Sea Kelp (also known as Fucus Vesiclosus or bladderwrack) , is a brown sea algae or seaweed that is found in the Baltic, Atlantic & Pacific Ocean. Sea Kelp is a natural source of vitamins A, B1, C, D and E as well as minerals including Zinc, Iodine, Iron, Magnesium, Copper, Potassium and Calcium. Sea Kelp actually contains the highest natural concentration of calcium in any food, 10 times more than milk!
Kelp is widely known for its Iodine content, an essential trace mineral that plays a large importance in the body. Iodine has been proven to improve the appearance of skin, improve cognitive and neurological functions, contribute to an energy yielding metabolism but most of all improve the function of the thyroid gland and production of thyroid hormones. Thyroid function and hormone balance are critical factors to a healthy well-being as it contributes to energy levels, mood and weight management. Iodine cannot be naturally stored in the body so it must be replenished through the diet.
Sea kelp was the original source of iodine back in 1811.
Contributes to normal thyroid function & production of thyroid hormones
Improves cognitive and neurological functions
Contributes to the Maintenance of healthy skin
Rich source of iodine | Rich in Vitamins & Minerals
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