Iodine supplements and natural food sources
Iodine-based nutritional / medicinal products (pharmacies)
Supplements that include significant iodine (health food stores)
LifeExtension – Sea-Iodine
LifeExtension – Vitamin D3 with Sea-Iodine
Iodine Plus 2
Foods high in iodine
Some foods with naturally high iodine content include fish (especially Haddock), garlic, onions, watercress, sea greens such as seaweed / kelp / dulse / wakame / kombu, Iceland moss, ager-ager, egg-yolk, mushrooms, fish liver oil, pineapple, low-fat yogurt, artichokes, sorrel, soybeans, navy beans, lima beans, potatoes, turkey breast, goat's milk, spinach, turnip greens, Swiss chard, sesame seeds, whole grains (esp. brown rice), summer squash and strawberries.
As it has been reported that 94.5% of North Americans have diets deficient in iodine, adding more of these foods into your daily meals will also be a benefit to general overall health, sickness prevention and wellness.