Breakfast For Hyperthyroidism

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Hi all, please I need advice on what is safe to eat for breakfast, I was told to avoid dairy products, thanks

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    I have a boiled egg or any kind of eggs really. Or porridge made with almond milk and seeds nuts etc, no oats x
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      Hi Kamaway, thank you so much for all your help, do you mind me asking what types of porridge? 
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      Course not!! I use either almond/hazelnut/coconut milk and mix with chia seeds/pumpkin seeds and any other nuts etc you fancy! Walk it in a jar or bowl and soak over night! You may want sweetener if so use honey or agave? 😃

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    why to avoid dairy products? i drink hemp milk substitute for milk. I eat eggs, oats, veggie white egg omelette
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      its hemp coconut milk.... i dunno most of the almond and nut milk i saw they put too much start or tapioca to thicken it.  This is the only one i found with less.  How's Paleo diet? do you follow a book or from website for free?

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      Oh nice! Rude Health one is good! The Paleo diet works great for me. I followed a 30 day programme first. I can't post the name as it will be deleted, then just follow paleo guidelines generally 😬

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      It's personal preference Kathrleen. I did a lot of research and this is what I chose to do. When people ask this is what I say has helped me. That's all 👌

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    All my hospital doctor told me was not to eat seaweed which is put in a lot of chinese food.
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    Mmmmm I'd like to know why no dairy too ... please I've gone euthyroid after having Graves' disease ... and feel pretty well

    Now considering how very ill I was .

    But I never stopped dairy .. can you tell me the benefits to you ..

    Mx🌹

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