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This is a really important update to the video I put out on Tuesday about millet. There are millets on the market that can wreck your thyroid gland and others that are harmless. It's important to know the difference.

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  1. Yes, I guess I am repeating myself – eating millet once or twice a month is not going to do you in, even if it’s the wrong kind. If a person is so weak and brittle that once-in-a-while ingestion of a food pushes them over the edge, well, that person has greater issues than anything curable by diet. The biggest misinformation to come down the pike is that we can cure everything all of the time in all people by eating that oh-so-perfect diet. Geeeeze…what a lie!

    Let’s eat millet (or whatever we like) occasionally and enjoy our lives! I and my parents and brothers & sisters had it at home as children on occasion even though we are not of Asian blood. We took it with milk. We are still here, not having fallen over dead from sick thyroids.

  2. Fascinating. I’m looking into precooked baby cereals because my one-year-old suddenly been waking regularly hungry and I can’t find a solution with all my homemade efforts. I just found one with rice and millet. Here are the ingredients (in French, sorry) :

    Liste des ingrédients :
    farines* précuites 96% (riz* 67%, millet* 29 algue marine (Lithothamnium Calcareum), * Thiamine épaississant : caroube (bliamine BI). *ingrédients issus de l’agriculture biologique

    Algue marine — kelp. I can only imagine that they include the kelp because of the millet’s anti-thyroid properties. Crazy!

    Thank you, Dr. Masterjohn.

  3. My diabetes went away after diet changed to foxtail millets. Without having prescribed medication for diabetics millets helped a lot. Thanks for Dr kadhar Vali. As a South Indian the ancient food made my DNA set right.

  4. I too feel my pulsation increased.As of now aye 4 types of millets but positive points are more than that pulsation.I am eating millets because of Dr.Khadar Vali videos!

  5. Your article makes sense in its conclusions, namely that a diversified diet is best for most people, anyway. A monodiet is fine for a few days, I guess, as some sort of “cleanse” – I did this years ago and felt better for it but knew when to quit. But poverty is a factor for some populations or even individuals over here in la la land.

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