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Product Description

Iodoral, by Optimox Inc, contains between 5-20mg iodine and 7.5-30mg potassium iodide per tablet. This has been determined to be the ideal balance for all body tissues. Iodoral may clear up an amazing array of symptoms and little annoyances in our bodies which may be caused by a simple iodine deficiency! One 12.5 mg. tablet of Iodoral supplies an amount of total elemental iodine, comparable to the average daily intake of this essential element by mainland Japanese, a population with a very low prevalence of fibrocystic disease of the breast and breast cancer.

Iodine is an essential element. Although its main function is in the production of thyroid hormones by the thyroid gland, other organs in the body have a need for iodine in order to function normally. Several studies have demonstrated a relationship between low iodine intake and fibrocystic disease of the breast (FDB), both in women and laboratory animals. The minimum amount of iodine required for control and prevention of FDB is equivalent to 0.1mg/kg body weight/day. For example, for a 50 kg woman, the daily amount of iodine would be 5 mg. The thyroid gland needs iodide to function properly.

The RDA limits for vitamins and minerals were established after World War II. One of the last essential elements included in the RDA system was iodine, established in 1980 and confirmed in 1989. The RDA for iodine was based on the amount of iodine/iodide needed to prevent goiter, and hypothyroidism. The optimal requirement of the whole human body for iodine has never been studied. Therefore, the optimal amount of this element for physical and mental wellbeing is unknown. Based on demographic studies, the mainland Japanese consumed an average of 13.8 mg daily and they are one of the healthiest people on planet earth.

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Some additional resources about iodine in the body

About Iodoral

Iodine Deficiency Symptoms

Iodoral Q&A

Dr. Howenstein – Discussion about Iodoral

Dogs and Iodine

T-Nation – What Iodine Is and Why We Need it

Optimox – Manufacturer’s Data

Iodine Research by Dr. Guy Abraham