Kelp

Kelp

  • Kelp is a sea vegetable (seaweed) extraordinarily rich in minerals, such as magnesium, selenium and calcium.
  • Sufficient mineralization from proper nutrition has been known to normalize and calm behavior. A lack of proper mineral nutrition has been implicated in practically every symptom of poor health and emotionally extreme behavior.
  • Kelp is the most abundant food in iodine.
  • The high consumption of sea vegetables such as kelp, as well as fermented foods such as miso and natto, may very likely account for the low rates of cancer and the high life expectancy in Japan.
  • The countries that consume seaweeds and other foods from the ocean regularly, such as Japan and Iceland, tend to live longer than others and have very high life expectancies. At the time of writing this book, Japan ranks as the second highest country in life expectancy, and Iceland ranks seventh.
  • Due to its extraordinarily rich mineral content, kelp is a great food for men, as the man’s semen contains high amounts of minerals that are lost with ejaculation, and kelp helps replenish those minerals and restore energy after ejaculation.
  • Kelp also helps displace toxic minerals with healthy minerals (e.g., radioactive iodine with healthy iodine).
  • Kelp is rich in essential sugars (polysaccharides) such as xylose, fucose, and galactose, which are important for immune system function, memory, and cognitive health. Other foods that are rich in essential sugars are noni, goji berries, aloe vera, medicinal mushrooms like reishi and other seaweeds.
  • Kelp also contains high amounts of the trace mineral selenium, which is another essential nutrient in the process of thyroid function. Selenium is essential for brain health and prevents loss of brain function due to aging.
  • Kelp contains sodium alginate, which aids the body in detoxifying from heavy metals and is now included in many heavy metal detox products.
  • Kelp’s content of alginates help absorb toxic metals in the intestines and prevent their uptake by the body.  The same is not true of seafood such as fish or shellfish.  This is why it is preferred to use kelp as a source of iodine instead of more fish or seafood.
  • Kelp is also one of the highest foods in vitamin k1
  • Kelp is great for moving the intestines and maintaining regular bowel movements and therefore would be great for anyone who is suffering from constipation or irregular bowel movements.

 

Kelp also has the following benefits:

 

  • Detoxifies the body from heavy metals, radioactive elements, free radicals and toxins.
  • Boosts the immune system.
  • Benefits and protects the thyroid gland. In fact, kelp is one of the most important foods for supporting the thyroid gland; mostly due to its high iodine content.
  • Helps those who are overweight by improving the function of the gastro-intestinal tract.
  • Improves the structure of hair and nails and helps them to grow.
  • Helps to detoxify smokers from strontium and cadmium.

 

 

  • The best way to consume kelp is either by making kelp soups with a high-powered blender like the vitamin, or adding kelp powder to your elixirs. For the kelp soup, you would soak the kelp in water for about 10 minutes or more, strain it, then blend it with a tea like a gynostemma tea for 1-2 minutes, then add to it what you like depending on whether you’re craving something salty or sweet. You can add to it things like garlic, ghee, coconut oil, miso, and other spices as you prefer. You can make also orgasmically delicious and flavorfully rich healthy kelp ice creams with cacao beans, stevia, cinnamon and coconut oil or butter and other ingredients as you like. After you add the final ingredients, blend again for a few seconds. Kelp is best eaten cold or warm, but not too hot.
  • Avoid kelp and seaweeds from Japan due to possible radiation contamination from fukishima.

I found Kelp and other seaweeds from Iceland or New Zealand to be the cleanest.

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