The Benefits of Nascent IodineThis is a featured page

Nascent iodine is the form of iodine is more rapidly absorbed by the body, since it is in its atomic rather than molecular form. In its excited state, it is very bio-available. In fact, it is the most efficient, rapid and safer form to get your dose ever day. Several people use it for various reasons including water purification, especially at the campsite or during emergencies, as a booster of energy especially when suffering iodine deficiency, to promote thyroid function and the regulation of metabolism, as an antiseptic to fight infections, to help maintain and detoxification systems and improve immunity.

Nascent iodine was traditionally considered only for its part in maintaining overall well-being as well as the health of the thyroid gland specifically in the production of T3 and T4, hormones and its influence over metabolism. But as science has discovered additional information about it, it has become even more treasured because it showed how important it is as a key factor in the detoxification process. The importance of nascent iodine supplementation has become even more pronounced because of the decrease in quantity in modern diet.

Two drops of nascent iodine per day can go a long way in maintaining a healthy body, although some may take up to 10 drops depending on the needs of the individual. The energizing benefit had been reported to be felt just right after the first dose especially for those who lack it. However, be careful when taking this especially when you have a sensitive stomach or may be hypersensitive to the substance. Ask your physician's advice regarding special instructions on it administration.

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