i've been wondering about this too
The only 811rv friendly food that I know of that is rich in iodine is strawberries:
Other iodine rich plant foods (according to http://www.iodine-resource.com/foods-high-in-iodine.html):
I think it also depends on the soil the plants are grown in! Possibly organic is best?
for a really important thyroid food - we are not doing too well in this area
i cant believe that our iodine sources have got so low because of farming or leaching back into the ocean
there is more to this story - WHAT IS DEPLETING OUR IODINE - is it chemicals, radiation ???
I do think it's soil depletion on our farmed food, plus our exposure to chemicals and radiation, plus our SAD habits.
This is an interesting talk on iodine by a passionate M.D. who is highly motivated in the research of iodine. http://www.bbc5.tv/video/iodine-misunderstood-nutrient
Also from http://remineralize.org/ on using rockdust to remineralize the soil we grow our foods in:
Nutrient Dense Foods have very high levels of vitamins, carbohydrates, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, and trace minerals. As a result they have the greatest impact on improving health and providing nutrition against disease. Major minerals are abundantly supplied as are trace elements such as selenium, chromium, iodine, and cobalt.
thanks for the info endnshell - ive watched this guy before and now remembered what he said.
i live on bright red volcanic soil so i might do some research into weather its high or low in iodine in my property.
do you take this rawbert ?
btw - im still coming after that banana in your mouth - its mine !