I like to take a drop of Iodine every now and then, it helps me feel better.
The Iodine cult is out of their minds, in my opinion of course.
They hve oversold the effectiveness of iodine, and advertised it as a cure-all.
Now they are harassing anyone and everyone who experiences negative effects.
Additionally, there are other methods of curing every disease that they claim Iodine deficiency is the sole cause of.
If this were true then only iodine would cure those diseases.
Trapper, stop sending me pm's, I don't want to talk with you about anything, keep it on the forums if you feel the need to insult me.
Large doses of iodine act as a stimulant, that's why people think they are x% better, it's purely a stimulative reaction.
When the dust settles you will be able to accurately gauge what's really going on.
I don't trust new people who make great claims. Not because they are liars, but because they lack experience in long term trends and disease management.
The proof is that all of the iodine culters are still ill themselves, obsessing about food choices, still searching for the next best thing. That pretty much says it all.
I am not wishing you ill; I hope that your progress is for real, but don't bet the farm that iodine will cure every one of your problems, and realize that things change too over time and what works now or in the short term may in the long term turn out to be a bad idea.