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    Quote Originally Posted by chronyx View Post
    Do you guys take extra iodine if you have been swimming in a chlorinated pool? Trained last night and can still smell the stuff in my skin.
    I have heard the competitive swimmers do take iodine for this but I don't know the details or how common it is. I'm guessing that the important issue is being fully saturated in iodine. If you are you probably don't need to increase the dose. But if not, might be worth upping it a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chronyx View Post
    Cheers Grizz, I'm a veteran of iodine supplementation, started on Lugols and Iodoral in 2010, just wondered if it was sensible to take a 'booster' dose after a dip!

    For thread reference I'm on 12.5 - 25mg a day (Iodoral at present) with selenium from calf, chicken, and lamb liver.

    I take 2 - 3g of Vitamin C a day and magnesium citrate.
    Chronix,
    Great to see you are taking iodine. However, you need to also take 1/2 teaspoon of natural seasalt every day, such as Celtic Sea Salt, essential to detox your kidneys. Vitamin B2 & B3 in the form of ATP Cofactors tablet is also recommended to clear detox pathways by Dr. Brownstein.
    Details here.

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    I swim twice a week and don't add extra iodine, though I am still slowly increasing my dose (currently on half a 12.5 iodoral). The community pool I swim in has salt in the water and less chlorine, which helps, and I use swimmers shampoo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizz View Post
    Chronix,
    Great to see you are taking iodine. However, you need to also take 1/2 teaspoon of natural seasalt every day, such as Celtic Sea Salt, essential to detox your kidneys. Vitamin B2 & B3 in the form of ATP Cofactors tablet is also recommended to clear detox pathways by Dr. Brownstein.
    Details here.

    Grizz

    Thanks Grizz, forgot to mention that - I cook with it, add plenty to my kale, spinach, and cauliflower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozbuckley View Post
    Just another quick question, would you recommend I buy the twin pack of Lugols 2% rather than just one bottle? It works out cheaper and Im sure I'd use the second bottle over time right?

    And 8oz = 1 cup right? So 1 drop of 2% lugols in 1 cup of water. So we start of drinking 1oz of this the first week... that equals: 31ml of the iodized water.

    Thanks again

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    OZ,

    Just for your benefit, and for others with potential hypothyroidism, , I have revised the chapter, Starting With Iodine with a special warning to help guide you through a very complex & confusing, misunderstood issue. What do you think?

    I'm happy you showed up - this warning step was vital before starting on iodine, and you were the motivation to get that put into our references in just the right place. I also added ML measurements to the water dosages. What do you think?

    Best of health to you,
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    Question. What disease is the lowest common denominator that causes one or more of the following:
    I know the answer. Can anyone guess what it is? I'm sure everyone has heard of it.

    abdominal bloating and pain
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    I don't know, can you tell us?

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    You will all will be amazed. All of those diseases are caused by gluten sensitivity, celiac disease !
    All have one thing in common - severe inflammation at one point or another in time.

    AMAZING !
    Celiac Disease Research: Associated Diseases and Disorders - Celiac.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizz View Post
    OZ,

    Just for your benefit, and for others with potential hypothyroidism, , I have revised the chapter, Starting With Iodine with a special warning to help guide you through a very complex & confusing, misunderstood issue. What do you think?

    I'm happy you showed up - this warning step was vital before starting on iodine, and you were the motivation to get that put into our references in just the right place. I also added ML measurements to the water dosages. What do you think?

    Best of health to you,
    Grizz
    Good to hear.

    In the doc you wrote: "read how to find a good doctor - This is the most vital".

    I was hoping to experiment with Iodine supplementing without getting a doctor involved. Now Im not too sure. Maybe Im just too stubborn?

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