Solving the problem of iodine deficiency

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Nelya Ivanovna Brazhnikova

Endocrinologist

Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine

 
As you know, a balanced diet should include a certain amount of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, as well as vitamins, macro and microelements, fatty and essential amino acids. Lack of food intake of the necessary substances can cause certain negative consequences in the human body and lead to the emergence of a number of diseases. Experts call this "hidden hunger." One of the examples of such "hunger" is the lack of iodine, which manifests itself in a wide range of disorders.

In the human body, iodine must be delivered regularly and in the required amount. Special organ – the thyroid gland – uses this microelement to produce its own hormones: triiodothyronine and thyroxine. These hormones regulate oxidative processes in all tissues, ensure the maintenance of body temperature, promote the restoration of damaged tissues, normalize the growth and development of cells, participate in providing nutrition and brain function, help strengthen the body's immune system and much more.

It should be noted that the entire volume of blood is pumped through the thyroid gland within 17 minutes. In this case, iodine kills all non-persistent microbes that enter the bloodstream through damage of the skin and mucous membranes of the nose, throat, or through the digestive tract. The more resistant microbes weaken, their effect becomes less detrimental to the human body, and when the blood passes through the thyroid gland second time they finally die. But this happens only under the condition of a normal supply of iodine to the thyroid gland.

Currently, almost the entire population of Ukraine is experiencing iodine deficiency. In addition, a factor contributing to the deterioration of the health of the population is the ingression into the water and food of the strumagens (substances that contribute to the growth of the thyroid gland) – thiocyanates, perchlorates, thiourea, thiouracil, aniline derivatives, polyphenols. These substances "inhibit" the formation of thyroid hormones at various stages and disrupt the concentration of iodine, causing a swelling in the thyroid gland. Additional factor contributing to the deterioration of health, is also the social and psycho-emotional status of the population. Also, the features of the diet have negative effect: deficiency of protein, vitamins, zinc, selenium, bromine; excess of manganese, molybdenum, calcium, fluorine. All these factors provoke the development of various pathologies of the thyroid gland.

What kind of iodine should we choose to restore the thyroid gland in the body? After all, many doctors continue to actively recommend the constant using of iodized salt, “Iodomarine”, “Iodactiv”, “Antistrumin” expecting a better effect in the patient's condition. It should be said that iodine in iodized salt, “Iodomarine”, etc. is represented by iodates and potassium iodides. These substances are strong oxidants, the body spends a lot of energy for their metabolism. In addition, their overdose can lead to the occurrence of such a disease, as iodine-induced hyperthyroidism (IGH).

In March 2006, for the first time I got acquainted with the materials on "Jodis-Concentrate". Comparing personal experience of consumption and results of application of this product to patients in dynamics, I can say with certainty that "Jodis-Сoncentrate" is a unique product, it is a stable concentrated aqueous solution of ion-positive iodine. Strong bond ion-positive iodine with oxygen of water provides its healthfulness, biological activity, high effectiveness and safety.

I'm sure that "Jodis-Concentrate" will help us, our children and grandchildren strengthen health, and make life happier!