posted on Dec, 25 2013 @ 04:24 PM
It's easy to notice that a pint of iodized table salt is much heavier than a pint of un-iodized table salt. I found that even though efforts were
made to insure the homogeneity of potassium iodide in one pint of iodized sodium chloride, the heavier potassium iodide still slowly settles to the
bottom of the 1-Pint sample over several years of the salt shaker being on that store shelf(pretend 1-pt salt shaker's exist). Many containers are
stored upside down. So, when you use the 1-pint salt shaker -you get mostly potassium iodide on your steak and not salt(sodium chloride). You can
tell, because potassium iodide has smaller,crystals than the larger ,square sodium chloride crystals(and potassium iodide doesn't taste as salty as
sodium chloride. So, it may "rain as it pours" but you get a large dose of potassium iodide during each meal, reducing the amount of urine you
produce hourly. What do you think? Do you think all that potassium is needed in your system. Is this amount of potassium iodide beneficial?