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GiGi
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ttp://www.iodinesource.com/ThyroidGland.asp
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This one is worth printing and reading when time allows.

Take care.


P.S. Read it sooner than later. If the hormone producing glands, i.e. thyroid, doesn't work, nothing else will.

[ 31. December 2008, 02:38 PM: Message edited by: GiGi ]

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Thanks tons Gigi !

Very applicable info especially about the importance of mercury as it interferes with thyroid function.

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yes, and the thyroid controls everything else........

Take care.

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Thanks GiGi. Read the entire article. Very good information. It almost makes me want to take Iodoral again in hopes it would help my thyroid even though my holistic doc says it's OK. I don't exactly believe him, but...

My iodine loading tests showed 71%...90%+ excretion is supposedly the optimal level. It may be BS though.

Who knows...

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Thanks Gigi for sharing, very insightful and well written so it is easy to understand.

Ernie

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