Posts Tagged ‘iodine’
Back in the day, we added a specific nutrient to the most frequently eaten food in the country: bread. That nutrient helped to offset a number of conditions that arose due to its deficiency, namely goiter, depressed immune function, mental retardation, and even headaches. Good, right? So why on earth was it taken out and replaced with a different chemical that actually depletes this critical nutrient? And for goodness sakes, why did we then take it a step further and add a second chemical to the most frequently consumed beverage—water—that also depletes this vital nutrient. As a result, we now […]
Continue reading Cancer, Brain Health, and Thyroid Disease: The Iodine Connection
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Tags: goiter, hypothyroidism, iodine, thyroid health, TSH
If you are like most Americans, you’ve likely struggled for years with your weight. No matter what you do, you just cannot seem to drop those extra pounds. On top of that, you are tired all the time and get frequent muscle aches, so forget about dragging yourself to the gym. Plus, you suspect your hair is thinning, or at least it’s really dry, as is your skin. And the cold just rips right through you. No wonder you are irritable, depressed, and have no sex drive. Who would? But what if all this wasn’t just a series of coincidences? […]
Continue reading Iodine: Cure for Hypothyroidism Or Hidden Danger?
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Tags: hypothyroidism, iodine, TSH. goiter
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