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WEATHER PANEER SHOULD BE GIVEN TO THYROID DIABETIC PATIENTS OR NOT ?

PANEER SHOULD BE /OR NOT TO BE GIVEN TO THYROID AND DIABETICS HI, I WOULD LIKE TO KNOWN IF PANEER (INDIAN CHEESE) CAN BE GIVEN TO THYROID AND DIABETIC PATIENTS?
Asked On : Thu, 22 Jul 2010
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  Anonymous's Response
Soy prodcts should be completely avoided for hypothyroid.
All goitrogens should be completely avoided for hypothyroid specially raw vegetable source. Cooked vegetables can be taken.

EVCO (Extra virgin Coconut Oil) does help in both Hypothyroi and Diabetes.
Ayurvedic adaptogens also help.

I know the general fad is low fat diet (which is as big scam as statin drugs) however most diabetics switch to "low carb high fat" diet. It's this "Low fat" stupidity which resulted in things like diabetes because no one talked against those deadly HCFS in all packaged food (till one gets inflicted by DM) and that pumped (and still is pumping) in huge quantity of fructose in human body and human body isnt really designed for processing fructose.

BTW if diabetic, then dump this crap called "Sugar Free" or any such product which has "aspartame". Aspartame is sweet poison and is known to cause:
http://products.mercola.com/sweet-misery-DVD/

I use stevia based sweetener:
http://www.sosweet.in/
Answered: Fri, 17 Jun 2011
  User's Response
why not all milk products should be given with less of their creams .......ofcourse it shud b PURE PANEER ....IT GIVES GOOD QUALITY PROTEINS & CALCIUM ...BUT SHUD B COOKED WITH LESS OF OIL
Answered: Thu, 16 Jun 2011
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