Thyrodine is Iodine Supplementation
Thyrodine support and protects your thyroid gland (even from radiation damage), balances hormones (reduce mood swings), and strengthen immunity.
- Better Energy Management, Endurance
- Reduced joint and muscle pains
- Improved elasticity of muscles and tendons
- Faster healing and repair from injuries
- Clearer Thinking, Less Brain Fog
- More Insulin Sensitivity, Better Blood Glucose Management
- Improved Sweating Mechanism for Detoxification
- Better Elimination
- Decreased Menstrual Problems (PMS, mood swings)
- Reduced Body Odors (vaginal, foot, underarm, etc.)
- Lower Chance of Miscarriage
- Effective on Ringworm, and Toenail fungus
- Warmer Hands and Feet (thermoregulation)
What if you could get an optimal level of iodine into your blood and tissues without mega dosing?
Your thyroid would have the necessary nutrients it needs to support its proper function without concern for having too much.
Nascent iodine, or detoxified atomic iodine, made to the specification introduced by Edgar Cayce, is non-toxic, highly absorbable, and effective.
Your thyroid gland is one of your body’s largest endocrine glands (secretes their hormones directly into your blood). It controls how quickly you use energy, make proteins, and controls how sensitive your body should be to other hormones. The thyroid does this by utilizing both iodine and tyrosine to aid in the production of thyroid hormones such as T3 (triiodothyronine) and T4 (thyroxine). Without proper levels of iodine, your thyroid would not be able to maintain production of T3 and T4 and deficiencies can occur.
Solutions? Allopathic medicine says that the microscopic amount of iodine put in table salt is sufficient to meet man’s physiological needs. While a more radical school of natural health speaks of taking grams (thousands of milligrams) of iodine at a time and how that is safe. As with everything the truth lies between these two extremes. Those who advocate taking no iodine are trying to make customers for the medical industry. Those who advocate a very high iodine intake are trying to get past its lack of absorption by pumping in more, even if it causes toxicity (which according to toxicology might be had at a level of dosing above 1000 mcg. daily).
Iodine is an essential trace element for life. Iodine’s main role is for the making of the thyroid hormone thyroxin. Your thyroid gland actively absorbs iodide from your blood to make and release the hormones T3 and T4 into your blood, actions which are regulated by a second hormone TSH from your pituitary. If your intake of iodine is low, then your thyroid hormone level will be low as well.
In the event of a release of radioactive isotope of iodine (I-131) is one of the toxins found in radioactive fallout. The thyroid absorbs this isotope and this causes serious damage to the thyroid gland. Taking iodine before, and even after a nuclear event, keeps the body from absorbing the isotope into the thyroid.