goitrogenic


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goitrogenic

(ˌɡɔɪtrəˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
(Pathology) pathol causing goitre
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For example, many green, leafy vegetables such as broccoli, kale or bokchoy, contain goitrogenic substances that disrupt the production of thyroid hormones by inhibiting iodine uptake.
Vegetables with goitrogenic effect contain thioglycosides or cyanogenic glycosides.
Studies on relations between thiocyanate formation and goitrogenic properties of foods.
Must be eaten raw-aldente (Cooking inactivates goitrogenic components)
Other growth factors, as EGF (epithelial growth factor) or IGF1, increased in PHPT, have also a goitrogenic effect [14].
It is also goitrogenic when raw, (which means it) negatively affects the thyroid gland, so my advice for those with thyroid issues is to avoid all brassica veg raw.
Studies reveal that millet, rich in C-glycosylflavones, produces goitrogenic and antithyroid effects similar to those of antithyroid medications.
Several researchers have used different thermal treatments to improve the nutritional quality of crude soybean by making milder the antinutritional factors (ANF), which include inhibitors of trypsin, hemagglutinins, goitrogenic substances, antivitamins, isoflavone and phytates (Pedrosa et al.
goitrogenic and antithyroidal effect of the fern Adiantum
DTCs by their lipophilic nature pass across the cell membrane easily, and also several studies have showed the teratogenic, goitrogenic and neurotoxic effects of these molecules and their metabolites [6, 7].
2002), goitrogenic compounds and plants, dietary iodine excess and genetic enzyme defects in biosynthesis of thyroid hormones (McDonald and Pineda, 1989).