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Seaweed Is Surprisingly Healthy
Guilt free cake! Seaweed is eaten in soups, salads and extracts are used in a wide variety of food. This recipe from a pioneer in seaweed is a carrot cake with seaweed as base. Very tasty, good healthy cake and the seaweed probably mitigates the sugar in the recipe!
Seaweed has shown efficacy against cold and rhino nasal viruses. Seaweed in a nasal spray form has been registered in multi countries to reduce the effect of colds and rhinoviruses. By protecting the nasal surfaces, it stops the incidence of colds and rhino viruses. Work on coronaviruses show that it is also effective to reduce infection levels.
Does Seaweed Reduce arthritis? Extracts from seaweed have been studied since early 2000’s and by mid 2015 showed no better reduction than placebo. However, customers say Pacific Seamoss whole seaweed provides excellent reduction in symptoms and even stop taking normal drugs. Here are some FAQ to consider.
Natural remedies have been demonstrated to reduce joint pain from rheumatoid arthritis or osteo-arthritis. They are widely available. Some have better evidence of effectiveness than others. Pacific Seamoss seaweed is a natural medicine providing excellent joint pain reduction and improvement in mobility.
One of the complications from the hyperthyroid disease called Graves’ disease is that a typical symptom is painful periods or dysmenorrhea. Seaweed may reduce painful periods, but the iodine in seaweed presents a problem. Seaweed may reduce overall impact of the autoimmune disease, but may introduce too much iodine.
Seaweed seafood allergies are a concern, and we advise customers who have confirmed allergies to seafood not to eat seaweed, Pacific SeaMoss or from any source. The reason is that the ocean is full of life, and in the harvest and processing we cannot ensure there is no “hitchhikers” who turn out to make you sick. Explore the community of sea life.
Seaweed has a a range of vitamins, but the different amounts have not been studied much over the past. Brown seaweeds have a different vitamin range than red seaweeds. Kappaphycus alvarezii is high in vitamin A and some of the B vitamins but low in Vitamin D, E and K.
Perimenopause is those 2 to 6 years (or longer) as women transition from reproductive years to menopause. As the type of oestrogen changes, symptoms of hot flushes, night sweats can make this time uncomfortable. Does seaweed help? It helps general health. Some customers say it helps with mood swings and other symptoms.
Can seaweed assist fibromyalgia? Some customers who have fibromyalgia and other nervous systems have said seaweed has reduced the symptoms of fibromyalgia, but the affect has not been seen in the published information. But seaweed will make you feel better and more alive, and that will negate one of the symptoms of fibro.
Improve your poo in the times of toilet paper shortages. Make your #2s into #4s for comfort and health. Seaweed improves bowel motion
Six improvements include more energy, feeling of wellness, reduced pain, blood pressure
Seaweed has nutrients and functional properties in the food itself. They have benefits without any nasty side effects. But just like medicines, they work best when consumed often enough that the active molecules stay at the optimum level in your body.
USQ scientists show seaweed can break the obesity cycle.Toowoomba takes out the unenviable title of the fattest city in Queensland according to researchers at the Mitchell Institute.
Seaweed reduces degeneration of cartilage through potent anti-oxidant and anti-inflamatory and anti-immunogenic actions. Arthritis is one of the most common causes of pain and disability in our aging population and current treatments only address the symptoms of joint disease.
Breast cancer rates in UK are 10 times those of Japan. USA has 4 times rate of mortality than Japan. Why? Diets, and eating seaweed is just one of differences implicated. This wide difference has intrigued researchers and other studies have followed from this remarkable difference.
Seaweed, or “sea vegetables”, are a type of sea algae that can be found growing along shorelines around the world. Generally, seaweed can be classified by color – red, green and brown.