Think seaweed is only for the beach? Think again! Sea vegetables are low-calorie, detoxifying foods that are naturally salty, immensely satisfying and packed with health benefits for your thyroid and whole body. With so many varieties, you'll want to eat them daily for maximum health benefits.
If the only seaweed you’ve ever eaten is the nori wrapped around a sushi roll, then you’ll be excited to discover an abundant variety of sea vegetables!
These mineral-rich sea plants are a staple of Japanese diets and should be part of yours, too. They’re versatile and taste delicious, but it’s their vast health benefits that make them an important element of Body Ecology.
Sea vegetables have the following benefits:
To learn more about the benefits of sea vegetables, read: 8 Healthy Seaweeds Worth Knowing and Trying.
Here are some well-known healthy sea vegetables worth incorporating into your diet:
Here are some other incredible, yet little-known sea vegetable options:
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To learn more, read: Russia's "Miracle" Heavy Metal Cleansing Sea Vegetable, "Laminaria Japonica".
Many of these sea vegetables can be found in health food stores, Asian markets and international-oriented produce markets.
Search for the more unusual ones online.
However you chose to make sea vegetables part of your diet, you may notice yourself feeling younger and healthier once you do.
Bradley, PR (1992). British Herbal Compendium, Vol. 1. Bournemouth, England: British Herbal Medicine Association. ISBN 0-903032-09-0.
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