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UNIVERSITE DE ROUEN 23/05/19 Thèse en ligne: Histoire de l’iode, d’hier à aujourd’hui. Résumé : Bien qu’il soit seulement présent à l’état de trace dans le corps humain, l’iode est un élément chimique naturel essentiel au bon fonctionnement de notre organisme à tous les stades de la vie.

UNIVERSITE DE ROUEN 23/05/19 Thèse en ligne: Histoire de l’iode, d’hier à aujourd’hui

Découvert en 1811 par un français, Bertrand Courtois, cet oligo-élément entre dans la composition des hormones thyroïdiennes qui participent au contrôle des grandes fonctions vitales. Chez l’homme comme chez l’animal, sa carence, comme son apport excessif, peuvent avoir des répercussions majeures - goitre, dysthyroïdies, amoindrissement des facultés cognitives - voire irréversibles, notamment pendant la grossesse et l’allaitement - nanisme, crétinisme et fausses couches.

Si l’on retrouve des références à ces « goitreux monstrueux », et à leurs premiers traitements, datant d’avant J. -C., c’est seulement plusieurs milliers d’années plus tard avec la naissance de la médecine moderne qu’apparaissent les premiers programmes universels de prévention par l’iode. Rev. Nutr. vol.33 Campinas 2020 Epub Aug 14, 2020 Food Iodine Content Table compiled from international databases.

NUTRIENTS 20/11/20 Vegans, Vegetarians and Pescatarians Are at Risk of Iodine Deficiency in Norway. NUTRIENTS - Special Issue "Iodine Deficiency In At-Risk Groups: Current Status and Elimination Strategies" - Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 April 2021. Dear Colleagues, Iodine is an essential micronutrient that is crucial for the formation of thyroid hormones involved in a wide range of neurodevelopmental and metabolic processes.

NUTRIENTS - Special Issue "Iodine Deficiency In At-Risk Groups: Current Status and Elimination Strategies" - Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 April 2021.

While great progress has been made globally to eliminate iodine deficiency (ID) and its associated adverse outcomes from many regions, insufficient dietary iodine continues to be the leading cause of preventable brain damage in humans. Concerningly, even in countries and regions where ID has been rectified in the “general population”, at-risk sub-groups remain. Examples include pregnant and breast-feeding women and their offspring; adolescent girls and women of child-bearing age; and people whose diets—for lifestyle or medical reasons—restrict iodine-containing foods.

Addressing ID in at-risk groups is complex. JOURNAL OF NUTRITION AND METABOLISM - 2021 - Iodine Deficiency Disorder and Knowledge about Benefit and Food Source of Iodine among Adolescent Girls in the North Shewa Zone of Amhara Region. Background.

JOURNAL OF NUTRITION AND METABOLISM - 2021 - Iodine Deficiency Disorder and Knowledge about Benefit and Food Source of Iodine among Adolescent Girls in the North Shewa Zone of Amhara Region

As the dietary iodine content depends on the iodine contents of the soil where the crop is harvested, in highland areas where the iodine content of topsoil was washed away due to erosion, iodized salt is the main source of iodine. This study assessed the magnitude of iodine deficiency disorder and knowledge about the benefit and food sources of iodine among adolescent girls in the highland areas of the North Shewa Zone, Amhara Region, central Ethiopia. Methods. An institutional cross-sectional study was conducted from October 5, 2018, to December 30, 2019. Through a multistage sampling technique, 625 adolescent school girls were selected from 9 schools. 1.

Adolescence, which is from age 10 to 19 years, is a period of rapid growth of skeletal mass, body size, and body density which highlights the role of nutrients and minerals in the growth process. 2. 2.1. JOURNAL OF FOOD QUALITY 05/06/20 Iodine Content of Salt in Retail Shops and Retailers’ Knowledge on Iodized Salt in Wa East District, Upper West Region, Ghana. Background.

JOURNAL OF FOOD QUALITY 05/06/20 Iodine Content of Salt in Retail Shops and Retailers’ Knowledge on Iodized Salt in Wa East District, Upper West Region, Ghana

There are laws to enforce the universal iodization of salt to check the consequences of iodine deficiency in Ghana. These laws are to ensure that there are production and sales of iodized salt in the country. Yet, the availability of iodized salt in the county's households is still not encouraging, with data indicating that 93.8% of children have urine iodine <100 μg/dl. Hence, the study investigated the iodine content of salt in retail shops and knowledge of iodized salt among retailers in the Wa East District. The study will help the informed decision on strengthening and enforcing laws to achieve the universal salt iodization and the consumption of adequate iodized salt. 1. Ghana has, since 1996, passed laws, including the Food and Drugs (Amendment) Act 523, the Provisional National Defence Council Law (PNDCL) 3058, and the Public Health Act 851 aimed at promoting universal salt iodization to check the consequences of iodine deficiency. 2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3.

Journal of Endocrinological Investigation 31/08/20 Global iodine nutrition 2020: Italy is an iodine sufficient country. JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION 02/06/20 Monitoring iodine nutritional status: adults or schoolchildren? BFR 31/08/20 Veganism: Vitamin B12 is well supplemented, iodine is a matter of concern. A study carried out by the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment shows differences between vegan and mixed diets Those following a vegan diet have an increased risk of iodine deficiency.

BFR 31/08/20 Veganism: Vitamin B12 is well supplemented, iodine is a matter of concern

This is indicated by the results of a research project from the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR). In the "Risks and benefits of a vegan diet" (RBVD) study project, a BfR research team investigated the nutrient supply in 36 people following a vegan diet and 36 people with a mixed diet. There was no significant difference with regard to vitamin B12, which was present in approximately the same amount in the blood of both groups. Since vitamin B12 is taken up almost exclusively by animal food, the supply of participants following a vegan diet could be due to the intake via dietary supplements. Deutsches Ärzteblatt has now published the study results: The study results were particularly noteworthy with regard to the trace element iodine.

About the BfR Up. Rts_ch 16/05/17 Vidéo : Trop de sel, pas assez d’iode : danger ! HEALTHLINE 27/09/18 Everything You Need to Know About Iodine Poisoning. Iodine is an element found in small amounts in your body.

HEALTHLINE 27/09/18 Everything You Need to Know About Iodine Poisoning

Your body needs iodine to make thyroid hormones, which regulate your growth, metabolism, and other important functions. Few foods naturally contain iodine, so manufacturers started adding it to table salt to prevent iodine deficiency. Other food sources of iodine include shrimp, boiled eggs, cooked navy beans, and unpeeled potatoes. Most adults should try to get about 150 micrograms (mcg) of iodine per day. The Linus Pauling Institute provides a list of tolerable upper intake levels (the maximum amount of iodine someone can consume without any negative side effects) for different age groups: children ages 1 to 3: 200 mcg per daychildren ages 4 to 8: 300 mcg per daychildren ages 9 to 13: 600 mcg per day adolescents ages 14 to 18: 900 mcg per dayadults ages 19 and older: 1,100 mcg per day Consuming more than the tolerable upper intake level for your age group can lead to iodine poisoning.

ANSES 25/06/18 Avis relatif au risque d’excès d’apport en iode lié à la consommation d’algues dans les denrées alimentaires. POURQUOI DOCTEUR 12/08/18 Consommation d’algues : attention à l’excès d’iode. Nori, wakamé, laitue de mer ou kombu… Après avoir été découvertes dans les restaurants japonais où elles sont notamment servies sous forme de makis, les algues ont peu à peu envahi les tables des chefs, qui les utilisent dans des plats d’inspiration asiatique ou pour revisiter des classiques de la gastronomie.

POURQUOI DOCTEUR 12/08/18 Consommation d’algues : attention à l’excès d’iode

Elles ont aussi désormais une place de choix dans les magasins bio, où elles sont vendues fraîches, séchées, ainsi que sous forme de compléments alimentaires. Dysfonctionnements de la thyroïde, maladies cardiaques et rénales Louées pour leur haute teneur en antioxydants, en vitamines C et E et en fibres, les algues doivent pourtant être consommées avec modération.