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What you didn’t know about iodine, but could save your life

Posted in 2017 with tags , , , , , , on April 2, 2017 by MARIE EMMANUELLE QUILICHINI


Unfortunately, due to today’s environmental pollutants, iodine deficiency has become a worldwide epidemic. It’s common knowledge that pollutants cause cancer, but what many don’t know is that these pollutants cause a deficiency that can make us sick. Iodized salt–supposedly a solution to iodine deficiency– provides a false sense of security. The government RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) of Iodine for adults is a paltry 150 mcg. (micrograms).


  Noted medical doctor Guy Abraham, MD said, “RDA doses of iodine are ineffective in preventing oxidative DNA damage and have no anti-cancer effect in the body.” Did you know that doctors once considered iodine to be one of the most beneficial medicines on the planet? Iodine is utilized by every cell in the human body and a lack of iodine can make it difficult to properly detoxify the body; create thyroid dysfunction and promote cancer cell growth.

With rising concerns of radiation exposure from the Fukushima nuclear power plant explosion, many have turned to iodine to prevent the absorption of radiation. This comes on the heels of a new study that shows the radioactive plume will reach the U.S. by this year.

A study conducted by the University of New South Wales showed that the plume of radioactive cesium-137 released by the Fukushima disaster in 2011 could begin flowing into U.S. coastal waters starting in early 2014 and peak in 2016. Breathing in radioiodine, which is released from nuclear power plants, could hurt your thyroid gland, or even cause thyroid cancer later on.

You could breathe in the radioiodine or eat food that has some radioiodine in it. When you take an iodine (KI) pill, it protects your thyroid gland from being harmed and prevents it from absorbing the radioidine.



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