There are things that we refer to as goitrogens, this are the roadblocks, to maintaining a healthy thyroid function. So, think about skipping the goitrogens that are called cruciferous vegetables things likes broccoli, cauliflower, brestle spreads and I'm not telling you not to eat this food, but you should eat this foods always cooked or steamed.
That will inhibit the glycogen activity of this foods. Next we have peanut this kind common legume is something I don't recommend on any of my diet plans. It's inflammatory, it's acidic and it's also a glycogen. so chalk Mahimahi tuner these are the worst offenders and lastly soe now this is processed soy, soy is rich in vital estrogen's and we know that too much estrogen can suppress the activity of fibroid hormone in your body so I would recommend that you don't have more than one serving a day of soy and if you do have soy it really should be fermented soy sauces so things like miso and tempeh.