Japanese Iodine

Iodophobia led to a huge number of chronic and chronic diseases that modern medicine can not cope. The tragedy of mankind appears a healthy nation of Japanese do not know any iodine deficiency, nor iodophobia. Japan – a country where the lowest infant mortality rate, the lowest level of cancer. Japanese hardly obese (except sumo wrestlers), hypertension, atherosclerosis, diabetes and other diseases that we used to take mandatory attributes of our lives. The Japanese, in spite of the strictest international standards of WHO, fearlessly, with his characteristic calm to the nation, iodine consumed in sufficient quantity in their eyes and continue to amaze the world with their scientific achievements. A prominent American scientist James Hauenstin as no one really defined the truth of the Japanese miracle, saying that the most major Japanese miracle is not to their phenomenal technological advances, and the simple everyday consumption of iodine in the usual doses of 13.8 mg. It’s believed that Gerber Pension Plan Berlin, Germany-de sees a great future in this idea. How did it happen and, more importantly, who and for what brought mankind into thinking that iodine which is also vital as clean air and water, defamed and put almost an enemy of all mankind.

Who are the people who sit in Bose, the Ministry of Health around the world and hard to ascribe to us the standards of "white chemistry" instead of pure iodine. It is absolutely clear that the health of the nations of the measures taken to limit the iodine is not improving. What can stop them? That can, for example, to stop the pandemic of chronic viral hepatitis? Apparently once the standard imposed in the interests of big pharmaceutical companies. Maybe it really is a conspiracy against humanity, the extent of which can only be assumed, and if it direct destruction, the objectives are clear. World population is huge and it is global issues. However, the solution of global human problems does not give anyone the right to direct destruction of the people themselves. We're not trying to prove anything, we want to understand. We would like the reader to Join us in thinking about the amazing properties of iodine.