Liquid Ionic Iodine - 30 ml
LIQUID IONIC IOD WITH THE SELEN
The essential minerals iodine and selenium are more concentrated in the thyroid gland than any other organ in the body.
Iodine contributes to normal production of metabolic hormones, and selenium helps to protect cells from oxidative stress, which naturally occurs during this hormone production.
Both contribute to the normal function of the thyroid gland. Iodine also contributes to normal energy conversion.
IOD IS AN ESSENTIAL SPORMINERAL NECESSARY IN ALL PHASES OF LIFE, FROM FOSTER TO AGE. ESSENTIAL MEANS THAT WE HAVE TO GET IT THROUGH THE COST, AND SPORMINERAL MEANS WE NEED A LITTLE OF IT FOR THE DAILY.
EVEN THERE IS MANY THAT DON'T GET NOK IOD THROUGH FOOD.
Selenium is also a trace mineral, which is important in the production of antioxidants to protect the cells of the thyroid gland.
Iodine is used to make metabolic hormones, which affect all cells in the body.
Deficit symptoms are often diffuse, such as tiredness, difficult to focus, poor memory, muscle weakness, etc.
We have included selenium in our Liquid Ionic Iodine to support thyroid production of metabolic hormones.
We use selenium in the form of selenate, which is absorbed in the same way as selenium naturally in food.
Suitable for vegans and vegetarians
Recommended daily dose:
Over 18 years: 0.25ml to 0.5ml.
11 - 18 years: 0.25ml.
7 - 10 years: 4 drops.
3 - 6 years: 3 drops.
Gently press the drop counter.
Mild sour taste. Take it straight in the mouth.
Content per 24 hours:
Over 18 years: 150µg - 300µg Iodine (* 100-200%) 50µg - 100µg selenium (* 91-182%).
11-18 years: 150µg iodine (* 100%), 50µg selenium (* 91%).
7-10 years: 120µg iodine (* 80%), 40µg selenium (* 73%).
3 - 6 years: 90µg iodine (* 60%), 30µg selenium (* 55%).
*% of reference intake.
Water, potassium iodide, sodium selenate, acidity regulator (malic acid).
In refrigerator after opening.
Unavailable for children.
The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded.
Supplements should not replace varied diets.
Produced in Drøbak, Norway.