If you are not constantly consuming especially the minerals, because thyroid gland is a situation where you have very slow metabolism that means that the uptake of nutrients is low already because you don’t have the intracellular enzymes to start to metabolize. When you go into a ketosis diet your hunger goes way down and some people just don’t eat very frequently and the problem is that they don’t get the nutrition. If you are going to do this and you have a hypothyroid state just to prevent it, start taking more minerals, sea kelp, iodine, selenium and certain nutritional things and make sure that you are eating enough just the right things. It is nothing about low calorie diet that will destroy the thyroid, it is basically just you are cutting your calories and nutrients too low.
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