Iodine

Iodine, Iodide

It’s important to get enough iodine in the diet. It regulates hormones, fetal development, and more. Also called iodide, iodine is a type of mineral that’s naturally found in the earth’s soil and ocean waters. Many salt water and plant-based foods contain iodine, and this mineral is most-widely available in iodized salt.

Nutraceutic

  • Origin Mineral
  • Source Itself
  • Type Mineral

Nutritional Support

The concept of healthy nutrition involves a good functioning and homeostasis of all systems and organs of the body, in order to prevent diseases and dysfunctions. The substances consumed for this purpose help general health because they are essential nutrients that have wide functionality in many areas of the body, influencing inflammatory signaling and metabolic pathways that are strongly relevant to most major health problems.
  • Nutrient Supplementation

    The metabolism of nutrients (absorption and different uses for each molecule) is highly linked to the body's vital functions. All the vitamins and minerals are essencial for the whole functioning of cells, hormones, metabolism, etc. When in deprivation of any nutrient, the body starts to show illnesses that can be treated with the right supplementation.
  • Toxicity Toxic in high doses
  • Side effects Goitre, Hormonal Disturbs
  • Warnings Thyroid Disorders, Hypothyroidism, Hyperthyroidism

Why be Careful

Both iodine deficiency as well as iodine excess may cause goitre

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