Kelp is a type of large brown seaweed that grows in shallow, nutrient-rich saltwater, near coastal fronts around the world. It differs slightly in color, flavor, and nutrient profile from the type you may see in sushi rolls.
Kelp is naturally high in antioxidants, including carotenoids, flavonoids, and alkaloids, which help to fight against disease-causing free radicals. oxidant vitamins like vitamin C, and minerals like manganese and zinc, help to combat oxidative stress and may offer benefits to cardiovascular health. There have been many claims regarding kelp’s abilities to fight chronic disease, including cancer.
Sea kelp contains many vitamins, especially B vitamins, which are essential for cellular metabolism and providing your body with energy. It also contains vitamins C and E, which are both strong antioxidants and promote blood vessel health.
Minerals, such as calcium, boron and magnesium are plentiful in kelp; they are necessary for strong bones and normal muscle function.
Natural food source of essential iodine.
From mineral-rich waters comes the nutritional vegetable of the sea. Kelp provides iodine, which is one of the few minerals designated as essential. If you are on a low salt diet, you may not be getting enough of this important mineral.
Just one tablet per day provides 150 mcg. of iodine.
This is equivalent to 100% of the Daily Value for adults and children over the age of 12.
Taken after meals, this is a perfect natural supplement that may assist in digestion and may help reduce the effects of poor digestion, including heartburn, gas and other occasional gastrointestinal discomforts.
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