What can seaweed do for you?

What can seaweed do for you?

Much ado has been made about the virtues of seaweed for health, both as a nutritional supplement and an exotic ingredient to add to your meals. But whether your interest is in experimenting and cooking with seaweed, or trying to take advantage of its antioxidants and essential fatty acids, this versatile sea plant has plenty to offer.

Here are just a few of the many seaweed benefits to be found in this nutritious veggie:

  • Cosmetic advantages: Not only is seaweed good for you, but it can help you look good too. The biotin and amino acids found in seaweed can help improve hair and scalp health. Additionally, seaweeds are chock full of beta carotene, which can reduce the appearance of scars or other unpleasant marks on the skin.
  • Weight loss: Seaweed can provide the body with iodine, a much-needed nutrient critical to thyroid support. In addition to regulating a myriad of organs and bodily functions, the thyroid gland produces an important hormone called thyroxin, which can expedite metabolism. The quicker your metabolic rate, the better your body will be able to digest and consequently shed some extra pounds.
  • Cholesterol reduction: A stronger metabolism can also help eliminate levels of bad cholesterol, averting harmful conditions like heart disease.

If you want to start adding these healthy benefits to your own daily regimen, consider a distinct organic seaweed like Seagreens®. Wild-harvested in the Grade A pristine waters of the Scottish Outer Hebrides to our proprietary Human Food Seaweed™ standards (patents pending), Seagreens is a natural multi-nutrient whole food that contains all the minerals, trace elements and vitamin groups, and has been praised by independent studies for its higher standard of quality and nutrition compared to typical seaweeds.

Try Seagreens today with all natural supplements and ingredients like The Mineral Salt, The Culinary Ingredient and Food Capsules!

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