You know I can't ask just one question. So here is my list:
Can iodine counteract the effect of goitrogens in foods? Is there any other way to counteract goitrogens?
World's Healthiest Foods state thats tofu, and soy milk have goiterins. I believe you stated that they don't but can't find your post on it. World's healthies foods also states that cooking goitergenic foods only inactivates 1/3 of the goiterins.
Your previous posting: "Many vegetables are goitergens, and therefore suppress thyroid function. Examples are broccoli and turnips. Cooking inactivates goitergens, preventing the thyroid suppression from these foods."
I've read that flaxseeds decrease thyroid funtionction but didn't see them on the list of goitrogenic foods from World's Healthiest foods nor have you mentioned it. How does flax seed and chia affect thyroid?
Ok. I think that's enough for one night. Thanks!!!