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Re: Crohn's linked to iodine?
 
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Re: Crohn's linked to iodine?


Cloverbelle,
You have such a great question. I had no information on this subject. That problem is now fixed!

This might be close enough for government work:

Blog, "You’re probably Iodine deficient," by Cheryl

"My ulcerative colitis (AKA Chrohn's disease) went into complete remission for the first time in 10 years (after taking Iodine for 1 month)
http://sherylcanter.com/wordpress/tag/crohns-disease/

Summary of her Blog:
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1) Bingo! PubMed Study of Iodine & Crohns Disease vs iodine deficiency:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/235826

2) "It’s also (iodine) heavily absorbed by the bowel (which is why iodine deficiency can cause inflammatory bowel disease)."
- reference to Brownstein

3) She could not tolerate 50mg a day, but did well at 37.5mg a day of iodoral, took her 6 months to become iodine sufficient per Hakala Labs testing kit.
http://www.hakalalabs.com/testing.html

4) "My thyroid nodules went away and my thyroid levels returned to normal."

Bottom line. This is such an excellent testimonial, I've added it to our Testimonials file:
http://tinyurl.com/iodine-testimonials

Many thanks for bring this subject up for discussion,
Grizz
 

 
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