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Iodine Fights Many Kinds of Infection

March 16, 2017

Iodine Fights Many Kinds of Infection

Dr. Doug Pucci, in New Jersey, conducts seminars presenting the latest science and clinical data on neurotoxic illness, hormone imbalances and chronic disease, and he is a big fan of iodine. He states, “The ability to resist infection and disease is compromised by long-term deficiency in essential nutrients. One of those is iodine, which has many non-endocrine biologic effects, including the role it plays in the physiology of the inflammatory response. Iodides increase the movement of white blood cells, called granulocytes, into areas of inflammation and improves the destruction of bacteria. Because iodine is so useful in combating inflammation, it is fair to say that the immune system will deplete all available reserves, including those essential to thyroid function.”

Although the body needs very little of this essential element, we can’t afford to run short. The exclusive formulation of Natural Findings Detoxified Iodine provides all we need in a safe, non-toxic form that produces no side effects.

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Hashimoto's thyroiditis, also called autoimmune or chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis, is the most common type of hypothyroidism. The term thyroiditis refers to an inflammation (not an infection) of the thyroid gland itself. It is named after the Japanese physician Hakaru Hashimoto, who first described the condition in 1912.

Inflammation is a normal, natural sign that the immune system is working. It is the natural defense mechanism of the body to protect against foreign invaders or injury and can become chronic in certain cases. In a localized infection, for example, the sequence of events can be summarized as follows:

  1. Microbes (bacteria) enter the body.
  2. Small blood vessels become dilated to increase blood flow.
  3. There is an increase in vascular permeability to protein.
  4. Fluid moves into the tissue, causing swelling.
  5. Neutrophils (a type of white blood cell) and later monocytes (another type of white blood cell) move from the blood vessels into the tissue.
  6. Microbes are engulfed and destroyed by white cells.
  7. Tissue repair is initiated.

Iodine is required for thyroxin production and is concentrated in the thyroid gland. Worldwide research shows that iodine deficiency is a major cause of breast, ovarian, uterine and prostate cysts and cancers. Iodine levels in U.S. soils have fallen by more than 50 percent over the past 50 years. Several long-term studies have observed clinical findings such as reversal of fibrocystic disease, decreased insulin requirements in diabetics, significantly less need for medication for hypothyroidism and resolution of migraine headaches and fibromyalgia pain.

“One of the problems with our current thinking about nutrition and disease is that we often try to medicate our way out of the condition” says Pucci. “There are good quality sources of iodine that are easily assimilated and absorbed, and then there are cheap bulk supplies.” What makes Natural Findings Detoxified Iodine superior is the way it is processed, which involves electrically charging the naturally occurring iodine by means of a proprietary method.

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