As many will be aware, I have considerable interest in thyroid disorders, specifically those which are subclinical in nature. Many people find themselves manifesting all the symptoms of hypothyroidism or Hashimoto's disease yet upon investigation by blood tests are told that their blood tests all fall 'within the norm'.
The people who believe they are experiencing low thyroid conditions are very often put back on track by good nutritional support, one of those principles of nutritional support is the use of Lugol's iodine. Here we get to the crux of the matter, they have shown that Cherry Angiomas are caused by bromine excess or as the researchers have stated bromine poisoning. They have also discovered that iodine is the mineral that will displace bromine however bromine excess prevents the absorption of iodine into receptor sites.
The bottom line of this article is if you have these little cherry red moles on your body in all probability you have an iodine deficiency, this deficiency can also be part of the profile of subclinical hypothyroidism.
If you suspect that you have an undiagnosed thyroid disorder, do look for these little cherry-red moles. If the moles are increasing on your skin it may well be that your undiagnosed thyroid disorder is caused by excess bromine and halides and a clinical deficiency of iodine.
Try the iodine patch test, you know it makes sense!