29 Oct
2016

Why make kelp a part of your diet?

csiro_scienceimage_905_undaria_pinnatifida_japanese_kelpKelp is a brown or green algae that grows in the shallow reefs of warm ocean waters.  It is a great natural source of iron, manganese, calcium, magnesium, copper, zinc, riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, vitamins A, B-12, B-6, and C, enzymes and fiber.  Most notably, it contains good levels of iodine to support thyroid function and maintain a healthy basal metabolism.  Kelp can be eaten raw or cooked, prepared in many different ways.

If the idea of consuming kelp is not appetizing, Vital Choice has created kelp cubes that can be added to soups and other foods to minimize the potential taste factor.  Along with kelp, you will also find on Vital Choice Wakami Seaweed Salad, designed to compliment your seafood dishes or eat it plain.  Click on the “Shop” tab and find them under “Organic Food and Seasonings.”

Both products will give your health a boost, and both products receive 5-starsreviews from customers!

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