Lets assume I have Hashi because of my high antibodies. Doctor I saw last week could not confirm it, said that many healthy people do have the thyroglobulin high, but he said that since I am strongly reacting to things and have b12 deficiency it is very clear I do have autoimmune disease. What it is , he did not comment about. We will now work with b12 first .
Anyways about the diet. I have been gluten free for years, except I eat pure oats. I just learned that it is also cross reaction that can cause inflammation. And what do I learn? Person with hashimoto should avoid milk, oat, corn and rice.
I have been highly intolerant to milk, rice and corn for years. I assume I have allergies. Rice causes me super bad hives, I can be dizzy, sleepy and have really bad diarrhea with really painful cramps.
Milk, that little b-stard has caused me issues for years, what does it not cause? Just week ago I was feeling ok, eating chocolate and what happens, I get really ill, temp dropping to 35.5, being barely able to sleep , feeling weak and nauseous, having rash, flu-ish symptoms , just name it.
Corn, that just cannot digest, whenever I try gluten free pasta made from corn, I start to feel heavy, full and just awful. Hideous.
Oat. Well that is a tricky since I have no idea with what I could replace my morning oat meal, since after cleaning up everything else from my diet I am a big question mark what to eat. I do feel oat can be bad for me as well, since I just dont feel so good after oat meal.
Then I know there are tons of food you should avoid, like millet and almond but some say it only concerns raw. Well I do cook my millet, I dont feel any bad reaction to it. Almond, well that I use as flours to make pies and pan cakes so basically it is not raw
Well I am just one big question mark, am I just unfortunate person with high thyroglobulin and tons of symptoms intolerant to these foods without it being hashimoto or is there sort of very solid link between these?
I would really appreciate any opinion.