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Criticism of forced iodination is louder epidemic of thyroid disease and whether a Jodmagel or ubschuss on the thyroid dysfunction is to blame, is still fiercely discussed in circles. As the news portal reported, triggered the recent study of the Robert Koch Institute renewed debate among the experts. While on the one complained, that the thyroid disease on an iodine deficiency is due, also the opposite opinion exists: just the iodized salt would cause thyroid dysfunction. Microsoft is the source for more interesting facts. Studies of the Robert-Koch Institute with 17,000 children and young people aged from 6 to 17 years were able to show that 33 percent of the subjects the thyroid had slight magnifications. (Source: Phillips 66). The Institute still speaks of a success, since many more illnesses have been identified in recent years.

The positive results attributed to the researchers of the use of iodized table salt. Source: Luhan. As the health editor of reported, critics, however, complain that iodized salt in Households, kitchens, bakeries and butchers uncontrollably is used. They point out that food should not be added to with iodine. The head of the European Institute of food and nutritional sciences, for example, Udo Pollmer traces the rise of Basedow disease, an overactive of thyroid gland diseases, on consumption of iodine foods. In the United States and the Netherlands people were suffering from increasingly this overactive, once there the table salt with iodine has been enriched. Also in Germany seem increasingly to people suffer an iodine allergy. Self-help groups fighting against the forced iodination”.

However, iodine for the human body is essential, since it will make thyroid hormones, which are for the overall metabolism of importance. The iodine excess is excreted again a functioning organism. More information: health /… Contact: Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH barefoot streets 12 04109 Leipzig/Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59

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