- December 12, 2011 at 8:05 pm #69025
Jackie2ParticipantTopics: 57Replies: 197
Wondering now that I cut table salt out of diet where do we get our iodine from? I was researching this a bit and wonder if Brown Seaweed would be ok to take? It also works as a metal puller (non scientific term). I know when I had the thrush, I had a broken tooth with my mercury filling exposed…You should have seen how thick that crud was on that tooth in the AM…so I know it is drawn to the mercury or metal in my mouth?
Something to think about?
Just wondering what others think?December 12, 2011 at 8:52 pm #69027
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4811
I’ve talked about iodine several times in the past. I just found this information that I posted on October 3rd.
The quote was;
“If you’re using Himalayan sea salt, you’ll need a good source of iodine. A good brand is “World Organic Liqui-Kelp Daily Iodine.” A few drops a day will do the job.”
The brand of extract you linked to contains organic iodine which should be just fine. But the liquid kelp is much cheaper and a bottle will last for an extremely long time.
As far as the mercury and Candida connection is concerned, I wrote a post about heavy metals and Candida on October 21. Heavy metals include mercury, of course.
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