Iodine intake is important for thyroid function. Marginal iodine intake can causegoiter, characterized by an enlarged thyroid gland. In addition to affecting thyroidsize, iodine intake can influence the concentrations of thyroid hormones andtiroglobulin in the blood. Iodine status is determined by various factors, amongothers, the consumption of food containing iodine and quality of iodized salt. Thisanalysis aims to determine the correlation between food sources iodine of iodinestatus. This cross sectional study included 70 randomly selected subjects withmild-to-severe iodine deficiency; the subjects lived in Magelang and Temanggung.Iodine intake was estimated by using a recall questionnaire and by measuringiodine excretion in spot urine samples. There was a significant correlation betweenfish consumption and log of iodine content in salt with log urinary iodine excretion.There was a significant correlation between protein intake with serum TSH. Therewas a significant correlation between fish consumption, consumption of iodinecapsules and urinary iodine excretion with log serum tiroglobulin. Conclusion:Need to be increased intake of natural sources of iodine to preventiodine deficiencydisorder. Iodized salt is one effort to meet local needs iodine, especially in areasof endemic iodine deficiency disorder.