Iodised salt is common table salt to which a small amount of sodium iodide or potassium iodide has been added. It is a processed form of sea salt that is fortified with iodine. It was introduced in India in the late 1950s.
High iodine intake may result in thyroid gland inflammation and thyroid cancer.(2)
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