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Better health and better individual and organisational productivity are all measurable....

Health Checks

Our onsite health checks can be tailored to meet each client's needs....

Health Fairs

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Fitness Center Design

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Natural Food Sources
Lobster, milk, mushrooms, nutritional yeast, oysters, canned salmon, salted nuts and seeds, saltwater fish (cod, haddock, herring), sea salt, seaweed, shrimp, table salt.

Main Functions
Iodine is necessary to form thyroid hormones, which regulate the body's metabolism. It also promotes normal cell function, keeps skin hair and nails healthy and is important for overall growth and development.

Deficiency Symptoms
Goiter, or thyroid enlargement, is a symptom of iodine deficiency, as is dry hair, irritability, nervousness, slow metabolism and obesity. If pregnant women are deficient in iodine it may cause cretinism, a form of mental retardation of the fetus.

Toxicity Symptoms
Toxicity is only caused from excess iodine supplements, not food sources. Irregular heartbeat, confusion, breathing difficulties, swollen neck and black stools may result.

Recommended Dietary Allowance
150 mcg