Iodine intakes of 100-300 μg/d do not modify thyroid function and have modest anti-inflammatory effects.

  title={Iodine intakes of 100-300 μg/d do not modify thyroid function and have modest anti-inflammatory effects.},
  author={Federico Soriguer and Carolina Guti{\'e}rrez-Repiso and Elehazara Rubio-Mart{\'i}n and Francisca Linares and Isabel Cardona and Jaime L{\'o}pez-Ojeda and Marta Pacheco and Stella G{\'o}nzalez-Romero and Mar{\'i}a J Garriga and In{\'e}s Velasco and Piedad Santiago and Eduardo Garc{\'i}a-Fuentes},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  volume={105 12},
Little information is available as to whether doses of iodide similar to those recommended in clinical practice for the prevention of iodine deficiency in pregnant women affect thyroid function. The aim of the present study was to analyse whether doses of iodide can affect thyroid function in adults, and evaluate its effect on plasma markers of oxidative stress, inflammation and acute-phase proteins. A total of thirty healthy volunteers (ten men and twenty women) with normal thyroid function… CONTINUE READING

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