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6. Cruciferous Vegetables


Cruciferous vegetables, including broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and kale, are very healthy because they offer a lot of fiber and important vitamins and minerals. Cruciferous vegetables are unique because they contain sulfurous compounds called glucosinolates, and research indicates that glucosinolates have the potential to fight cancer.
However, if you have an iodine deficiency, it may be best to steer clear of cruciferous vegetables. The process of digestion for this particular category of produce is thought to block the thyroid’s ability to utilize iodine. Don’t worry too much if you love ‘em, because you can safely eat 5 ounces a day with no problem, and cooking can reduce the effect on your thyroid.
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7. Sugary Treats


Processed sugars are public enemy number one when it comes to health. Most of us eat way too much, often without even realizing it. Not only does sugar cause weight gain, it sparks inflammation all over the body and ups your risk of issues like diabetes, heart disease, and tooth decay.
An underactive thyroid slows your metabolism way down, and this can lead to weight gain even if you aren’t consuming a lot of sugar. But if you are, you may find yourself with a shocking number of extra pounds in no time. Reducing the amount of sugar you eat is the number one thing you can do to improve your health and lower the harmful effects of a thyroid disorder.
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