Up to 20% Off + FREE U.S. Shipping with Subscribe & Save



Skin Care



Get to know Dr. Group

Nutrition

Although scientists have yet to determine the exact origin of autism, some research has shown a potential link between iodine deficiency and autism.[1] Because of this, many alternative health care practitioners are looking at methods that involve nutrition, detoxification and iodine supplementation. Over the past two decades, the incidence of autism spectrum disorder rates among children has skyrocketed. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates one out of every 88 children in the U.S. will display autistic symptoms.[2] This is astonishingly high. (more…)

SSKI is a saturated solution of potassium iodide. In this form, potassium iodide can be administered through a solution, as opposed to tablet form. (The tablet form is provided during emergencies involving radiation exposure.) Two standard drops of SSKI contain about the same amount of iodine as a medicinal tablet of 130mg. (more…)

The human body uses iodine to maintain normal development and proper metabolic balance. There are many forms of iodine. All of the types that are safe to consume for humans are the iodide form, which includes potassium iodide, sodium iodide (the form added to salt), and nascent iodine. Considering its importance to human health, it may be surprising that some forms of iodine, including elemental iodine, are toxic to humans. Elemental iodine damages tissue upon contact. High concentrations of iodine solutions can cause chemical burns, or worse. That's why warning […]

It is not an understatement to say our existence, and the quality of our lives depends on having adequate iodine levels.[1] Despite this, mainstream medicine generally ignores the importance of this element. The following fifteen facts will reveal how important iodine is and how much better your life can be with balanced levels of this life-giving element. Facts About IodineLength: 2 minutes 15 Must-Know Facts About Iodine 1. Iodine Is an Essential Element The thyroid creates hormones to regulate metabolism and cellular function. The two most important hormones, triiodothyronine (T3) […]

It is clear that the micronutrient iodine is a key essential element for the normal growth and development in all of the body's organ and tissue systems. Iodine, plus iron, magnesium, and zinc, are often considered the best "hair growth minerals" you can take. If you are currently experiencing hair loss, it may be a good idea to supplement with these, as thinning tresses is one of the most common signs of a mineral deficiency, particularly iodine. (more…)