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5 Testosterone-Boosting Foods High In Iodine

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Read about iodine here - https://www.anabolicmen.com/foods-high-in-iodine/ Recommended organic iodine supplement - https://www.truthnutra.com/products/liquid-iodine Here are the 5 foods high in iodine: 1. Seaweed 2. Oysters 3. Wild Cod 4. Potatoes 5. Cranberries Also, you can download the exclusive 30 man foods grocery list here to know what the top 30 foods are to boost your testosterone naturally: truthnutra.com/foods Follow Me On Social Media: Website: https://truthnutra.com/yt Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/truthnutra/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/truthnutra/ Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_christopherwalker/ Truth Nutra Products: Shop For Supplements - https://truthnutra.com/supplements Shop For Books - https://truthnutra.com/books Shop For Apparel - https://truthnutra.com/apparel Use code "YOUTUBE" For 10% Off! Find Out If You Have Estrogen Dominance - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCBD39qf528
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Text Comments (187)
Mike M (2 days ago)
Kind of sounds like a male enhancement / performance ad. Shouldn't he be selling some pills at the end?
Christian Crusader (2 days ago)
Daily burger meal with large fries and a coke will provide the following minerals and vitamins to keep you healthy. M, C, D, O, N, A, L, D, S
Unicorn Bunny (3 days ago)
With exception of potato. Non of those on the list available in my area.
- Har9low - (3 days ago)
Iodine at nice restaurants only.
Justin Eubank (5 days ago)
Hey Christopher, I'm considering keto and was wondering what impact that could have on thyroid function.
Jack Van Berg (5 days ago)
Click bait. Foods high in Iodine. NOT. just another asshole who loves to hear the sound of his voice.
Rainbow Lion (5 days ago)
Eggs also have iodine
BioStuff415 (5 days ago)
this is assuming the RDA is valid - an assumption I never make. Been burned once.
Bander Man (9 days ago)
Men's health is neglected in America, the focus remains on women's health 24/7/365. Thank you for what you do.
Reub3 (18 days ago)
What about selenium? Everybody says you need to have selenium in order to absorb Iodine or something like that.
F Mills (18 days ago)
Sweet potatoes are good for iodine also right?
F Mills (3 days ago)
Chooper (19 days ago)
Where are you getting your RDA percentages from, the FDA ?.... Your numbers are Very low. Remember 1000 mcg's = 1mg. On an average people should be consuming 12.5 - 23 mg of Iodine per day or 12,500 - 23,000 mcg's
Kolya Piterskiy (28 days ago)
What is those map about?
--cLAsic-- (28 days ago)
What if you buy the salt that has Iodine ?
Koala Momma (1 month ago)
there is NO SAFE FISH !!
Koala Momma (1 month ago)
most slod sea weed is fake! cabbage imposter!!
Influence Productions (1 month ago)
if Asians have more testosterone explain their Penis size
Blue Heron (1 month ago)
What if the packaging just says Pacific Cod? Is it wild? Cod is my favorite fish but i've never seen a package that says Wild Cod.
Michael Lavigne (1 month ago)
Why dont you mention that table salt is iodized in all of the western world? Most people have no iodine problems because of this.
Titus Virilius (1 month ago)
Sea kelp powder organic , tast like shit
Shenruss (1 month ago)
Any other options for those who are allergic to shellfish?
MrKErocks (2 months ago)
Also plain yogurt with live active cultures is high in iodine!
MaliVinnyB (2 months ago)
And YET, since your folks have FCKED up the OCEANS,...WELLL
OMGaNEWBIE (2 months ago)
What about HYPERthyroidism? It's dangerous to increase iodine, isn't it?
Ford Mustang (2 months ago)
every body thinks they're the expert. People should worry more about the foods that are killing their testosterone
al brokenomoney (2 months ago)
This dude needs iodine.
David Bennett (2 months ago)
Carbohydrates are NOT healthy for humans. Potatoes stimulate Beta Cells to produce Insulin. Regardless of the Iodine content in Potatoes they are inherently UNHEALTHY in the human diet. I do boil about 17 lbs. of potatoes every day and feed them to my ducks. They love boiled potatoes and I reuse the cooking water until it is really thick when cooled. I then evaporate even more water to thicken it to a stiff paste. Then I mix in Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth to dry it even more. Next comes Dried Meal Worms and Kelp. Lastly I mix in dried Comfrey Leaf and a balanced electrolyte multivitamin mix. Moistened and rolled into a 1/8" thick sheet and sun dried. Then crush into crumbles. Voila Duck Layer Food. My eggs are gorgeously huge with thick hard shells. Huge bright orange yolks and thick albumin they are a spectacular example of the perfect food for humans. Free range organic duck eggs. 80+% Fat, 15% Protein, <5% Carbohydrates. Unlike Fats and Proteins Carbohydrates are Not an Essential Nutrient in the Human Diet. There are some organs that require Glucose but only tiny quantities and the Liver manufactures what is needed through Gluconeogenesis. Eating Any Carbohydrates spikes Insulin. Insulin is the Hormone that converts Glucose to Adipose Fat. I like the fact that this video does promote the need for more iodine in the western diet but not obtaining it from potatoes. Cranberries are another problematic source unless the Iodine is extracted for consumption. Perhaps by water extraction. The goal being to remove the carbs. I eat wild caught cod regularly and take Kelp in capsule form. I do not exceed 5% of my daily caloric intake from carbohydrates. My body runs on Ketones and has been for at least 50 years. I learned about using Ketones for fuel from my Dad (physician). He used the Ketogenic Diet to treat his epileptic patients and to help other patients with weight loss. I went on to study human nutrition and physiology including post doctoral research in human nutritional anthropology. We evolved as Fat Eaters not Carbohydrate Eaters. That is evolutionary fact.
Jamal Louizz (2 months ago)
Short and simply video compare other with 15-20 minutes videos
Izella McQueen (3 months ago)
I don't know about all of this crap.
Lu R (3 months ago)
Great! Now, where do you get cranberries? You know, you find them around TG & Christmas. What about the rest of the year?
Johnny king (3 months ago)
Our recent purchase I don't tablets how often should I take them
Rich Red (3 months ago)
I just subscribed...
M1000 M1000 (3 months ago)
Why Asian men can not grow beards
Wise Guy (30 days ago)
The problem in Australia is mineral deficient soils which means much of the food is low on nutrients the government does not want people to know so it feeds them fluoride to make them even less aware and is leading to ever higher levels of depression and legal addiction to drugs prescribed.
SeMaJ BI (3 months ago)
What about the salt with iodine ! Is that a good source too ?
David Bennett (3 months ago)
There is no such thing as "good carbs." Carbohydrates are not necessary in the human diet in fact they cause an Insulin spike. Insulin is the Fat Storage Hormone. I think the video is pretty good except for the potatoes. Suggesting that carbohydrates are good after a workout is bullshit. The human body is fueled with ketones NOT Carbohydrates. If glucose is needed by the body the Liver can manufacture what is needed. Carbohydrates are not essential in the human diet.
Joe Mama (3 months ago)
Is it true that selenium must also be consumed to have the iodine absorb properly? Thank you!
Jon Steedley (3 months ago)
Hello, Mr. Walker: First, I want to say that I appreciate your videos, particularly the ones about testosterone. Thank you for all your interesting videos. But I have a complaint; In the "5 Testosterone-Boosting Foods" video, you made the statement that your videos are "100% researched". That may be true, but there are many untrustworthy sources of info today, & the U.S. government is one of the worst. You cited the "Recommended Dietary Allowance" numbers, in the video. Those numbers are worse than worthless. They are misleading, since they are an ESTIMATE, based on a faulty conclusion. Yes, I know your background, & I also know Dr. Michael Colgan's background, too. He is an acknowledged world class expert in nutrition, even if some of his research is 30 to 40 years old now. I'll give you an example. The "RDA" for fat is 61 grams, averaged, per day. That would be laughable, except for the fact that it is dangerously low. Yes, I also know what the "mediquacks" say about fat--here's the clincher. Since 'medicine' started telling us to "eat less fat", has the heart disease/stroke rate gone up or down? I think you know that it has gone UP, not down. So, their 'advice' is NOT working in term of results. The fact is that in today's world, most so-called 'authorities' have proven themselves to be worse that helpful, by far. Remember, the JAMA reported on the Sugar Research Foundation's bribing doctors to produce a study that said fad caused heart disease. So the source of the "information" must be considered. And considering that "big pharma" buys the studies that are used to set the "standard of care" for 'medicine', there's little to be gained by accepting the vast majority of the medical dogma being promoted today. Dr. William Davis is an example of a maverick that seems to be producing RESULTS. In my book, the results are what count--lowering cholestrol is worthless, if you still get heart disease. BTW, Dr. Colgan's book is still available, if you want more accurate information. Keep up the good, just look for opportunities to improve, too.
Daniel Clements (4 months ago)
What if your allergic to shell fish?
007jjb (4 months ago)
Christopher THANKS and keep teaching me!!! Greatly Appreciated.
djyul (4 months ago)
I have just bought Cranberry capsules,5000mg.Will these still contain Iodine and how much of this is the RDA?
white tiger (4 months ago)
The foods will only contain Iodine IF the soil contains Iodine...
theoriginalmungaman (4 months ago)
Iodine is directly related to intelligence. Probably why Asians have a higher average I. Q.
Michael Davidson (4 months ago)
I have done numerous Google, etc. searches for iodine in cranberries and have never found any info that supports your claim that they do. Have you actually done your own research, or are you only relying on what others have claimed?
Harry (4 months ago)
Guitar Noise (4 months ago)
Beer contains everything needed for health.
Perceptions Media (13 hours ago)
Guitar Noise lmao
Moonshine Buck (4 months ago)
Suck Ass Noise Best news all day!
Steph Watson (4 months ago)
I use to eat oysters n they made me horny. The crack of Dawn works also. This future Dr. needs a shave n a haircut, much more than 2 bits.
Joshua Nowayjose (4 months ago)
Iodine. Iodide .iodate
Michael Carey (4 months ago)
At 4:38 .... is that REALLY a cranberry bush?
Jimmy Pitts (4 months ago)
Shane Aric (4 months ago)
Remember Fukushima when purchasing.
Michael Myers (4 months ago)
what about eggs lol
GOOSE UK (4 months ago)
I was just about to say this
Aaron Shepherd (4 months ago)
What about Himalayan pink salt?
CheekyMonkey888 (4 months ago)
no, in fact I became iodine deficient after using Himalayan salts for 6 months
Steph Watson (4 months ago)
Mountainsurfer you can only get from pygmy Eskimos!
Rusty G (4 months ago)
Don't worry about Mercury in all the seafood. Make sure berries are organic...
VJ SWORD (4 months ago)
Thanks to Fukushima all the aquatic stuff is off my diet, but nice to know two favorites, potatoes and cranberries. saved this list.
Eazy V (4 months ago)
Black salt
Edith Nell (4 months ago)
Foods from the sea are the most reliable sources. Foods produced on the land, (such as potatoes and berries) may or may not contain useful levels, depending on how much Iodine they are able to take up from the soil. Soils are very deficient in some parts of the world.
Jamie Lord (4 months ago)
Oysters are an abomination: Lev 11:10 And all that have not fins and scales in the seas, and in the rivers, of all that move in the waters, and of any living thing which is in the waters, they shall be an abomination unto you:
Jon Rothenbusch (4 months ago)
Jamie Lord really? So you trust a fairytale book to give you advise on what is and what isn't healthy for you? Does it also tell you that sheep eat grass, if so I can send you some, I just mowed my lawn !
bennett guinn (4 months ago)
Potatoes are nightshade species which isn't good for anyone. Avoid nightshade plants.
Jon Rothenbusch (4 months ago)
bennett guinn that's horseshit! Most nightshade plants are very healthy for you yet some need to be eaten in moderation, potatoes isn't one of them.
Mr Robot (4 months ago)
Why not just take iodine itself?
Allen Thomas (4 months ago)
Seaweed, oysters, wild cod, cranberries, and potatoes high in iodine.
Fred Gardner (2 months ago)
Allen Thomas thxs
snipper1ie (5 months ago)
In Ireland 50 years ago most people near the coast ate seaweed, namely carrageen, sloke(laver), sea lettuce and dulse, with a few others which are a little harder to gather. Plus all the shellfish. Nowadays, people don't or don't have to gather their food. Athough, the 'new pursuit' of foraging is now in vogue.
Pete A (5 months ago)
add your sources/ references to the research
DARRELL D (5 months ago)
Getting seaweed😃 oh shit potatoes I grow my own👍
DARRELL D (5 months ago)
Smoked canned oysters? Work?
Bruce FUCKIN vane! (3 months ago)
DARRELL D love the smoked kind
maritimer Man (5 months ago)
I won't be buying bottled iodine now that there in my favorite foods. Love the spuds, especially those beautiful rusett skins.
Alan Syreika (5 months ago)
you talk about iodine you skip like shrimp crab and lobster that has a type of iodine that some people are allergic to but it still iodine
aldo cammara (5 months ago)
What about garlic?
David Bennett (5 months ago)
Potatoes spike insulin. Potatoes are NOT a good source of Iodine because potato starch readily converts to glucose in the body.
Abu Tahir (3 months ago)
David Bennett Have potatoes after workout when insulin spikes isn't an issue
Tazboy (4 months ago)
wat about sweet potatoes??
13Gladius 2 (5 months ago)
Good answer but potato skins are good 1-2 X's weekly if you don't mind throwing away the rest
Saras Watkin (6 months ago)
who sells the wild caught fish???? give us the retailers!!!
Saras Watkin (2 months ago)
Mikael Petersen, thanks for that information . However in UK supermarkets the quality of any fish is poor. Fresh fish does not smell but farmed fish from fish shops stinks. I have learnt recently that they wash the fish in hydrogen peroxide I wonder if this is true?
Mikael Petersen (2 months ago)
Sardines, herring, cod, hake, and mackerel are always wild caught. These are very common species and most supermarkets would stock them, but they are not advertised as 'wild caught' because there is no farming going on of these species. These fish are also generally the cheapest, which is a big plus.
Saras Watkin (4 months ago)
Lol,Neither, living in the UK where only farmed fish fed on artificial feeds is available in supermarkets at affordable prices. However, the hostile language of your reaction leaves me wondering that you might be eating fish contaminated with harmful, body & mind altering pollutants which drain from the farms & fields into seas and rivers. Do your research about what is happening to the fish in the rivers and seas and good luck with the Fishing.
13Gladius 2 (5 months ago)
Oh yeah I know one but why don't you just look? You can't ask at your local seafood store? Are you handicapped, or jes retarded?
Robert Paradiso (5 months ago)
Saras Watkin whole foods should have it
Daniel Jester (6 months ago)
get survival shield from the info wars store...it will tune you right up...its very good....so good i bought 7 bottles after trying it when he ran it on sale
Pierre Khawly (4 months ago)
Daniel Jester n
Daniel Rose (7 months ago)
I buy dried cranberries. I wonder how much iodine is left after the drying process?
yellow raven (7 months ago)
I take Kelp
CriticalCK (8 months ago)
isn’t iodine the stuff that is in every table salt? at least where i’m from they put it into all salts like they do with chlorine in the US
13Gladius 2 (5 months ago)
The amount the body gets in table salt is so small it's hardly worth it
Twerking Man (9 months ago)
I've started to blend seaweed into my Kale shakes kinda getting used to the taste
Simon Leach (1 year ago)
I was expecting to see water cress in your list !
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Olijoh Clarke (3 months ago)
He’s not pro veggie.
Luke Keast (1 year ago)
Great video, thank you for this, Play more Call of Duty (COD), Check!
Nadia Shamburger (1 year ago)
What about prunes???
13Gladius 2 (5 months ago)
I like prunes but no. You can ask for one food at a time here or you can search google for iodine containing foods
Temperate or Tropical (10 months ago)
Nadia Shamburger : Boron. Cures arthritis & increases libido.
Richard Kucklinski (1 year ago)
So crazy and thankful your video popped up cause I'm sure I have hypo thyroidism due to the symptoms . Will start eating these and see if it helps. I got it xrayed n was normal .
batmandeltaforce (1 year ago)
Potatoes low in calories? HAHAHAHA. You may as well the the weight of the potato in raw white sugar:)
13Gladius 2 (4 months ago)
If U like raw potato peels you'll love earthworms, theyre 20 X's more nutritious. But potato peels really should be boiled some minutes then you eat the peels AND water which may be seasoned to taste or added to soup or what not. Nobody's gonna enjoy eating raw peels. Don't make things difficult for people
Jon Rothenbusch (4 months ago)
Raw potato skins are 20 times more nutritious than boiled, boiling leeches all the good stuff out.
13Gladius 2 (5 months ago)
Potato skins are hig in nutrition. Boiling them 1-2 X's weekly if you don't mind throwing away the rest of the tater
Temperate or Tropical (10 months ago)
batmandeltaforce : a myth. You probably believe pastured butter is bad too.
nawzhin1984 (1 year ago)
almond is a good source of the mineral too
Joe M (1 year ago)
Oysters are known for sewage toxicity because they sit at the Ocean's floor
Mark Edgette (5 days ago)
Eric Ortega read the bible and use your commonsense oysters do eat shit and are forbidden for an obvious reason.
Green Space (2 months ago)
Hey man I'm glad. Hopefully you'll benefit from knowing!
Eric Ortega (2 months ago)
Green Space I believe you.
Green Space (3 months ago)
They are filter feeders. Look for videos of oysters cleaning water. That should be proof enough.
Matthew Deluca (1 year ago)
Maca powder contains ~30% daily value of iodine per tablespoon due to the rocky soil it's grown in.
Titus Virilius (1 month ago)
Matthew Deluca wow I take that didn't know
Ben Joseph (1 year ago)
Commercial non organic potatoes are pretty empty of nutrition according to a popular health journal...but organic tubers are very nutrition dense.
13Gladius 2 (5 months ago)
Good answer but potato skins are good 1-2 X's weekly if you don't mind throwing away the rest
Thordur Hogna (1 year ago)
Another great video
iodine is very important to decalcify your organs as well in particular your pineal gland in your brain, the most important part of your brain. he forgot to mention seaweed as a good source common in oriental cuisine. sea kelp is also good i take sea kelp tablets.
5winder (2 months ago)
Be careful with that 'third eye'... focus on Jesus, and see miracles.
Roarz forshore (5 months ago)
Guess his brain was calcified so he missed it.
John P (1 year ago)
Did you not listen, Seaweed was the first on the list !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Luis Feliciano (1 year ago)
I can easily transport the dried cranberries at work, does it have to be fresh?
Cthulhu (2 months ago)
They are pretty sweet as is, why would they add sugar?
Alan Heath (9 months ago)
239bestest Dried are OK but check that there is no added sugar.
Jeff Max (1 year ago)
my testerone is 782 is that ok
Marilyn Acevedo (4 months ago)
no it's not that's very poor
13Gladius 2 (5 months ago)
Hello World (1 year ago)
it's too healthy but, you have to check your free T , the total T might be SHBG which is something you want to lower to free up your T so on the next lab work , measure your Total T and SHBG and Free T and if you want your DHT too.
Craig Jones (1 year ago)
Asians also eat a lot of different variety of mushrooms in their diet, which is good source of iodine as well
jessica Scanlan (1 year ago)
Looks like I will Be making more of that cranberry vinegar for salad dressing
Kathy Foisey (10 months ago)
What he fails to mention is that it needs to be the raw form...not sure a vinegar would suffice?
jo beth. rico (1 year ago)
Potatoes is good organic is much better if one should partake of the skin .Regular potatoes is filled with herbicide , pesticide anyway thanks for the info.
Nicky Scarfo (1 year ago)
be careful when u drop facts about aquaculture if you don't really know dude
david marcotte (1 year ago)
Lets says for oysters once a week is enough ?
george aronis (1 year ago)
why does the intro photo show a handful of prunes if it's not on the list
13Gladius 2 (5 months ago)
Someone must know
bleedinggums roberts (1 year ago)
george aronis that was hashish
george aronis lol that wasnt prunes. ..
Joe Farhat (1 year ago)
edward frost (1 year ago)
Iodine? Boron? Magnesium? Potassium? Seems we need a bit of every thing; just what we've told for years.
Devonian (1 year ago)
Lol if you are British like me then you need not worry about your Iodine intake because of Fish and Chips. A weekly trip to the chippy will sort out iodine levels.
Edith Nell (4 months ago)
Fish and Chips in the days when they were fried in beef fat or lard were a good source of Vit D. Provided they are kept outdoors, the animals can make and store it in their fat. People in countries with little Winter sun must have got their Vit D from meats/seafoods/dairy in the past.
Temperate or Tropical (10 months ago)
JV : Fish'n'Chips WAS healthy when it was fried in Beef Tallow, not processed grain oils. Healthy fats are opaque when refrigerated.
Joel Villarreal (1 year ago)
Devonian lol if you fry anything then that defeats the whole purpose. fish n chips are tasty though
yes but they are farmed cod
Devonian (1 year ago)
+Mob Kha Yes its yummy. The fished used is usually Cod as well. Sometimes chippy's will sell fried seaweed as well, although not sure how common that is.
TheBaRolExperience (1 year ago)
the rda is a joke, i know people taking 1000mg(1 gram) per day for months
13Gladius 2 (5 months ago)
You need to build up amounts gradually and even then have off days. 3-4 iodine days a-week should be enough
Allen Marlin (5 months ago)
Same here Bro, Whew, strength up and very sharp mentally
Matt McRae (1 year ago)
Raw Decathlete agreed. I've been taking between 12.5mg-15mg everyday for almost a year and have seen nothing but positives .
Ade Fegan (1 year ago)
so chips are high in iodine ! .. great news
13Gladius 2 (5 months ago)
Potato skins are hig in nutrition. Boiling them 1-2 X's weekly if you don't mind throwing away the rest of the tater
Dennis Price (1 year ago)
Ade Fegan no nutrients get destroyed in frying or baking of the chips. Plus they contain pufas which is bad for t. Boil your potatoes only
Alexandre Alonso (1 year ago)
I'm waiting for a video about baldness and enlarged prostate!!!!!! I'm sure more people are waiting too
- nobody (5 days ago)
Alexandre Alonso Look up Dr Eric Berg if you haven't yet. There's your answers
Superman (11 months ago)
Alexandre Alonso And reduce weekly orgasms to reduce DHT
Jordan Oliveira (1 year ago)
Saw palmetto is very good for those
Pat en Lin den os (1 year ago)
Great video again Chris thanks.

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