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Do we still need iodized salt? (wtf even is it?)

Do we still need iodized salt? (wtf even is it?)


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Do we still need iodized salt? (wtf even is it?)

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49 comments

Felipe 23/08/2021 - 20:41

and know the west suffers from hyperthyroidism that could have been worse if it wasnt for the junkie food, ironically

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V Edwards 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Thank you, I now know to avoid Iodine…I always knew it was toxic, but now I know for sure.

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Pete Nathan 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Isn't fluoride bad for your teeth?

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Stacey Evans 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Cool! what if you eat to much is the question I came for though?

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XKloosyv 23/08/2021 - 20:41

When you point to places, are you considering the fact that the earth is not flat? I feel like some of the pointing should be more towards the ground.

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TheMister123 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Goiter? I hardly know 'er!
(Sorry I'm late.)

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Michelle J 23/08/2021 - 20:41

All of the pesticides that is deliberately sprayed in hotels, many enclosed places on foods in the air may bring back the goiter belt all over the u s and even worse.

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Kayden L 23/08/2021 - 20:41

A lot of this also probably comes from the demonization of salt. Salt is good for you, it takes A FUCK TON for you to start having even small health issues. But the recommended intake is actually LOWER than what studies have shown you should be eating—to the point that eating the RDV is far more dangerous than eating several times it.

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Luigi Cotocea 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Rn i eat cucumbers with tomatoes using iodized salt

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Christa VerDuren 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Dairy———- o.O I'm lactose intolerant!!!!!!!!!!

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Offsuit27 23/08/2021 - 20:41

I'm a little late to this particular party but I use iodized salt in water for boiling vegetables or pasta where it doesn't matter what texture it is. I also make it taste just shy of ocean water cause that's the only way any of the salt is going to get absorbed into the actual food. That's how we do it at the restaurant I cook at too, if you think that's crazy

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fullmetalsasuke21 23/08/2021 - 20:41

What puzzles me is that iodized salt is frowned upon in curing meats. Why is that?

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Dre Xgg 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Can I use iodized salt for gums?

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StarrieM 23/08/2021 - 20:41

I appreciate it when you introduce your sponsorships as you do in this and other videos.

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The Emperor of Mankind 23/08/2021 - 20:41

People who think the government is trying to control us with iodine need to be flayed alive

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Hershey Velmonte 23/08/2021 - 20:41

wow. i never thought iodized salts have such implications to society. i always thought it was unhealthier than sea salts. it's really nice to learn new things.

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Maigus224 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Are you telling me if i ate fish I wouldn't have a thyroid problem!

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innosanto 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Kalas is iodized salt, and the most famous salt brand in Greece.

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innosanto 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Of course we do. This is also why dome people take kelp supplements.

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Ahmad Fathlillah 23/08/2021 - 20:41

I find iodine leaves metallic taste in my tongue, specially in eggs or steaks. I don't know if others tasted it the same way as I do with iodinized table salt.
But in soup or broth I can't tell the difference at all.

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ACXD 23/08/2021 - 20:41

If you cook with iodized salt, will it destroy the iodine? Or is added macro better?

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Lord Helmet 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Where are you in GA? I'm on Amelia Island, just over the border.

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tycoinreno 23/08/2021 - 20:41

0:45 Very fascinating that arsenic, famously considered a poison, is a needed trace mineral.

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Alice Wilde 23/08/2021 - 20:41

flouride actually removes iodine from the body, flouridation of water was probably causing the iodine deficiency

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lockejohn18 23/08/2021 - 20:41

So the south is getting dumber because of iodine? I thought it was republicans lol

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keisreeman 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Low IQ is not a sign of Iodine deficiency. It's actually the other way around.

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LaNoir 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Now if you can tell me if I should take iod while having a thyroid sickness, that would solve the chicken&egg problem for most doctors in the world.

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geniuspharmacist 23/08/2021 - 20:41

I've never felt the difference in taste between cheap salt and expensive salt. We use regular table salt for most applications. Glad to hear it's helping our thyroid function.

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Jim Burris 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Unfortunately, consumed fluoride is mostly ineffective v. topical application.

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AlyxCouch 23/08/2021 - 20:41

dude you rule!

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Ian Ramos 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Sea salt has micro plastics in it

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Bipe 23/08/2021 - 20:41

that flouride stare tho

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Arkadii 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Can you stop foodtubers from saying "kosher salt" all the time please………………………………………..

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K Sec 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Is there such thing as Iodine Salt that is not very salty in taste? So you can spray them on in cooking along with your other fancy salt with out much thought.

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c0ffeeg0blin 23/08/2021 - 20:41

It's not everyday I get to hear the word "Goiter". Thanks.

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Larissa Soto 23/08/2021 - 20:41

What about consuming too much iodine? Is it bad? (Obviously using too much salt is not healthy, tho)

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IgobyMonty 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Cows eat salt too yk

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Uncle Star Wars Satchmo98 23/08/2021 - 20:41

To quote a label on a swedish salt jar: "iodeli-huhu!"

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askmiller 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Just take a supplement if you need it.

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dgriite 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Swiss person here 🙂 So Adam was absolutely right with the iodized salt being A Thing in Switzerland – while we do have various fancy salts in stores, the "regular" salt everyone gets is actually always iodized, and every store sells it. From my general education, it's been explained to us that we need iodized salt because we are far away from any seas/oceans (which is true), and the local fish produce, since it's not maritime fish, but sweet-water fish, does not contain a lot of iodine either.
Iodized salt tastes salty just like other salt – there is no secondary flavor to it – but the saltiness is a little bit less intense. This is the reason why, when I follow an American recipe that says something like "3 pinches of kosher (non iodized) salt" I add a bit more iodized salt than that, to get the same amount/intensity of saltiness.

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Aaron Glicco 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Unless you eat a hugely varied diet, you dont get all your vitamins and minerals daily. it doesn't hurt to take a multivitamin daily. Its like 5 bucks at most supermarkets for 90 days
. I dont know about taking all the other singular vitamins, but a decent multivitamin keeps things pretty normal, and when health is concerned, normal is good.

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Pedro Claramunt 23/08/2021 - 20:41

I like that when the map of Latin america my country of Uruguay it's not including on the issue. Seems we where ok 🤷🏼‍♂️

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bruh #1 23/08/2021 - 20:41

I see, Hungary has also made it’s way into this topic… Intresting

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Z. Voorhees 23/08/2021 - 20:41

The real reason for iodized salt was to get more eligible young men into soldier uniforms. Clear case presented here.

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Matt Peacock 23/08/2021 - 20:41

What are you doing on a beach like that without a live shrimp on a red treble hook?? You want iodine??? Snatch up a few of them weak fish, or whatever you east coasters call a speckled trout!!!

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ailblentyn 23/08/2021 - 20:41

My father-in-law developed an iodine defriciency. It was not fun for him. Eat your iodised salt!

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demoniack81 23/08/2021 - 20:41

I'm confused by the iodine deficiency here in Italy. We eat a non insignificant amount of seafood (as you'd imagine), and we also eat a lot of salt and an absolute shitload of cheese, so…?

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Holy Reality 23/08/2021 - 20:41

I have learned so so so many amazing things watching this channel, keep it up, love your content!!

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Aubrey Krendale 23/08/2021 - 20:41

Get a haircut ya goofy lookin F.

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