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Cruciferous Vegetables vs. Thyroid: Friend or Foe?

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Many people who are diagnosed with hypo-thyroidism are told to completely avoid these cruciferous vegetables, which include broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, and cabbage because of their supposed "goitrous" qualities.

Have you ever been told to avoid these foods? Join us for this very special episode of Vibrant Health Solutions Radio, where Dr. Ritamarie will demystify, debunk and clarify this controversial issue once and for all.

Learn:

  • Why brassica vegetables have gotten such a bad rap.
  • If you really have to avoid some of the healthiest, nutrient dense food on the planet.
  • Tips for how to eat your favorite cruciferous vegetables that your even your thyroid will love!

Not only are cruciferous vegetables packed with nutrients, they can also play an instrumental role in helping your body detoxify what I call its "toxic load."

That's why I include them in my famous 7-day GREEN Cleanse Program, in which thousands of people have experienced amazing results in the last five years since I started the program. Now that you know these are your friends and not your enemies, find out how to jump start your body in one of the fastest and healthiest ways on earth:

Fall Equinox Detox: Join the GREEN Cleanse Program

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