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Unrefined Salt Is Essential

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In order to optimize iodine levels, it is important to use other nutrients along with iodine. The most important of these nutrients is unrefined salt.  

There is a big difference between refined and unrefined salt.

Refined salt is 99 percent sodium and chloride, along with toxic additives such as ferrocyanide, and aluminum.

Unrefined salt, on the other hand, contains as much as 2 percent trace minerals. It is the mineral content of unrefined salt that makes it more healthy than refined salt.

Using unrefined salt along with iodine therapy minimizes adverse effects.

If a person has high levels of toxic halides such as bromine and fluoride in his or her body, iodine supplementation can displace those halides from their receptors and allow them to be excreted.

Indeed, this treatment has been used for many years. In the past, this remedy for bromine toxicity was referred to as “salting it out.”

In this process, intravenous sodium chloride or orally administered salt products were used to help the body to excrete excess amounts of both bromine and fluoride.

I have treated hundreds of patients who experienced side effects with iodine supplements by having them stop the iodine for two weeks while taking increased amounts of unrefined salt.

How much salt should you ingest? If you have normal kidney function and ingest adequate amounts of water, I suggest starting with at least one teaspoon of unrefined salt per day.

It is best to spread salt intake throughout the day, rather than taking it all at once.

Some patients will need more than one teaspoon of unrefined salt per day.

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