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1. for which tasks is iodine responsible?
Iodine is an important component of thyroid hormones, which are needed for the regulation of metabolism and the development of the brain and skeleton. Therefore, iodine deficiency can lead to thyroid diseases such as goiter and hypothyroidism.
Since iodine is essential for the formation of thyroid hormones, it mainly performs the following functions in the human body:
- Regulation of metabolism
- Supporting the development of the brain and skeleton
- Protection against thyroid diseases such as goiter and hypothyroidism
Sufficient iodine consumption is therefore important to ensure a healthy thyroid gland and thus a healthy metabolism.
2 What is the daily requirement of iodine?
The German Nutrition Society (DGE) recommends a daily intake of 180-200 micrograms of iodine for adults. For a young child, the recommended amounts of iodine are naturally lower. The recommended daily intake increases, however, with physical activity, as iodine is excreted through sweat. The recommended daily intake of iodine for pregnant and breastfeeding women is about 230 µg, because they have to take care of their child.
3. in which foods is iodine found?
Iodine is an important nutrient that is essential for the formation of thyroid hormones. A deficiency of iodine can lead to thyroid disease, and therefore, care should be taken to ensure an adequate intake of iodine in the diet.
Fortunately, there are a variety of foods that contain iodine and thus can help prevent iodine deficiency.
Here are some examples: Seafood such as mussels, shrimp and squid are particularly high in iodine. Milk and dairy products such as yogurt and cheese also contain iodine. Eggs also contain iodine and are a good source of this nutrient. Iodine is present in some vegetables such as potatoes, spinach and broccoli. However, the concentration of iodine in vegetables varies depending on soil conditions and growing conditions. Iodine is present in some cereals such as wheat and barley. However, the iodine concentration can vary here as well.
To prevent iodine deficiency, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends adding iodine to table salt. In many countries, it is therefore common for table salt to be fortified with iodine. Overall, therefore, there are many foods that contain iodine and can thus help to ensure an adequate intake of this important nutrient. It is therefore important to ensure a balanced and varied diet in order to prevent iodine deficiency.
4. iodine in the form of dietary supplements
Anyone who wants to increase an iodine level that is too low with a dietary supplement should definitely pay attention to the form of the active ingredient and its origin. Iodine capsules are particularly suitable for increasing iodine levels. They are very well tolerated and are utilized by the body to a high degree. Likewise, the preparation should not contain any chemical additives. If you buy a preparation from Germany, you can be sure that the product has also been produced safely and is of high quality.
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5. conclusion: For which tasks is iodine responsible?
In this blog, you will learn more about what tasks iodine is responsible for and how much iodine you should take daily. When supplementing iodine, you can choose between iodine capsules and iodine tablets. Both forms are easy to handle and enter the circulation quickly. For optimal intake, always stick to the recommended daily amount and discuss any changes with a doctor.
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