Low iodine diet - resveratrol, raw carrot juice and water
Does anyonw know if its ok to take Resveratrol supplements and drink raw carrot juice on a stringent low iodine diet and RAi treatment.
Resveratrol contains: polygonum cuspidatum extract, dicalcium phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, croscaramellose sodium, vegetable coating.
Although raw vegetables seem to be allowed without limitation, i have read that carrots and other root vegetables actually are quite a rich source of iodine. As this is possibly my 3rd RAI treatment, i want to really make sure i stick to rigid diet. And one more question about drinking water: some sources advise on drinking only distilled water, others including my doctor have not said anything about avoiding tap or mineral water. Does anyone have experience with this.
I would only drink distelled water, iam quite sure that their is iodine in tap water! about the rest i dont know but thanks for drawing my attention to carrot juice, which i have been drinking ...so you think that carrot juice is not recomended???? i ampersonally thinking of becoming very selective in my diet....wish you the best
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