Most people think that salts are iodized, so we don’t need to be concerned about iodine intake anymore. But a trip to the grocery store shows that not all salt is actually iodized. Research has found that iodized salt is an inferior way to fulfill one’s iodine requirement.
Take a drop or two or three in water, as needed.
Small amounts of Iodine are required for thyroid hormone production. Iodine-megadoses (as used in inferior iodine supplements) can suppress thyroid activity.