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Q: What is the difference between iodized salt and some of the health food store-type liquid iodine? A: The easiest and cheapest way for the food manufactures to supply iodine is to combine it with sodium or potassium. Unfortunately, when iodine is coupled with these elements it forms a solid bond, which is difficult for the body to assimilate, and could cause toxic reactions. On –the-other-hand, when combined with ammonium iodide, iodine easily converts to “free iodine” and, thus, becomes an energy-containing compound. So, the body’s metabolism is often stimulated. Q: What if I buy sea dulse or take kelp? Would this be helpful for thyroid support? A: Most likely, the answer is no. In our re



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