Iodine liberates heavy metals from bodily tissues, think mercury, cadmium, lead, the divalent ones. We see issues such as when ppl supplement using "small" amounts of Iodine
at first and my best guess is tht the divalent heavy metals are moved and take up residence in cardiac magnesium receptors.
I suggest when beginning iodine, two things. First do not begin with less than 100 mg Iodine
for a person weighing 160 lbs.
Second, be sure to have adequate magnesium and sulfur in the body. Supplementing with l-cysteine 500 mg 4X a day prior to starting Iodine
for a day or two, and magnesium in the chloride form, same amount as for cysteine.
I suffered tachycardia many years and was able to cure myself of it with iodine. Others I know of had heart operations. If your heart races like mine did at 180 beats a minute, you may find quick relief with magnesium taurate, and even the amino acid taurine itself works, I would open a capsule of it in my mouth and swish with water and swallow to get it into my system faster than swallowing a capsule and waiting for it to dissolve. Later I just bought taurine and would put a gram in an ounce of water and swish it down, followd by juice. For me, taurine always worked, but with a little Mag was better.
I notice that when I eat a lot of wheat products, it causes my heart rate to increase. Without fail. I'm thinking its the azodicarbonamide they add to bread products, being converted to a nitrite, for the sensation is the same as when alkyl nitrites
are administered, I can feel the vasodilation throughout my body. So, I avoid eating more than a small amount of wheat.
We live in a toxic, overpopulated world, and only those with the knowledge and fortitude to apply that knowledge, and their children, have a chance of surviving without becoming dependent on "the system"
In my book, being dependent on anyone else for most things, is un-American.
When detoxing, I'd drink lots of water, and get about 8 grams of potassium per day in me in addition to the above, sulfur and magnesium