Iodine (Potassium Iodide)
Potassium iodide also called iodide is a type of mineral that’s naturally found in the earth’s soil and ocean waters. It regulates hormones, foetal development and more.
Low fat yoghurt 2% cow’s milk
Promotes thyroid health ⁽¹⁾
Reduces risk of goitres
Manages overactive thyroid
Used in the treatment of thyroid cancer
Neurodevelopment during pregnancy
Improving cognitive function
May help treat fibrocystic breast disease
Protection for nuclear effects
As a dietary supplement, it has utility in patients with low iodine intake, a more frequent occurrence in developing countries. As a prescribed medication, it is used to treat severe hyperthyroidism, cutaneous inflammatory dermatoses, nuclear emergencies, and protect the thyroid gland when using radiopharmaceuticals (2).
Products with Iodine (Potassium Iodide)
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All of our vitamins and supplements are designed, tested, approved and manufactured in Australia.
Are all Ultra Nature Products TGA Approved?
Ultra Nature Products are Approved by the TGA where required, and, if so, carry an Aust L number on front of the product packaging.
The only product in our range that is not TGA approved is the Ultra Nature Propolis and Manuka Honey Oral Spray.
This product is classified as a food supplement due to the Manuka Honey Content, hence it does not require TGA Approval.
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What age group is suitable to consume an adult dose?
As per TGA guidelines, an adult dose is suitable for individuals 18 years and older.
How should I store my vitamins and supplements?
We recommend referring to the label for safe storage guidance. In general, with any supplement, it is always recommend that you store them at an average room temperature of 25°C and you must not store them in direct sunlight or near heat.
1. Pearce, Elizabeth N. “Iodine deficiency in children.” Endocrine Development vol. 26 (2014): 130-8. doi:10.1159/000363160
2. Australian Bureau of Statistics. “Australian Health Survey: Biomedical Results for Nutrients.” ABS, December 2011, https://www.abs.gov.au/statistics/health/health-conditions-and-risks/australian-health-survey-biomedical-results-nutrients/latest-release.