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Funny Thing About Low Iodine...
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Any processed food I buy is zero salt, so I don't hit iodine. That means I eat lots of unsalted food since salting it with safe salt isn't always an option.

Noticed I am now super-sensitive about how salty my food is. Had to eat at Chipotle today...long story. Wow it tasted salty! Noticed salt-free chips tasted good without salt.

And I think my DH flared up but it's hard to tell since it keeps going down...so makes any bright spots look brighter.

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Thank you so much for mentioning salicylate on your profile. It caught my eye, and I looked it up. I have been "allergic" to asprin since a child, and I've always been super cautious about medicine--I have bad reactions. It makes so much sense. I also have trouble with iodine/salt/DH. Thanks for this info, it helps me!

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This has happened to me too! I am not as careful about iodine as I maybe should be- it's very difficult for me to avoid seafood. But I almost never add salt to anything, except when I'm making peanut butter and I rarely eat highly processed foods- organic cheeses and jams are usually the most processed I get.

And yeah, things I never thought of as salty are just repulsive now. It makes eating out even tougher! I'm kind of the same way about sugar too, though I still like a little bit. No more candy bars and such- when I want something sweet it's usually baked by me so I can control the sugar content.

I shouldn't sound so much like a complainer... I've lost weight because of my newfound tastes.

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