Kelp in SeaAloe

What Is Kelp?

For some of us, the thought of consuming algae, also known as seaweed, is a bit scary if not downright disgusting. Yet, for others, seaweed is as edible as it is delicious. However, there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to this delicious seaweed plant.

For instance, kelp, a seaweed plant that grows in clear shallow waters, is rich in vitamins and minerals, which are essential for a healthy body. It has the capability of giving our immune system the power it needs to help keep our body strong and healthy. The seaweed plant contains vitamin A, B, D, and E, calcium, iron, iodine, niacin, phosphorus, protein and selenium, all of which play a very important role in our body’s health.

The plant grows along the coastlines underwater, in what’s known as a kelp forest. It gets its nutrients through the gentle commotion of waves, which contains an excellent source of vitamins and minerals that are essential for a healthy body.

The seaweed plant can grow up to two feet per day with flat leaves known as blades. The blades are where the most valuable nutrients come from, nutrients, which Japan’s culture has been benefiting from for centuries.

And if you have ever visited a Japanese restaurant you may have already been introduced to this wonderful plant, since the seaweed is very popular in Japanese cuisine and is often used in dishes like miso soup and some sushi wraps.

The Japanese have not been the only ones to discover the benefits of seaweed, however. The Egyptians swore by its beauty benefits and used it as a body wrap, a trend that is still popular in health spas, today.

While not all of the health benefits of this popular seaweed have yet to be discovered, the seaweed has already been widely recognized as the, “Miracle Plant” because of its extremely valuable nutrients.

If the idea of trying this delicious plant sounds appealing, you can find it at most health food stores and many specialty stores in the form of a dried wrap. But not, all of us are courageous enough to try it on its own. If this sounds like you, don’t worry.

Even if you’re not fond of the taste of seaweed, you can still find it by way of the whole foods liquid vitamin known as SeaAloe.

The kelp in SeaAloe is just part of a perfect blend of 7 sea vegetables (including kelp) that are harvest naturally from the coldest and purest waters in the world (Iceland and Canada) and provides over 80 nutrients and all essential amino acids.

Sea Aloe can assure that you receive all of the nutrients necessary for a healthy body without singling out the taste of the popular seaweed. With so many wonderful nutrients, it’s definitely worth a try.

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