"For some reason Iodine
seems to highligh a deficieny or/and aggravate (bring to surface?) an underlying condition."
Ok, but think a little. If the above is true, my question for those who think logically, is, do you believe Iodine
is unique in this regard ?
That is to say....... I request you to randomly choose some other mineral, supplement, or whatever and ask yourself if it is reasonable that supplementing with "whatever" other thing, might "highligh a deficieny or/and aggravate (bring to surface?) an underlying condition"
If this is true, then woe. Woe to all who supplement with anything. Because by the same seeming "logic", the reasonable Man would conclude it could aggravate an underlying condition.
I don't buy it. People supplement with many things and if the above were true, we all might just as well throw in the towel, because the potential negatives increase exponentially dependent on the number of supplements taken. Beyes Theorem.
Shall I write more, or leave it to those who understand what i'm saying to know ? If my writing isn't enough for you to know the rest, .......
Maybe ginagirl is right in her implication that supplementing one essential nutrient can lead to whatever.... the idea can be extended that supplementing other things like boron, calcium,vit B 12 , etc can cause underlying shitt to happen...
Or else its unique to only iodine.
Or else the whole notion of it is pure bunk.
I don't know. That is why I am smart, because I admit I am not, unlike some others, who are truly smart :)