Seaweed contains iodine and I was told that iodine is not good for people with a sluggish thyroid. Is this correct

by Ruti
(London)

Seaweed contains iodine and I was told that iodine is not good for people with a sluggish thyroid? Is this correct?

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May 15, 2010
Iodine for sluggish thyroid
by: Mica

Seaweed does contain iodine. People with hyperthyroidism are advised not to take iodine while it is recommended for people with hypothyroidism to take iodine.

Seaweed happens to be a good source of natural iodine. For more information, check out Dr. Ryan Drum's article on thyroid disease.

Jun 05, 2011
thyroid question
by: Dennis Madison

I'm 62 years old and a male and was told I had silent thyroiditis. I have frequent bloodwork and the range is normal.

I am very fatigued, no energy, life doesn't mea hardly anything to me. I take vitamins and supplements to halp with energy, nothing works.

Please give me advice of what to do. Thanks.

Dennis Madison
ky1402@brtc.net

May 27, 2015
seaweed
by: Kris

Its strange to hear that seaweed do contain iodine! Our team of scientists has done writemyessayonline.blogspot.com research and found that one can used that seaweed iodine to reduce thyroid problems.

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