Eating Seaweed: Is Sea Moss Good For You?

I’m always looking for new ways to improve my health and wellbeing. So here is the big question; is Sea Moss good for you? Now proudly standing next to Acai, Berries, Edamame, kale, and and many more, Irish Sea Moss is a Superfood so, I’ll take that as a resounding YES!

When it comes to my health, I like to take a holistic approach. Everything in moderation and lots of the good stuff like Superfoods.

Most days you’ll find me with something containing some Sea Moss. It has quickly become one of my favorite additions in my food, beverage and even in my beauty routine.

Sea Moss has very little odor or flavor and provides a thick creamy consistency which I love. I add it to my morning smoothie, my chai tea and coffee, among other meals.

Irish Sea Moss offers several health benefits. It contains plant protein collagen which is great for bodybuilders and athletes. It helps to improve recovery time and provides valuable nutrients and minerals to keep them strong.

Raw Sea Moss is also great for general health, nutrition and it’s healing effects on the digestive tract.

Did you know that eating seaweed everyday is good for your health? Sea Moss is a ocean vegetable that is packed full of nutrients and minerals. Additionally, the fibre in sea vegetables is a great source of prebiotics which feeds the gut bacteria. Find out more on Instagram.

How is Sea Moss Good for You?

This amazing sea vegetable contains many nutrients and minerals. It’s a quality source of organified iodine which simulates with the body easily and promotes healing. The health benefits are almost endless. Some of the benefits include helping with

  • Blood pressure
  • Detoxification
  • Diabetes
  • Digestive Health
  • Heart health
  • Immune Support
  • Insulin regulation
  • Mental/Emotional Health
  • Thyroid function
  • Weight loss
  • and much more.

Some of the healing properties found in Sea Moss are:

  • Antioxidants
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-coagulants
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Antimicrobial
  • Anti-viral
  • Alkalising
  • Mineral dense
  • Nutritious
  • Promotes circulation

What is Carrageenan?

You may have heard of a product called Carrageenan or Carrageenins. Carrageenan is a byproduct of red seaweed. The (Food and Drug Administration) FDA approved the use of Carrageenan in food and drugs.

The seaweed is broken down and manufactured into a gel. It is used worldwide for its stabilizing properties, and as a thickening agent.

More recently Carrageenan has been in the press for it’s negative side effects. Consuming large quantities of Carrageenan may cause digestive problems like IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) or IBD (irritable bowel disease), inflammation and colon cancer.

Because Carrageenan is an extract from Seaweed, this amazing superfood went under the spotlight. I want to make this very clear. Carrageenan and Seaweed are NOT the same thing.

Seaweed is a whole food with fiber, minerals and nutrients in abundance. Consuming Seaweed has many health benefits. Carrageenan on the other hand has been manufactured and all the goodness taken out of it.

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Irish Sea Moss is Nature’s Gift

If you’re still wondering ‘Is Sea Moss good for you?’, you can comfortably stop wondering. Irish Sea Moss is nature’s gift for all who are willing to enjoy the benefits.

Start adding it to your food and beverages. Look for new recipes and keep things interesting. We plan to add more recipes to our website which will feature Irish Sea Moss Gel. So, feel free to browse or sign up for our monthly email.

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About the Author

Christine has long been on the path to optimal health. With a history of weight loss coaching she is driven by a passion for nutrition, health and wellness. Having grown up in Africa before migrating to New Zealand, and then Australia, she has seen very strong contrasts in quality of life and is driven to help others understand the importance of taking a holistic approach to life.

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