Here's a sensible alternative: take .5 to 1mg daily depending on the iodine level in your diet, or better, add additional iodine-containing foods such as seafood and seaweeds since we are all at least supposedly interested in a whole-foods diet around here. I don't need an elaborate protocol to do that--my doctor is absolutely supportive of eating more fish for your health.
My suggestion is to not follow Brownstein simply because Grizz is pushing it. Go out, read real, peer-reviewed, properly conducted research (not just CureZone, for the love of little baby ducks!) and decide what you think is a safe dose. Talk to your doctor. Read information on both sides. Then decide if the Brownstein protocol seems like a good idea for you or if a more conservative approach seems safer and more sensible.
Don't let a shouty man on a forum bully you into taking large doses of something just because one internet doctor says so. Do your research and realize that taking large quantities of anything may be problematic and should not be done without some significant research into the potential risks and benefits of a given treatment protocol.
I don't take any prescription without thorough research of my own into the potential effects and an assessment of whether I am comfortable with those risks. I suggest anyone considering any "iodine protocol" do the same.