YES – Iodine can prevent breast cancer and thyroid problems. It also acts against any sort of radiation – Nuclear or 5G. Iodine is an essential mineral and everybody should be taking it.
50 years ago, iodine was seen as so important in the USA, that it was added to bread as standard. Iodine became the go-to medicine after it was first separated from seaweed in 1811.
But things changed after 1948, when two doctors produced questionable studies saying Iodine was dangerous. The studies were presumably funded by big pharma, who would have seen the unpatented iodine as competition to their products.
Up till then, Iodine was seen as so important that it was standard practice in the USA to add Iodine to bread. In the 1950s it was taken out of bread and replaced with a bromide additive. Bromide in all its forms supplants iodine, leaving people even more iodine deficient.
The solution for breast or thyroid problems, is to take an iodine supplement twice a day. The best known are Lugol and Iodorol both made by www.Optimox.com. Iodorol is in pill form and avoids the digestive problems that can be provoked by Lugol’s solution.
Given the scares, people are cautious about the use of Iodine, and tend to under-dose. Best to start off with 4 drops in a glass of juice/water or a cup of tea twice a day. If you don’t feel well – ie feel dizzy or nauseas – reduce the dose. Most doctors will err on the side of caution and you wont take enough to deal with your problems.
Bromism Detox Reaction
When you start on iodine, it could react with the bromide in your system, and provoke a type of bromism. This is more likely in the USA, where bromine is much used. If you don’t feel well, stop taking iodine for 48 hours. In that time, do a salt detox. See Dr Jeffrey Dash. Then resume iodine at a lower dose.
Breast Cancer Prevention with Iodine
Most breast cancer starts with random lumps and soreness. Start with iodine early and the lumps will dissolve, soreness will go and cancer will be nipped in the bud
Thyroid problem Prevention with Iodine
Thyroid malfunction is mainly caused by iodine deficiency. An iodine supplement should be part of any treatment. See
Stephanie Burst – Guide to Supplementing with Iodine (2014)
The iodine resurgence is backed by a mass of users and by numerous brave doctors. Here are some links.
Recommended reading includes Lynne Farrow’s book.