Its the caffeine in it that is what makes it a use in moderation thing.
If you are having cardiac issues with the hyperthyroidism then limiting/eliminating caffeine is a health choice.
I personally found a natural chocolate with low caffeine amounts in while I was having cardiac issues. Now that that has resolved I enjoy chocolate when I want.
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Report This| Share this:Hyperthryoid and chocolateIts the caffeine in it that is what makes it a use in moderation thing.<br /><br />If you are having cardiac issues with the hyperthyroidism then limiting/eliminating caffeine is a health choice.<br /><br />I personally found a natural chocolate with low caffeine amounts in while I was having cardiac issues. Now that that has resolved I enjoy chocolate when I want.
Thyroid Blood tests are NOT accurate for diagnosing Thyroid problems! Your symptoms are the key!
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