In our day-to-day life, we require a minimal amount of iodine for our growth and development. Iodine is available as a non-metallic mineral in most of the soil and is taken up by plants that grow on them. Humans and animals indirectly feed on these sources and derive a small amount of iodine. Another source of iodine is by consuming seafood especially fish from saltwater, sea vegetables and raw vegetables that grow below the soil. The iodine that we receive from these sources directly goes to the thyroid gland for the synthesis of the hormones it secretes. A deficiency in iodine can lead to hormonal abnormalities, slowed metabolism, weight gain, and other complications. i-FLO salt supplements the iodine requirement that your body needs, in addition to giving a nice flavour to your food.

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