Kelp supports proper thyroid gland function and metabolism

Kelp helps thyroid gland function

Kelp is a wonderful source of nutrients and is high in iodine and trace minerals. Growing along coastlines around the world, it is commonly called seaweed, but is also known by the names Bladderwrack and Seawrack. The cultivation of Kelp dates back to the 17th century in Japan and has been part of the Japanese diet for over 2000 years in sushi, noodles, soup, medicine, etc.

Kelp contains algin, carrageenan, iodine, potassium, bromine, mucopolysaccharides, mannitol, alginic acid, kainic acid, laminine, histamine, zeaxanthin, protein, and vitamins B-2 and C.

Kelp has become an effective treatment for hyperthyroidism and is also helpful when used as a supplemental treatment of tumors. It also supports proper thyroid gland function and metabolism. The thyroid gland is an important regulator of metabolism and weight. It is beneficial to the sensory nerves, membranes surrounding the brain, spinal cord, and brain tissue, helps for hair loss, goiter, ulcers, arteries, and nails and is said to protect us from the effects of radiation. It helps improve digestion, stimulates kidney function, increases circulation, and purifies the blood. It also prevents birth defects, aid in pregnancy and strengthens the adrenal glands.