Hypothyroid-Broccoli and Cauliflower etc.
I have read at various places that certain veggies can be goitrogenic . This gave me the impression that as a person with hypothyroid that I should not eat broccoli , cauliflower and other veggies of that class(cruciferous I believe). I want to eat well and get my veggies and I like cauliflower and broccoli and would like to have each several times a week. I saw that Mary Shomon , thyroid patient advocate , wrote that if you cook the broccoli and cauliflower then generally these veggies are not a problem . I asked my previous endo and she seemed disinterested and simply stated , once treated for your thyroid condition-eating these veggies shouldn't be an issue. Does anyone else have information on this?