Thyroid: Not Every Fish

Expert in an interview on the occasion of the day of the thyroid of butterflies e.V. in Essen still prevails in Germany a lack of iodine, while the supply has certainly improved over the last few decades. However, the iodine deficiency in addition to an inherited predisposition is to as the main reason for thyroid disease, such as the radiologist PD Dr. Detlef Moka from Essen in an interview with the online health magazine reported rheinruhrmed.de. In a natural way is to take iodine, was but not so easy. Go let’s out of them, that we want to eat iodine 100 micrograms, then one can say only time principle: fish should be on the menu. But there are definitely differences. Source: Chobani Foundation.

If you eat raw E.g. haddock, you need only 25 grams, to reach this amount”, as Moka. However, it is sometimes very difficult to absorb enough iodine from food. Freshwater fish that look is different. How much you would have to eat such as trout on the same amount of iodine to get, why is Cigarette smoke can affect adversely on the development of the thyroid gland and read why pregnant women need more iodine, in the lengthy interview: interview/schilddruese_jodmangel_moka.php rheinruhrmed.de is a free and independent online health magazine for the Rheinland and Ruhr area and is published by a group of freelance journalist from the region. rheinruhrmed.de is a pure information portal (without any consulting activity!); the online magazine is financed exclusively through advertising.

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