During the first 3 months of the embryonic development about 2.5 million nervous cells are being produced every minute. Copying, branching and mutual bounding ( creation of the neural net ) and forming outlining of the nervous cells continues during the whole period until birth, and it most intensive until third year. Many factors affect on these compound processes, and that’s why good nutrition is important.
Iodine is the most important element in forming and branching of the neural net.
Iodine deficiency during pregnancy and during the first years of life is the most common cause of mental backwardness of the children in the world.
The amount of iodine is limited, it can not be reproduced and it is constantly decreasing due to geographical and climate changes. Some regions of the world are constantly poor with iodine content in the soil, and thus groceries we use. Daily needs after iodine are 150 mg for the healthy adult, and during the pregnancy and in lactating period this amount is higher up to 300 mg.
However because of the high pressure, swellings and bigger weight, pregnant and lactating women are advised to exclude salt from the nutrition.
The good source of of iodine is seafood ( fish, seashells, crabs, seaweeds ) and mineral water with naturally dissolved iodine. MINAQUA is the only water in our country which contains iodine.
Only two glasses of this water per day will satisfy your daily need of organism after iodine.