Iodoral ® 12,5 mg 90 tbl.
Precisely defined composition
- Contains iodine and potassium iodide
- Precise dosing
- Coated to eliminate the unpleasant taste of iodine
- It does not irritate the stomach
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Iodoral® 12,5 mg
Item Catalog Number: 01001
Iodine is essential for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. Its deficiency can cause weight gain, low energy, depression, cardiovascular disease, cognitive impairment and various types of cancer.
However, today iodine deficiency rates have reached epidemic levels, having quadrupled in the past 40 years. Surprisingly, 74% of "healthy" adults probably do not eat enough of iodine.
Recent scientific analysis reveals that many commercial brands of table salt currently contain insufficient amounts of iodine. Emerging evidence shows that low iodine levels are seriously affected by a wide range of health problems, including an increased risk of breast cancer and fibrocystic breast disease.
Serving Size 1 tablet
Servings per container 90
|Amount per serving:|
|Total Iodine/Iodide||12.5 mg|
|Iodide (as potassium salt)||7.5 mg|
|Other ingredients: Micosolle®, a silica-based excipient containing a non-ionic surfactant, microcristaline cellulose, vegetable stearins and pharmaceutical glaze.|
Dosage and Use
Take 1 tablet daily with or without food, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
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DO NOT EXCEED RECOMMENDED DOSE
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When using nutritional supplements, please consult with your physician if you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition or if you are pregnant or lactating.
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Frequently asked questions
How much Iodoral should I take?
Typical use is 1 tablet a day, but it depends on the individual needs of the body. The Japanese diet includes an average of 13.7 mg of iodine per day. The literature also mentions a dose of 150 mg per day in justified cases. It is best to consult with someone experienced in the use of iodine.
Should other ingredients be used with Iodoral?
It is absolutely necessary to prepare the body for iodine supplementation - mainly the thyroid gland. The most important ingredient is selenium. In addition, you should supplement vitamin B2 and B3, magnesium, zinc and vitamin A and vitamin D, which is important in the processes of iodine storage in the body.
What are the benefits of using Iodoral instead of Lugol's?
The tablet is kinder to the stomach by applying a pharmaceutical coating. It is also easier and more precise to dose. In addition, each tablet has a score in the center that allows you to break it for even more precise dosing, or to reduce the single volume of the tablet to make it easier to swallow, although the tablet is really small.
What is Iodoral?
Iodoral is the tablet version of Lugol's solution. It contains elemental iodine and potassium iodide. It comes in two versions: 12.5 mg and 50 mg. The 12.5 mg version is packaged with 90 and 180 tablets, and the 50 mg version is packaged with 30 and 90 tablets.