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 Lugol's Iodine

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 Lugol’s Iodine (2 fl. oz.)

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Symptoms of iodine deficiency include muscle cramps, cold hands and feet, proneness to weight gain, poor memory, constipation, depression and headaches, edema, myalgia, weakness, dry skin, and brittle nails. Sources include most sea foods, (ocean fish, but not fresh fish, shellfish, especially oysters), unrefined sea salt, kelp and other sea weeds, fish broth, butter, pineapple, artichokes, asparagus, dark green vegetables and eggs. Certain vegetables, such as cabbage and spinach, can block iodine absorption when eaten raw or unfermented and are called goitrogens. But eating fish won’t give you iodine in mg amounts. To get 13.8 mg iodine, you would have to eat 10-20 pounds of fish per day.

Iodine is needed in microgram amounts for the thyroid, mg amounts for breast and other tissues, and can be used therapeutically in gram amounts. –Dr. David Miller

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 Lugol's Iodine Twin Pack

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Lugol’s Iodine (2 fl. oz.) Twin Pack

Amazing Health Rediscoveries

One 2 oz. bottle has 240 drops.
2 drops = 5 mg.
10 drops = 50 mg. will last 48 days
20 drops = 100 mg. will last 24 days

RDA = Really Dumb Advice
Adult Male= 150 mcg./day
Adult Female = 150 mcg./day
Pregnancy = 220/day
Lactation = 290/day

“RDA doses of Iodine are ineffective in preventing oxidative DNA damage and has no anti- cancer effect in the body.” — Guy Abraham, MD

But eating fish won’t give you iodine in mg amounts. To get 13.8 mg iodine, you would have to eat 10-20 pounds of fish per day.

Iodine is needed in microgram amounts for the thyroid, mg amounts for breast and other tissues, and can be used therapeutically in gram amounts. –Dr. David Miller

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 Lugol's Iodine Family Pack

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Lugol’s Iodine Family Pack — 6 (2 fl. oz.) bottles

Amazing Health Rediscoveries

Symptoms of iodine deficiency include muscle cramps, cold hands and feet, proneness to weight gain, poor memory, constipation, depression and headaches, edema, myalgia, weakness, dry skin, and brittle nails. Sources include most sea foods, (ocean fish, but not fresh fish, shellfish, especially oysters), unrefined sea salt, kelp and other sea weeds, fish broth, butter, pineapple, artichokes, asparagus, dark green vegetables and eggs. Certain vegetables, such as cabbage and spinach, can block iodine absorption when eaten raw or unfermented and are called goitrogens. But eating fish won’t give you iodine in mg amounts. To get 13.8 mg iodine, you would have to eat 10-20 pounds of fish per day.

Iodine is needed in microgram amounts for the thyroid, mg amounts for breast and other tissues, and can be used therapeutically in gram amounts. –Dr. David Miller

Regular price: $141.30
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