Seaweed

 
   

Cleanse and protect the liver with these nutritious whole foods

According to the Canadian Liver Foundation, the liver performs more than 500 different functions in the body on a day-to-day basis. It helps filter chemicals such as drugs and alcohol from our blood, regulate our hormones and blood sugar levels, manufacture blood proteins, bile and enzymes, and much more. In fact, there are few biological operations that the liver doesn't aid to some extent.

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Red Algae Extract Fights Ebola ... and HIV, SARS and HCV

While researchers scramble to develop a vaccine or monoclonal antibody against the Ebola virus – and continue to develop chemo treatments to stem HIV and Hepatitis-C while fearing SARS – nature has already provided a natural treatment. Research has shown that a healthy strong immune system can allow a person to not only avoid contracting the disease – but become resistant to it as well. For those of us who need help or extract assurance, red algae proves to provide a key antiviral.

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Supercharge Your Health With Seaweed

Some of the best nutrition in the world comes from the natural vegetation of the sea. The vegetation is termed seaweed and is loaded with unique nutrients that are not found in similar concentrations within land vegetation.

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Wakame: An Iodine-Rich Seaweed With Impressive Fat Burning Properties

Wakame is an edible brown seaweed native to the cold and temperate coastal areas of Korea, China and Japan. It has a delicate flavour and a slippery texture. Dried or salted wakame is often incorporated into a variety of East Asian dishes, including miyeok guk, miso soup and tofu-based salads.

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