'Clean eating' could be a Big Problem.

Are YOU getting enough iodine? 'Clean eating' could be the problem. 

From sudden weight gain to constant tiredness, experts warn we need to maintain levels of Iodine for weight control, as well as children's IQ and reading ability.  Signs of deficiency include a puffy face, difficulty concentrating and hair loss. 

Iodized Salt (table salt) gives us the bare minimum to avoid goiters. However, milk is the richest source of iodine and supplies up to 40% of a person's intake. However, if you can’t have dairy, be sure to add fish, seaweed and eggs to your diet.


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