April 9, 2020
Ask Deepak

Food Confusion.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


Lately have been feeling confused about the notion of how to be  and eat  healthy:

all over the Internet there are warnings  that, most of  the  healthiest food and supplements, (flavonoids and soy, fruits, all greens, all beans, and now even Grape seeds extracts,  which I love and have enormously benefited from) being now considered Goitrogenic after medical research.

Can intention and consciousness nullify the harmful effects of these otherwise healthy food?

If I make an intention commitment to believe –without doubt –that all this food is good for me, even if it seems to be hormone disruptive, can I be able to counteract this harmful effect?


For those who are not familiar with the term, goitrogens   are foods that contain substances such as isothiocyanates, flavonoids,  or  isoflavones which can interfere with the function of the thyroid gland.  However balanced quantities of these healthy foods in your diet is perfectly safe and desirable unless you have been diagnosed with a thyroid problem. Even those with a thyroid hormone deficiency   can likely  tolerate 1 cup servings of cruciferous   vegetables 2-3 times per week, and a standard, 4-ounce serving of tofu twice a week. So don’t be scared by this preliminary research on goitrogens, especially because they still haven’t done any well controlled  research on the connection between eating these goitrogenic foods and thyroid hormone deficiency.

So use your power of intention to eat fresh, pure and unprocessed foods in moderate amounts, and you will be fine.



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