Global Iodine Deficiency Disorders Day is celebrated every year on 21 October regarding the inadequate awareness about iodine and its functions. This day brings to light the factors that lead to iodine deficiency, its consequences, and the importance of maintaining the iodine-health for the body’s well-being.
Global Iodine Deficiency Disorders Day Greetings:
-Start your day with a noble cause to make this world an Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD) free place. This deadly disease might lead to serious illness before birth even.
-Global Iodine Deficiency Disorders Day was earlier known as World Iodine Deficiency Day, but later the name was changed, keeping in view towards optimism.
-To all those who are suffering from iodine deficiency disorder, this day is for you. May you get well soon.
-If paid attention to, every disease or disorder has a remedy of its own. Suffering arises as a result of a lack of knowledge and awareness among people.
-On this day, add food items such as milk, meat, Sea Fish, eggs, cereal grains to your diet, marking iodine’s importance in the diet.
-Know the importance of the big day that you are working hand in hand with organizations such as UNICEF, ICCIDD to combat iodine deficiency.
-Get your brilliant brain into work and develop some great strategies against IDD. A significant part of the world is fighting as iodine deficiency is a public health problem there.
-One of the enlightening ideas is to host and encourage some sustainable salt iodization programs in the locality you live in, in your school, or the until where your reach extends.
-On this day, let us appreciate all those who are suffering from this disease, and pray for their speedy recovery.
-On this auspicious day, do something for the good. Survey your locality, and your school or college assesses the amount of Iodine Deficiency Disorders in and around you.
Step ahead to supply iodized salt in place of common salt and some necessary knowledge and information regarding it.
Global Iodine Deficiency Disorders Day Messages:
-Iodine is an essential dietary mineral that is stored in the thyroid gland and has no alternative.
-Iodine helps produce thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3) for the body.
-Iodine is an essential mineral that helps in protein metabolism, the metabolic rate of the body, growth of bones, and the brain’s development.
-WHO has been eliminating iodine’s deficiency by since the 1980s, providing guidelines, technical tools, methodologies, and technical guidance since 1980 through the various program.
-Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) reported that as much as 350 million people in India do not consume sufficient amounts of iodized salt.
-It is reported that people are at a very critical risk of Iodine Deficiency and Disorders.
-Although the iodine deficit countries have been halved now from the past, according to a report from WHO, approximately 54 states are still iodine-deficient, and that is a significant concern.
-Our body gets the required iodine from external sources like our food and water, which we ingest.
-To be specific, iodine requires 150 micrograms to prevent its deficiency and disorders for the healthy functioning of the body.
Global Iodine Deficiency Disorders Day quotes
I like to do projects in which you can see statistical results. I am very happy for all these small children, who have been the biggest group of victims of iodine deficiency.
Bulgaria is the first state that has been awarded for its excellent fight against iodine deficiency by UNICEF.
Cesium, iodine from the Chernobyl reactor accident went around the world many times and everyone on the Earth has a piece of Chernobyl in their body.