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tr.v. i·o·dized, i·o·diz·ing, i·o·diz·es
To treat or combine with iodine or an iodide: iodize salt.

i′o·di·za′tion (-dĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Adj.1.iodized - treated with iodine; "iodized salt"
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adj yodado
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By law, salt has to be iodized to lessen the cases of iodine deficiency in children.
The Department of Health (DOH) is encouraging the public to use iodized salt in their food as it is vital in preventing thyroid disorders such as goiter.
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[3, 4, 5] Diet in Malabar area is considered to be sufficient in iodine, as it is a coastal region and due to usage of iodized salt.
In this regard, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and its attached agencies are providing assistance to private initiatives in producing iodized salt.
Mr Hameed said that iodine deficiency had been overcome in urban areas of Lower Dir where 95 per cent of the salt being sold at markets was found iodized. He said that majority of the population in hilly areas were not consuming iodized salt because the suppliers supply un-iodized salt to their areas.
In just 10 years, starting in 1990, the percentage of the world population consuming iodized salt went from 20 percent to 70 percent.
Iodized salt also has been proven an excellent and effective mean for iodine fortification in many industrialized countries (De Benoist et al., 2004).
Thus, the Agency will carry out examination of salt samples to determine the compliance of quality and safety indicators of iodized salt with standards and requirements.