This abundant ocean plant is essentially a seaweed that thrives in the sunlight and takes in a large amount of nutrients and minerals from the water around. Kelp is a great addition to the diet for someone looking to increase their iodine intake or support their thyroid function. This savory seaweed also contains chlorophyll (used by plants to convert sunlight to energy) and can help us stimulate red blood cell production and oxygenation in the body.
What makes kelp different from other seaweeds? It contains high amounts of sodium alginate which protects the body from radiation and removes it.
That’s not all this plant can do… it has been shown to contain 46 minerals, 16 amino acids, and 11 different vitamins including iron, potassium, phosphorus and calcium, vitamin A, and niacin which translates to a healthy body and glowing skin!