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Pretty old thread, better late then never I guess. Milk, cheese, eggs, and potatoes are probably the best sources of protein. Problem is you'd have to eat a lot of them to get enough protein on a daily basis. For instance 2 quarts of milk, 2 eggs, and 2ozs of cheese will roughly only give you 85 grams of protein. Potatoes have about 7 grams of protein in them depending on the size, the smaller ones less. Potato protein is really high quality though, which is why Peat has mentioned juicing potatoes for people that have digestive issues and they need some good protein. Adding at least one serving of meat to your routine is the only logical thing to do here, unless you want to drink upwards of a gallon of milk everyday. Lean hamburger, oxtail, lamb shank, ossobuco, chicharrons, chicken feet, bone broth are all great sources of well balanced protein that support thyroid function. Avoid muscle meats as much as possible ideally, unless taking supplemental gelatin is no problem for you. Also weekly servings of liver and shellfish can be protein sources but also serve as dense sources of minerals.