Thyroid Care

Program Description :

    Your thyroid has an important job to do within your body — releasing and controlling thyroid hormones that control metabolism. Thyroid disease is a general term for a medical condition that keeps your thyroid from making the right amount of hormones. The most two common types of thyroid disorders include Hypothyroidism & Hyperthyroidism.

    Lifestyle changes that we recommend in this program are about creating healthy eating habits which does not happen over-night and hence do not expect miracles in a week or months’ time. You may not get completely cured of Thyroid but we can definitely help you keep your thyroid levels in range through our diet plans and the knowledge we share with you.

Thyroid care by The Diet Therapy program

Exclusive Program Features:

  • Thyroid Management + Correction of nutrition status.
  • Video / In-Clinic consultation with Dt Shweta.
  • Check up With Jr. Clinical Dietitian Every 5th day.
  • Follow up Consultation with Dietitian Shweta Every 10th day.
  • Customized diet & Lifestyle plans.
  • Support: Monday to Saturday from 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM on WhatsApp, Phone & Email.

Discover how to use the right foods in the right combinations to support your thyroid.

The thyroid gland generates thyroid hormone that regulates various bodily processes, including how quickly you lose calories and how quickly your heart pumps. Thyroid disorders result in either overproduction or underproduction of the hormone. You may experience frequent feelings of fatigue or agitation, or you may lose or put on weight based on the quantity of hormone your thyroid produces.

Your whole body can be affected if your thyroid is not functioning correctly. Hyperthyroidism is a condition that can arise from an overproduction of thyroid hormones in the body. Hypothyroidism is a condition in which your body produces insufficient thyroid hormone. Both illnesses are dangerous and require medical attention from your doctor.

Thyroid Disease Symptoms

If you feel thyroid illness, you may suffer several symptoms. Sadly, The symptoms of thyroid problems sometimes closely match those of other conditions and phases of life. Determining whether your symptoms are due to a thyroid problem or something entirely distinct may be challenging.

Most of the time, the signs and symptoms of thyroid problems can be separated into two categories: those caused by excessive thyroid hormone (hyperthyroidism) and those caused by insufficient thyroid hormone (hypothyroidism).

Hyperthyroidism symptoms include:

  • Experiencing anxiousness, anxiety, and irritation.
  • Unable to sleep.
  • Shedding pounds.
  • Experiencing shivers and tiredness in the muscles.
  • Abnormal periods or discontinuation of monthly cycle.
  • Afflicted with a goitre or a swollen thyroid gland.
  • Feeling heat-sensitive.
  • Experiencing vision problems or irritation in the eyes.

Hypothyroidism symptoms include:

  • Fatigue.
  • Putting on weight.
  • Experiencing memory loss.
  • Having dry, coarse hair.
  • Having regular, heavy periods.
  • Experiencing a sensitivity to chilly temperatures.
  • Being hoarse or voiceless.

Thyroid Treatment by Dr. Shweta Shah Panchal, a Dietician for Thyroid

How can Diet Therapy help manage thyroid conditions?

Our thyroid care program can help you stop using long-term medication and lower your risk of developing additional thyroid-related illnesses by helping you comprehend the state of your thyroid problems. In addition to offering personalised care and consulting with a thyroid diet chart, we also offer Lifestyle Modifications.

Things that we consider before starting the program

  • By understanding your T3, T4, TSH & few more test results, we will get a better picture of how your thyroid is functioning and whether or not there are any issues that need to be addressed related to thyroid function.
  • It's important to take a closer look at your current medications, vitamins and supplements in order to get a more well-rounded understanding of your overall health situation. By doing this, you can identify any potential gaps in your care and make necessary changes to ensure that you're getting the most comprehensive care possible.
  • Make sure that you're getting all the nutrients and vitamins you need so that you don't become deficient in any essential nutrients.
  • It's important to provide follow-up sessions to help monitor blood work and lifestyle management. This will help ensure that your health is on track and that you're making the necessary changes to maintain your health.
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