Best way to help the thyroid gland is to give it an organic form of iodine. It is a form of iodine that is highly active, has optimal absorption and cannot be overdosed.
In general, there is a firm belief that the largest source of iodine is fish and algae and various specific mineral waters. Today, however, it is not only about yoga as such, but mainly about its basic forms, in organic and inorganic form.
We hear the view that the inorganic form of iodine originates from non-living nature and is contained in mineral waters due to gradual leaching from the ground or due to the addition of potassium iodide to the kitchen salt. Organic form of iodine must still be in living organisms such as plants (algae) and animals (fish).
This topic has been addressed for over 40 years by the world-renowned biochemist prof. Ing. Ivan Turianica, DrSc., who found:
- The organic form of iodine is very rare.
- Each living organism has the ability to transform the inorganic form of iodine into its organic form.
- This happens under very complex enzymatic processes in living organisms. It’s like a man.
- The conversion of iodine into the living organism is only to the extent necessary for life. This means that algae or fish have only a minimal amount of iodine in organic form. The other iodine found there is in its inorganic form (ready to be converted if necessary).