Now i got a bit scared with your talking of raw steaks and bones soups, livers and raw dairies. I wouldn't (and don't) mind some dairies, even if I don't feel they do too good to me I like them, but meat and fish is a nono, I just can't stand them and the idea of them. Would I be lacking of something important?
i guess i am a bit unclear on your question. but if you are asking if Lugol's solution is fit for consumption by vegans, i would say certainly yes. its just pure potassium Iodide and iodine, neither of which come from animal sources.
nono, I'm not that picky, the fact is that I read of eating livers and alike and I wonder, am I missing something? am I the only vegan in a forum of carnivores? (roarrr...):)
I suppose you are just choosing food with maximum intake of Iodine and that's it, but better to know if I need to supplement or eat specific foods that can cover a bit the gap. I mean, let's face it, I don't eat that many proteins!
there are a number of people in this forum who follow the principals of weston price, who demonstrated that a diet high in the fat soluble vitamin such as A and D could provide for excellent teeth, bone and connective tissue health. the best sources of those vitamins are meat, and specifically organ meats. price believed that A and D were the "activator" vitamins. he believed they were the vitamins that allowed you to fully utilize the minerals you consumed. bone broths is another item price studied and found to be of great benefit.
maybe you remember this, I must have read somewhere that some specific aminoacids were necessary to take while on iodine. It isn't unlikely, given that Iodine is someway related to neurotransmittors. And that is my worry because my intake of proteins is low. I am also concerned on the food that can best support the detoxification, of which i know nothing.