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Handy One-Page LID Summary—Tear-Out Copy
ThyCa: Thyroid Cancer Survivors’ Association, Inc.SM
For the detailed Free Low-Iodine Cookbook with hundreds of delicious recipes, visit www.thyca.org.
This is a Low-Iodine Diet (“LID”), not a “No-Iodine Diet” or an “Iodine-Free Diet.” The American Thyroid
Association suggests a goal of under 50 micrograms (mcg) of iodine per day.
The diet is for a short time period, usually for the 2 weeks (14 days) before a radioactive iodine scan or
treatment and 1-3 days after the scan or treatment.
Avoid foods and beverages that are high in iodine (>20 mcg/serving). Eat any foods and beverages low in
iodine (< 5 mcg/serving). Limit the quantity of foods moderate in iodine (5-20 mcg/serving).
Foods to AVOID
• Iodized salt, sea salt, and any foods containing iodized
salt or sea salt
• Seafood and sea products (fish, shellfish, seaweed,
seaweed tablets, calcium carbonate from oyster shells,
carrageenan, agar-agar, alginate, arame, dulse,
furikake, hiziki, kelp, kombu, nori, wakame, and other
sea-based foods or ingredients)
• Dairy products of any kind (milk, cheese, yogurt,
butter, ice cream, lactose, whey, casein, etc.)
• Egg yolks, whole eggs, or foods containing them
• Bread and bakery products containing iodine/iodate
dough conditioners or high-iodine ingredients such as
dairy, eggs, salt
• Red Dye #3 (erythrosine or E127 in the EU/UK)
• Maraschino cherries (due to the red dye)
• Fruit cocktail (due to the Maraschino cherries)
• Chocolate that contains dairy
• Blackstrap molasses (other types are OK)
• Soybeans and soybean products such as tofu,
TSP/TVP, soy milk, soy sauce, soy flour; except soy
oil and soy lecithin, which are OK.
• Potato skins
• Vitamins and food supplements that contain iodine
If you are taking medication or supplements
containing iodine, check with your doctor.
Foods to ENJOY
• Fruit, fresh, frozen, or jarred, salt-free and without red
food dye; canned in