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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 11




Re: Type A and Hypothyroid

Posted By: Annie
Date: Wednesday, 1 September 1999, at 4:38 p.m.

In Response To: Re: Type A and Hypothyroid (Michele (O+))

You can avoid some veges, formally known as goitregens which can lower thyroid hormones and lead to hypothyroid. These are known as the brassica family - broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, adn cauliflower. I would probably use more rice (organic) milk than soy milk even though I know its HB for A's, but you have to taylor make this diet/regime to suit you specifically and if your suffering from hypothyroidism then reequate your diet accordingly. Peanuts are also dietary sources of isothiocyanates,(Dietary blocking iodine substances formally known as goitregens.)I'm not saying eat any avoids but reevaluate some of the HB's usually great and efficient for A blood types.
Good luck and look to some meditational sources concerning your throat chakra, adn investigate some acupuncture concerning your throat(thyroid adn thymus.)
Good luck Annie (Australia) Havn't been on the board for ages. Hi everyone!!!!


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