Kelp is an underwater plant with a majestic form, deep green colour and a high nutritional yield. Commonly referred to as “seaweed” this botanical beauty is not from the common “seaweed” but rather a different classification of plant entirely.
Kelp has been found to contain iodine, calcium, iron, potassium, vitamin B1, B2, B12 and polysaccharides.
Over 70 nutrients – zinc, manganese, copper, potassium and iron. A natural super food, kelp is eaten by individuals trying to lose weight or maintain their optimum weight. Kelp contains fucoxanthin. Fucoxanthin is associated with the ability to reduce body fat and result in weight loss. It is the best source of bioavailable iodine, which can de-calcify the pituitary gland of Fluoride ! Kelp is also rich in sodium, Vitamins A, D, E, B1, B12, B2, K and amino acids.
Powdered kelp can be easily included in practically every dish. You can sprinkle it on soups, salads, and it makes a marvelous addition to a green smoothie. It does have a seaweed taste so we recommend experimenting with it to find a recipe that suits your taste.
1-2 teaspoons a day will increase your iodine intake and ensure the uptake of other benefits.
While kelp may be used liberally, overuse is not recommended because of the danger of triggering hyperthyroidism.
Energy KJ – 825KJ
Energy Kcal – 201Kcal
Total Carbohydrates – 12.01g Of which sugar – <0.50g
Dietary Fibre – 46.59g
Protein – 5.31g
Total Fat – 4.26g Of which Saturated fat – 0.93g
Sodium – 0.452g
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