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I decided one time to switch to sea salt because I thought it was pretty and I liked it better. But it didn't have iodine in it. I'm a major saltaholic. I eat meat with nothing but a lot of salt on it. I salt salads. I had my thyroid tested. It was low and I went on meds. Then I figured out that maybe it was the salt. I switched back to the regular old cheap table salt with iodine in it. My levels went back to normal almost immediately and I stopped the meds. Haven't had a problem since.
I recently found a site, in which an American family collects seaweed and then turns it into granules so that you can sprinkle it on other food. The kelp granules taste very much like salt. The beauty of trying to get iodine from food is of course you don't need to worry so much about supplement balance. Here is a link in case you are interested...https://www.seaveg.com/shop/
Thank you for sharing that, demuralist! I will check it out.
I can't believe you stole my snazzy purple clogs and used them for your gardening shoes, Lady Friend!!! You. Are. FIRED.
FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!
(Just quietly, if Lady Friend spends her days rasslin' sheep whilst Gay Panda focuses on rasslin' a keyboard, it may *perhaps* be advisable to put your money on LF. Just sayin'. No offence, Pandy-poo. )
I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best.