Iodine is a key trace mineral that’s required to maintain the thyroid hormone, which is crucial for your metabolism and immune function. Iodine has also been shown to support healthy stress hormone response in animals.
Unfortunately, many people don’t get enough iodine in their diet — simply because it’s hard for most people to eat enough seafood and other iodine-rich foods. And physically active people are at more risk for deficiency as iodine gets lost through perspiration.
What About Iodized Salt?
Iodized salt debuted back in the 1920s to prevent deficiency diseases like goiter and cretinism — not to meet daily requirements — making iodine insufficiency widespread.
Iodized salt consumption has not proven to be the ideal method to meet daily iodine requirements because of the overall decrease in sit-down meals (most food production salt is not iodized), heart health concerns surrounding salt, and increasing sea salt (not iodized) usage due to iodized salt’s lack of micronutrients from over-processing.
That’s why we have developed a pure and natural iodine supplement from Icelandic kelp — known as one of the most iodine rich superfoods out there. Unless you’re shaking so much salt you’ve got the forearms of a cartoon sailor, you can send that shaker to your daily seaweed bath appointment, because you don’t need either. Save time, feel better, and de-stress naturally with Bulletproof™ Iodine.
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Use & Ingredients:
Take one capsule with food once or twice daily to support healthy thyroid, immune, and metabolism function.