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    Default Speaking of bone health...

    The Mediterranean diet has been found to reduce the risk of hip fractures:

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/28/health...nes/index.html

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    Hmmmmmmm!! Sounds good!
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    I like most things on a Mediterranean Diet. Now if someone would just cook it for me. However, I will add a Doctor said that broccoli is not good if you have a thyroid problem, which I do.
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    Hooray! That diet is a lot like what I eat though I eat less fish. Lacto-ovo-vegetarians sometimes cheat and have the odd sardine or shrimp.

    The last sardine I saw was really odd.
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    Nuthatch, interesting article. Thanks for posting. I do not use any salt, I get it through processed foods. I have edema problems in my ankles and feet. Now I wish I could eat salt. He was tough on vegetables. He doesn't seem to think we need them, or at least very much. That was in the vegetable part. I began to feel sorry for vegetables when he told what a hard time they have and how they really don't like us. Not sure how much I can change. Wish there was some other way to get iodine.

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virginia View Post
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    Wish there was some other way to get iodine.
    They do make iodine supplements. Find out how much you need then shop around.

    Here's one example I found. http://www.lifeextension.com/Vitamin...FVhZhgod_ZgIrg


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    Vicky, will look into weather I should do this or not. This is something I would like to run by my Doctor. Thanks for posting this info.
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    Mediterranean-style meals under 600 calories:

    https://www.sharecare.com/health/die...r-600-calories

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    Love the look of that salad with tomatoes, red onions, black olives and feta cheese. Just a little lettuce. Uhmmmmm! so good.
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