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What not to eat with multinodular goiter. Breathing better. What else can help?

just wondering what not to eat with multinodular goiter-huge family history of this and now i am meds and only 41 and been having problems for 7 years not diagnosed till goiter cause labs were normal- breathing alot better now just wondering what i can do better by eating as my endocrinologist isnt the most talkative and have to travel 2 hours to get there and even a half an hour earlier somewhere else is a six month wait
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Hi, thanks for using healthcare magic

There is no specific diet for persons with thyroid disease so you do not need to alter your diet for this specific conditions.

There are some foods that can affect the absorption of the thyroid replacement hormone.
For this reason, it is normally recommended that the hormone is used first thing in the morning, at least 1 hour before eating.

I hope this helps
Answered: Sat, 7 Dec 2013
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