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The Newest on Acid Minerals
Iodine (I) — Acid Mineral
Nutrients in Food
Foods: Sea Vegetables: (Kelp), Yogurt, low-fat milk
RDA: Adults= 150 mcg
Pregnant Females= 220 mcg
Lactating Females= 290 mcg
Brussels sprouts, cabbage, turnips
Iodine is required to maintain a proper rate of digestion and for utilization of fats
Iodine assists in regulating cholesterol levels
Prolonged deficiency may lead to obesity
Major mineral for the thyroid gland
Iodine is vital for the development of infants’ mental and physical structure
Goiter: an enlargement of the thyroid gland is often caused by an iodine deficiency
Iodine is vital for the growth system because the hormone thyroxine is required for bodily growth
Iodine keeps the skin and hair in good condition
Iodine maintains the nervous system and is required for normal cellular growth
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Yours in Health,
Silke Heine, Owner of Simplify Holistic Nutrition
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