How To Do An Iodine Patch Test For Your Thyroid

If you are suffering from a sluggish Thyroid, you know the issues that result. Today we show you how to do an Iodine Patch test to see if you are deficient. Watch the video now.

Many women are suffering from Thyroid issues. In fact, we have a post that has the 10 major signs and symptoms on our site.

It is one of our most read articles. Something that many people may be unaware of is that Iodine is essential for your Thyroid Health. Iodine is considered one of the body’s vital nutrients.

via Dr Axe 

The main purpose is for regulating your thyroid and maintaining a healthy metabolism. Keeping up your Iodine levels is critical in the prevention of diseases like cancer.

Unfortunately, most of us are not consuming anywhere near enough iodine-rich foods. As a result, we are deficient in  iodine. This results in a myriad of health conditions. The best way to get your levels up is to increase the intake of certain foods.

This list from Dr Axe is a great place to start. As you can see, Yogurt is right up there with Seaweed and Cod. You should be looking at organic, grassfed and preferably raw.

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via ancient purity

Here is what Ancient Purity has to say. Iodine is found in every organ of the body and is essential for humans.

Almost all of us are low on iodine. Low iodine levels are linked to many health problems. In 1880, a French physician named Jacques Lugol originated a solution which contains 5% of elemental Iodine in a 10% solution of Potassium Iodide. It has been used steadily ever since.

Iodine And Clear Thinking

A function of Iodine in the human body relates to clear thinking. Iodine is linked with normal cognitive function. This is the process in the brain responsible for memory, attention, learning, reasoning, and decision making. Not only does Iodine play an important role in the brain.

via Dr Christianson 

Iodine And Thyroid

Iodine contributes to the normal production of thyroid hormones and normal thyroid function. It is well established that the Iodine content of the thyroid gland is dependent upon the Iodine available in the food and water intake of the individual.

If the Iodine intake is low, the gland is deprived of the element it needs to do its work. If you are having problems with your thyroid, contact your healthcare professional. They can provide thyroid function tests which can identify the cause of your problem.

How To Perform Iodine Patch Test Video

We are including a video tutorial that shows you how you can perform an Iodine Patch Test in the comfort of your own home. Whilst some may say that this is not the most accurate test, it is used by many Holistic Doctors and is seen as a good indicator.

Of course, we highly recommend that you make your own investigations prior to upping your Iodine intake and you must as always consult a health professional. Click Play above ^

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