Happy Father’s Day to all you guys out there with little ones…or perhaps big ones running around in your life! Parenting can be stressful. I hope today’s little blog about Indium gives you something to think about and research on your own.
My good Canadian friend, Mario, has just opened my eyes to a possible thyroid “cure”. (I don’t claim to have any cures, but as you might know, I’ve been trying to heal my thyroid for over 20 years!) There is a rare mineral on earth called Indium. Indium is number 49 in the Periodic Table of Elements. This trace mineral is touted to aid in the absorption of our other minerals and according to a study by Dr. Schroeder’s Dartmouth Medical School research team, “Indium improved the average mineral absorption of Chromium, Copper, Manganese and Zinc in major mice glads 142%; and raised Chromium in all organs average 333%…90% in the spleen, 112% in the kidneys, 242% in the liver, 536% in the heart.” (Indium; New Mineral Discovery of the 21st Century, 2nd Edition, by Joseph B. Marion.)
In this study, the Indium gave the mice 26% fewer cancers, and 42% fewer malignant tumors for the 500-day mice lifespan; and the mice had lived on average about 7% longer than the controls.
Hum…sounds good so far.
But studying further, it appears this element works on the cellular level, and can restore metabolic balance through the entire glandular system. Now, I’m getting very excited! Glandular balance is touted by many to be the one thing that prevents premature aging.
So, today, is my first day taking this supplement. As I begin this journey, I’m suffering from non-ending troubles with hypothyroidism which has puzzled my doctors for 20+ years. No matter how much medication they give me, either with all natural Armor Thyroid, or with the synthetic varieties, it is never enough and my body doesn’t respond.
There have been many, many folks tell me the “cure” to thyroid problems. I’ve tried them all and nothing has worked for me. Some doctors have told me I have been exposed to a high level of radiation and that is why my thyroid is non-functioning. But, in the quest for better living, I will continue trying to find the “silver bullet.” Will this be it? I’m willing to try!