Q. Are cruciferous vegetables bad for your thyroid?
There is really not much to worry about. Cruciferous vegetables lose any anti-thyroid effect by two thirds once they are cooked. Other research has shown that if you have enough iodine in your system, these vegetables won’t bother your thyroid.
Listen to Dr. Brown talk about cruciferous vegetables in relation to low thyroid function.
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