Kelp – Necessary Ingredient or Just a Filler?
General info about Kelp
Kelp is a kind of seaweed rich in minerals, fibers, vitamins and antioxidants. Kelp is low in fat, cholesterol and sugar but contains a lot of saline. Caution should be taken when taking kelp if you have high blood pressure or high intake of salt in general.
Kelp is rich in minerals, vitamins, natural dyes and fiber. Kelp is a good source of vitamin C, pantothenic acid, zinc and copper and a very good source of vitamin K, riboflavin, folic acid, calcium, iron, magnesium and manganese, and that’s why it is excellent for healthy bones, hair, nails and teeth
For people who eat a good diet in general with low sodium intake, eating kelp can be added to daily diet regimes because Kelp is famous for its abundant amount of vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, antioxidants and other high-value nutrients are high relative to the number of calories.
Antioxidants in Kelp
Kelp containing different antioxidants:
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin A and precursors
- Vitamin E
These interact with each other and possibly with other types of complex antioxidant substances of kelp.
Cautions – Any Side Effects of Kelp?
- Although there has been no report on severe side effects of taking kelp, it is best avoided by those who are allergic to seafood.
- Some people get mild stomach irritation, and some have said they experienced excessive saliva production.
- When used in a long period of time, it can act as laxative to some people.
How is Kelp related to Natural Breast Enhancement?
Miroestrol and Deoxymiroestrol, which are the types of phytoestrogens or female hormones from plants, can be found in Kelp. By taking Kelp alone will not help with the breast enlarging effects; only when it is taken in combination with other types of phytoestrogen like in Pueraria Mirifica or Dong Quai.
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