This post is sponsored by Violet iodine, but all opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own.

Cuando me va a venir la menstruación empiezo a tener sensibilidad en los senos. Hago ejercicio y debo ponerme doble brassiere para no sufrir mas.

¿Te sientes identificada con esto? Creo que las mujeres podemos ser competitivas y a veces crueles pero cuando se trata de la visita mensual , todas nos sentimos igual de una u otra forma.

Es por eso que he decidido probar VioletDaily.com un régimen diario muy fácil de seguir. Me tengo que tomar una pastilla diaria durante 60 días y ver que tal me siento.

#HugsShouldntHurt así puedes seguir nuestro progreso usando este tratamiento

Revisé toda la página web y me encantaron los videos donde explica como trabaja la pastilla.

Si quieres saber mas puedes visitarla y yo te voy a ir contando que tal me va .


The Role of Iodine in the Body (…and the Breast)

Iodine’s primary role in the body is in the creation of the thyroid hormones, T3 and T4. The thyroid absorbs iodine to make and release these hormones into the blood. In addition to supporting proper thyroid function, iodine has other important effects, including maintenance of healthy breasts. Iodine-deficient breast tissue is an underlying cause of fibrocystic breast condition. Multiple studies show that iodine supplementation reduces indications of this condition.

Forms of Iodine
There are two primary forms of iodine for human consumption: iodide (I-) and molecular iodine (I2).

In chemistry, iodine is an unstable element, which means that it reacts with its surrounding environment and loses its useful properties during oxidization (reacting with oxygen). For this reason, scientists combine potassium with iodide to form potassium iodide (KI), a stable form of iodine, which the body can then use.

The thyroid more readily absorbs I- over I2, which can lead to a change in delicate hormone levels in the thyroid. Iodine from I2 is absorbed into the thyroid at a lower rate than iodine from iodide and at a higher rate into breast tissue making molecular iodine the preferred form for breast health. Following a series of uncontrolled clinical studies with different forms of iodine, Drs. Ghent, Eskin, Low and Hill concluded: “These results indicate the superiority of molecular iodine over iodides when treating fibrocystic breast disease.”

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