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Iodine – to take or not to take, that is the question!

Thursday, March 17, 2011 by Amanda

The health benefits and, in fact, the essential nature of iodine, appears to be a huge cover up by doctors and the pharmaceutical industry. Elaine Hollingsworth claims that the iodine in fish and iodised salt falls way short of our daily requirement of between 12.5 and 37.5mg. Our daily needs are dependent on the current state of our health.

Some of the ailments it is said to help with are depression, migraines, constipation, cancer, menstrual problems and other feminine complaints, thyroid and adrenal problems, and diabetes. Iodine is not held up as the cure for all but, according to Elaine, it is certainly a good start or a good addition to your current health program.

She recommends an inexpensive product called “Lugol’s solution” which is becoming harder and harder to get due to medical propaganda on iodine. I managed to find a New Zealand product which is said to be the same “Clinicians Iodine Oral Drops” www.clinicians.co.nz.

Dr David M Derry, MD, PhD, author ‘Breast Cancer and Iodine’ says that “Iodine is by far the best antibiotic, antiviral and antiseptic of all time.”

Has anyone had experience with using iodine?

Source: Take Control of Your Health and Escape the Sickness Industry (11th Edition) by Elaine Hollingsworth, pages 18-20 www.doctorsaredangerous.com



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