NCT response to new research on the iodine content of milk

Released on: 28 April 2015

In response to new research from the University of Reading into the iodine content of milk, Rosie Dodds, Senior Policy Adviser, NCT, said:

“We know that some women have low iodine levels though most people eating a varied, balanced diet including milk, other dairy products and fish will be getting enough. If pregnant or breastfeeding women are concerned about not getting sufficient iodine in their diets, they should check with their GP or midwife who may suggest a food supplement.”

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