What Foods Can And Should Be Challenged In Patients With Non Toxic Toxic Goitre?
Hello doctor, sorry doctor I ask again. The doctor for a while I have not checked myself into a surgeon. There are a few things I want to ask 1. Are dietary restrictions, excitement, drinks and fruits for patients with non toxic toxic goitre? 2. What fruits, vegetables, drinks or foods are good for people with struma nodusa? 3. Why do I feel like there is a lump in the throat, like there is saliva or sputum that stuck. The mouth also feels bitter and tasteless, sometimes the mouth is like a hot and sour sensation. Sorry, the doctor asked too many questions. Thanks in advance.
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Non toxic toxic nodosa is enlargement of the thyroid gland located in the lower front of the neck without any signs of excess thyroid hormone. This enlargement can suppress the surrounding structures such as the esophagus, airway and blood vessels, which can cause coughing, difficulty swallowing and a lump. Even though they experience swallowing disorders, patients are encouraged to continue eating nutritious foods so that thyroid disease does not get worse.
Foods that are recommended for consumption by people with thyroid disorders are those that contain:
Iron, such as beans, cereals, and seeds
Antioxidants (beta carotene, vitamin C, and Vitamin E), such as apples, pears, grapes, oranges, bananas, mangoes, pineapples, papayas, strawberries, broccoli, asparagus, tomatoes, red cabbage, red yams, pecans, walnuts, and almonds.
Vitamin D, such as cereals, fish and mushrooms
Calcium, like milk, broccoli, spinach, beans, and fish
As for food restrictions in patients with thyroid disorders, such as alcoholic drinks and caffeinated, high fat foods (for example fast food), foods high in sugar, and red meat.
In addition to considering nutrition issues, further treatment is also very important to plan. I advise you to consult directly with a surgeon for a thorough examination so that treatment can be given according to your diagnosis before complications begin to appear.
Thus the information from me, hopefully can help you.