I think these are the corn-free vitamins Barty found. They do have 100% of the RDA for iodine, so that's good. They are very short on selenium though. But I guess you can't have everything, and trade-offs are necessary. You could always eat a Brazil nut once a week to get your selenium. They are, thankfully, corn-free. So you could get your basic iodine from these vitamins anyway. And of course there is some in the foods we eat also. There is supposed to be lots of iodine in seaweeds. But you should be aware not to eat too much of it.
So who's going to hold notme! down for the iodine patch test? Come on, notme!, you'll like it! Of course, immediately after the iodine patch test, the tickle test will ensue!
Meanwhile, I am going to look for some canned beets next time I hit the grocery..
Personally, I think even if the iodine patch test isn't absolutely one 100% reliable, the tickle test will prove rewarding.
Hi Diana, selenium plays an important part if endocrine function, and thyroid function. So make sure you are getting enough or little more than enough of it.