Iodine

Magnesium and Iodine Deficiency

These two minerals are the two most common deficiencies that are responsible for a wide range of health issues. Read More

Seaweed

One of the vegetables you definitely don’t want to miss out on is seaweed. You probably never thought about sea plants as a group of vegetables, did you? But just like fish and other seafood, seaweed is packed with nutrients, minerals, vitamins, and many health benefits! Read More

Iodine Deficiency Common and Debilitating

After 25 years of iodine deficiency you are likely to develop the cancer of your sex glands. That’s prostate for men, ovaries and breasts for women. Read More

Potassium Iodide (SSKI)

It’s very likely that SSKI helps eliminate fibrocystic breast disease and ovarian cysts at least partly through it’s interaction with estrogens Read More

Iodine Health Benefits

There is growing evidence that Americans would have better health and a lower incidence of cancer and fibrocystic disease of the breast if they consumed more iodine. A decrease in iodine intake coupled with an increased consumption of competing halogens, fluoride and bromide, has created an epidemic of iodine deficiency in America. Read More

Iodine Skin Test

The iodine disappearance rate is unrelated to thyroid disease or even iodine content of the body Read More

Iodine Deficiency Effects

While iodine will help the thyroid increase the production of hormone where necessary, it also inhibits over-release from the gland by giving thyroid enzymes what they want. Read More

Iodine Research

The RDA for iodine was based on the amount of iodine/iodide needed to prevent goiter, extreme mental retardation and hypothyroidism. The optimal requirement of the whole human body for iodine has never been studied. Read More

Iodine Deficiency Causes

All glands (thyroid, adrenal, etc.) especially need iodine for the production of hormones. Read More

Iodine Malabsorption and Staph Infections

Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) is a tough, hardy and insistent pathogen that can cause major upsets in a healthy system and it can be devastating (I mean deadly) to a protein deficient system. Read More

Iodine Dosage

Based on numerous studies, optimum supplementation of Iodine is also highly recommended Read More

Iodine Applications

Iodine is a trace mineral produced by the body that is essential for normal growth and development. Read More

Iodine: Universal Nutrient

We are just beginning to rediscover the amazing curative powers of iodine. Read More

Iodine

Insufficient intake of organic iodine in modern diet has led to a serious and chronic form of low-grade hypothyroidism. Increasing your iodine level will allow your thyroid function and metabolic rate to return to normal. Kelp and other sea weed naturally contain iodine. Read More

Iodine Necessary for a Healthy Thyroid

Your thyroid will steal available iodine at the expense of your reproductive organs. Read More

Iodine Deficiency Common and Debilitating

After 25 years of iodine deficiency you are likely to develop the cancer of your sex glands. That’s prostate for men, ovaries and breasts for women. Read More

Iodine and Your Health

Iodine is needed in the ovaries, and Russian studies done some years ago showed a relationship between iodine deficiency and the presence of cysts in the ovaries. The greater the iodine deficiency, the more ovarian cysts a woman produces. In its extreme form, this condition is known as polycystic ovarian disease. Read More

How Much Iodine Do You Need?

The answer to how much iodine do you need depends on whom you ask. Read More

Help for Iodine Deficiency

Reduce Iodine Deficiency with sea plants. Read More

Benefits of Iodine Supplementation

Every organ that secretes something (not just the mucus) needs large amounts of iodine to function well Read More

Iodine is Vital for Good Health

Forty years ago the food industry decided to remove iodine from baked goods and replace the iodine with bromine Read More

Iodine Therapy for Influenza and More

The sicker the patient the more iodine they would need with most average patients needing 25 to 50 mgs with 12 mg being a good maintenance dose though of course this varies with the quality of ones diet and with ones location Read More

Iodine Insufficiency FAQs

Research work has shown that iodine deficiency in the thyroid presents as a thyroid goiter (enlargement of the thyroid). Read More

Iodine for Yeast Overgrowth

My 15 years of experience with people with the yeast syndrome and years of following the conventional medical literature have led me to my hypothesis about yeast overgrowth being central to the causation of most chronic medical diseases. Read More

Iodine for Radiation Exposure

Iodine will do nothing to protect a person from uranium, cesium or plutonium contamination so one has to turn to heavy metal detoxification to remove these other particles as fast as possible. Read More

Iodine for Pets

How to use Iodine for Pets. Read More

Bioavailability of Iodine to Skin

Iodine is being used extensively as a prophylactic and therapeutic agent by application to the outer integument, Read More