Seaweed Superfoods

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Seaweed superfoods
from seaweeds are the most nutritionally dense plants on the planet as they have access to all the nutrients in the ocean. They can contain up to 10 times more calcium than milk and eight times as much as beef. The chemical composition of seaweeds is so close to human blood plasma, that perhaps their greatest benefit is regulating and purifying our blood system.

They help to alkalize our blood, neutralizing the over-acid effects of our modern diet and protect us from a wide array of toxic elements in the environment, including heavy metals, pollutants and radiation by-products converting them to harmless salts that the body can eliminate. But the most remarkable results with seaweeds we see in boosting weight loss and deterring cellulite build-up. The high concentration of natural iodine helps to stimulate the thyroid gland so that food fuels are used before they can be turned into fatty deposits. At the same time, the minerals act like electrolytes to break the chemical bond that seals the fat cells allowing trapped wastes to escape. Both by eating sea vegetables or bathing in them helps reduce cellulite and stimulates lymphatic drainage.

Nori - best known for the seaweed use to make sushi rolls. You can make your own at home, make sure you use the untoasted nori rolls for maximum nutrient content.

Kelp - kelp is available in powder or capsule form for those who feel awkward eating seaweed. It is also the most common seaweed found along the ocean shores. Because of their thick leaves they are perfect for a hot seaweed bath.

Dulse - a red seaweed, available in flakes. Because there is no need to cook it dulse is great to use as seasoning on salads or vegetables.

Arame - consists of brown stringy seaweed. Soak in hot water for 5 minutes and they are ready to use.

Wakame - With a sweet flavor makes a great compliment to sandwiches. Soak for 5 minutes in hot water.

Kombu - Used in Japan for centuries as a mineral rich flavour enhancer. Add a strip of kombu when cooking beans making them more digestible and reducing gas. Add a strip of kombu to your sprouts when soaking them to allow them to soak up the minerals. seaweed superfoods

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