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Zoe Saldana covers EDIT Magazine, reveals health issue

The athletic American actress and dancer, Zoe Saldana, who has starred in such blockbuster movies such as Avatar, Colombiana and many others, covers the latest edition of The EDIT magazine

In the magazine  Zoe Saldana revealed that she suffers from a medical condition called Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is a condition in which your immune system attacks your thyroid, a small gland at the base of your neck below your Adam’s apple. According to Zoe, her mother and sister suffer from the same autoimmune disease.

“Your body doesn’t have the energy it needs to filter toxins, causing it to believe that it has an infection, so it’s always inflamed,” the 38-year-old Star Trek Beyond star tells the publication. “You create antibodies that attack your glands, so you have to eat clean.”
Zoe says she has had to change her diet, and that now she eats food that is gluten and dairy free.
“I had a great time in my twenties. Then your doctor says you’re losing calcium in your bones. What the f–k is that?! I would hear those conversations with my mom and grandma, thinking I’d never get there,” Saldana recalls. “‘I’m going to live forever!'”
“But all of a sudden it hits you,” she adds. “I s–t you not, it’s from night to day.”

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