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trish44
Monday, February 12, 2007, 1:11pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Has anyone ever been prescribed iodine?  and taken it?  I wonder if all who are low thyroid are deficient in iodine.


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Monday, February 12, 2007, 1:42pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Iodine is necessary to make thyroid hormone. Paint a circle of iodine on your skin, if it disappears quickly you may be deficient. Fucus contains iodine.
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How silly of me.  I did that a few years back.  Now I do remember.  Just did a search, and found a good bit of information.  Thanks for your response.


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I do take SeaKelp 300mg's thers'  some 300ug's of iodine in...that's enough , I guess  
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Good idea.  I recently got some kelp seasoning.  Don't use it enough though, I am sure.  How long do you think the liquid bladderwrack would keep on the shelf?  I bought some years ago, and some left.  Do you think I should toss it?  Probably loses its potency, I would think.  


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yuppers, I think, might be + - ok for some 2-3 years and then .....better and safer
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