Other plant goitrogens mentioned by Chris Masterjohn are soy, canola oil and millet. Millet being the most goitrogenic. RHR: Chris Masterjohn on Cholesterol and Heart Disease (Part 3)

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Text: 'Goitrogens compete with iodine - Flax seeds'
From RHR: Chris Masterjohn on Cholesterol and Heart Disease (Part 3) Chris Masterjohn: And basically what happens is there’s an enzyme that frees a chemical called isothiocyanate, and then in our bodies we metabolize this to thiocyanate, and thiocyanate decreases the uptake of iodine into the thyroid gland because it basically competes with it.
...So some of the other foods are ... flax

Text: 'The Crucifers family Brussels sprouts, cabbage, kale... compete too'
From Bearers of the Cross: Crucifers in the Context of Traditional Diets and Modern Science The most widely used cruciferous vegetables belong to the genus Brassica and include broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, kohlrabi, mustard, rutabaga, turnip and bok choy. Other crucifers include arugula, horseradish, radish, wasabi and watercress. Lesser-known crops such as maca, a tuber used in the Andes, and Virginia pepperweed, used by some Mexican natives, are also crucifers. Even canola oil, derived from a close relative of the turnip, is a member of Cruciferae.

Text: 'Steaming reduces goitrogens 1/3, boiling 90%'
From Bearers of the Cross: Crucifers in the Context of Traditional Diets and Modern Science Steaming crucifers until they are fully cooked reduces the goitrogens to one-third the original value on average. Since release of the goitrogens from steamed crucifers depends on intestinal bacteria, however, the amount released varies from person to person.
Boiling crucifers for thirty minutes reliably destroys 90 percent of the goitrogens.

Text: 'Fermenting sauerkraut activates the goitrogens'
From Bearers of the Cross: Crucifers in the Context of Traditional Diets and Modern Science Fermentation of sauerkraut actually activates the goitrogens from their precursors.

Text: 'Rosaceae family cherries, almonds, peaches, apricots, strawberries... are also goitrogenic' 'Lima beans too' 'Tapioca/manioc/yuca'
From RHR: Chris Masterjohn on Cholesterol and Heart Disease (Part 3) Chris Masterjohn: So some of the other foods are — another common food is cassava, which also goes by tapioca, manioc, yuca; flax; lima beans; and the fruits of all of the Rosaceae family, which includes cherries, almonds, plums, peaches, apricots, pears, raspberries, strawberries

Text: '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'
From RHR: Chris Masterjohn on Cholesterol and Heart Disease (Part 3)

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1st image: Flax seeds
2nd image: Cabbage
3rd image: Broccoli
4th image: Homemade Sauerkraut: Packing Cabbage
5th image: Aprikosen / Apricots
6th image: In my shopping bag today
7th image: Pounding cassava
8th image: Kelp of Cat Rock, Anacapa Island

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