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  Title A perspective on high dose iodine supplementation - More thoughts on Abraham's perspective on the Wolf-Chaikoff effect and the overall risks of supplemental iodine on thyroid function [Part X]
Journal Nutr Perspect. 2013 Jan;36(1):32-36
Peer Review No
Publication Type Article

As I resume my exploration of controversies relating to the biochemistry, physiology, and clinical applications of high dose iodine, I would like to thank you for your many kind comments on the detour I have taken over the last three issues of the Moss Nutrition Report where I explored the subject of fear as it relates to the practice of clinical nutrition. While, at first glance, I admit it might have seemed a bit abrupt and out of place, I hope you can relate to my desire to fully address and
understand a key question that has been buzzing in my mind right from the time I first began this iodine series:
Why are so many proponents of clinical use of milligram dosing of iodine so bound and determined to convince everyone that, unlike every other substance on earth, iodine is totally and completely risk free for everyone at doses that are several thousand times the RDA?

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