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Under-active thyroid and kombucha

is it safe for me to drink kombucha if i suffer from under-active thyroid and i am taking euthyrox (hormone supplement);i think i read somewhere that in that case,kombucha is not recommended.Anyone who knows something on this please let me know at tinamalenovic@yahoo.com

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