Some people here say it’s toxic and we should avoid it at all costs. But I also come across people saying it benefits them. Clever people... I’m confused! Is it something we should be avoiding, or taking?
Is it something we should be avoiding, or taking?
"1. Native Eskimos: 5.4x calcium, 1.5x iron, 7.9x magnesium, 1.8x copper, 49x iodine, 10x vitamin A, 10x vitamin D
2. Indians of Northern Canada: 5.8x calcium, 5.8x phosphorus, 2.7x iron, 4.3x magnesium, 1.5x copper, 8.8x iodine,10x vitamin A, 10x vitamin D
3. High Mountain Swiss: 3.7x Calcium, 2.2x phosphorus, 2.5x magnesium, 3.1x iron, 10x vitamin A, 10x vitamin D
4. Gaelics in the Outer Hebrides: 2.1x calcium, 2.3x phosphorus, 1.3x magnesium, 1x iron, 10x vitamin A, 10x vitamin D
5. Aborigines of Austrailia: 4.6x calcium, 6.2x phosphorus, 17x magnesium, 50.6x iron, 10x vitamin A, 10x vitamin D
How to find out? Best test your serum retinol and retinol binding protein levels (RBP). Start low dose and increase gradually over months, weeks and years. Then retest. Adjust dose accordingly.