Ask the NutritionistPosted by tinksmagic on 1 year ago I have been doing a large amount of reading about goitrogens, and subsequently juicing them, with Hashimoto's thyroiditis. I just had my blood done and my levels are high (enlarged remaining thyroid with nodules). I had a hemithyroidectomy 14 years ago. I've been eating healthy (no dairy, alcohol, gluten, sugar, caffeine) since Feb after a miscarriage with twins prompted me to do everything possible to prevent chromosomal abnormalities in my eggs. (we lost them to Trisomy 10, and we did chromosomal testing prior to transfer). My question is, since it is recommended to lightly cook these vegetables, and clearly you wouldn't cook then juice them, what if once you juiced them you quickly cooked them and made a soup? We have a cold juicer (Champion 2000) but while watching the Vitamix infomercial, it seems that unless you add ice while juicing, it cooks into a soup. I'd be OK with that since so many of the foods I need to eat to counteract abnormalities are goitrogens.
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