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Tips to Stay Hydrated:
1. Drink enough water
2. Eat a lot of fruits and veggies
3. Consume pink Himalayan or Celtic sea salt
4. Get moving!
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How is either of those salts good for your thyroid? Celtic salt contains 3 different magnesium compounds which is good for cell hydration but one of the compounds contains bromide and another contains chloride which the thyroid will try to use in place of iodine to make the T compounds if it cannot find iodine. That is not good at all and is why those salts have a warning about iodine intake.
Also, celery has one of the highest concentrations of nitrates of any source so how is drinking a lot of celery juice good for you? Adding a couple of stalks of celery to a juice mix is good but I would not want to concentrate it.
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Hi would you have any tips on any foods that could possibly help keep hydrated, I have serve S.B syndrome
150cm of small bowel in total, no colon
Any tips would be a great help
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