Sea Vegetables Are Rich in Vitamins, Minerals and Trace Mineralsbedewy
Did you know that Sea Vegetables have the broadest range of minerals of any food? They contain virtually all the minerals found in the ocean – the same minerals found in human blood. Sea vegetables are an excellent source of iodine and vitamin K, a very good source of the B-vitamin folate, and magnesium, and a good source of iron and calcium, and the B- vitamins riboflavin and pantothenic acid. Plus they contain significant amounts of lignans, plant compounds with proven cancer-protective properties. Western cultures are only recently beginning to enjoy the nutritional value of sea vegetables.
The consumption of sea vegetables enjoys a long history throughout the world. Archaeological evidence suggests that Japanese cultures have been consuming them for more than 10,000 years. In ancient Chinese cultures, sea vegetables were a noted delicacy, suitable especially for honored guests and royalty. In fact, many of the world`s longest living cultures consumed sea vegetables regularly.
Here are some of the benefits that you can experience by introducing sea vegetables to your diet:
• Helps Your Body Regulate Metabolism and Supports Weight Management
• Naturally Increases Energy Levels
• Promotes Healthier Skin and Hair
• Supports a Healthy Digestive System
• Benefits Cardiovascular Function
• May Help Maintain Existing Healthy Blood Sugar Levels
• Supports Proper Thyroid Function
• May Help Maintain Existing Healthy Cholesterol Levels
• Inhibits Uptake of Heavy Metals
• Aids in the Removal of Toxins & Heavy Metals
• Powerful Nutrients for the Immune System
Fact: Our land, soils, and most of our food sources are almost completely depleted of vital nutrients. If our land and soils are depleted of vital nutrients, then the plants grown on them will also be depleted.
Two Short Excepts from 1936 Senate Document 264 written by Rex Beach:
1. The alarming fact is that foods — fruits and vegetables and grains — now being raised on millions of acres of land that no longer contains enough of certain needed minerals are starving us – no matter how much of them we eat.
2. Not one of us today can eat enough fruits and vegetables to supply our system with the mineral salts required for perfect health, because our stomachs aren’t big enough to hold them.
Recently, the United States government updated the suggested daily consumption of fruits and vegetables. The government has now increased its suggestion of fruit and vegetable intake from 3-5 servings per day to 5 -13 servings per day. The land plants we are accustomed to eating are not nearly as nutrient dense and beneficial as organic sea plants.
When compared to plants that grow on land, sea vegetables are 10 to 20 times higher in vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Ounce for ounce, along with herbs, sea vegetables are higher in vitamins and minerals than any other food on earth. Certain species can contain up to 10 times the calcium in milk. Sea lettuce can have up to 25 times more iron than beef, and wakame four times more. Nori can pack a walloping protein content as high as 25-50% of its dry weight – the highest protein content of any ocean vegetable. According to noted herbalist, Dr. Ryan Drum, you would have to eat about 40 lbs of fresh vegetables and/or fruits to get as much Iodine as you would from 1 gram of whole leaf kelp.
Our bodies need certain things to stay alive, like oxygen and water. In addition, for the cells and organs of our bodies to be healthy they need a vast array of nutritional components for cell growth and regeneration. Supplementing with sea vegetation is the smartest thing that any man, woman or child can do to support their cellular health.
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