Home Test for Iodine Deficiency 

Iodine deficiency is becoming widespread, so too are thyroid problems.

An easy way to find out if your iodine level is low is to get a tincture of iodine.  Put 3 drops anywhere on the inner arm, rubbing them in with the dropper.  If the patch fades within a few hours it means there is a deficiency. Alternatively, have a blood test.

Iodine is vital for the thyroid, so too is selenium, both of these nutrients are low in our diets. Tyrosine is vital for the thyroid as a combo of this and iodine make up the two thyroid hormones T3 and T4. The conversion needs selenium.

If an iodine deficiency is found, please take iodine drops 5%, selenium and Tyrosine.

Please view this video by Dr David Brownstein on the importance of iodine.


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