The extremely erroneous "Wolff–Chaikoff effect" is why medical doctors are so wrong about iodine - yet the "effect" is still being presented in recently published research as a reasonable theory.
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I found something on PubMed (NIH.Gov) this morning that may be of interest to you. If TPTB are putting out information like this, which is exceptionally misleading, there may be a difficulty in getting iodine independent of the medical professional community in our future.
Look Out for Lugol's Matthew Grissinger, RPh, FASCP
Thanks for this info.
Can you please be more specific about "many decades ago the standard treatment of thyroid conditions with iodine was switched to medications that use a more dangerous type of iodine." What is the dangerous types of iodine? What are the good ones? Thank you.
Another informative post! I have already added iodine in my list of supplements since i came to know about the benefits from your website...however the brand available here(the dependable one ,as potassium iodide) has only 140mcg, which i think is much lower to have any benefit, will try to get a higher dosage one ! Many Thanks for guiding us ..
Do you recommend supplementation with potassium iodide? And how much do you advise people? Some practitioners are cautious and others seem to recommend very high dosages