Originally posted by ldyserenity
They don't know why???
Originally posted by GMAN923
So am kinda new here, so I can't make my own topic yet, but I had went to carl's jr ( hardy's I think back east) and my buddy noticed a sign below the speaker of the drive thru I mean LOW you had to really pay attention to catch it. I mean not even did I catch it, needless to say I cancelled my order and ate at home instead. Not sure how to embed the image but I put a link as well as put it as my avatar. Hope this post doesn't go unnoticed, If this doesn't tell you the degree in which we are being exposed to chemical's from food to the clothes we put on our backs, I don't know what will.
edit on 6-8-2012 by GMAN923 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Aeons
reply to post by boncho
People in Western nations are not consuming enough normal iodine. This is not conventional wisdom, and I'm sure that I'd be argued with.
The ethnicities of the people with the increases is indicative, if in caucasians an anathema subject if you can even track down their ethnic ancestry. However, the same applies to non-Caucasians, such as Island or costal Asians.
The people getting it are people whose ancestors lived on a high seafood diet. They aren't getting enough iodine in their diets.
With their need for increase iodine, and their bodies chronic lack of it, combined with the nuclear disaster in Japan I would suspect you'll find that this gets worse. Body's are not "flooded" with regular iodine the way they are supposed to be.edit on 2012/1/16 by Aeons because: (no reason given)