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Supplements for thyroid and energy
- Kelp is a natural source of iodine, which contributes to normal thyroid function, normal cognitive function and the maintenance of normal skin.
- Rich in iodine?
- Good for vegans
- One tablet before meals is enough
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You probably recognize iodine from salt in the grocery store. But what is it really good for? Among other things, iodine contributes to the normal functioning of the thyroid gland and the production of hormones, and to the normal functioning of the body’s nervous system and energy metabolism. If you are vegan, or eat a lot of semi-finished products, it may be a good idea to add iodine in the form of kelp. It is a type of brown seaweed that is a natural and rich source of iodine.
More about kelp
Kelp is a brown seaweed that is a natural source of the trace element iodine. This kelp is wild-caught from Canada.
Among other things, iodine contributes to the normal production of thyroid hormones and to normal thyroid function.
Iodine also contributes to normal energy metabolism, the normal functioning of the nervous system and the maintenance of normal skin.
Each tablet contains 225 mcg of iodine from kelp.
Related studies and articles
U.S. Army Research Institute study on the important role of iodine in regulating key physiological functions, including metabolism and brain development and function in children and adults.
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Review of recently published studies focusing on the recurring problem of iodine deficiency as a global concern and reduced intake among populations in developed countries
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Oregon State University discusses the international effort to eradicate iodine deficiency and also mentions doses of iodine used in some studies.
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