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Iodine Food Sources FOOD SERVING) IODINE (MCG) * PERCENT DV Seaweed, whole or sheet (1 g) 16 to 2,984 11 to 1,989 Cod, baked (3 oz) 99 66 Yogurt, plain, low-fat (1 c) 75 50 Iodized salt (1/4 tsp) 71 47 Milk, reduced fat (1 c) 56 37 Bread, white, enriched (2 slices) 45 30 Shrimp (3 oz) 35 23 Ice cream, chocolate (1/2 C) 30 20 Egg (1 large) 24 16 Tuna, canned in oil, drained (3 oz) 17 11 Source: NH Office of Dietary Supplements Notes: g=gram, mcg=miuogram, oz=ounce, DY=Daily Value, based on 2000 calories per day.
Researchers at Surrey and Bristol Universities looked at iodine levels in urine samples taken from pregnant women in South West England.
This was shown to be due to iodine deficiency and subsequent studies found that this condition did not exist in areas of iodine sufficiency.
Policy message: Iodine deficiency should be diagnosed and treated on priority basis.
She said that all the salt producing factories, producing salt without iodine must be encouraged and made bound for producing salt with iodine.
Of the 467 women analyzed for the current study, iodine status was sufficient in 260 (55.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Tariq Mahmood said that women were more iodine deficient compared to men.
He said more than 60 percent population of the province was not using iodine salt because of unawareness and lack of implementation of the laws.
iodized salt contains an average of 75 micrograms (meg) of iodine per one-quarter teaspoon For adults age 19 and older, the recommended daily intake of iodine is 150 meg.
Healthcare providers play a key role in helping prevent iodine deficiency in pregnant and lactating women.
The research team collected urine samples in the third trimester of pregnancy to determine iodine levels.
Before that, illnesses due to iodine deficiency were widespread throughout the Great Lakes, Appalachians and Northwestern regions--known as the "goiter belt.