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International Council for the Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders

Read the story of Casava and iodine deficiency Cassava is by no means the only goitrogenic food—lima beans, almonds and bamboo shoots have similar properties, but they are rarely eaten consistently enough or in large enough amounts to pose a health risk, whereas many people eat cassava for several meals a day. And the bulk of cassava consumers live in the world’s poorest countries, where iodine deficiency is highest.

Sea salt is a excellent source of iodine

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