Everything You Need to Know About Iodine

Everything You Need to Know About Iodine

Well, hi, everybody. I’m Dr. Group with Global
Healing Center. And tonight, I appreciate you guys coming on and listening
to this webinar. We are going to talk about one of my favorite minerals,
which is iodine. All the stuff that I talk about as far as
detoxifying your body, keeping your body clean, which is great, addressing
the root cause of disease. Reactivating your body’s own self-healing
mechanism. Normally, when you look at the amount of toxins that we are exposed
to on daily basis through the air, the water, the food. The list goes
on and on. The chemicals, the heavy metals, the pesticides,
the plastics. All of those are endocrine disruptors. Your thyroid gland
is an endocrine gland. And your thyroid produces hormones and it needs
iodine. And when you look at the amount of chemicals and heavy metals and
all of this stuff that’s coming into the body. What happens is that
we are severely deficient in iodine and all these other chemicals, especially
the halides which are your bromine and your fluoride and your chlorine,
which were put in the water supply on purpose to dumb people down in the
early 1940s in Germany. And the chlorine in the water and the bromide
in the water, that has a major effect on the thyroid gland and many
other systems in the body. So, tonight, I want to just share with everybody,
my notes that I’ve been taking. Some of the research, give everybody
a history of iodine. Talk about what it can do. I don’t like to use the word “problem” at
all because I believe everything, for every situation that’s out there, there’s
always a solution. And maybe answer some questions. If you have any questions,
just type them in and hopefully I can get to it. But we will be
republishing this webinar, there’s going to be a lot of good information
on here. So, hopefully, you’ll be able to learn a lot and be able
to share a lot as well. In its natural form, really, iodine is just
a gas and it’s an element. And like I said, it’s in the periodic table with
the halogens, which are bromine, fluorine and chlorine. And it’s a
very important trace element that’s required by many parts of our body.
People just associate iodine with the thyroid gland, but really, iodine
is utilized by every single cell in the body. And it’s important to get the
right type and the proper type of iodine into your cells. So, how was iodine developed or how was it
discovered? It was actually discovered in 1811. And it was discovered
by a scientist who was experimenting with seaweed and he was burning
the ash and he actually developed iodine. So, it hasn’t even been
around that long. And then, in 1829, there was a French physician,
Dr. Lugol, who created Lugol’s solution and anybody that knows about
iodine out there knows and is familiar with Lugol’s solution. And when
he discovered iodine, he discovered that bonding it to a potassium
molecule made it water-soluble and it actually unlocked its antiseptic qualities
and kind of stabilized it. And that’s why Lugol’s solution is potassium
iodide. Around 1860, there was a Swiss physician that
found that iodine could be used to treat goiter. What was happening back
in the 1800s, a goiter is nothing more than a cyst that grows on your
thyroid gland. And that was a very big discovery back in the 1960s. Because
later, I’m going to tell you about our own research in the United States
with the goiter belt that was up around Ohio and Michigan and stuff like
that. Where people were deficient in iodine and everybody was coming
down with goiters. So, like I said, in 1860, he was the one that
discovered that it could be used which led to multiple discoveries or
links that iodine is a very important trace mineral and it can cause major
problems in the body if you’re deficient. In 1924, which really is not that long ago,
iodized salt became available in the U.S. as a means to treat goiter. Because
they found that there was so many goiters along that western belt; Ohio,
Michigan and everything like that. And they actually did a study and they
took a group of girls and gave them potassium iodide and they took another
group of girls and didn’t give them anything. And the ones they gave the
iodine to, the goiters went away. So, at that time, the U.S. decided that we
needed to add iodine into salt and make it iodized. So, that was a great
discovery, although it was refined salt, which I highly disagree with.
I believe in using a Celtic salt or my favorite, which is Himalayan crystal
salt, which contains all of the minerals and the nutrients and everything
that you need on a daily basis. And it even contains trace amounts
of iodine. So, what happened, though, later on, is because
of heart disease, which is also initiated with all the chemicals and
fluorides and everything else in the body and the toxic livers and the toxins
coming in from all over the place, everybody started thinking that salt
was the main cause of heart disease. So, at that point, they recommend
people don’t eat salt. And to this day, when you have heart disease and
you go to the doctor, they’re still going to recommend you don’t eat salt. So, that caused, again, an iodine deficiency
at that time. And so, they actually took the iodine and to this day,
a lot of salt doesn’t even have added in it anymore. Then, kind of another discovery which happened
in 1997 was when Dr. Ghent reported that he saw benefits of iodine with
fibrocystic breast disease. Now, if you notice, it’s fibrocystic breast
disease because any iodine deficiency is going to cause a cystic disease
somewhere. The iodine is up taken in the body in every cell, but usually,
you see the reproductive organs. Polycystic ovarian disease, fibrocystic
breast disease. The breasts take up a tremendous amount of
iodine. The uterus, all the glandular systems. And not only that, iodine
is needed by the immune system because the white blood cells need iodine
to fight infection. So, it’s not only associating iodine with the thyroid,
but more or less, associating it with every single cell in the body. And we’re
all familiar with metabolism and how if your metabolism is slow, then you’re
going to have a really hard time losing weight and burning fat. Or if
your metabolism is fast, you’re going to burn fat a lot faster. Well, when you look at that, you want to understand
a little bit more about the thyroid. So, a lot of people always say
“What is the thyroid,” you know? The thyroid, if you look up here in
your neck, right at the base of your neck is a small gland. And that produces
metabolic hormones. These hormones are what controls your energy levels. The thyroid is controlled by your pituitary
gland. Your pituitary gland also regulates hormone, testosterone, growth
hormone, DHEA. Your pituitary gland is a major gland, just like your pineal
gland is. And also, those glands are affected with specific antagonists
or chlorine, fluoride. Fluoride, especially, which calcifies the
pineal gland and also prevents iodine from being absorbed into the actual
thyroid gland. But the pituitary gland actually releases
thyroid-stimulating hormone, which is TSH. And that tells the thyroid gland
to produce thyroxine, which is T4 or T3. And that’s just thyroid hormone
with four iodine molecules or thyroid hormone with three iodine molecules.
So, iodine is the base molecule of thyroid hormone and the thyroid
needs iodine to produce it. But what happens is nowadays, with so much
hypothyroidism going around and people are diagnosed with hypothyroid. They’re
put on Synthroid, etc. Synthroid is basically T4. And Synthroid T4
is inactive. When it’s released, it’s inactive. Actually 80 percent
of the T4 is activated by the liver, the gallbladder, the bile ducts and
actually the kidney itself. That’s why it’s necessary for the liver and
gallbladder to be functioning properly. Because if you’re on Synthroid and you can’t
covert that T4 and you can’t activate that T4 because your liver is congested,
it’s fatty or your gallbladder is gone or your gallbladder is
congested or you have gallstones, the bile ducts are messed up.
Then, it’s going to be hard for you to activate that T4. And you might think
you’re doing good; you might think that you’re taking this Synthroid and
everything else and you’re still not getting results. Like I said, 80 percent is going to be converted
in the liver, in the gallbladder and the bile ducts. And then,
you have 20 percent of your T4 that’s going to be converted in the kidneys. Now, a lot of times, people are deficient
in salt, too. Because, really, the body is made of 80 percent, 90 percent
water. All living substances are composed of 80 to 90 percent water. And really,
the inside of our body is nothing more than salt water. So, if your kidneys aren’t working properly
and you have a real acidic pH and you’re having problem, then you might
also have a problem converting or utilizing that T4 and get that conversion
in the kidneys. Another mineral that’s really important to
look at, while I’m thinking about it, is selenium. Because selenium is
also necessary to convert T4 to T3. So, it’s important that you supplement
or get enough selenium in your food. Or if not, if you are taking an iodine
supplement to supplement with selenium. Iodine is great to take with minerals. You
really need a good array of minerals and pure, clean water when you take
iodine. Just like seaweed. Kelp supplies iodine. And what does kelp grow
in? It grows in seawater. So, it’s a perfect example of how nature simulates
what’s really going on inside your body. So, just to talk about some health benefits
of iodine. Mental retardation, low IQ levels is one of the main things in
children that you look at. And mothers need two to three times the amount
of iodine during pregnancy. And this is a huge problem. So, if you know somebody
that’s pregnant or even trying to get pregnant, I highly recommend
that you put them on a good form of iodine, because it affects the fetal brain
development and it affects emotional health and many other things. One of the things I like using iodine for
is the fact that it helps detoxify heavy metals. And it makes water
more soluble. It helps eliminate toxic metals like mercury, lead and then,
of course, it also helps decalcify the pineal of fluoride and it also
helps detoxify other metals and detoxify the built-up fluoride and bromide
from the thyroid gland. So, usually, what’s been reported is about
12.5 to 50 milligrams of iodine will increase the urinary excretion of lead
and mercury. And usually, that happens even within 24 hours. But when you’re
pulling metals out of the body, you want to make sure that you’re very
hydrated. And even when you do take iodine, initially, you might even go
through a healing crisis. And a healing crisis is just headache and fatigue
and everything. Just what your body starts to slowly eliminate all those
toxins. Another benefit of iodine is it’s a co-factor
for insulin. So, we’re not talking about curing diabetes or anything
like that by giving somebody insulin, but is something that every diabetic
person should take a look at. And whenever diabetics make good lifestyle
changes and get enough iodine, well, most of the time, their insulin functions
better. Another thing that people really don’t know
about the benefits of iodine is the fact that it is a powerful antimicrobial
and antiseptic. I personally take it; I barely ever get sick, but my kids
sometimes go to school. They’re around a bunch of vaccinated children,
they’re always coming down with something. The conditions over there,
the air quality is bad. All of that stuff. So, one of the good things about iodine is
that it’s a great antiseptic and it was used in the early 1800s and early 1900s
for people that any type of bacterial infection. That was basically their
antibiotic is just dosing up high on iodine. And to this day, there’s no bacteria virus,
any type of microorganism that can survive or adapt to being in an iodine-rich
environment. So, it does help to protect yourself, your immune system
from invading microorganisms. And this another trick that my wife loves
to do, is iodine is incredibly good for anti-aging and the skin. If you just
take some good iodine, a nascent iodine and a glycerin-based. I wouldn’t
do this with alcohol because alcohol is very dehydrating to the
skin. But glycerin in itself, vegetable glycerin.
I’m not talking about animal products, but a good USP-certified vegetable
glycerin with the iodine with it, like the detoxyadine that we developed.
And you take a small amount and you rub it under your eyes, over here by your
crow’s feet. You rub it on your face, any part of your skin. And it takes a while because your skin is
seven layers deep and you’re going to have to slowly start repairing it.
But if you do it for a long period of time, we’ve seen dramatic results.
Even better than the $500 facial toxic chemical-based facial anti-aging
creams that are out there, which are nothing more than plasticizers and
everything else. They just fill in the wrinkles and make you think that
you’re looking younger, but it’s actually causing cancer because of the
toxic chemicals in that and sunscreens as well. So, it’s great for skincare, I would highly
recommend it. Cuts, burns, stuff like that, it’s a great antiseptic.
So, you just can’t go wrong with that. Another benefit of iodine is the fact that
it helps to elevate the pH in the body. Not only myself, but if you’re watching
this, you know something about natural medicine. And you’ve probably
searched all over the Web, you’ve educated yourself. You know about the
acid alkaline balance in the body. You know that when the body becomes
acid, that’s when disease starts to form. You know that when you eat live, raw, good
foods, that your body becomes alkaline. And that, in an alkaline environment,
you’re able to resist disease more. Iodine actually helps raise
the pH of the body, which is another great benefit to it. Iodine, we touched on it for women’s health,
but it’s extremely important. Because when I was seeing patients and we
have people that call all the time. Mostly women, because women pay way
more attention to their health most of the time than men do. And it’s a humongous
problem out there with the fact that women are suffering from polycystic
ovary syndrome, PCOS, fibrocystic breast disease, fibromyalgia,
uterine fibroids. Any type of these cysts in these fibroids. The ovaries actually have the second-highest
concentration of iodine in a woman’s body. When they’re deficient, the
cysts form. So, basically, if there’s no iodine in the thyroid; if it’s
saturated with fluoride, you’re not taking iodine in through the body. Then,
the cysts form in the ovaries and especially around your menstrual cycles.
For the ladies that are listening, if your breasts become tender,
that’s a sign that you have iodine deficiency. Cold hands, cold feet, low body temperature.
If you’re always cold, that’s another sign. Puffiness around the eyes is
another sign. A tongue, when your tongue feels like it’s too big for your
mouth and you have a problem talking, that’s another sign of iodine deficiency. Brain fog, low energy in the afternoon, all
of these things. We’ll go into some more symptoms that you can look for to
see if you have an iodine deficiency soon. But breast tissue is also a huge sponge for
iodine and iodine is concentrated in the breasts as well. There
was an article here that I wanted to read to everybody. From 1993, it
was recommended that women take 3,000 to 4,000 micrograms a day to promote
healthy breasts. Now, that’s a huge difference considering
the fact that the RDA; our trusted FDA and U.S. government who gets everything
right, actually says that we need 150 micrograms per day of iodine.
That is extremely low levels of iodine. How they came up with that number was, they
looked at when they added iodine, they made iodized salt. And they looked
at the minimum amount of iodine that would prevent a goiter from forming.
And that was 150 micrograms a day. Personally, now, especially with Fukushima,
especially with the chem trails, especially with all the stuff that’s
coming down on top of us. The radiation, iodine, the radiation from Fukushima.
The radioactive iodine 131. We need to protect and saturate our thyroid
even more. I usually take 40 milligrams, which would
be 40,000 micrograms, which sounds like an incredibly high number a couple
of times a week. But in the case of a nuclear or exposure to radioactive
iodine 131, it’s recommended that people take 120 milligrams a day for
six to seven days to protect our thyroid if they’re in direct proportion or
a direct area where they’re going to be affected by that radioactive 131. So, if a woman’s thyroid or if a men’s thyroid
is iodine deficient, her breasts, her ovaries; everything is going
to be deficient. And it’s no surprise that the medical literature has found
correlation between thyroid disease and breast disease and sub-par thyroid
function. And even the leading cause of breast cancer. What really upsets me is the fact that everybody
is going on these walks for breast cancer and all this stuff and donating
all this money. When they’re not addressing the root cause of these
problems, all they’re doing is putting a Band-Aid on the symptoms. And
hopefully, you’ve taken the time and effort to read my book “The Green Body
Cleanse,” because that’s going to tell you about the root cause of all disease
instead of just the symptoms of disease. So, another thing iodine deficiency can affect
is the structure and the function of the breast tissue. You know if
you’re breastfeeding or you’re trying to get milk in there, it can also alter
that. And the fact that the cystic breasts end up being very painful. And, actually, there has even been correlation
that cystic breasts may even lead to breast cancer. There was a study in
1967 by the Journal of American Medical Association that found breast cancer
in mice was linked to iodine deficiency. The National Health and Nutrition
Survey from 1971 to 2000 showed iodine levels had dropped 50 percent
from 1971 to the year 2000. Think about this: how many thyroid disorders,
how much breast cancer, how much prostate cancer, ovarian cancer? All
of that has increased since iodine has been taken out of everything and
bromine has been replaced into it. The fact is, there’s no more iodine in the
soil. I have this argument with people, they’re like “Will I get iodine through
the food I eat?” “No, you do not. You are deficient in iodine.” The
whole world is pretty much deficient in iodine unless you live right
next to the ocean and you eat seafood all day long. So, there was a research that took place between
1975 and 1989. And 1,300 patients were examined with breast pathology
and found that iodine improved 40 to 70 percent of pain fibrosis symptoms.
That was a survey. There was another in 1995 where histological
changes in breast tissue can be reversed by iodine. And 1996, there was
a study, rat studies demonstrated that iodine suppresses the formation
of breast tumors. 1996, “Breasts have a relatively large capacity
for iodine uptake.” Iodine absorption, 1997. “An incorporation into tissues
occurs in the same ductal epithelium as the majority of breast cancers.”
“Over 60 percent of women may experience fibrocystic changes. These
changes may respond to 3 to 4 milligrams a day of iodine taken for three
to four months.” How expensive is iodine? Not nearly as expensive
as having breast cancer, that’s for sure. So, you’re telling me that
the world’s best scientists, all this money that’s going into the cure
for breast cancer and all these women need to do is take 3 to 4 milligrams
of iodine a day and their breast cancer is gone? It just makes no sense. So, how can we ignore how vital and how important
iodine is for pregnant and nursing women, too? If you’re a woman,
which we talked about earlier…even if you’re pregnant, you need
two to three or four times the amount of iodine than you need when you’re
not pregnant. Iodine deficiency has been directly associated
with miscarriages, stillbirth, pre-term delivery, cognitive problems.
It can impair the fetal brain development. Even mild iodine deficiency
during pregnancy can be detrimental. So, iodine deficiency just is affecting everyone.
In 1990, the World Health Organization estimated a third of the world
population is iodine deficient. And that situation hasn’t even improved. That
was in 1990. I think that, right now, we’re looking at 75 percent, at
least, of the world’s population is iodine-deficient. A National Health and Nutrition Examination
Survey, a massive survey that examines current health trends; the first
study in the early ’70s found that 2.5 percent of citizens were iodine-deficient.
Now, up to 75 percent. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and
Metabolism warned that these numbers extreme iodine deficiency and doesn’t
include mild deficiencies. And the reason why I’m actually looking and
giving you these real studies is so you don’t think I’m just making this
up. Because a lot of people will look at videos sometimes and they’ll be like
“Oh, yeah. He’s just saying a bunch of stuff, he’s just making it up.” But I wanted to actually have these studies
on there. And I will post all these studies, too, to the followup to this
webinar. So, everybody can actually see and read and they can go track
it back themselves, because it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure
out how easy it is to heal the body just by cleansing it and giving the body
what it needs. It’s just like the medical profession that
tells you; it’s just like high- cholesterol, heart disease, all that stuff.
Every single thing that you look at; it doesn’t matter what degenerative
disease that you have, it’s all caused by too many toxins coming in and
not enough toxins coming out. There are a couple things, though, that I
do want to talk about that will kind of affect and block small amounts of
iodine. It’s not something serious, but if you are taking iodine, you
want to watch out for eating a lot of cruciferous vegetables with the iodine
like cabbage and kale. Because those do have goitrogenic compounds
and that can block small amounts of iodine. It’s probably not the biggest
problem. But you do want to look out for that and this isn’t coffee,
by the way, this is water. I always drink, which is another great, easy
and inexpensive remedy, just like iodine. This is distilled water with
organic, raw apple cider vinegar. And raw apple cider vinegar, I always put
it in my water because it contains the mother, it contains living enzymes,
everything you need. And it’s great; you get used to the taste
and it’s great for the body. I mean, it just enhances the water. So, talking about some other endocrine gland
disruptors. Pesticides, herbicides, such a big problem. Because most
of the food these days is heavily sprayed, you have a genetically modified
situation. Then you have roundup, which is Glyphosate, which is an
extremely toxic chemical. These are all sprayed on the foods. Now, what happens is your endocrine glands
or your hormone-producing glands are exposed to these pesticides and these
chemicals. And that also causes an iodine deficiency and it also causes the
initiation of disease-causing compounds, they’re endocrine disruptors. You have soy, which has high estrogen in it.
And so, a lot of these disruptors cause a malfunction in your hormones.
That’s what we’re talking about, really, here is with a lack of iodine,
you’re talking about disruption of hormones. Now, a couple other things that can affect
iodine absorption and utilization: antidepressants. Did you know
that most antidepressants and antipsychotics out there are flouride compounds?
I mean, fluoride is coming at us from every single direction and there’s
a reason for that, too. Because there’s no money in healthy people,
there’s only money in sick people. So, beta blockers, birth control pills, estrogen
mimickers, antidepressants are those you want to look at. If you’re on
any of those things, mostly, for sure, you’re blocking your iodine uptake.
We talked about bromine, toxic halides. We talked about chlorine, we
talked about fluorine. Those have a similar structure to iodine and they
compete for the receptor sites. So, if there’s fluoride going around in the
bloodstream by your thyroid, whoop. It’s going to take it in and it’s going
to be stuck right there because it’s almost exactly the same as iodine
is. How do you get that fluoride out? You don’t. If there’s iodine
coming around after you take it, then the iodine will actually draw some of
that out. It could take a month, two months or whatever, even longer, to bring
all of that bromide and that fluoride out of your system and start replacing
your thyroid with healthy iodine. There’s a lot of iodine supplements out there,
too, that are in an alcohol base. But an alcohol-based iodine is an endocrine
disruptor and a hormone disruptor, too. Because alcohol, itself, is
an endocrine disruptor. And I’m going to talk to you about that a little bit
later on, as well. You’re going to find in bromine in all of
your breads. You’re going to find bromine in the sodas; Mountain Dew, stuff
like that. You’re going to find it in a lot of processed, packaged foods that
are going to have bromine in there. Because it’s a natural insecticide
agent and they put it in flour to keep the bugs out of it. So, you want to make
sure that you switch to all organic products; organic flours, organic
breads, although I do recommend non-grains and non-GMO. And try to learn more
about or just read the labels and see if it has bromine in it. But chlorine, for example, too. It’s in the
tap water, it’s in all of our systems. Pools, you swim in pools, they use
bromine in pools, they use chlorine in pools. They don’t need to use
that. I mean, there’s way to keep the water clean without poisoning it. So, I mean, we’re just saturated with these
and chlorine and the by- products, these are all these halogens, these
toxic halogens, are directly linked to birth defects, cancer, reproductive
problems, sterility. Why do you think so many people are having problems
getting pregnant these days? I never had a problem with people coming into
my office that had been to all the top specialists in the world saying
“Oh, you need IVF and you need all this stuff to get pregnant.” No, you don’t.
All you need to do is clean out your body. I put them on an intestinal
cleanse, liver and gallbladder cleansing, chemical and heavy metal cleansing,
parasite cleansing. Next thing you know, their body is clean.
They get rid of all these chemicals that they’re exposed to outside.
On the inside, they’re home and they’re pregnant. And guess what? They have
a healthy baby, too, because they don’t have all of that contaminant in
there. But perchlorate is another thing that we’re
finding in breast milk right now, which is an endocrine disruptor. And
that’s an industrial chemical and it’s used in rocket fuel, airbags, fireworks.
It’s literally contaminated areas around military bases and it’s now in
the food supply. I was in the military and my heart goes out
to the military personnel that are being contaminated, especially overseas
with all the uranium and all the chemicals and that the military gives
to them. I try to help them as much as I can whenever they call me up. One of the things that most people don’t know
is 83 percent. 83 percent of organically-grown lettuce and conventional
lettuce from the southwest United States contains significant perchlorate.
So, that means you could be getting organic lettuce and you’re going to
be contaminated. The entire lower portion of the Colorado River
is contaminated with perchlorate. And that Colorado River, the
whole lower portion provides water for 20 percent of the nation’s crops
and over 10 percent of the nation’s livestock. 90 percent of the U.S.
winter lettuce supply is grown in areas irrigated by this river. And is grown
in perchlorate-rich soil. Which means you think you’re eating organic,
but you’re really not. So, for the water, there’s a couple of solutions
you can do. If you have the money, I don’t have any ties to any of
these companies by the way. Pelican water system is pretty good to have
for the whole house and you can put it in. It’s probably going to be somewhere
around $10,000, but you don’t even have to start with that. You can
look online for fluoride under- sink units, filtration units, shower head
units that are going to take the chlorine and the fluoride and all this stuff
out. And those are just the solutions that you can do to reduce your exposure
to it on a daily basis. And do not drink tap water. I mean, when you
go to restaurants, it might cost you a little bit more money, but just
buy the spring water in a glass bottle. Do what I do, get distilled water.
You can make your own distilled water. You can make five gallons of distilled
water a day with a Durastill counter-top distillation unit. You get the
glass five-gallon things. That’s what we have, that’s what all the employees
here at the office drink, distilled water. We all put apple cider
vinegar in it and we don’t have any chlorine, we don’t have any fluoride
in the water and we have all the healthy nutrients in there. Like I was saying earlier, until the early
1970s, even bread contained iodine. And then, for strange reasons which
we don’t know about, all of a sudden, bromide replaced iodine. Who knows?
I don’t know why. But bromine is a toxic substance and has zero nutritional
value. Dr. Brownstein, he’s like the guru on iodine.
I recommend you read his books if you have a chance. He tested thousands
and thousands of patients for iodine deficiency and he tested them for
bromide, too. Every single one of them tested for high bromide levels. Bromine,
in itself, can cause hypothyroidism. Whenever the bromine was introduced into the
food supply and into the sodas and the soft drinks and all that stuff, the
increase in hypothyroidism shot up. And one of the most toxic pesticides,
actually, is methylbromide. And then, you have polybrominated biphenyl ether
compounds, which are your fire retardants. Now, isn’t it strange how the European Union
has banned most of this stuff, but the United States still keeps it in the
water supplies. I mean, the EU has banned fluoride, it’s banned a lot of
the bromine, it’s banned a lot of these toxic chemicals. You start seeing all
the genetically-modified foods being banned everywhere. People here in the United States need to wake
up and actually do something about it. People are waking up, actually,
it’s really good. But I mean, the public water supplies and the toothpaste and
they even have nursery water to give kids fluoride. I mean, people are
mixing their baby waters; there’s medical doctors and pediatricians that are
recommending people mix nursery water, which contains fluoride, in with their
soy baby formulas. Fluoridated water never prevented cavities.
The largest fluoridated water study took place in the 1980s and it involved
39,000 children. And it was determined that cities with fluoridated water
had no difference in tooth decay from the cities that didn’t. There is tons of research out there on the
Internet that proves fluoride is damaging and it that it never did anything.
And the best way to avoid fluoride is just avoid all the dental products.
Don’t even have those in your house, don’t shower in the water. But
the good news is iodine can help you detoxify those halides and protect yourselves
from the damage of fluoride and all those other compounds. So, we knew that iodine deficiency really
had the cause for goiters. And we really tried, in the 1920s, to determine how
much iodine was required and that’s what I was talking about with the goiter
belt, right around Akron, Ohio. And with those girls that were given
potassium iodide and the other girls that were given none and then the researchers
concluded that 150 micrograms of iodine a day was necessary to
prevent the goiter. They also found that that was the bare minimum
to prevent severe iodine deficiency. With the research that we’ve been
doing and with all the information that we have on there, we know
that, like I said, every cell in the body requires iodine. It’s necessary to
address. And there hasn’t really been any studies out there that suggest
what level of iodine is actually toxic to you. But we do know this. I thought I was going
to talk about some of the symptoms of iodine; here’s some of the main
symptoms of iodine deficiency. Number one, you might start feeling little
nodules on your thyroid. That might be the beginning signs of a goiter forming. Mental imbalances. If you have brain fog,
if you’re starting to feel depressed for no reason at all. All of a sudden,
you go from being calm to having anxiety, panic attacks. You have hypothyroidism
or you’ve been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. Fatigue. Fatigue is one of the biggest things
of iodine deficiency. Usually around 2:00 or 3:00 in the afternoon. Weakness.
You might be starting to become weak, I was talking about the tongue
earlier, the cold hands and feet, the dry skin. Insomnia, if you’re having
problems sleeping at night. Hair loss, if you’re starting to see hair
loss, that could be a sign of iodine deficiency. Fibrocystic breasts, ovary
cysts. We talked about depression. Immune system problems. If you
feel like you’re getting sick a lot and you’re not getting better. Slow metabolism. Everybody has a hard time
losing weight. If you’re just trying different things and you can’t seem
to lose weight, most likely, you might have an iodine deficiency. Especially, it affects your mind. You might
think of something and then you forget. And then, you’re still trying to think
about it and you’re just having a hard time. You have those forgetful
moments. I get the question “Can you take too much
iodine?” And what happens, it just really depends. There’s certain tests
out there that you can do. One of them is the iodine loading test and that’s
where you don’t take any vitamins for four days. Your endocrinologist
can do that for you, your natural healthcare practitioner can do that
for you. If they don’t know who to send you to or don’t
know how to do the testing, then there’s plenty of people online or you
can find or call some different ones. And basically, you urinate in a cup,
you take no vitamins for four days. You urinate in a cup, then you take
50 milligrams of iodine. You capture the urine for the next 24 hours to
see how much iodine is excreted and how much your body is absorbing. If you put 50 in and 40 comes out, you’re
probably saturated. You have a good iodine if you put 50 in and 5 comes out,
that’s usually what happens with most people. You’re severely deficient. Right now, like I said, I just believe that
everybody can use iodine. I haven’t had any situation where someone has
taken…I actually had a mother call me the other day with a four-year-old.
She walked into the kitchen and she saw the whole bottle, 1 ounce of Detoxadine,
which is the product that we manufacture, sitting next to her four-year-old
son empty on the floor. Now, I have kids and I’m sure a lot of you
guys have kids out there, too. That would be pretty shocking for me, if I
was taking an iodine supplement or something else and I walked into the kitchen
and I saw my son sitting on the floor with a whole empty bottle next to
him. But the good news is, nothing happened to
the son. He probably just saturated his thyroid with iodine. He was
probably iodine-deficient anyway. But it just goes to show you that anything
else, if that would have been anything else. You can take anything from
a drug store. And if you take half a bottle of aspirin; if you take half
a bottle of any over-the-counter thing and you will die, you know? So, iodine
is extremely safe and usually, your body will excrete any of the leftovers
that you might have. There’s natural foods that are also really
rich in iodine. And right now, with the Pacific Ocean being contaminated;
the Atlantic is the best. If you can find seaweed from the Atlantic Ocean,
that’s going to be a good source of iodine. Kelp, arame, kombu, wakame. Seaweed, a quarter-ounce of dried seaweed
is about 4,500 micrograms. There’s really not that many sources of iodine.
Although, I do also recommend Himalayan crystal salt. We talked
about it a little bit and when you take in Himalayan crystal salt, you do
get a little bit of iodine. And it’s good for you. Like I said, it’s got
84 different minerals in it. There are a lot of different types of iodine
supplements on the market. We get that question all the time. “What’s the
best type of iodine to take?” There’s so many of them out there. There’s
colloidal iodide, there’s colloidal iodine, there’s Lugol’s. There’s
super-saturated potassium iodide, there’s the nascent iodine. Because of that, it led me to do in research
into what is the best form of iodine. And I’m going to go over some of those
things in a little while with you in the benefits and why I recommend
taking an iodine in a glycerin base. But it’s also important to take a look at
your body and your diet, in general. We talked about avoiding soy, avoiding
gluten, avoiding trans fats, junk foods, refined sugars. Just switch
over to an organic diet. Yes, we’re finding high levels of toxins and
chemicals and stuff in organic food because we know the air is polluted and
the water is polluted. Under the National Organic Program, by the way,
you can water your crops with tap water or water from rivers, like they do the
Colorado River. On our farm, we have pure, clean spring water
that we use to water our herbs and everything with. But it just goes
to show you that it can be organic and it can be watered with tap water
and still be organic. So, what I wanted to go over now with you
is just some of the differences because there’s different companies out there
that are saying different things about iodine and theirs is the best
and it’s in an alcohol base and it’s better than glycerin and alcohol holds
more iodine. And basically, what it boils down to, and
I actually wrote an article about vegetable glycerin iodine versus alcohol-based
iodine. Here’s the thing, for absorption purposes, alcohol has a drying
and puckering effect that negatively affects the absorption. Glycerin, on the other hand, is completely
opposite. It’s a humectant and it moisturizes and hydrates to promote iodine
absorption. Glycerin, actually when you put it in the mouth, triggers
salivation to supply the necessary enzymes for absorption. Alcohol
doesn’t. Alcohol actually dries up the saliva in the mouth and so, it’s detrimental. As a preservative, glycerin and alcohol, they
have different preservation mechanisms. Glycerin gently encapsulates the
substance into its molecular matrix and it preserves the characteristics
of it. Alcohol has a harsh de-naturing action and
it actually alters cell structure and renders vitamins, enzymes and
other beneficial constituents inert or not even any good. And anybody will
tell you, alcohol is dangerous. We talked about it being an endocrine
disruptor in itself. Alcohol has a long history of being a solvent.
Mostly because it has such a low cost and a lot of people have used alcohol
to make tinctures. However, glycerin and again, I’m talking about vegetable
glycerin, is a natural, nontoxic food substance that extracts more
constituents than grain alcohol. For example, if you were to do an extraction
of an herb or iodine or whatever in glycerin and do it the right way,
you would be able to extract probably close to 70, 80, even up to 90 percent
of the constituents of that herb. If you were to do that herb in an alcohol
extraction, you’re going to be only extracting 40 percent of the herb’s
materials. Now, for me, I would want all that stuff working
in unison. It’s the same way with the iodine. It’s not easy. You can’t
just put iodine crystals in glycerin because that can be extremely dangerous. We literally spent hundreds of thousands of
dollars to create this production of even using some of the top physicists
to be able to stabilize the iodine compounds into the matrix of the
glycerin to where they’re released, the free iodine is released whenever
it comes in contact. A true nascent form or atomic form instead of the
diatomic form which makes it more easily accessible and absorbed into the
body. Glycerin is actually one of the most hungry iodine compounds in existence
and it’s the solvent of choice for whoever demands it the most. Another thing, it’s got better micro-encapsulating
properties. Alcohol and I’m just reading these from actual texts.
“Alcohol is a harsh and rigid solvent that disrupts cell membranes in DNA.”
“Glycerin has unparalleled micro-encapsulating qualities that fully capture
complete constituents and compounds in its matrix. This reduces ingredient
inversion, evaporation.” Alcohol evaporates, glycerin doesn’t. “Precipitation
and it slows redox reaction.” Now, this is big because personally, I don’t
want my kids having alcohol. Or my pets, for that matter. Alcohol is an
intoxicant and is not appropriate for children. Children lack the
enzymes necessary to convert alcohol to sugar, so alcohol is extremely
dangerous for children. Functionally, glycerin is far more gentle
and safe. And my kids take the iodine and the glycerin and they do great
on it. Actually, it improves their brain function and since I started giving
them iodine, they’ve actually become smarter, retained more, have
a better memory. I honestly think that my kids were iodine deficient,
too. Vegetable glycerin has a good taste to it.
Alcohol has a horrible taste if it’s in an iodine product. It burns your mouth,
it turns your tongue purple. It is very harsh to take. Another thing is that vegetable glycerin iodine
is better for people who want to maintain balanced blood sugar levels.
People that are going through AA, people that are recovering alcoholics.
The body metabolizes alcohol into sugar, which can aggravate diabetic conditions
and it can upset weight loss efforts. So, glycerin converts to sugar
very slowly and doesn’t cause blood sugar spikes. The alcohol-based iodine is prone to evaporation,
sublimation, oxidation. And studies have demonstrated that this effect
can happen as early as six months after production. I’m not sitting here saying “Buy my product.
Blah, blah, blah. Iodine is bad in alcohol,” whatever. Iodine is great.
If you have access to iodine no matter what, it’s going to be better if you
take it in whatever form it’s in. Except for the raw form, of course, because
that’s extremely dangerous. But any form of nascent iodine is going to
be fairly good for your body. I’m just giving you the pros and the cons
between alcohol-based and vegetable glycerin-based and vegetable glycerin-based
preserves the stable atomic bond longer and it doesn’t break down
and change over time. Alcohol iodine can contain ethanol. Grain
alcohol, which can be made from corn, which can be genetically modified. It’s
the same alcohol in alcoholic beverages. Alcohol is toxic to the liver and
can be problematic for children. Vegetable glycerin, safe for everybody. I was talking about pets, too, and how safe
it is for pets. Let me tell you, pets are coming down with hypothyroidism.
They’re coming down with the same degenerative diseases that we are because
people are feeding their pets the wrong foods. They’re feeding their pets all the toxic meat
and everything else. And if you just type in “Hypothyroidism in dogs,”
“Hypothyroidism in cats,” “Hyperthyroidism,” most of it is due to an
iodine deficiency. If you have pets and that’s the problem, iodine
can be a good solution for you. Just make sure you take it in a vegetable
glycerin form. Also, iodine and glycerin is used, actually
glycerin’s use itself dates back as far as the 1800s. When it was used
to keep wounds hydrated, but free from air contact. And the Russians were
known to spread a thin layer of glycerin on their face to protect their
skin against the cold when they went out in the winter and the military and
everything like that because their water wouldn’t evaporate, so they would
just put a thin layer of glycerin on their skin. And it’s so gentle
and hydrating, that it’s even been used during eye surgery to keep the eyes
moisturized. So, I know we’re running out of time here.
It’s 8:53, we have a few more minutes. I hope that I’ve been able to cover
a lot of the information about iodine. A little bit of the history, a little
bit of the uses of it. I didn’t cover the fact that, just kind of looking
at my list, phtalates and plastics, the BPA plastics have a big role
to play. So, try to avoid any plastics or phtalates or cooking food in plastic
containers, storing it in plastic containers during the week. We are getting a lot of questions, so what
I’m going to do is I would appreciate any additional feedback. Follow
us on Facebook, go to my blog. We will post on this blog post and probably
on Facebook, a list of questions and some of the answers that you
guys are writing in. Let me just see if I can take a couple good
ones here. One of them is “My son has hypothyroid since he was four, now
16. He’s on Synthroid. Will nascent iodine help him get off the pill?” Unfortunately, I can’t give medical advice.
But from the feedback that we’ve had through Dr. Brownstein’s patients,
the research out there, I would definitely recommend that you go and
type in “Iodine for hyperthyroidism.” “Iodine for hypothyroidism.”
There’s plenty of information out there. Let me just say this.
Iodine pretty much helps with anything. One good question, though. “How soon after
taking iodine does a person begin to feel the detox symptoms of fatigue?”
That’s going to be different for everybody. It depends on your age, your
weight. We’ve had people that have taken iodine that
were severely deficient, but actually felt worse for two weeks. They were
just detoxing, I mean, all that stuff was coming out of their system.
We just recommend you drink tons of water, avoid tap water, of course. Let
your body detox naturally, do an intestinal cleanse using oxygen. Do a liver
and gallbladder cleansing. Assist your body in its ability to eliminate
toxins. But over a period of two weeks or so, like I said, it just depends.
But you will be feeling better eventually. And usually, the first
thing that people notice is they notice their energy levels. They wake up with
so much energy and as a matter of fact, I’ve even had to tell people
not to take iodine at night because it increases your energy so much that
you might even have problems sleeping or going to bed. I’ve had people that have written in and said
that they want to go out with their friends. And their friends are going
out to clubs til 2:00 in the morning and they don’t want to drink, so they
take a shot. They take some B- 12 and they take some iodine. It just keeps
them up and gives them the energy to stay up til 2:00 in the morning
without having to take any stimulants or do anything like that. Somebody asked the question on how much apple
cider vinegar do I put in my water per cup? I just take the bottle and
pour it in. But you start with, let’s say 8 ounces and a cap-ful. I actually
have my vinegar right here. I use Bragg’s apple cider vinegar with the mother
in there. I keep it right next to my desk. And now, I’ll just fill up
my whole cup with water and just pour a little bit in there. But if you take a gallon of distilled water,
probably a tablespoon to start per gallon. But then, you can work up as high
as two tablespoons. And you know, just work it up to taste.
I mean, apple cider vinegar does incredible things. There’s over 100
documented health benefits for organic apple cider vinegar, so I highly
recommend it. One of the cheapest and most effective things
you can do for your help is what we’re talking about right now, iodine
and organic apple cider vinegar. Of course, I recommend cleansing the body
on a regular basis, too. One question “Is alcohol-nascent iodine more
potent than a vegetable glycerin nascent iodine?” That just depends
on how much iodine is used during the manufacturing process. Doing tests
with iodine and alcohol versus iodine and glycerin, we’ve been able
to stabilize up to 7 percent glycerin, I mean, iodine in glycerin. There’s
no possible way you can do that with alcohol. So, glycerin will hold probably five, six
times the amount of iodine than an alcohol. And as a matter of fact, we’re
going to actually be coming out with a stronger version fairly soon, which
will provide roughly around 650 micrograms per drop of iodine. So, that’s
going to be very effective. Especially when you’re talking about going
with higher dosing, because most of the iodine supplements out there, 450 micrograms
per drop, 500 micrograms per drop. But we’re talking about needing 25,000 to
35,000 micrograms on a daily basis. And it’s like everything, I always
recommend cycling everything. I don’t like to put stuff in my body every single
day so the body gets used to it. I usually do it every other day. For the first period of time, I would recommend
going for a month, let’s say, of 30, 40 milligrams a day, 30,000 to
40,000 micrograms a day. But after that, just taking a few drops, a dropper-ful
a few times a week should be sufficient, as long as you’re not
taking in massive amounts of chemicals and toxins and stuff like that. So, anyway. I just wanted to thank everybody
for coming on. I hope you enjoyed the webinar tonight. And if you have
any further questions, like I said, don’t hesitate to e-mail us. E-mail
us at social, S-O-C-I-A-L, @globalhealingcenter.com and let us know.
[email protected] Everybody have a wonderful evening and until
next time, if you want to see another webinar on another topic, please let
us know. Otherwise, be safe, be healthy.


  1. My thyroid was removed 20 years ago so much take a hormone. My endocrinologist has me on levothyroxine. Since I have no thyroid to I need to take iodine supplements? I also eat a nutrient-dense vegan diet with no processed foods, only organic foods and take Omega3 and B12. This diet is easy for me since I suffered a serious accident and traumatic brain injury which damaged my ability to taste, smell and have no hunger ever.

  2. Can you take Lugol's iodine 5% orally? The drops diluted in a glas of water. Or do you have to put the drops on the wrists?
    I cannot find any satisfying answer on internet about this simple question.

  3. Love your videos…….I noticed you said that your children go to school with vaccinated children, sounds as if yours are not…….Would love to find out how to avoid excess vaccinations in our children, they seem to be sicker than ever. Maybe he iodine is the biggest factor but I am concerned about the increase in vaccines. Sorry to be off topic…..I have started iodine btw and feeling MUCH MUCH better

  4. Unfortunately my thyroid has been taken away by surgery in 2005, because they convinced me to do so; the gland was big, but hormones have been always in balance!
    It´s really bad, what they have done to me…I am still sad having done as they recommended.
    Well, nevertheless I can´t change this mistake, I ask myself, if it wouldn´t be a good idea to supplement iodine knowing now, that it is so important for detox and not only for the thyroid gland as moreover for breast tissue and ovaries.
    I take thyroxine 100mg a day, could iodine interfere with the hormone taken?
    I assume no, because I have no gland anymore being responsible and capable producing those hormones.
    Would be nice, if You could answer.
    Thank you very much!

  5. German paediatricians also recommend Fluoride for babies nad tooth paste is also loaded with it; the European Union isn´t much better in my opinion.

  6. I just purchased your Iodine. But I want to know when supplementing Iodine do I need to take anything along with it for it to work more efficiently?

  7. Thank you for this video!! it started my journey & I’ve shared over 100 times to my clients! After 8months of studying & taking iodine this is still my favorite introduction to friends. Just got my loading test done & I’m at 78% 💪

  8. Thank you for sharing this valuable information. After 2yrs of multiple tests 2 times over – brain MRI’S, CT scan’s, Abdominal MRI’S, ultrasound’s, was surgery (myoplasty), multiple specialist’s, over $28,000 with no answers. I started 1 drop of iodine daily & my cluster headache’s of 3mths are gone. I told the doctor I was supplementing iodine 2 weeks ago. The look on his face was 1 of disgust. I walk out of there & I’ll never be going back. Thank you for sharing.

  9. What does everyone do about there water? I’ve looked at filters etc but they seem so expensive,any ideas guys ??

  10. I have a simple question, may we mix lugol with creatine on water?

    Often I drink creatine after my workout at the gym, as I am using medicine to hypothyroidism (Euthyrox), I would like to improve my results using lugol, but as through the day I have many supplements Omega 3, Magnesium, Glucosamine, b6 and b12, I would like to save time mixing Lugol with creatine, is it possible without any reaction?

  11. Yet if you have hyperthyroid/graves disease, iodine is detrimental to the individual. It is recommended to keep iodine intake to 0 – 50mcg . As iodine makes a person with HYPERTHYROID have an even more active thyroid. Hard to trust what you say.

  12. He’s the guy at school we all knew…never studied, didn’t have to try hard and always aced his exams! Lol
    Only kidding;)
    Thanks for the precious info!!

  13. there is another doctor who posts videos on youtube and that other doctor recommends Lugol Solution and says that Nascent Iodine is NOT recommended. Both the other doctor and this one here are saying the exact same things about the effects of Iodine deficiency and how taking Iodine supplements can help detoxify your Thyroid and they both seem to truly know what they're talking about but there is ONE thing that they contradict each other with and that is in which type of Iodine you should take. Dr. Edward here developed a Nascent Iodine that he called Detoxadine and sells this on his website and reviews from people using it are great and the other doctor which i can't remember the name of, says that Nascent Iodine doesn't contain enough Iodine to really make a difference and that it is not recommended. I don't know who to believe here but i have already ordered 2 bottles of this Detoxadine so i guess i'll try it out regardless and if i see a difference after taking it then i'll know it's good. If i don't see any changes then i'll try the Lugol Solution.

  14. Distilled water, Yesser !
    RovSun. About $80 for the machine 4 liters in 4 hours. Everyday everyday. D3 organic 360 gel tabs 5000 IU Amazon Prime Sports research about 16 bucks.

  15. Good day to everyone! I was struggling with vertigo and balance problems as well as extreme fatigue and other health problems. I did an oxygen therapy before starting iodine. I did have a health crisis but pushed through it. I’m now doing a combination but not at the same time — hours apart. I no longer have vertigo or balance issues. Things are improving gradually day by day. 🙂

  16. I have lugols solution 2%. It says do not ingest. Can I ingest it? Will it do anything for me? Is it safe for children? Can you give nascent iodine to children? It says under 12 consult a doctor.

  17. I want to can you give that to your arm under two-year-old child because the doctor is trying to kill them doctors given them fluoride straight to the mouth rubbed and 18th that’s what they’re doing they come in there and they got his little For the fluoride and they will rub it in their mouth and then they go about the day so can I give that do it under two-year-old

  18. i used iodine for minor arthritis pain, tension in muscle and jaw, my lower back because i kept pinching my nerve and a lazy eye lid and it worked and furthermore i like how this guy includes his pets my dog will now have an iodine diet too!

  19. Any thoughts on taking iodine for those diagnosed with hashimotos? I have heard so many conflicting views. I have started iodine 12.5mg pill form but I am very curious your expert thoughts.

  20. All disease isn't from too many toxins… That's a HUGE amount, of course, but the rest come from lack nutritional deficiency and lack of necessary building blocks, or from lack of movement or misalignment of the spine.

  21. this country does not belong to its citizens…this country belongs to the corporations…and once we understand that truth then every evil this govt does that benefits the corporations and screws us over will make perfect sense…take your iodine (stock up and learn to make your own before FDA bans it), filter your shower water, drink spring water that is chlorine- and fluoride- free, and don't take the micro levels the govt put out for us

  22. If they used to use iodine to prolong the shelf life of bread because it bonds to unsaturated fats does iodine also bond to our internal unsaturated fats in our cell walls and prolong their half life?

  23. Dear REAL doctor, thank you for your life saving information. Can I combine colloidal silver an iodine ať the same time, please? Thank you 🙌🌱😊

  24. Dr Group, is the water from alexapure gravity water filtration system good enough to take my nacient iodine with?

  25. The pink salt has only trace amounts of the minerals you speak of..but it also contains radiation, lead, arsenic, and many other harmful elements. The alternatives, sea salt (contains plastic from micro beads and pollution), and plain table salt-which has 3 times the amount of sodium than pink salt. Sea salt and table salt are equal in sodium. So which is the lesser poison?

  26. So should we start taking 40,000 mcg of iodine per week? I mean, we can't barely find such concentration in the market! A brief Google search shows that 150 mcg is the ideal daily intake. This is disturbing! Most of the websites aware us against Iodine overdosage. Dr, could you clarify this to all of us???

  27. In 2014, I had RADIATION THERAPY to KILL my THYROID. Because of my MIRENA IUD BIRTH CONTROL DEVICE, I believed that was the reason why I end up having HYPERTHYROIDISM. I swear before the birth control device, I was HASHIMOTO. And now I believe the birth control device was causing my Thyroid function being out of whack. I don't want to take Thyroid medication rest of my life. What is the best Iodine for a Killed Thyroid? Do I use Nascent Iodine Drops or Lugol's kind? And how much? Do I need to take Selenium for my Iodine? Can I stop my Thyroid medication and just use the Iodine? HELP ME PLEASE!

  28. I've been buying vegetables from Walmart to wash and eat raw. At the moment, there is no other option. I worry– will the perchlorate content in my spinach/romaine/arugula interfere with the iodine I take?

  29. Iodine and prostate Cancer, will Iodine slow down , or remove your prostate cancer, if so how would use it ?


  31. in Germany does have Lugos's solution, the pharmcy claim it causes sentivity. iodine supplements only in microgram.

  32. Great science, and you explain it well. Thanks for teaching this Doctor. Bless you Man.😎👍🏾

  33. I don’t have my thyroid. Back 52 yrs ago they left 10% after a thyroidectomy. So what todo in this case?

  34. I’m a pool service professional. Does iodine work as a sanitizer in swimming pools? That would be revolutionary, you would think.

  35. Wow! I'm glad I found this video..Currently nursing and this content was of extreme importance! Thank you doc!

  36. Hello Dr, i started Detoxadine beginning of june. I started with One drop, then 2, than 3 (2 in the louth directly+water) and 1 drop on my arm skin. I was very happy because i gained a lot of energy. Then 1 months after i started experiencing weird side effects : very very fatigued and especially neurological side effects : feeling that i float when i walk and that i that i will fall. It is a mix of a huge fatigue and floating. I stopped detoxadine for 1 month and started again today with one drop this morning. In the afternoon i started experiencing the same side effects. Can you please tell me what can i do? Do you think that is safe these side effects? Will i continue? and finally will i have back the energy i felt in the beginning. Thank you so much.

  37. Thanks Dr. Group! 5 1/2 yrs later this is still helping people a lot. I've only listened to half the video so far and I agree with everything said…which is unusual. I ran out of my nacent iodine but will be getting more as this vid has renewed my enthusiasm to keep supplementing even though I have a really good diet.
    Boron deficiency is also common and is said to help decalcify the parathyroid, help conditions like: Arthritis
    , Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis, Bone Spurs, Calcium Deposits, Lupus, Autoimmune Disease, Hormone Imbalances, Fungus, Candida, Ringworm, Tinea Versicolor (a skin eruption caused by a fungus), Insomnia, Rough Skin and Impotence.
    Even with the best diet there is a need to detox as we can't avoid all the toxic sources.

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