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IODINE

someone recently asked if i would do an article about iodine so here it is 
The thyroid 
Iodine - an essential trace element which is found predominantly in sea water and therefore sea food, fish and kelp. Any Iodine in the diet is rapidly absorbed as iodide and is carried by the blood to the thyroid. In the thyroid Iodide is oxidised to iodine which is combined by the amino acid l-tyrosine to produce mono and di-iodotyrosines,his is further converted into two of the three thyroid hormones called T3 Tri-iodithyronine and T4 thyroxin. The hypothalamus releasing hormone controlling these two hormones is called TRH Thyrotropic Releasing hormone which activates TSH pituitary hormone [Thyrotropic Stimulating hormone.] Sodium Chloride, table salt is toxic anyway and does not contain iodine so it is sometimes added. Sea salt on the other hand naturally contains Iodine as well as all the other essential trace elements necessary for life. The salty fluid in our bodies is identical to sea water.
Deficiency of iodine causes many serious health problems, including thyroid malfunction, goitre, malfunction of the metabolism, weight gain, constipation, depression. Iodine is radio-active and so living near a radio-active power point or using cell phones and Wi-Fi etc Low emission radiation LER can interfere with the uptake of Iodine. 
Always use sea salt instead of sodium chloride, 
Sources of Iodine: Sea food, shell fish crab and prawns and oily fish, particularly herring and mackerel. Sea weed therefore Kelp is one of the most valuable natural supplements that will stabilise iodine deficiency.
Symptoms of deficiency: Thyroxin, hypothyroid, apathy, drowsiness, exhaustion, lethargy, sensitive to cold, goose bumps on the skin and a reddish coarseness to the skin, lank hair, depression, weight gain, constipation. Iodine vibrates on the frequency of Blue and my face book cover picture, the pretty blue hair bells are supportive of the iodine pathway. Emotionally we are depleted of iodine when we are unhappy and in particular when we are not able to communicate with the people we love or we have issues with our mothers. [A very complicated relationship]. See FF9 Bluebell formula for the support of the thyroid 
beautiful FF9 Bluebell is the antidote to Low Emission Radiation to iodine support and above all this wonderful formula supports the emotions created by complex Motherhood issues. 
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