Subject: Natural Sea Salt vs. Iodized Salt
Date: Sat Jul 10 20:33:23 2004
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Area of science: Chemistry
Is it true that iodine added to table salt (rock salt mined from the earth) is
man made in a lab with metals? Is it not natural? In high amounts metals can be
dangerous to humans. Wouldn't sea salt be better (in either way) and provide
the iodine needed for proper thyroid function in humans?
Re: Natural Sea Salt vs. Iodized Salt
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