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Deficiencia de yodo: lo que todos deberían saber al respecto.

Deficiencia de yodo: lo que todos deberían saber al respecto

El yodo es el componente clave en la producción de la hormona tiroidea. Cuando el yodo entra al torrente sanguíneo, la glándula tiroides toma cantidades adecuadas y las convierte en las hormonas tiroideas.

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