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Where to Swim on Vacation?

1 Comment 10 December 2012

Recently my daughter Valya and I spent a week in Fiji. Every morning and every evening we went for a “walk and a soak“. We tried to stay in the seawater for at least 30 minutes twice a day. We avoided swimming in the bright mid day sun, as we don’t use any suntan lotions.

resort Where to Swim on Vacation?The most astonishing was that we were almost the only visitors who preferred swimming in the seawater to soaking in a gigantic and fancy swimming pool. Several thousand other guests stayed exclusively in the pool even though the ocean was only 30 feet away from the pool.

If you are planning to go on vacation during this holiday season, please consider the following information.
Millions of people in the U.S., mostly women, have thyroid disorders. Low thyroid function affects approximately 20-25 percent of the female population and about 10 percent of males.1 Research indicates that about 70 percent of women with PMS have low thyroid levels, which make the ovaries less able to produce progesterone leading to PMS symptoms. 2

The body concentrates Iodine in the thyroid to make thyroid hormones; this is known and accepted. What is missed is that because of this “body priority” usage of Iodine, other tissues in the body end up lacking in this vital nutrient… Do you know what part of the body concentrates Iodine the 2nd most? Breast tissue. There is some interesting data showing that women with low thyroid levels and women who take thyroid medicines have a higher incidence of breast cancer. The Japanese people, as a rule, have a much lower incidence of breast, endometrial and ovarian cancer than women in the U.S.3

Iodine is easily assimilated by our bodies during sea bathing and therefore is healing for thyroid. Have you noticed that your nails become a lot stronger after swimming in the seawater? Strong and healthy nails are a sign of healthy thyroid.

In this photo Valya demonstrates how healthy her nails became after swimming in seawater.

valya nails Where to Swim on Vacation?Providing Iodine is only one of multiple benefits of sea bathing. The ocean contains many vital elements that we need: vitamins, trace elements, mineral salts, amino acids, hormonal and bacteriostatic substances that have biological balancing effects, and living microorganisms that secrete antibiotic. The body easily assimilates these substances when bathing in seawater. In addition, it has been discovered that seawater is similar in composition to our blood plasma.

Happy swimming to all those lucky ones who gets to enjoy the seawater this holiday season!



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1http://www.healthyimmunity.com/books/An-A-Z-Woman-s-Guide-to-Vibrant-Health/Thyroid.asp
2http://www.sheknows.com/health-and-wellness/articles/807574/infertility-is-your-thyroid-to-blame
3http://tinyurl.com/awnygte

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  1. Ginger says:

    I just want you to know your book Green for Life saved my life. I read it at my SIL’s house, who is not a smoothie drinker. Someone else left it there. I began by replacing breakfast with green smoothies. Then I went vegan for about 3 years. Now I’ve been low fat raw for about 6 weeks. I’m able to eat without anaphylaxis, since I”m not eating any grains or beans or cooked things. I have been mostly bed fast for 5 years, seeking the cure. You helped me along that path. I’ve read all your books and purchased many of them. I too feel like a brick is in my stomach with gourmet raw foods. Smoothies, juices, and salads make me feel fantastic. Also, I love swimming in the ocean when I get a chance. Dulse and nori help when it’s not possible. I had no idea about the link between low thyroid and breast cancer. My grandmother has low thyroid and had breast cancer 30 years ago. Again thanks for all you do.


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