Yes. Lemon blocks the antibodies that stimulate the thyroid gland to produce thyroid hormone, hence normalizing an overactive thyroid.
Weight loss, increased appetite, anxiety, irritability, and nervousness, mood changes, difficulty sleeping, feeling hot, sweating, fast heartbeat or pounding heart, fatigue or tiredness, muscle weakness, hand tremor or slight shaking and more frequent or other changes in bowel movements
Ionized salt,seeweed,dairy products,egg yolks, sea food, gluten and soy products.
Ginger is know to have antioxidative properties along with control on metabolic rate and inflammation, which helps to keep thyroid hormones in control. One should keep in mind that excess intake of ginger should also be avoided as one research has shown negative results.
Low iodine foods such as non-iodized salt, tea or coffee without milk, egg white, oats, potato, honey and maple syrup reduce thyroid hormones. Other foods which are good for hyperthyroidism include cauliflower, broccoli, kale, mustard, brazil nuts, chia seeds, mushroom, sunflower seeds, chicken, red meat,cashews, pumpkin seeds and spices (Turmeric, green chilli,black pepper).