PUMPKIN PROTEIN POWDER: Thyroid and Gut Health Protein Powder (Helps with both Diarrhea and Constipation)

$ 48.95



Pumpkin Protein Powder

Thyroid and Gut Health Protein Powder

16 oz.

Thyroid-Specific Benefits
One of the greatest attributes of pumpkins, aside from its stunning color, is the impressive number of thyroid supporting nutrients it contains. Those with a thyroid condition may benefit from increasing their intake many nutrients that are often deficient among thyroid patients. Sadly, nutrient deficiencies in thyroid patients are often overlooked by doctors. Therefore, ensuring that one acquires all the nutrients they need is important. 
Cold, Flu & Virus
Pumpkins can ward off colds and help boost our immune system. The seeds and pulp of the pumpkin are rich in vitamin C and beta-carotene. Along with other nutrients like vitamin E, zinc and fatty acids including omega-3, these boost the immune system.   Pumpkin seeds are full of zinc, which helps white blood cells fight off illness.
Pumpkins are a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals and fiber, making them one of the most beneficial foods on the planet. These bright orange squash contains impressive amounts of the following nutrients:
  • Vitamin C
  • Riboflavin
  • Potassium
  • Copper
  • Manganese
Additionally, there are other healthful substances to be found in smaller amounts while still having a positive impact on one’s health. The following nutrients can also be found in pumpkins:
  • Vitamin E
  • Thiamin
  • Niacin
  • Vitamin B6
  • Iron
  • Magnesium
  • Phosphorus
Pumpkin can aid in the treatment and prevention of constipation in humans and pets. The significant amount of fiber found in some types of pumpkin makes it a healthy choice if you want to avoid or manage constipation.  It also helps stop diarrhea.
Vitamin A
Vitamin A is a fat-soluble substance that positively influences cellular hormone receptivity. If a thyroid patient’s  to hormones, particular T3, widespread dysfunction can occur. Inadequate levels of Vitamin A can cause one to experience poor metabolic function and other thyroid-related symptoms even if the body is producing appropriate amounts of T3.
Fortunately, pumpkins provide a wealth of Vitamin A. The bright orange color found in pumpkins not only offers an appealing  it also signifies the presence of alpha-carotene. This substance significantly boosts antioxidants and may combat heart disease, cancer, and degenerative effects of aging. Alpha-carotene also converts into a form of Vitamin A known as retinol, which supports healthy vision and immune function. It is theorized that the impressive number of antioxidants found in pumpkin and its seeds may be the main cause of its associated health benefits. The vitamin A found in pumpkin may also support greater hormone receptivity.
Vitamin C
Iodine is a critical part of  without Vitamin C, one may be incapable of properly utilizing it. In order to reach the thyroid, iodine must pass through a sort of gate or doorway that is regulated by both Vitamins B2 and C. Thyroid patients who have a Vitamin C deficiency may experience poor metabolic function due to inhibited transport and utilization of iodine. The impressive amount of Vitamin C found in pumpkin can help resolve a deficiency in this area thereby improving iodine usage. Vitamin C is also well-recognized for its ability to improve immune function while also supporting cardiovascular health.
In the United States, it is estimated that about 79% of adults do not get the recommended daily intake of Magnesium. This is a serious problem because magnesium is a critical part of thyroid function. If one experiences a deficiency in this area, widespread dysfunction can occur.
As a necessary portion of multiple enzymes needed for the creation of T4, it is important to maintain proper magnesium levels. Magnesium is also needed for  of T4 to T3  it an even more impactful substance regarding thyroid health and function. Reduced magnesium levels  the risk of goiter, enlarged thyroid and may cause hypothyroid symptoms such as low energy, poor sleep quality, headache, and difficulty thinking clearly.
In addition to being magnesium is needed for over 600 chemical reactions in the body. These involve blood pressure regulation, supporting heart health, strengthening and forming bones, regulating blood sugar, and more. Acquiring enough magnesium through one’s diet can be  by adding pumpkin they can add a substantial amount in a tasty way.
What Else Does Thyroid Protein Powder Offer?
In addition to the many thyroid-specific benefits, there are other more general attributes to be enjoyed.   weight loss, the presence of tryptophan in pumpkin and pumpkin seeds may help improve sleep quality, and perhaps most surprising of all is that pumpkin and pumpkin seed consumption can reduce one’s risk of developing certain cancers.  
Among their many health benefits, they contain many nutrients including, zinc, manganese, fiber, essential fatty acids and antioxidants. Three studies on the seeds are of note for women.
First: Pumpkin improved overactive bladder symptoms in women (and men). Forty-five men and women were given 10 g/day of pumpkin seed oil for 12 weeks. The degree of overactive bladder symptoms were reduced significantly including daytime frequency, nighttime frequency, urgency, and urgency incontinence.
Second: A population based case control study in German post menopausal women evaluated the association of phytoestrogen-rich foods and dietary lignans with breast cancer risk. Dietary data were collected from breast cancer patients and women without breast cancer. High and low consumption of pumpkin seeds were associated with significantly reduced breast cancer risk compared to no consumption. These observed associations were seen whether estrogen receptor positive or estrogen receptor negative breast cancer.
Third: A 12-week study in 35 postmenopausal women found that pumpkin reduced diastolic blood pressure (the bottom number of a reading) by 7% and increased “good” HDL cholesterol levels by 16% after taking 2gm/day. There was also a significant improvement in the menopausal symptom scores specifically with a decrease in severity of hot flushes, less headaches and less joint pains.
Protein Powder provides a certified -free vegetable source of whole food protein.  Protein Powder offers 40 servings per container and does not contain additives, dairy, egg, fillers, flavors, nuts, preservatives, soy, sugars, wheat or yeast. Pumpkin Protein contains all 18 amino the 10 essential amino acids. With over 60% protein, Protein Powder has a great biological value and is highly digestible. This product is suitable for vegan and vegetarian diets. Protein Powder provides a certified  free vegetable source of whole food protein. PP offers 40 servings per container and does not contain additives, dairy, egg, fillers, flavors, nuts, preservatives, soy, sugars, wheat or yeast. PP contains all 18 amino  the 10 essential amino acids. With over 60% protein, PP has a great biological value and is highly digestible. This product is suitable for vegan and vegetarian diets.
Ingredients:  Organic Pumpkin Seed and Pumpkin Fruit Powders
Dietary Considerations
  • Dairy/ Milk Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian
  • Organic
  • Soy Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Preservative Free
  • Vegan
Contains NO:  additives, bleaching agents, dairy, fillers soy or sugars.

A good source of favorable plant sterols.

Suggested Use:

  1. Smoothies
  2. Yogurt
  3. Baked Goods
  4. Sauces.


  • Gluten Free
  • Soy Free
  • Dairy Free
  • GMO free