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  1. photo Warning signs of <b>iodine</b> deficiencyWarning signs of iodine deficiencyNews
    Iodine is a trace element that the body needs for the production of thyroid hormones. The thyroid gland combines iodine with tyrosine, an amino acid, to manufacture the thyroid hormonesRead more
  2. photo <b>Iodine</b> can prevent or help cure breast cancerIodine can prevent or help cure breast cancerNews
    lately on women told they are genetically predisposed to getting breast cancer.That other option could be a good diet with supplemental iodine. Exactly why iodine offers the other option for preventingRead more
  3. photo Nascent <b>iodine</b> preparedness pack launched by the Natural News Store; incredible value for storable <b>iodine</b>Nascent iodine preparedness pack launched by the Natural News Store; incredible value for storable iodineNews
    By popular request, we've just finished putting together a nascent iodine "preparedness pack" with a seriously extended shelf life for long-term preparedness.Here's how it works, and here are someRead more
  4. photo Original Nascent <b>Iodine</b> available now at Natural News, delivering 80% more monatomic <b>iodine</b> per bottle than glycerin-based formulasOriginal Nascent Iodine available now at Natural News, delivering 80% more monatomic iodine per bottle than glycerin-based formulasNews
    Nascent iodine has been in short supply all year due to concerns surrounding Fukushima as well as steady promotion of iodine supplements by a variety of companies. Natural News now has a HealthRead more
  5. photo Methyl <b>Iodine</b> Manufacturer Kills Its Toxic Strawberry FumigantMethyl Iodine Manufacturer Kills Its Toxic Strawberry FumigantArticle
    of the product in the U.S. Methyl iodine was used to replace the ozone-damaging methyl bromide, and instead of a welcome solution, became its own source of controversy, inciting protests from farming communitiesRead more
  6. photo Strawberries 'n Cancer: Methyl <b>Iodine's</b> Future Uncertain in CaliforniaStrawberries 'n Cancer: Methyl Iodine's Future Uncertain in CaliforniaArticle
    Methyl iodine, the neurotoxin chemical used to fumigate strawberry and tomato fields before planting, is at the heart of a growing debate in California just a year after former GovernorRead more
  7. photo Wakame: an <b>iodine</b>-rich seaweed with impressive fat burning propertiesWakame: an iodine-rich seaweed with impressive fat burning propertiesNews
    fiber, which is unusual for a seaweed (arame, bladderwrack and agar, for example, are comprised of between 20 and 40 percent fiber).Iodine -- Due to ongoing soil depletion, sea vegetables have longRead more
  8. photo Is your thyroid sluggish? Foods that benefit the thyroid with selenium and <b>iodine</b>Is your thyroid sluggish? Foods that benefit the thyroid with selenium and iodineNews
    thyroid gland must have iodine to produce T3 and T4. Good food sources include the well known meat, seafood, yogurt, milk, and eggs, as well as...Vegan sources of iodine: Blackstrap molasses SeaweedRead more
  9. photo Nascent <b>iodine</b> tinctures found remarkably clean of heavy metals: Health Ranger laboratory analysis publishedNascent iodine tinctures found remarkably clean of heavy metals: Health Ranger laboratory analysis publishedNews
    The latest heavy metals analysis by the , editor of , shows that all liquid iodine supplements tested were remarkably clean of toxic heavy metals including lead, arsenic, cadmiumRead more
  10. photo Surprise! Doctors suddenly urge <b>iodine</b> supplementation for pregnant women to protect developing brainsSurprise! Doctors suddenly urge iodine supplementation for pregnant women to protect developing brainsNews
    are deficient in iodine and have urged widespread iodine supplementation to protect the development of their babies' brains.Iodine is, of course, an essential mineral for supporting fetal development, breastRead more

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Iodine is a chemical element with symbol I and atomic number 53. The name is from Greek ἰοειδής ioeidēs, meaning violet or purple, due to the color of elemental iodine vapor.Iodine and its compounds are primarily used in nutrition, and industrially in the production of acetic acid and certain polymers. Iodine's relatively high atomic number, low toxicity, and ease of attachment to organic...More