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Re: --Iodine amounts in Different kelp--
 
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Re: --Iodine amounts in Different kelp--


ML: "Thus a Thyroid Dominate person shall react Very Different to Laminaria Digatata kelp compared to a Adrenal Dominate person!"


So in your thoughts would an Adrenal Dominant person react more or less favorably to the Laminaria Digatata?

Could you also explain what you mean specifically by a thyroid dominant vs. adrenal dominant person? Does thyroid dominant refer to a stronger thyroid, weaker adrenals or that the thyroid is weaker and needs help?

In the Laminaria I guess it could be helpful for the thyroid in that it has higher iodine level yet the higher potassium to sodium ratio may not be great for someone who also has weak adrenals (if I have that right from your posts). I guess all you can really do is experiment with our bodies and see what works best.

I saw that seaveg.com has a combo with both types of kelp, a dulse, and a fucoidan. Would a combination of both types of kelp be adviseable?
 

 
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