Sea moss and Bladderwrack capsules Benefits
Sea Moss contains the stable dipeptide Citrulline-arginine which acts to improve the bioavailability of arginine by increasing skin energy levels, encouraging cell growth and metabolism, and protecting the skin.
A scientific study performed in 2013 demonstrated Sea Moss' ability to enhance host immunity and suppress quorum sensing when exposed to Pseudomonas Aeruginosa (PA) bacteria (60% mortality rate). Consumption of Sea Moss resulted in a 28% reduction of the bacteria, as well as a restraint of the expression of the bacteria.
Highly touted for its effect on the digestive system, we did some in-depth research to find out why. Turns out, Sea Moss has a high concentration of pre-biotics. Prebiotics are a type of dietary fiber that feed the good bacteria in your gut. This in-turn helps the gut bacteria to produce colon nutrients and leads to a healthier digestive system.
Contrary to popular belief, a bit of mucus is actually healthy for our bodies. However, when mucus production becomes abnormal or excess, it loses its ideal viscosity and harmful microbes can infect the body more easily. This is where Sea Moss comes in--it contains Potassium Chloride, Omega 3 fatty acids and Chlorophyll. These three ingredients are key when it comes to dissolving excess mucus and maintaining healthy fluid balance in the body.
Iodine deficiency can lead to enlargement of the thyroid (goiter), hypothyroidism and to intellectual disabilities in infants and children whose mothers were iodine deficient during pregnancy. Alas, Sea Moss to the rescue—it is one of the most Iodine rich foods on the planet. Further more, it contains selenium, another essential mineral that helps to regulate Thyroid function.