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There are a number of foods that can impact thyroid hormone production. These are typically referred to as goitrogenic foods, because when eaten in large quantities, they can cause a goiter to form. The following is a list of foods that have these properties. Keep in mind that just because a food is goitrogenic doesn’t mean you cannot eat it. Cooking them reduces this effect by as much as 70-80%.
Soy (cooking does not reduce the goitrogenic effects of soy)
Thyroid Support Bundle – glutenfreesociety.org/ThyroidBundle
Multi-Nutrients – glutenfreesociety.org/MultiNutrients
Omega Max – glutenfreesociety.org/OmegaMax
Ultra Thyroid Support – glutenfreesociety.org/UltraThyroidSupport
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