Should I Be Concerned with Goitrogenic Foods?

Should I Be Concerned with Goitrogenic Foods?

Should I Be Concerned with Goitrogenic Foods?

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so there’s a question that came in and they wanted to know should they be concerned about Gaucho genic foods okay so what is a goitrogenic food it’s a food that can cause a goiter an enlarged thyroid so the thyroid is right in the base of your neck about two and a half inches wide and it can swell up if it doesn’t have I identified ein well the thyroid then is not going to be able to send the signal back up to pituitary and that is going to cause more thyroid stimulating hormone to be produced and that’s coming down from the pituitary to the thyroid and as two functions one is to release more thyroid hormone and there were two to enlarge the thumb right so it’s gonna get bigger so what foods can potentially create these effects cassava corn cabbage which is part of the cruciferous vegetables that will include like kale broccoli brussel sprouts bok choy etc then we have canola soy beans almonds cherries strawberries spinach sweet potato and there are many more as well now right off the bat I’m gonna recommend not to consume sweet potato anyway so you can rule that out and not to do canola cuz this GMO and not to do corn or cassava or soy beans okay and cherries are a bit too high in sugar and out of these foods cruciferous could potentially be a problem but really only for those people that are sensitive to it also you’d have to consume large amounts of cruciferous frequently to create a deficiency also realize that when you cook courser Fereshteh Buhl’s fermented boil it or steam it you reduce these chemicals that can create this effect so for most people they don’t have to worry about it if you’re concerned if you already have a hypothyroid problem if you know you have an iodine deficiency and you’re sensitive to these foods then take seek help okay and don’t consume these foods on a daily basses have them periodically but not very often I also realize that one of the best sources of iodine would be shellfish fish and seek help now you just want to make sure when you take seek out don’t take large and large amounts all you need to do is one or two in the morning and you’re good to go and that will give you enough iodine to protect you from any potential deficiency that any of these could create alright thanks for watching if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos

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In this video, I want to cover goitrogens and thyroid function. We’re going to talk about what goitrogenic foods are and if you should be concerned about them.

What are goitrogenic foods? – It is a food that can cause a goiter (an enlarged thyroid). 

The thyroid is in the base of the neck, and it can swell up if it doesn’t have iodine. If someone consumes food that blocks iodine, it can ultimately:

1. Cause more thyroid hormone to be released
2. Cause the thyroid to get bigger 

Goitrogenic food list:

• Casava 
• Corn 
• Cabbage
• Canola 
• Soybeans 
• Cruciferous Vegetables 
• Almonds
• Cherries 
• Strawberries
• Spinach 
• Sweet Potatoes 

Out of these goitrogenic foods, I don’t recommend consuming:

• Casava
• Corn
• Canola
• Soybeans
• Cherries
• Sweet Potatoes

Out of the foods that are fine to consume, cruciferous vegetables could potentially create thyroid problems if:

• You are sensitive to these foods
• You consume large amounts of cruciferous vegetables too frequently
• You have a hypothyroid problem
• You have an iodine deficiency 

If you’re concerned about goitrogenic foods or if you have one of the problems above, you need to:

• Take sea kelp 
• Don’t consume these foods on a daily basis 

Some of the best sources of iodine to protect you from a deficiency that could damage your thyroid health are:

• Shellfish
• Fish 
• Sea kelp (not large amounts)

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