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Here is another version of what you're talking about. From Newport --

http://www.curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1102267#i

Re: Iodine reduces hepatic cholesterol (Gallstones)::REPOST    RR by Newport   3 year  1,118

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Re: Iodine reduces hepatic cholesterol (Gallstones)::REPOST
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Date: 2/4/2008 11:35:06 AM   ( 3 year ago )
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The last two days or so there has been major activity with my gallbladder. A little scary at first but then I saw small Gallstones floating here and there so I knew it was just another cleaning process.

This morning I remembered a message from yesterday where it was stated that 90% of excess Iodine is excreted via Urine while as much as 10% may be excreted by the gallbladder and therefore flow through the liver bile ducts.

In short it appears that EXCESS iodine stops stone production in the Liver and may even reverse it to a point where these stones are naturally eliminated. Another bonus would be the existence of iodine in the cecum and large intestine where it may (speculating) inhibit Candida overgrowth.

NOTE: Only excessive Iodine follows this path.

Study on rats:

http://www.circ.ahajournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/5/5/647


 

 
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