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First and foremost, anybody who is on thyroid medication should avoid consuming soy immediately before or after taking their medication as soy protein appears to impair absorption of thyroid medication. Individuals insistent (for whatever reason) on consuming soy near to the intake of their thyroid medication will need to increase their dose to compensate. This, of course, should be dealt with through your medical provider/health professional.
As well, individuals with pre-existing thyroid problems (and it’s worth mentioning that females, which tend to be the primary target for soy foods, are more likely to have thyroid problems than men) may need to limit their soy intake on a day to day basis. This is especially the case for individuals intent on reducing their sodium intake.
This came up tonight as I had a product full of soy and wanted to find out the recommendations. We won't be purchasing this product again.
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