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i—Throid IODINE

IODINE deficiency is occurring at epidemic rates across the United States.  The consequences of iodine deficiency are severe: mental retardation, lowered IQ, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), infertility, thyroid problems, and cancer of the breast, prostate, ovaries, thyroid and uterus.  There is no doubt that this deficiency is responsible (at least in-part) for the epidemic of cancers of the breast and prostate as well as thyroid disorders.  Clinical experience has clearly shown that it is impossible to treat these disorders as well as other chronic illnesses such as autoimmune diseases without ensuring adequate iodine intake.

For more than 100 years, iodine has been known as the element that is necessary for thyroid hormone production.  However, it is rare to see any further mention of iodine’s other effects.  Iodine is found in each of the trillion cells in the body.  Without adequate iodine levels, life itself is not possible.

Iodine is not only necessary for the production of thyroid hormone, it is also responsible for the production of all of  the other hormones of the body.  Adequate iodine levels are necessary for proper immune system function. Iodine contains potent antibacterial, anti-parasitic, antiviral, and anticancer properties. Iodine is also effective for treating fibrocystic breast and ovarian cysts.

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