Lack of quality iodine and other minerals in the diet is one of the most significant health problems in the world today.
This is largely due to the use of fertilizers and plant protection chemicals, continuous mechanical machining and depleted soil conditions that significantly influence food chain.
In addition, the increase of air, water and soil pollution from the continuous release of radioactive and harmful substances stimulate the development of various pathologies of THYROID, congenital defects, oncological, allergic and immunodeficiency diseases.
STATISTICS IS INEXORABLE:
- 86% of the world consumes iodized salt (however, increased salting causes cardiovascular problems and higher blood pressure).
- On average, Europeans per day consume 35-40 mcg of iodine, which is only about 30% of the daily dose!
- For the last 5 years it has been performed 3.5 times more thyroid surgeries.
- Over 650 million people are diagnosed with thyroid enlargement.