gluten--bad; salad--borderline; potatoes--good
So I was checking these pages and trying to make sure that for every food to avoid I eat a couple foods that are good for my thyroid. And I have to say, I felt great. Then I stopped. I wish I could say I did this as part of a conscious experiment, but I just got busy and distracted and I didn't plan or shop or cook.
And there was a difference. I feel more tired, and irregular in more than one sense.
So I'm going back to the somewhat-diet. I'm going to go ahead and exclude cheese and kefir from the bad list, as they don't seem to hurt me. But gluten and soy are definitely to be used in moderation, and probably sugar and strawberries, too.
As I said before, I'm not actually eliminating anything, just trying to balance. And it seems like it worked!
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