Superior bioavailabilityNascent Iodine is a liquid atomic form of this crucial mineral, which is well absorbed by the body, especially the thyroid.
Essential nutrient missing from many peoples’ diets
Immense benefits include helping regulate blood pressure, supporting detoxification, assisting blood sugar balance and much more.
5 Month Supply Per Bottle - A Little Goes a Long Way
Especially suited to those who have difficulty swallowing tablets and capsules, or with digestive difficulties.
Works in synergy with SeleniumFor maximum benefit, it is best taken alongside the mineral Selenium, they work together to support thyroid health.
Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
DISCLAIMER - People taking thyroid medication should consult their physician before taking iodine supplements
Good Health Naturally Nascent Iodine offers a liquid highly bioavailable form of this often-overlooked trace mineral. The atoms in Nascent Iodine have an incomplete number of electrons, so hold an electromagnetic charge. They remain inactive in the bottle, but become active when mixed with water and consumed. These “charged” atoms provide a huge release of energy for roughly 2-3 hours before gradually losing their power. During this time, it is readily absorbed and utilized in the body, particularly by the thyroid.
The missing nutrient
Globally, iodine deficiency is considered a serious public health issue. Contributing factors include mineral depletion in soil and food supplies. In particular, people following strict vegan diets may need to consider supplementing to ensure they are getting enough on a daily basis. Every cell in the body contains and makes use of iodine. While we don’t need a lot of it, a daily and constant supply is important.
Roughly 60 percent of iodine in the human body is found in the thyroid gland. It is a crucial building block for thyroid hormones which regulate growth, metabolism, and support healthy development both mentally and physically throughout life. Insufficient iodine may mean the body is not making enough of these hormones. Symptoms can include tiredness, weight gain, mood changes, constipation and sometimes enlargement of the thyroid gland which becomes visible in the neck.
Significant amounts of iodine is found in other tissues too: including salivary glands, cerebral and spinal fluid, breast and prostate tissue.
The World Health Authority recommends all women of childbearing age supplements iodine as it is critical in the first few weeks of pregnancy as well as when breast feeding.