We have been using Hain Sea Salt from our natural food co-op because it is iodized. It's also very reasonably priced. [1.25 or less per 28oz. pkg] I would assume most of the hand gathered sea salts are not iodized. Is that true? One reason salt is iodized is it's not found in abundance in the std. amerikun diet. Anyone know of another source of iodized sea salt that may be better?