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The medically related material is fact based and refers to research and clinical study results, and is moderately technical in content. The purpose of the presentation is to inform the public of the results of new research, illustrate why a lack of knowledge in this area has serious health consequences, and provide the knowledge necessary to avert this threat. The existing presentation was created by the Dr. who led the research and discovered these results. It needs to be presented in a manner that is interesting and informative, credible and authoritative. Because my market is not gender specific and the benefits of this research benefit both sexes, the final presentation should appeal to both sexes as well. There are one or two female testimonials in the otherwise male script which may be more effectively read in a female voice. This element is just a thought not a requirement. The presentation is now in a DVD-R format. I'm looking for a completed project by June 30th. My budget for this job is $400-600 dollars US. A file of Part 2, showing the outline text without audio is available for your review in mp4 format and is 9.2 mb in length. A small portion of part 2, in script form, is included with this posting. If you are interested in this project, please respond as you would to any posting. I will make my initial selections then respond asking for a finished 30 second read from my sample script. I will be looking for the level of comfort and familiarity the speaker conveys with the small, non-technical, portion of my material. This project is posted as a "buy out" agreement. All copyrights to the completed project will be retained by this poster. Payment can be either by paypal or credit card. 2014-06-04 21:40:34 GMT 2014-06-10 13:00:00 (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 17 17 15 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 5 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 25 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 11 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
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iodide in the prevention of simple goiter in Akron, Ohio, H.S. Plummer from
Mayo Clinic was usine Lugol solution in the treatment of hyperthyroidism.
In 1924 Plummer commented on marine's study: "Marine and his associates
demonstrated the value of small doses of iodine...in reducing the incidence of
Following Marine's study, prevalence of goiter, not overall wellbeing was the
paramenter used for assessing iodine deficiency in a community. If the prevalence
of goiter was less than 5% in a community, that was considered as evidence
of iodine sufficiency in that community.
1917-1924: Iodization of table salt in the prevention of goiter was implemented
successfully in the U.S. population, with the assumption that iodine
sufficiency had been achieved, however, a daily intake of only 0.05 mg of
elemental iodine is required to prevent endemic goiter. This amount of 0.05 mg
is 250 to 1000 times less than the daily amount of elemental iodine
required for iodine sufficiency of the whole body.
It is estimated that the daily average intake of table salt in the USA is 10 gm,
Supplying 750 ug of iodide. Yet, urinary excretion of iodine averaged
Only 10 to 20% of that amount. This can be explained either by decreased
absorption of iodide when combined with a large amount of salt; or else,
the body is retaining most of the ingested amount.
Serum inorganic iodide levels in subjects consuming iodized salt
is no greater than subjects consuming 60-80 ug iodine/day. On the
other hand, in subjects consuming iodine from iodized bread in
equivalent amounts as consumed from salt, serum inorganic
iodide levels were 10 times higher.
This suggests that iodide combined with large amounts of chloride
is not well absorbed by the intestinal tract. Chloride competes with iodine
in the stomach and intestinal tract. On a molar basis there is 30,000
times more chloride than iodide in iodized salt. Iodized salt favors chloride over
iodine in the intestinal tract. This could explain the low bioavailability of iodine in
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