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Why IODINE is so important, and what iodine deficiencies do to the body

 
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Why IODINE is so important, and what iodine deficiencies do to the body
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"Iodine is detected in every organ and tissue in the body. It is found in high levels in the thyroid gland, liver, lung, heart, and adrenal glands. It is found in the highest concentrations in fat and muscle tissue. It is depleted out of the thyroid gland and other tissues when thyroid hormone medications are prescribed. Iodine has been considered so important that up until 20 years ago, it had been routinely added to bread as a supplement. Now because of politics and fear of iodine, the thyroid-toxin bromine has taken its place as a bread supplement. And in the past 20 years there has been an increased prevalence of obesity, diabetes, and hypertension, as well as more thyroid and breast cancers."


The Iodine Test to see if you are deficient or not:

If you are one of those who would like more proof that your body needs or does not need iodine, let me share a simple test. But a bottle of Tincture of Iodine at the drug store and paint a 2" square spot on your inner arm. If it disappears in less than eight hours, you desperately need iodine. If it disappears in 24 hours, you also need iodine. If it simply stays on your arm and begins to slowly fade in color after a full 24 hours, you have already reached iodine sufficiency.

Iodine deficiency is known to create a host of ills including obesity. As we all know, healthy iodine levels also protect us from excess radiation. I suggest to everyone to click on the link above and read this article. This article was really eye opening for me as I recently found out several weeks ago I had a sluggish thyroid relating to iodine deficiency.
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Re: Why IODINE is so important, and what iodine deficiencies do to the body
bump for iodide.
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[link to www.oasisadvancedwellness.com]

"Iodine is detected in every organ and tissue in the body. It is found in high levels in the thyroid gland, liver, lung, heart, and adrenal glands. It is found in the highest concentrations in fat and muscle tissue. It is depleted out of the thyroid gland and other tissues when thyroid hormone medications are prescribed. Iodine has been considered so important that up until 20 years ago, it had been routinely added to bread as a supplement. Now because of politics and fear of iodine, the thyroid-toxin bromine has taken its place as a bread supplement. And in the past 20 years there has been an increased prevalence of obesity, diabetes, and hypertension, as well as more thyroid and breast cancers."


The Iodine Test to see if you are deficient or not:

If you are one of those who would like more proof that your body needs or does not need iodine, let me share a simple test. But a bottle of Tincture of Iodine at the drug store and paint a 2" square spot on your inner arm. If it disappears in less than eight hours, you desperately need iodine. If it disappears in 24 hours, you also need iodine. If it simply stays on your arm and begins to slowly fade in color after a full 24 hours, you have already reached iodine sufficiency.

Iodine deficiency is known to create a host of ills including obesity. As we all know, healthy iodine levels also protect us from excess radiation. I suggest to everyone to click on the link above and read this article. This article was really eye opening for me as I recently found out several weeks ago I had a sluggish thyroid relating to iodine deficiency.
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Does betadine qualify as 'iodine ?? As I have a bottle of that so I wouldn't have to buy Iodine to do the patch test..
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thanks for sharing ! K+


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I have been using this iodine test for months, and everyone I know has been low in iodine.


However, years ago not everyone came up low. I beleive that this has occurred due to the radiation in the air and water supply.
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Atomadyne!!!!
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I don't know about doing a patch test with topical iodine as an indication of deficiency...but it will tell you if you're allergic or not!!

The best test for iodine levels is a urine spot test. The results will show levels going back 6 months!!

There can be endogenous iodide stored in skin cells so that's why I think that a skin test wouldn't be very accurate. Some of the endogenous iodide can be washed off, sweated off or simply showing a higher or lesser amount depending on the time of day you're testing. e.g., you'll have less iodine in your body in the morning.
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[link to www.oasisadvancedwellness.com]

"Iodine is detected in every organ and tissue in the body. It is found in high levels in the thyroid gland, liver, lung, heart, and adrenal glands. It is found in the highest concentrations in fat and muscle tissue. It is depleted out of the thyroid gland and other tissues when thyroid hormone medications are prescribed. Iodine has been considered so important that up until 20 years ago, it had been routinely added to bread as a supplement. Now because of politics and fear of iodine, the thyroid-toxin bromine has taken its place as a bread supplement. And in the past 20 years there has been an increased prevalence of obesity, diabetes, and hypertension, as well as more thyroid and breast cancers."


The Iodine Test to see if you are deficient or not:

If you are one of those who would like more proof that your body needs or does not need iodine, let me share a simple test. But a bottle of Tincture of Iodine at the drug store and paint a 2" square spot on your inner arm. If it disappears in less than eight hours, you desperately need iodine. If it disappears in 24 hours, you also need iodine. If it simply stays on your arm and begins to slowly fade in color after a full 24 hours, you have already reached iodine sufficiency.

Iodine deficiency is known to create a host of ills including obesity. As we all know, healthy iodine levels also protect us from excess radiation. I suggest to everyone to click on the link above and read this article. This article was really eye opening for me as I recently found out several weeks ago I had a sluggish thyroid relating to iodine deficiency.
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Thank you for posting this! Excellent! Many blessings to you!

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