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about our Seaweed event...

From: Michael C.
Sent on: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 9:28 PM
Dear friends,

The thyroid gland cannot make thyroid hormone without iodine.The hormones T3 and T4, both contain iodine as a major part of their chemical structure. It has been found that it is impossible to optimize thyroid function without adequate iodine levels.
Iodine deficiency is a national epidemic.
Chlorine, bromine, fluorides can all contribute to iodine deficiency. It is well known that free estrogens because of the lack of iodine can contribute to cancer (especially breast cancer).
There is a simple solution: natural seaweeds...
iodine rich sea vegetables from some of the the coldest waters around the world.
Don't miss our upcoming Sunday meetup: Bela will be talking about this issue.
At 2 PM Caroline will offer some free health evaluation with the help of seaweed and her HRV machine.
Come and make use of the great opportunity!!
Of course seaweed dishes are in-theme, but anything else raw and organic for our potluck at 3 PM is appreciated.
There are only a few seats left:
See you on this inspiring event.
Best, Michael

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