It is believed that iodine as ethereal element and its elemental form is only required for the synthesis of the hormone thyroxine thyroid (T4) and (T3). The recommended daily intake of iodine in North America and Western Europe ranges from 150 to 300 micrograms. Recommended doses were chosen solely for the purpose of prevention and treatment of endemic goiter and hypothyroidism. Considering the importance of this element, the authors of the recommendations are not fully investigated it, and most surprising that no study which has not yet attempted to answer the important question is whether, iodine is required only to supply the thyroid gland. Perhaps, iodine is needed for many other purposes in our bodies, and what are the real levels of iodine intake. The thyroid gland uses iodine from the active arterial blood, where it goes (if supplied) through food and air.

However, arterial blood is a nutrient transport for all organs and tissues. Natural way iodine gets into the cells of these organs and tissues. What is the role of iodine in this case, no answer, no modern research. And this question seems to be artificially silenced. Also, no one not clearly decipher the recommended dose of RDA (WHO). Are the rules RDA holistic needs, and if not, why not? For starters, let's say that up to 40s each clinician in the United States used the iodine and its salts a wide range of clinical conditions. Treated with all possible pathologies: paralysis, chorea, fistula, deafness, spinal curvature, syphilis, tuberculosis, burns, gout, asthma, ulcers, bronchitis, hyperthyroidism, chronic poisoning, angina, arteriosclerosis, aneurysm, etc.