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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Hi GFinDC, I guess it does! it would be interesting to know if there is a connection between dairy and thyroid conditions....there's a lot of literature out there that claims dairy helps weight loss as well (granted I'm sure a large number of those articles are written by dairy producers etc...
  3. I have the exact opposite reaction, I fall asleep after I have dairy. on the other hand my son get's quite hyper and does not sleep (and he is confirmed allergy to dairy and I now suspect intolerance to casein as well)
  4. hi David, I'm glad the primary person is willing to forgive you, what you described sounds like an unsettling experience. as for your question about how alcohol affects us, I too am self diagnosed but can say that in the past year and a half I've progressively become a "cheap drunk" in the...
  5. Thanks for the response, I like a lot of these veggies but have also had problems with hypothyroid symptoms and was starting to wonder.
  6. RiceGuy, in your studies have you ever come across what level of exposure/ingestion of the vegetables on that list is needed before it begins to supress the thyroid? just curious. maile
  7. Hi Nicole, I agree with mushroom sounds like you need to be very simple to let your gut heal...the stewed apples sound like a good idea, or you could consider stewed pears (they're apparently less acidic???) you mentioned soup, have you considered congee? this is about 3/4 c rice, 9 cups of...
  8. Thanks for this, at least now I know what to look for and why I was feeling symptoms the last couple of days (insert head banging smiley here) btw, with the EAS powders I was told they are not great if you are lactose intolerant but otherwise they rank up there