Optimise your Immunity now - Seaweed is a great tool to have in your health well-being toolkit.
Why seaweed can play a major role in your overall health and wellness.
Boosts nutrition - packed full of rich vitamins, minerals and beneficial nutrients. **Seaweed contains Zinc ** - it is a trace element that is necessary for a healthy immune system. Zinc keeps the immune system strong. A lack of zinc can make a person more susceptible to disease and illness.
Exceptional for Gut Health - seaweed protects the lining of the oesophagus from stomach acid and encourages beneficial gut bacteria.
Seaweed is a great source of fibre - but not just any old fibre. Seaweed is mostly soluble fibre, the kind that turns into a gel, slowing down the digestive process, thus inhibiting the absorption of sugars and cholesterol.
Get a hit of antioxidants, amino acids and vitamins A, B, C and E. These antioxidants protect your body from cell damage
Can help and support with weight loss - seaweed helps limit the body’s ability to break down and absorb the dietary fat consumed during a meal, which could make it easier to lose weight; Can help curb appetite and cravings.
Iodine - a micronutrient that’s hard to come by in so many of the foods we eat. As well as other nutrients lacking in our foods - seaweed is a great way to fill the 'nutritional' gap! Help with our energy levels and a happy and healthy thyroid!
Living a balanced life ... for many of us, it can be a hard transformation ... getting that balance right. But like many things in life, it can be just one step at a time that can really get us on the path to a healthy and balanced life.
Start with choosing the best foods to eat - know what you are eating, when you are eating.
With the right exercises that will work best for you - we're not all runners, or yoga enthusiasts. Choose an exercise prorgamme / a routine that will work best for you and for you to stick at it.
Did you know that just exercise won't get your slim-down effect alone! It is what we eat and how we eat will affect our body weight.
Using your mind and interacting with people around us - keeping in touch with friends, neighbours, family and work colleagues are all really important for each of us. Interactions and conversations will make us feel better in ourselves.