Iodine is a basic need. It is predominantly a part of the thyroid but is present in all bodily tissues and organs to keep us alive and well. We need it to STAY WELL!
It is best known for the vital role it plays in thyroid hormone production. It is crucial for fetal brain development. It’s particularly important in the first 3 months of pregnancy. And it’s always beneficial throughout our lives.
- Supports the thyroid gland
- Fights chronic yeast infections
- Essential to cognitive ability
- Protect against radiation
- Regulating metabolism
- Protecting against cancer
- Optimize energy
- Supports the reproductive system
- Skin and hair improvement.
Food Sources of Iodine
Iodine is a trace element. It can be found in some foods and is available as a dietary supplement. As a trace element, it is required by the body in smaller amounts to keep up with the daily functions of the body and mind. You can find it in sea vegetables and animal proteins such as:
- Sea vegetables
- Organic yogurt
- Organic strawberries
- Raw, organic cheese
- Organic potatoes
- Himalayan pink salt
- Navy beans
- Dried prunes
Recommended Supplement – EnerG-Iodine
What makes this iodine special? It’s more potent and a great source – EnerGy-Iodine is from rock (mineral) instead of plants.
To be sure you are getting enough, consider adding in a quality source of iodine. Keep it simple by adding a drop to your water each morning! Have our doctors check you on it at your next appointment to get your exact dose.