I was diagnosed shortly after becoming vegetarian with hypothyroidism. At the time I was in transition and supplementing with lots of soy products (Soy milk, soy chicken, boca burgers, etc.). After I started reading about my condition it warned that soy can be a contributor to hypothyroidism. I have been very wary of eating processed soy since. I just wondered if anyone has had this experience and what the general consensus on processed soy products is. Not knowing whether it truly contributed to my condition or not I think that anything that is processed is not necessarily something that you should consume in mass quantity. I kind of think of them as packaged foods like mac n' cheese, rice a' roni, etc.
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