soy phosphatidylcholine ingredient in products bad for thyroid?

  1. soy phosphatidylcholine ingredient in products bad for thyroid?


    I noticed there is soy phosphatidylcholine in some of the liquid vade products, if someone has a thyroid problem should they avoid these products since soy has negative effects on the thyroid?


  2. If you are taking synthroid, you absolutely should not take anything containing soy within 2 hours. I am not sure on the actual levels of soy intake that would effect the thyroid and also if the soy phosphatidylcholine has the same effects or not.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by superone View Post
    I noticed there is soy phosphatidylcholine in some of the liquid vade products, if someone has a thyroid problem should they avoid these products since soy has negative effects on the thyroid?
    Its something we put on the label for allergy concerns with the PC because it is soy derived we just want to be super safe as far as regulatory requirements... but its so far removed from soy you really have nothing to worry about. I despise soy.. but I have no problem with PC or PS derived from soy. It has virtually zero of the estrogenic flavones.

    -Eric
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  4. Awesome, thanks for the info!

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