Lithium rich foods

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Research has shown that lithium has clear thyrostatic effects, meaning that it can inhibit the production of thyroid within the thyroid gland. Graves’ Disease is characterized by the overproduction of thyroid hormone in the body, which can be disastrous for your metabolism and many other bodily functions. While long-term lithium use is also linked to hypothyroidism, if you’re suffering Graves’ Disease, this alkali salt can help to balance your levels. Lithium-rich foods include grains, kelp, pistachios, dairy, meat and mustard. Protection Status
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