Because of Kelp’s high concentration of iodine it has been used since medieval times to support normal thyroid function.
Kelp may also aid healthy joints, regulate blood pressure and promote healthy nervous and endocrine system function. Kelp may be helpful with regulating metabolism, strengthening connective tissues and improving hair, nail and skin health.
Aside from being a rich source of iodine Kelp also contains some thirty other different minerals including calcium, sulfur, iron, phosphorus, sodium, potassium and magnesium. Likewise, Kelp is a good source of vitamins A, B complex, D, E, K, protein, carbohydrates, and essential fatty acids.
Kelp also contains a viscous fiber called algin that has excellent absorption qualities. Because of this Kelp may enhance digestive function.
Aside from algin, Kelp also contains alginate, a kelp-derived carbohydrate that has been found to reduce fat absorption which can lead to improved weight management. Alginate is also used widely as a thickener for ice cream, jellies, salad dressings and toothpaste. Kelp also contains lignans which are phytochemicals specifically found in sea flora that promote healthy cell growth.
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