20 Unexpected Sources of a Vital Element for Your Life

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As one of the most important nutrients for female health, iodine contributes to normal bone development in children, brain development in infants and a fetus, the functioning of thyroid glands, proper metabolism and protein manufacturing. It also promotes fertility and improves chances of pregnancy. A severe iodine deficiency is a dangerous condition that might have serious health consequences, so it is important to ensure a sufficient intake of iodine. 

It is found in various foods or is available as a food additive or supplement. It is recommended to receive your iodine intake from regular meals. Here are the most common foods containing iodine




Iodine, ods.od.nih.gov

What are the signs of iodine deficiency, medicalnewstoday.com

Iodine Deficiency, thyroid.org

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