Got Iodine? Iodine-Rich Foods for Pregnancy

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Milk
If you are already drinking milk for the calcium and vitamin D, you are also drinking a good source of iodine--a one-cup serving contains an impressive 56 mcg of iodine, ... more 
Photo by: Koyal Wholesale
Milk
If you are already drinking milk for the calcium and vitamin D, you are also drinking a good source of iodine--a one-cup serving contains an impressive 56 mcg of iodine, or about 25 percent of your daily needs.
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Thu, Jan 16, 2014 1:10 PM EST
Iodine is important for Baby's brain development. However, many moms-to-be may not be getting enough iodine during pregnancy, according to recent research. One of the reasons why? It's estimated that only 20 percent of prenatal supplement brands contain the mineral, making dietary sources of iodine all the more important. Are you getting enough? Check out these seven iodine-rich foods.
- By Jacqueline Tourville

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