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Re: Boron's good & bad effects
 
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Re: Boron's good & bad effects


Thats a good start.

Here is some Iodine info that may help you further; 200 mcg is IMO a drop in the ocean when it comes to correct an Iodine deficiency. Thyroid issues (hypo, autoimmune) are connected to Sjogrens`disease. Probably adrenal issues as well.

"Iodine is concentrated in the lacrymal glands of the eye, and a lack of Iodine can cause dry eyes. Iodine can also be concentrated in the parotid and submandibular glands of the mouth, and iodine deficiency here can result in dry mouth"
http://www.newmediaexplorer.org/chris/2007/01/31/consequences_of_iodine_deficiency.htm

Ps; Seroquel is a medication that often cause mouth dryness. The intake of boron may just have highlighted this, or a need for more iodine. Boron is the main mineral for the para thyroid gland, as iodine is for the thyroid

My best suggestion is to read, educate yourself; this forum has some exellent educational material. Start with the RRR`ed threads. And about the co-elements that are needed with iodine, like selenium.

 

 
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