Ep. 134, Paleo Myth-busters – Iodine and Thyroid Disease
On this episode of The Paleo View, Stacy and Sarah host the ultimate myth-busting discussion, touching on ketosis, veggie phobia, iodine consumption, thyroid disease and MORE!
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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 134, Paleo Myth-busters – Iodine and Thyroid Disease
- Intro (0:00)
- News and Views (0:56)
- Sarah is getting ready for her upcoming keynote presentation at the Nutrition Therapy Association conference
- Long time listeners of the show may know that Sarah is not a fan of ketogenic diets and will presenting on this at the upcoming Paleo f(x), which has caused a bit of a stir
- Why eliminating nutrient-rich foods from a diet can hurt you, and how this often goes hand-in-hand with very low carb
- How to evaluate food beyond macros and why it is vital to do so
- Veggie phobia – what has sparked it and how to better understand the studies that debunk these claims
- The Paleo Approach provides further information on all these topics
- The five part series on fiber on Sarah’s site is also a great resource for information
- And be sure to also check out this post for information on goitrogenic vegetables
- Science with Sarah (34:46)
- Iodine and the two elimination recommendations that those with thyroid diseases receive
- Why is iodine important?
- How much do you need?
- Questions and Answers (46:56)
- Julie – is Stacy’s consumption of iodized salt safe for her recent diagnosis?
- Bianca – is cardio the best way to reduce belly fat? And should I supplement with iodine if I am thyroid-less?
- Mark – can I make my own iodized salt?
- Outro (1:10:21)