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Old 03-08-2013, 08:34 PM   #26
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I occasionally have heart palpitations and my metabolism sucks... wonder if this would help
Yes it will. But also,,,,,,,for palpitations you need to up your Vitamin D-3 levels significantly.

I have a lot of experience with both Iodoral Iodine and Vitamin D-3.

Taking high levels of Vitamin D-3 stopped my palpitations.......and I
take Iodoral Iodine along with my thyroid medicine to augment it.

I am not prescribing to you. You need to contact your physician for that purpose but I am relating my experience only.
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Iodoral - Iodide 12.5 mg.

http://www.optimox.com/pics/Iodine/opt_Iodoral.htm

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This is where I purchase mine

http://store.thegreenpharmacy.com/ca...eyword=Iodoral
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http://www.freegrab.net/Iodine%20update.htm#section18
http://tinyurl.com/iodine-references
http://jackkruse.com/forum/showthrea...-iodine-Thread!!!

Great Iodine resources.

Also I highly recommend the book Iodine Why You Need It Why You Can't Live Without It by David Brownstein, M.D.

Very good book
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Default Dr. Sherry Tenpenny outlines the many disorders from iodine deficiency

Dr. Sherry Tenpenny outlines the many disorders from iodine deficiency - 62 min.


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Default The TOP 5 Best Food Sources Of Iodine

The TOP 5 Best Food Sources Of Iodine
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(Michael Ravensthorpe) Iodine is an essential trace nutrient that is responsible for producing thyroid hormones. These hormones are responsible for regulating the metabolism, which affects the speed with which our bodies use energy, the regulation of body temperatures, cholesterol, and heart rates, mental and physical growth, and more.

Without an adequate intake of iodine, our metabolism would become sluggish, resulting in a plethora of serious medical conditions – including an inability to lose weight.

Sadly, iodine deficiencies are widespread throughout the world because iodine is seldom found in land-based foods such as fruits and vegetables. In order to receive enough of this vital nutrient through diet, we need to look to the oceans.

Foods Rich in Iodine

#5. Himalayan salt

Though many people meet their RDI of iodine through iodized table salt, I cannot recommend it since table salt (sodium chloride) is toxic to the human body, and the iodine with which it is fortified is inorganic and synthetic. Instead, favor real salt such as unrefined sea salt or – better yet – Himalayan salt.

Half a gram of Himalayan salt contains a full spectrum of 84 trace minerals, including 250 micrograms of iodine (or 167 percent of our RDI). The great thing about real salt is that it can be added to almost any meal. Simply sprinkle it atop your food and you’ll never have to worry about iodine again.

#4. Sea vegetables

Sea vegetables, or seaweeds, are the kings of iodine – which makes sense, since iodine ions mainly concentrate in oceans and saltwater pools. Though all sea vegetables are rich in iodine, perhaps the greatest source is bladderwrack. 50 grams of dried bladderwrack contain over 100 percent of our recommended daily intake (RDI) of iodine.

Moreover, since bladderwrack is a natural seawater plant, its iodine ions are more easily-absorbed than those of iodized salt and other inorganic sources. Other sea vegetables with unusually high levels of iodine include arame, dulse, kombu, nori, and wakame. 50 grams of each will almost certainly meet an adult’s RDI of iodine, unless the seaweed is of poor quality.

#3. Baked potatoes

Baked potatoes are one of the best land-based source of iodine, but please remember that soil quality plays an important role here. Generally speaking, one medium-sized baked potato with skin contains approximately 60 micrograms of iodine, or 40 percent of our RDI. Organically-farmed potatoes, grown on nutrient-rich soil, often contain more.

#2. Plain yogurt

Though yogurt is best-known for its calcium and protein content, this curdled milk product is also surprisingly rich in iodine. One cup of yogurt provides us with 90 micrograms of it, or 60 percent of our RDI. For comparison, one cup of milk contains 56 micrograms of iodine.

#1. Navy beans

Beans are highly nutritious, and can be found in many “foods richest in” lists. Iodine is no exception. Half a cup of cooked navy beans, for example, provides us with 32 micrograms of iodine, or 21 percent of our RDI. Other good sources include lima beans, string beans, and soybeans..........................................continued
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