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Thyroxin - Iodine sources?

Moses Clarke 123moses2clarke9878 at my-deja.com
Mon Dec 13 01:50:00 EST 1999


Moses here: Kelp and dried edible seaweed.





In article <831cf5$1ld$1 at flood.xnet.com>,
  "River Mouse" <riverthemouse at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Fish and iodine fortified table salt are often cited as common
sources of
> iodine, which is required by the thyroid in the synthesis of thyroxin
in
> order to regulate the metabolic rate. As a vegan, I don't eat fish.
> Additionally I don't season with salt out of personal preference.
>
> What foods contain extra iodine?
>
> I'm upping my cardiovascular workouts, and I'm concerned about being
able to
> maintain endurance / keeping my metabolism going.
>
> Thanks :)
>
>


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