Awesome, thanks. I will cut the calcium and focus on the other. Another item I ran across today:
there has been a striking increase in dietary intake of broccoli and cauliflower. These cruciferous vegetables, as well as spinach, turnips, beets, rutabaga, kale and cabbage, contain thio-oxazidone, which blocks iodine absorption. Most of them also contain thiocyanates, which additionally block thyroid uptake of iodine.
In another post you and I discussed other vegetables I should avoid for bloating reasons. I need a list of "safe" veggies that won't contribute to my abdominal bloating or interfere with my iodine supplementation. My favorites seem to be getting knocked out one by one