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Re: Manganese


Well, I ate a pound of potassium Iodide between 2007 and 2014, and if you have math skills you can calculate my average intake choosing any time interval you select. I never had hypo or hyperthyroid problems. So, in my case at least, Iodine that most would consider "excessive" did not cause what you claim it "can". Hence, your theory is not correct for all cases. But my theory IS correct, that there are causes other than Iodine itself for hypo and hyperthyroidism. If you care to read a bit so you can become better versed and hence more qualified to make meaningful commentary, I suggest you begin by reading all of these articles at the link below, then come back and lets talk about any aspect of any of the contents of those articles you like, time permitting. :)

If you are asking me if manganese is in everything, my answer is, no it is not in everything. Moreover, even if manganese was hypothetically in everything, that in itself does not mean that each person's system is equipped to utilize it, as you would already know had you read more of the book I referenced. The second link takes you to that book. I look forward to hearing back from you once you've completed your reading assignments :)

http://www.optimox.com/iodine-research



https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015003251793;view=1up;seq=105



 

 
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