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Potassium Iodide, The Thyroid Gland, Fluoride, and The Obesity Conspiracy.

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posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 08:13 AM

Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
reply to post by smyleegrl

The two work synergistically together. Vitamin C and Iodine are some of the most powerful nutrients required by the body.

I have a few herbal remedy books, I will check them for any information regarding natural herbs that contain Iodine. Kelp and Seaweed do from the top of my head.
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why do essential nutrients for our body always seem to come in "crappy" or "blah" tasting forms. you would think the body would crave these and make them taste delicious

posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 08:54 AM
reply to post by smyleegrl

Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus)

Nasturtiums are a great herb to have around the garden, not only can you eat the whole plant which is high in vitamin c and benefits your health, it is an attractive flower and adds color to any garden. This is such an easy plant to grow and it doesn’t need a lot of tending. Dry places won't do, however, and they need sun.
The flowers and leaves are edible and have a spicy taste. They are rich in vitamin C. The flowers can be added to salads for an exotic look and taste; they have a slightly peppery taste reminiscent of Watercress.

Nasturtiums are rich in Vitamins A and C, iron, IODINE and phosphorus.

posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 10:03 AM

These do well as container plants, too. Before I bought my home and made my gardens, I grew these in hanging baskets on my apartment balcony. Just make sure they get plenty of sun. No reason not to grow them if you don't have room...

Great thread! Thanks!

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posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 03:14 PM
reply to post by WhiteMagicWoman

You're quite welcome. Thanks for the information on Nasturtiums. I was unaware of that. From what I have read in some of my herbal remedy books, alfalfa works really well for thyroiditis. I will keep flipping through my books, incase I can find any other natural remedies. Thanks for the share.

posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 03:54 PM

Originally posted by Kickfrip
reply to post by VeritasAequitas

here we are: " a lifetime to build up, only days to remove "

It runs through a very quick cheap detailed method on pretty much a DEEP CLEAN of our bodies of the crap thats built up over the years. IMO it is full of valuable info.

Hope some people take a look and maybe follow through with this =]


GREAT link!! Thank you! I've also been reading about clay and it's ability to pull this stuff out of one's system. The plan above sounds like it may work better though.
Really liking this thread

posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 04:46 PM
reply to post by VeritasAequitas

Thank you for your thread.

I too have an interest in Iodine ...

Did you know that if you paint Betadene which contains Providene Iodine on a sore muscle before you go to bed at night that the soreness will be gone by morning?
I did this last time I went skiing and could ski day on day without a rest day from muscle fatigue.

Did you know that applying iodine to scar tissue will convert it back to soft pliable tissue?
I discovered this quite by accident and have since found scholarrly support for it.
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posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 05:45 PM
Do you know for sure that due to the atomic weight fluoride displaces iodine? Are people haunted by obesite whom do no overeat, whom only eat between 2000 and 3000 kcal a day?

posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 06:22 PM
This guy is the mega expert on iodine. I have his iodine book. Very good read.

posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 07:53 PM
reply to post by Merinda

Do you know for sure that due to the atomic weight fluoride displaces iodine?

100% sure. It is science.

posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 08:27 PM

Originally posted by Merinda
Do you know for sure that due to the atomic weight fluoride displaces iodine?

My understanding is that the supplementation of Iodine greatly enhances the excretion rate of the toxic halides bromide, fluoride and perchlorate and some heavy metals including mercury and lead.

So it seems to me that Iodine is depleted by binding with these toxins.

I am not sure how this relates to atomic weight...
...but it seems that the increase of these toxins significantly depletes the bioavailable Iodine.

posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:01 PM
reply to post by troubleshooter

This may have the information needed to answer this question.

Now while the thyroid gland helpfully stores iodine from the blood passing through it every 17 minutes, the gland may also be made to lose that stored iodine if, for example, we take in drinking water to which chlorine is added, or use too much sodium chloride, whose common name is table salt. There is a well-known law of halogen displacement. The halogen group is made up as follows: Relative Halogen Atomic Weight Fluorine 19. Chlorine 35.5 Bromine 80. Iodine 127. The critical activity of any one of these four halogens is in inverse proportion to its atomic weight. This means that any one of the four can displace the element with a higher atomic weight, but cannot displace an element with a lower atomic weight. For example, fluorine can displace chlorine, bromine and iodine because fluorine has a lower atomic weight than the other three. Similarly, chlorine can displace bromine and iodine because they both have a higher atomic weight. Likewise, bromine can displace iodine from the body because iodine has a higher atomic weight. But a reverse order is not possible. A knowledge of this well-known chemical law brings us to a consideration of the addition of chlorine to our drinking water as a purifying agent. We secure a drinking water that is harmful to the body not because of its harmful germ content but because the chlorine content now causes the body to lose the much-needed iodine.

posted on Jan, 10 2013 @ 12:08 PM
After carefully reading this thread and doing some independent research via medical journals and other discussion boards, I purchased L-Tyrosine (500Mg) and Potassium Iodide (32.5Mg) online. I will be drinking only distilled water and taking one of each tablet per day over the next 30 days to see if it improves my mental clarity, energy levels, and provides any weight loss benefits.

All signs point to this being a good regimen to add to my nutritional intake. Time will tell. I will report back soon.

posted on Jan, 10 2013 @ 03:31 PM
reply to post by 59demon

Thanks for posting in; I would love to hear how you are doing once you start the regime. My only worries is to make sure you don't have any allergies to Iodine. I know one person that does personally, but then again I am not sure how common that is. It's like finding people allergic to water...

posted on Jan, 10 2013 @ 11:13 PM
I wanted to update the thread with this interesting information that corroborates what I said earlier.

Fluoride (water, toothpaste, etc), Chloride (Water, washing up liquid, detergent, cleaning products) Bromide (white flour products, bread, cakes, etc) are in the same group on the periodic table as iodine.

They substitute themselves very easily for iodine in the thyroid molecule.

A blood test from your doctor will show a normal thyroid test, but, the thyroid molecule is no longer iodine based and so the molecule is ineffective.

I suspected as much due to the similarity between them.
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posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 12:42 AM
I found an interesting abstract regarding Iodine and its effectiveness against the Influenza virus.

Iodine: The forgotten weapon against Influenza Virus

posted on Jan, 11 2013 @ 03:31 PM
So how much fluoride is too much? the water in my city has 0.7 mg/L of fluoride in the water.

posted on Jan, 13 2013 @ 02:15 PM
reply to post by taniab

The problem is fluoride is cumulative; any amount is going to be too much. Since it bonds to the calcium in the body it doesn't leave very willingly. So overtime, drinking and consuming the fluoride from processed foods, canned goods, tap water, and the like, it builds up and accumulates with the calcium.

posted on Jan, 14 2013 @ 02:36 PM
reply to post by davjan4

TO davjan4
1) You say "It's almost like they want to kill us." 'ALMOST'? Do a google search for proof of the depopulation agenda, quotes, memos, etc., and you will see that this terrible agenda is REAL! The Georgia Guide stones seem to have been commissioned by Ted Turner if my info is correct, who controls most of the worlds food supply, and I think has been quoted mentioning his intention to depopulate the Earth. The guide stones say 1/2 billion people is the goal.

2) Smoking: The act of burning creates harmful molecules that are carcinogenic, which means that inhaling or eating anything 'burnt' can cause cells to become cancerous. When you understand how DNA replicates (through mitosis - Cell Replication) and how proteins are produced by the DNA, and how these events are controlled by the chemistry that surrounds all cells....then you will learn the cause of cancer is all of these toxins and nutrient imbalances, and how the cure for cancer and most all disease is a balanced diet of ONLY natural foods.
The new method of smoking nicotine vapor eliminates this cause of carcinogens, and there is another benefit: The radioactive, unstable, mined fertilizer containing the element Polonium is another cause of cancer (just like any Chemo actually causes cancer), because the decay of atoms causes radiation that mutates the molecules in the cells and mutates the Proteins and DNA produced by cells. Almost all cigarettes use that poison for fertilizer, which caused 1/2 of the scientific community to quit when that knowledge was publicly released. If you use the pure nicotine vapor method of 'smoking' then these two factors are eliminated, and probably the only harm left is the addictive nature of nicotine.

3) I found it odd that the less massive atoms displace/replace the more massive atoms. Understanding chemistry starts with understanding how all atoms outer shells fill up with 8 electrons (like the corners of a cube)(This makes an inert atom which cannot bond with others). The Florine, Chlorine, Bromine, and Iodine all have 7 in their outer shells, which means only one spot to bond with, and they will bond the best with atoms that have only one electron in their outer shells.
It must be either the smaller atoms that squeeze in to steal the bond, or there must be a factor where only the total energy in an atom is divided among all the electrons so the outer ones in larger atoms have less pull than in smaller atoms. It will take more research for me to figure out why the smaller ones take the place of the larger atoms, or if that only happens with atoms having 7 electrons in their outer (valence) shells.

4) Why 8 you may wonder? Because the 3D world is formed by 3D spheres, from the orbits of electrons, making the smallest solid matter (atoms), and because the direction of motion of the charge (the particle is the charge), is one dimensions...the direction of spin is a second, then the direction of the magnetic field generated by that spin makes a third, and these three dimensions determine how electrons bond (along the magnetic axis), and how they conduct (along the other two axis).

5) You said "Now, you might ask yourself "Self, why did they remove the iodine from our bread"?
It's because it interfered with the uptake of radioactive iodine, used in thyroid imaging tests! "

I would bet that is a bull crap excuse just like saying that fluoride strengthens the teeth. These things are true, but they are not the reasons why these elements were replaced. These reasons are not sufficient or reasonable to make these changes. It is obvious that the people who made these decisions knew the chemistry, and must have known what we are discussing here, which indicates that the real reason WAS to intentionally harm everyone who was ignorant to these things. Those wealthy elites would either be taught these things, or at least warned not to eat or drink any of these toxins. If you look up the oaths of the Pope, Jesuits, Cardinals, Illuminati, Freemasons (Google Book: Light on Masonry), etc., then it becomes obvious why these things are being done, and by whom. For more on the names of who is doing this, go to this site:

6) My mother had first hand experience with this... She had 'hypothyroidism' for years, and took medication, until she switched from tap to bottled water, and the problem stopped.

posted on Jan, 14 2013 @ 07:23 PM

Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
reply to post by taniab

The problem is fluoride is cumulative; any amount is going to be too much. Since it bonds to the calcium in the body it doesn't leave very willingly. So overtime, drinking and consuming the fluoride from processed foods, canned goods, tap water, and the like, it builds up and accumulates with the calcium.

*sigh*I figured that. I drink about a gallon of water a day and then I started to do the math, scary. I found a water store in my city that is pretty much anti fluoride and anti everything else in water. Im 4 days clean from fluoride drinking water. I also ordered some iodine. Going to do a 30 day trial and document my findings.

posted on Jan, 14 2013 @ 11:17 PM
reply to post by FissionSurplus

RESPONSE TO: FissionSurplus

The B-17 moleculel contains one atom of arsenic, and it uses it like a B-17 bomber to kill one cell, and it only uses that on cancerous cells, but not on healthy cells.
Even just cooking or spinning (in a centrifuge) can destroy vitamins, proteins, and enzymes like that which are healthy, and turn them into toxins, like the free Arsenic atom. A lot of arsenic comes from apple seeds too, but you can eat them and they pass right through you with no trouble, because of how organic molecules contain certain atoms in certain ways to make something damaging into something useful.
This is why almost all pills or processed forms of food or medicine are harmful, or at best not as useful as the natural sources: Healthy plant and animal food sources (The best medicines, and the only ones with no harmful side effects, because our cells have evolved to use these molecules properly).

If salt displaces the Iodine in your body, that may be because it bonds to it very well, which would explain why historically our ancestors got iodine from sea salt and fresh kelp (not processed kelp pills).

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