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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8

Re: Hashimoto Thyroid B-blood

Posted By: Kathy Hall
Date: Friday, 22 January 1999, at 5:13 p.m.

In Response To: Hashimoto Thyroid B-blood (mkr)

I too am B- with a sluggish thyroid. I've been on the B diet for 7 months now and am doing pretty good. Issues not addressed in the B diet, is that eating RAW cabbage, broccoli, brussels sprouts(ugh), cauliflower, soy or nuts can suppress thyroid function. These foods, when raw, contain enzyme inhibitors.

Chicken and Corn were the worst offending foods for me. Were you aware that fructose is almost always made from corn? Also corn can be hiding in products that list "modified food starch or protein". It's also in baking powder, except the Featherweight brand. Wheat (even white flour products for me), lentils, peanuts and sesame seeds can slow my metabolism down.

If you can find a naturopathic practitioner that does contact reflex analysis (CRA), he/she can do a muscle weakness test and prescribe the needed natural thyroid supplements that will help rebuild that gland. I've taken Thytrophin PGM, made by Standard Process Labs for about 2 years now, and my body temperature is normal. Hope this helps. Kathy

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