The Benefits of Roasted Seaweed

The Benefits of Roasted Seaweed

The Benefits of Roasted Seaweed

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hey guys I’m back with another video a very short video on roasted seaweed someone want to know my opinion on roasted seaweed I think it’s great they’re tasty little dehydrated wafers of seaweed that provide a good amount of nutrition now I’m always recommending seafood and shellfish but seaweed is another great product syria is a plant vegetable that can extract the minerals from the seawater and pull them into the plant then you consume the plant because the plant actually converted those elemental minerals into a form of minerals that are very easy to assimilate so the benefit of seaweed would be the trace minerals that’s the big benefit especially we iodine selenium zinc and iron but there’s actually a total of 84 iodine is good for the thyroid but it’s also good to help buffer excessive amounts of estrogen many people are estrogen dominant and also a lot of chemicals in the environment pesticides insecticides herbicides heavy metals have the capacity to mimic estrogen so they’re called estrogen or endocrine disruptors iodine especially the form that comes in seaweed can help counter that effect and then we have selenium I’ve done videos on this lynnium is incredible for autoimmune conditions like Hashimoto’s with a hypothyroid condition it’s it’s a real powerful antioxidant it helps counter heavy metals especially mercury and it does a lot of other things as well selenium it’s involved in over to a thousand enzymes it’s a really important in digestion brain function supporting testosterone then we have iron that fortified your red blood cells but also there’s a potassium calcium magnesium manganese chromium there’s a lot of other minerals involved now we have vitamins vitamin C the B vitamins full-length there’s amino acids in seaweed and also it has DHA and EPA which if you’re a vegetarian this would be a good source and DHA and EPA our omega-3 fatty it’s now if you’re consuming something like flaxseed or walnuts you’re getting the precursor for these two called ala but with seaweed you can actually get DHA and EPA directly so it doesn’t have to converge now if you’re concerned about heavy metals because maybe the source of the seaweed is in a polluted ocean finest EVD comes from a clean environment an organic version would be great so to summarize this is a great way to get your trace minerals and other nutrients and if you have a small child you can give them some of this but just don’t give them a lot because this does have a concentrated amounts of these minerals especially iodine so a little bit would be fine anyway that’s my opinion and thanks for watching if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos 

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In this short video, we’re going to talk about the benefits of roasted seaweed.

What is seaweed?

Seaweed is a plant vegetable that can extract minerals from seawater and pull them into the plant. Roasted seaweed is a tasty little dehydrated wafer of seaweed that provides a good amount of nutrition. 

Benefits of roasted seaweed:

• Trace minerals (iodine, selenium, zinc, iron, and a lot more)
• Vitamins 
• Amino acids
• DHA/EPA (if you’re a vegetarian, seaweed is a great source of this)

Just be sure to find organic seaweed that comes from a clean environment. Also, if you have a small child, you can give them a little bit of seaweed, but they shouldn’t have a lot.

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