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Iodine-Source and Daily Requirement
Milk is known to be a source of iodine primarily because of the contamination by cleaning solutions that contain iodine and were used in the dairy industry. This processing technique, however, has changed causing reduced levels of iodine found in milk. According to the RDA (recommended dietary allowance) an infant should have an intake of iodine that is 40 - 50 mcg; children should 70 - 120 mcg; and adults should have 150 mcg. Iodine is not stored in the body, so it needs to be taken in small amount everyday to prevent iodine deficiency problems. Finally, when the iodine is rapidly absorbed from the food and water in the gastrointestinal tract it then gets built up in the thyroid gland.…
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