Answer: hello.. dear for thyroid maintain good diet and follow your doctor medications...
Our thyroid plays a huge role in metabolism. Alongside insulin and cortisol, thyroid hormones are a driving factor behind metabolic rate and weight management. However, a lack of iodine is rarely the cause of hypothyroidism . Navy beans, potatoes, eggs, cow’s milk and iodised salt are great food sources of iodine.
Avoid brussels sprouts, broccoli, bok choy, cauliflower, cabbage, kale and more.
wheat that is not well-digested by around 6% of people so avoid that.
Foods rich in iodine such as iodised salt, seafood, potatoes, eggs and navy beans.
Cruciferous vegetables in reasonable amounts, as long as they are cooked well.
A diet high in protein, which helps to curb appetite and keep you feeling full. That includes dairy foods, eggs, legumes and seafood.
prolactin levels high in pregnancy is due to high level of thyroid, so trust and follow your doctor suggestion..