More on Nascent Iodine:
A deficiency in the trace element iodine may start out small. Your thyroid gland requires iodine to produce hormones. Low intake of iodine can cause a number of “mysterious” symptoms that may not at first result in disease. If the thyroid isn’t getting enough iodine, it can’t do its job. This will make other systems in the body to work harder to compensate.
The thyroid hormones are T3 and T4, which are made of 1 molecule of Tyrosine and 3 or 4 molecules of iodine respectively. T3 is the active hormone, but the thyroid produces mostly T4. Your body will then transport all T4 to your liver or kidney. Here the action of two enzymes, called deiodinases, will remove 1 molecule of iodine to synthesize the active T3.
Even minor iodine deficiency can affect ovulation, possibly causing infertility. Short-term symptoms of iodine deficiency may also include brain fog, tingling hands and feet, constipation and a slowed metabolism. Depression, anxiety, fatigue, insomnia, hair loss and weight gain may develop too.
Taking 1-3 drops of nascent iodine in a half glass of water each day, may be enough to correct a mild-to-severe iodine deficiency.
The World Health Authority recommends all women of childbearing age to supplement with iodine. This is critical in the first few weeks of pregnancy as well as when breast feeding.
1 drop will give you 233% NRV. 1 bottle will provide 1500 servings!