We are down to the final four superfoods listed in the David Wolfe Book ~
Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future
I found a free PDF copy of the book HERE.
For the other articles
in the superfood series
What is Kelp (2, 3)
Kelp, part of a group of large brown sea algae, is more commonly known as seaweed. We know that fish are healthy, right? Well, we must remember where these fish get their healthy profile, by eating sea vegetables.
Health Benefits of Kelp (1,2)
- One of the highest sources of iodine in the world – up to 2984 mcg/serving
- The most powerful food to heal the thyroid gland
- Loaded with trace minerals and vitamins
- High amounts of protein
- Gets the digestive system moving
- Blood purifier
- Natural diuretic
- Encourages weight loss
- Helps control blood sugar
- Improves immunity
How to use it:
Kelp can be added to soups or smoothies. You’ll find many kelp salad recipes online as well. Another amazing way to use kelp is to chop it up and mix it with rice or other grains.
Where to find it:
I found dried versions on AMAZON