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aussielady582
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Do other 'hunter's eat millet, just wondering if anyone knows if millet affects thyroid function?
also, which mushrooms do you eat? oyster or ennoki?
how about anchovies? I noted they were on avoid list when I read one of Dr D's books.
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Quoted from aussielady582

also, which mushrooms do you eat? oyster or ennoki?


I eat ennoki, but only when I get to the Asian market to shop (infrequently). I would like to have them more often.
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Millet does contain goitrogen (considered to be a bad factor for thyroid function) but latest knowledge shows that wheat is worst for thyroid function and millet (despite goitregen) is good for many people.



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Thanks, Kumar for your comment.  Wheat was a big part of my diet for a long time (unfortunately), I also was on macrobiotic diet for a while, which is when things got even worse - in terms of neuro-endocrine and digestive function declining, as heavy use of grains and legumes, and perhaps the problems with proteins due to slower metabolism.
I just don't want others to go through such hardships, esp other type O and GT 'hunter' people.
Today, stocked up on veggies, bok choy, Chinese broccoli, yellow squash, broccoli, pumpkin, swede (rutabaga), ginger, garlic.  Some salmon was on sale in the supermarket, and I will still stop off at the fish shop for fresh fish soon, plus chicken for my delic chicken & veggie soups which are helping a lot.
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