The World Health Organization estimates that around 2 billion people worldwide are iodine deficient!

Table salt is bleached sodium chloride that contains other harmful halides (chemicals) and shouldn’t be considered as an adequate source of iodine.

Iodine deficiency is one of the leading causes of hypothyroidism.

 

 

Common Iodine Deficiency Symptoms Include:

Persistent swelling or soreness in the neck and throat.
Unexplained weight gain.
Fatigue.
Muscle soreness.
Brain fog.
Memory loss and mood disorders, such as anxiety or depression.

Cyst formations in the ovaries.
Uterine fibroids.
Complications in the prostate.

Hair loss.
Dry skin.
Fluctuations in heart rate can occur.

Feeling colder than usual.
Fibrocystic breast disease.

Gastric issues, such as colitis.
Autoimmune conditions.

Thyroid, breast, prostate, and other reproductive system-related cancers.

What are the most effective holistic strategies to deal with this problem?

The natural way to assist with iodine deficiency is Kelp or Seaweed tablets, which are rich in iodine and a relatively inexpensive supplement to purchase.

Use a non-fluoride toothpaste, as fluoride is very harmful to the thyroid gland. Most people do not consider the proximity of the mouth and thyroid when brushing their teeth. These kinds of toothpaste are often regarded as expensive compared to the average tube, but the benefits are worth the cost. You can also make toothpaste using coconut oil and bicarbonate of soda and peppermint oil.

Investing in an excellent, efficient water filter as most water systems have added fluoride, so check with your local water authority as this information is publically available.

Boosting your liver and kidney function as well as taking measures to get rid of bromide, fluoride, and chlorine in the body. Milk Thistle is a gentle yet powerful detoxifying herb that strengthens both the liver and the immune system.

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