Flax seeds image from flickr.com/photos/digiyesica/503074250/

Goitrogens compete with iodine - Flax seeds

Cabbage image from flickr.com/photos/wwarby/5110067974/

The Crucifers family Brussels sprouts, cabbage, kale... compete too

Broccoli image from flickr.com/photos/hulagway/5941767410/

Steaming reduces goitrogens 1/3, boiling 90%

Homemade Sauerkraut: Packing Cabbage image from flickr.com/photos/johnnystiletto/5308170024/

Fermenting sauerkraut activates the goitrogens

Aprikosen / Apricots image from flickr.com/photos/dongga/3694130186/

Rosaceae family cherries, almonds, peaches, apricots, strawberries... are also goitrogenic

In my shopping bag today image from flickr.com/photos/sondyaustin/6961172749/

Lima beans too

Pounding cassava image from flickr.com/photos/lukebosman/218751350/


Kelp of Cat Rock, Anacapa Island image from flickr.com/photos/usoceangov/4115872878/

"You know, eat these foods in moderation, and make sure that you compensate for their inclusion in the diet with eating more seafood, perhaps some occasional seaweed..."
Chris Masterjohn PhD in Nutrition