Posted on: 11.01.2022 Posted by: Drlark Comments: 0


This mineral combines with the enzyme L-tyrosine to produce thyroxin
— the main hormone in your body that regulates metabolism.
When enough thyroxin is available, food is converted into energy
at a more accelerated rate, and the chemical reactions within your
body occur more efficiently — producing a long-lasting surge
of energy.
Helps with: fatigue

Best food sources: fish and shellfish, sea vegetables such
as kelp, dulse, and garlic
Recommended daily intake: 150 mg maximum in a nutrient. Most
people get enough iodine through their diet.

To learn more about other nutrients, read on:

Essential Fatty Acids
Antioxidants and free radicals


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