Most households in the United States keep iodized salt in their pantries as a cooking staple. So naturally we think salt means iodine, but that’s a misconception. We also think (mistakenly) that this is enough iodine to cover our bases. It is fairly uncommon in the United States and in Canada ... View Post
Do As Japan Does, Not As I Say....
So why does the question of how much iodine to take result in discussion of the small island of Japan?
Well, for a couple of reasons...View Post
Iodine deficiency and hypothyroidism go together like peanut butter and jelly - but in a bad way... and the results don't taste great. Here is an iodine / low thyroid symptom list that is often felt by people who are low in iodine and consequently in a state of low, or hypothyroid activity.View Post