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... Nobody can say that tea will affect your thyroid function. The most they can say is that it might. If tea absolutely slowed the thyroid in every case, the entire population of the United Kingdom and the Asian continent would be hypothyroid. Obviously, that's not the case. ... (9 replies)
... After a lot of research, I found a formula that was meant for figuring hypo weight loss. It may work for you. First and foremost, stop drinking any and all regular and diet sodas. All artificial sweetners stop weight loss, as does all forms of chocolate, black tea and coffee, including decaf. ... (27 replies)
... I am a new member here, and just joined because I have a problem, and am having a hard time getting help. ... (1 replies)

... I just spent some time reading some really scary stuff describing the connection between thyroid function, fluoride and tea. Has anyone else ever heard of this connection? ... (8 replies)
... I don't think there are any diet pills out there that are safe with thyroid sufferers. The only thing I had clearance from the dr was apple cider vinegar pills, trimbia pills, and cla....and so far none of them worked. ... (3 replies)
... sumptuous quantities of vegetables, small amounts of seeds and nuts, some fruit and moderate amounts of unrefined whole grains. ... (7 replies)
... Then when the aches come two advil in the afternoon, maybe two in the evening and two at bed. ... (22 replies)
... I've seen so many people with thyroid issues still not feel well even on thyroid meds. It can take a long time to recover, and thyroid meds are not a magic bullet. I've personally experienced the best results with vitamins, even more than thyroid meds. ... (11 replies)
... I, too, have Hashi's. I opted to use desiccated thyroid instead of synthetics but that's a personal decision and I'm not suggesting you switch. Just be aware there are options to Synthroid and Cytomel. ... (5 replies)
... Ascorbic acid helps greatly to absorb iron. Also cooking with iron pots and pans will add iron to your food. Drinking orange juice with your meals will help too. ... (3 replies)
... and I take the multis and magnesium at noon after lunch? ... (3 replies)
... The diet is one the Houston Endocrinologist recommended and she herself is on it. South Beach is the easiest she said to follow but you can get a Glycemic Index book and go by that. ... (28 replies)
... Hi! There was a really great thread a little while ago about the lists of things that are recommended and not recommended. Perhaps if you search this board for something like flouride it will come up. ... (10 replies)
... Hi guys, just wondering about the tea, I drink green and black tea all the time. Is this ok? ... (10 replies)
... I started a 1 mcg in April and have been slowly slowly building up. ... (10 replies)
Things we can do?
Feb 27, 2006
... dose Iodine. Iodine has a very complex relationship to thyroid function. ... (77 replies)
... I'm back...again. I guess I tend to come and go a lot. We bought a puppy...early X mas pressy. She's keeping me rather busy but the good thing is it's forcing me out MUCH more. ... (26 replies)
... I also learned something interesting in my internet search about fluoride and thyroid. ... (10 replies)
New to Synthroid
Mar 10, 2005
... Cooking can destroy some of the goitrogens found in foods, a good thing, as many of the foods to be avoided raw are otherwise healthy and rich with antioxidants and phytonutrients. ... (10 replies)
... My advice is to to avoid taking any supplement close to wehn you take your thyroid meds as a general rule. ... (39 replies)

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