Has anyone here followed this or had any experience with iodine supplementation?
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Never heard of this before. Guess I've got something new to binge research.
worth looking into. any organic sources of iodine?
I've ordered in a book called The Iodine Crisis but still waiting on it to come in
Spoke to a doctor about this, he says for the most part everyone gets iodine from salt in the food they eat.
if you are a vegeterian or just avoid salt, perhaps this is something you should look into.
if you are losing hair or feeling weak, you should look into this,
I got the drops he recommended. Didn't notice a difference
Seaweed is crazy high in it, and also great to add to cooking for its flavor.
Just eat table salt.
I buy a package of dulse every week and add it to my salad. It's also pretty decent in potassium.
There is enough iodine in bread and many other products that contains salt to make sure you don't suffer iodine depletion. If this was actually a thing people would develop goiter very frequently.
>still eating the modern chemical mixture commonly known as bread
I've started drinking water with two teaspoons of seawater salt every morning, I can't tell if it's placebo or not, but I skipped a week from doing this, and I felt as before, tired, fatigued quickly, wanted to go home the entire day.
I bake my own bread, though - I don't like all the chemicals in bread you buy, and it's really easy to bake it yourself without any special equipment
Like with most vitamins/nutriets, there's a difference between being deficient to the point of illness and deficient enough to retard optimal functioning
If you're putting in effort in the gym it could make a small but significant difference. If you're a standard issue mouthbreather it'll do dick all, just like everything else that gets shilled
I am trying to understand what you wrote, but i'm having a hard time
>add sea salt to water
seasalt is not iodized (in the US anyway) so I think he may be retatrded.
well basically everyone on this board is fine, then
Been taking two teaspoons of seawater salt every morning. Before doing this I felt fatigued easily, wanted to go home all the time, etc. To check this I stopped doing it for a week, and I felt like I did before I started this habit.
Not from the US of A, buddy :^) and it has iodine here, we don't get our thyroids jewed.
I also bake my own bread, user. Started as soon as I moved out of the college dorms 2 years ago, and I never even looked back. Takes like 2 minutes to throw it together, come back in a couple hours and bake it.
just take a multivitamin holy.
>trusting a multivitamin made by ((((them))))