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Synonyms for iodized

treated with iodine

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The opening of the plant comes as a culmination of more than 12 years of efforts to promote the iodized salt industry and its impact on the health and economic benefits of Sudan, the Federal Ministry of Health said .
He called upon them to advise people to use iodized salts and take simple diet.
Although the problem of IDD exists and universalization of the iodized salt program has been accepted in Khammam, no information is available regarding the knowledge, attitudes and practices of the people toward this problem.
This standard is established by the Algerian legislation mandating the sale of iodized salt for the prevention of disorders due to iodine deficiency (IDD).
Iodized salt is the type most commonly used as table salt.
The raids were carried out on information that some factories were producing non iodized salt which was not fit for human consumption, " said Sadiq Hussain, zonal manager of micronutrient initiative on Wednesday.
A half-teaspoon of iodized table salt contains about 140 micrograms of iodine.
At the moment, only 71 percent of local households use iodized salts, of which only 25 percent use adequately-iodized salt.
Among the topics are analytic methods of iodine and iodides, ion chromatography, hypervalent iodine, iodine production from oilfield brine, iodinating reagents, chemical reactions mediated by metal iodides, synthetic thyroid hormone, iodine deficiency disorders and their correction using iodized salt and/or iodine supplements, iodine in polymer synthesis, iodine in dye-sensitized solar cells, and the atmospheric chemistry of iodine.
Iodine is found in fish, seaweed, dairy products, and iodized salt.
The factory, owned by five local businessmen, produces three to four tons of iodized salt in an hour.
According to a report from the Ministry of Health and Population, from 1996 until the end of 2010, the percentage of Yemeni families who consume iodized salt did not exceed 30 percent.
Contrary to that, the percentage of UI sufficient subjects using iodized salt (44%) was higher than those with deficient urinary iodine level (07%).
red sand, white glass iodized salt, red sea the window absorbs its sand
This issue's Nutrition Hotline discusses the stability of iodine in iodized salt over time and whether or not lack of sleep leads to weight gain.