I've recently learnt about iodine deficiency and over the past couple of years have read and used Zeolite.
Now I'm beginning to wonder if Zeolite IS ACTUALLY iodine just packaged under a different name, perhaps to avoid attracting unwanted attention by authorities?
Iodine is an element and is listed in the periodic table as a member of Group 17, and is considered a halogen.
Zeolite is created from molten lava scientifically called clinoptilotite.
Neither are related as far as I can tell. Iodine is an element and zeolite comes from lava - two different creatures.
Thanks for taking the time to pose this thought.
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