Natural Sources of Iodine
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Natural Sources of Iodine

You all know how much I love unrefined sea salt, but many people are shocked when they find out that unrefined sea salt is actually good for you, which is why I recommend it for my Beyond Diet members!

Salt has gotten such a bad reputation because most people eat commercially processed table salt, which is very unhealthy and often associated with high blood pressure. And I totally agree. I would never use table salt or recommend it to anyone.

However, unrefined sea salt is actually quite healthy for you. Our bodies love unrefined sea salt because it offers minerals, nutrients, and sodium chloride, which our bodies need to function at a healthy level.

Unfortunately, one thing unrefined sea salt doesn't include is iodine.

Have you ever heard of iodine? Iodine is a mineral used in the production of thyroid hormones, which control the body's metabolism. In addition to regulating the body's metabolism, thyroid hormones (remember, full of iodine) aid in bone and brain development. This is especially important for infants and pregnant women.

The National Institutes of Health recommend that teens and adults consume 150 micrograms of iodine each day. Infants (birth to 12 months) should consume between 110 and 130 micrograms of iodine daily. Pregnant women need about 220 micrograms of iodine each day.

Since iodine is not in our yummy unrefined sea salt, what are some natural sources of this great mineral?

I'm glad you asked!

As a general rule, most seafood is inherently full of iodine. Cod, shrimp, and dark tuna are all great sources. If you are feeling particularly daring, try some seaweed! Seaweed actually has the highest iodine content out of most seafood.

For other organic egg lovers out there, we are in luck! Organic eggs are a wonderful source of iodine, as are milk and yogurt (raw and organic are best). There is also a small amount of iodine in cheese (again, raw is best).

Some fruits, veggies, and nuts also contain iodine, as long as they were grown in iodine-rich soil. Strawberries contain the most iodine, along with apples, dates, pineapples, and mangoes.

Artichokes and spinach are great veggie sources of iodine, and black walnuts are another. And, believe it or not, cinnamon and pepper both contain iodine! Last, but certainly not least, garlic is also a great way to consume iodine.

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