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Re: WHO statistics
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Published: 14 years ago
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Re: WHO statistics

But, what if a person were not only deficient in iodine, but they also ingested lots of bromide from their bread and soda drinks, and also drank a lot of fluoride-containing water ? Then, the tiny amount of Iodine in kelps might not be enough to offset the goitrogenic bromides and fluorides they are also eating. Some others may not be drinking and eating bromide and fluoride, and so if two different people eat kelps, they may report different results for their so-called protocols.

I love this! What is exciting to me now would be to discover sources of food/beverage & external influences which are providing these endocrine disruptors to do their damage.

Perhaps, organophosphates/organochlorines - i.e., pesticides, herbicides, fungicides,

And then....what are the ramifications of the recombinant effects of these various contaminants - assuredly NEW disruptors (not yet identified) are effectual.

OOhhhh - it's like an Agatha Christie murder mystery!

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