Kelp is on the way

Kelp is on the way :)

Kelp is a nutrient-rich marine plant - a type of seaweed that grows in underwater forests, thriving in cold, nutrient-rich water. In the ocean, kelp boasts a masterful filtering system. When we eat it, we can benefit from its filtering properties.
By incorporating kelp into your diet, many of these benefits could be yours. 
Weight Loss. Kelp contains fucoxanthin. Fucoxanthin is associated with the ability to reduce body fat and result in weight loss. With its ability to boost metabolism and its low caloric content, kelp is a dieter’s dream food. The next time you make  soup, be sure to add some kelp to help loose weight.

Cancer Prevention.  Some researchers point to several compounds in kelp that are known to prevent the development of lung and prostate cancer cells. 

Promotes Thyroid Health. Kelp is rich in iodine. The thyroid needs natural iodine to function properly.

Maintain your pH balance Kelp is an alkaline ingredient. Add kelp to your favorite pasta dishes to maintain your pH balance. 

Natural Detoxifier Naturally detoxifying foods like kelp can help cleanse our bodies of unwanted materials like heavy metals, chemicals, and toxins that can detract from our health. 

Boost Immunity Research is suggesting that kelp might have the power to boost immunity. Kelp contains a large volume of vitamin K, folic acid, and iodine. These nutrients are known to promote good immunity. 

Enhance your skin.  Rich in vitamins A, C, and E, kelp promotes the healthy regeneration of skin cells. The nutrients in kelp promote the detoxification of the skin, reduce oily skin, nourish the skin, clear clogged pores, and may even ward off the occurrence of wrinkles. 


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