I wonder if the effects of iodine are enhanced by the active b12 protocol – possibly triggering transient hyperthyroid symptoms? Or, if iodine requirements are reduced due to methylcobalamin's effect on the thyroid? I’ve used iodoral (Iodine/Iodide) for a while because my iodine loading test showed a deficiency. I also take the amino Tyrosine to support low thyroid function. On Dr. Myhill’s website, there’s a reference to some no longer needing or tolerating thyroid hormone supplementation once methylation is corrected… http://www.drmyhill.co.uk/wiki/CFS_-_The_Methylation_Cycle I’m backing off iodine for awhile to see what effect it has on my anxiety...josephReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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