Re: low iodine diet
The low iodine diet involves more than just low/no salt. Iodized salt happens to contain much of the iodine we ingest today, but iodine can be found in many foods, chiefly dairy products, soy products, and eggs, to name a few. The best resource for the low iodine diet that I have found and used is a booklet that I downloaded from a site for thyroid cancer survivors. The booklet is a cookbook but also contains a nice one page list of the do's and don'ts which you can print out an carry with you. Remember too, it's a low iodine diet - you couldn't really do a no iodine diet but the lower you keep your intake, the better the chance that radioactive iodine will be absorbed by remaining thyroid cells and kill them.
best to you.
Last edited by mod85; 01-09-2012 at 06:05 PM.