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    ”Hobbit” was ”iodine-deficient human, not another species”


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    Ahahaha! Well it is good that they caught that before we went decades believing that these weren't humans.

    Iodine deficiency in pregnancy and growth (and afterwards) is pretty detrimental and I don't believe for one second that 150mcg is optimal. Pregnant women should really pay more attention to every detail and rely less on CW. My mother didn't know anything about nutrition and now look at me. I'm a raccoon. That's like sub-hobbit.
    Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.

    Anyone who wants to talk nutrition should PM me!

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    And here all this time I thought hobbits were a fictional species from fantasy novels

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    And Bilbo sat, smoking his weed and mulling over his thyroid.

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    Filthy hobbitses! We hates them!

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    That's actually hard to believe given they were found on an island, a not very big island, surrounded by water, full of seafood.

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