Top 10 Foods That Contain Iodine, I
Iodine is responsible for regulating thyroid function and essential for the synthesis of thyroid hormones.
You can find greater amounts of it in spices & herb, and dairy & egg products such as
- Table Salt
- Egg Yolk
- American Cheese
- Whole Milk
You can find a more detailed list of foods that contain Iodine, I below.
Want to learn more about iodine, i? Check out our article named What Is Iodine & What Foods Can I Find It In?
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Top 10 Ranked Foods That Contain Iodine, I
Here's a list of the top 10 out of 12 foods that contain Iodine, I. It's sorted from the food with the most amount to the food with the least amount.
By clicking on the food you'll get a list of all the nutrient content of that food.
Top 1 - 10 Foods That Contain Iodine, I
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|Food||per 100g||per Oz|
|1.||Table Salt (Iodized)||5,080 ug||1,440.16 ug|
|2.||Dried Egg Yolk||349 ug||98.94 ug|
|3.||Dried Egg (Whole)||274 ug||77.68 ug|
|4.||Raw Egg Yolk (Frozen, Pasteurized)||177 ug||50.18 ug|
|5.||Raw Whole Egg (Frozen, Pasteurized, Includes USDA Food Distr. Program)||61.6 ug||17.46 ug|
|6.||American Cheese (Restaurant)||54.1 ug||15.34 ug|
|7.||Raw Whole Egg (Fresh)||49.1 ug||13.92 ug|
|8.||Milk (With Added Vitamin A & Vitamin D, Fluid, Reduced Fat, 2% Milkfat)||39.6 ug||11.23 ug|
|9.||Whole Milk (With Added Vitamin D, 3.25% Milkfat)||37.9 ug||10.74 ug|
|10.||Lowfat Milk (With Added Vitamin A & Vitamin D, Fluid, 1% Milkfat)||36.2 ug||10.26 ug|
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Iodine, I: Daily Recommended Intake Levels (DRI/DRV)
There are recommendations för daily intake of Iodine, I. These recommendations change from time to time as the research matures and we learn more about the effects of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.
For the most up-to-date dietary intake recommendations we recommend you use one of these tools
- DRI Calculator at National Agricultural Library, US Department of Agriculture
- DRV Finder at EFSA (European Food Safety Authority)
Please be aware that these recommendations are designed to be beneficial for large parts of populations. They are not for each and every individual as every individual is unique and have their own requirements. Always consult with your health professional for your own individual levels.
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