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Super Detox from the Inside from day 1

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Detox from the inside

Detox From The Inside Out. Seaweeds remove fats and toxins from the body and helps protect the liver from toxic damage.#Seaweeds also absorbs toxins from the digestive tract. Our beautiful seaweeds from Ebb Tides

can help in your detox regime.

In an ideal world, everyone would nutritious foods, get plenty of sleep, breath pristinely clean air, and not put any substances in our body such as alcohol or tobacco. Unfortunately, that’s simply not the case for most people. From time to time, we all slip; we eat fast foods or foods with a lot of additives, we perhaps imbibe a bit too much, or we work and live in an area that has a level of pollution that’s simply out of our control. For many people, it’s a good idea to try and detox your body. Seaweed can be an ideal way to help with this! Learn more about how seaweed can help detox your body.

What is detoxing your body?

Detoxification is about resting, cleansing and nourishing your body from the inside out. By removing and eliminating unhealthful toxins, then providing your body with healthy nutrients, detoxifying can help protect you from disease and renew your ability to maintain optimum health.

What happens when you detox your body?

When you detox your body, you basically flush out toxins, allowing your body to function at a higher level. Your body will better assimilate nutrients when it’s free of harmful toxins.

Are there different ways to detox your body?

Detoxing isn’t simply a matter of eating healthy. There are actually several ways that you can detox your body, including:

  • Cutting sugar intake
  • Increased water consumption
  • Exercise
  • Drink more tea
  • Eat clean (no processed foods!)
  • Sweat (saunas)

How can seaweed help with detoxification?

Consuming seaweed is a fantastic ways to not only introduce powerful nutrients and minerals into your body, but also eliminate toxins such as metals and chemicals in our body.  Seaweed removes fats and toxins from the body and helps protect the liver from toxic damage.

Certain seaweed varieties are some of the most nutritionally dense plants on the planet. They are the most abundant sources of minerals in the plant kingdom because they have access to all 92 minerals needed for nutrition in the ocean. Seaweeds have an extraordinary capacity to accumulate minerals, becoming increasingly rich in sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, chlorine, iron, sulfur, copper, manganese, cobalt, bromine, iodine, and many naturally occurring vitamins, including A and C. In addition, seaweeds utilize nitrogen from the air to synthesize complete proteins.

The sodium alginate in seaweed, especially kelp, absorbs toxins from the digestive tract. A Canadian study from McGill University found that seaweed absorbs cadmium and lead from inside the body, which can accumulate from cigarette smoke and industrial waste in the environment. Green seaweed is also a potent detoxifier because of the chlorophyll in it, which contains special fibers that bind and remove unwanted toxins.

Can seaweed only help with detoxing if eaten?

Seaweed can detox from the inside out! Of course, eating seaweed, such as seaweed salads, sushi, etc. can be very healthy, but many people know how beneficial seaweed can be for skin and hair as well by using seaweed masks and wraps.

However, for those who neither want to consume the pungent food or wrap themselves in seaweed, there are other great options! Seaweed supplements have been gaining in popularity as people learn about the healthful benefits of seaweed. Many nutritionists prescribe kelp supplements to aid thyroid function, hydration and weight management due to its high iodine content. Seaweed supplements, particularly supplements made from whole sea plants, can provide an exceptional tool for helping detox your body.

The added benefit of seaweed supplements over simply eating seaweed or sea vegetables is also convenience. For many busy individuals, trying to incorporate seaweed into their diet is simply not feasible, but taking a healthy seaweed supplement provides the healthy benefits of seaweed without the hassle.

If you’re ready to detox your body with seaweed, consider taking a well-balanced seaweed supplement and start enjoying a healthier you!

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3 Ways To Lose Weight with Seaweeds

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Lose Weight with Seaweeds

#Seaweeds contain Alginate that reduces #fat digestion by the body.
#Iodine in seaweeds helps maintain a healthy metabolism and burn #calories.
3 Seaweeds rehydrate in the stomach making you feel full and less likely to snack.
A few shakes a day onto meals from our easy to use shakers is all you need to help #lose weigh from your Ebb Tides shakers.

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Be Happy Eat Seaweeds

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Most commonly seen at your local sushi restaurant, seaweed is another food that makes you happy. Seaweed serves as a great source for magnesium and tryptophan. Magnesium is a mineral that helps relax your muscles, while tryptophan is an amino acid that helps in the production of serotonin. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter made in your brain that elevates your mood.

Doctors often prescribe SSRI’s (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors) to increase serotonin levels in anxiety patients. Eating foods that help with serotonin production is a natural alternative to these drugs. You can find seaweed on the shelves as ‘spirulina’ if you’d rather take it in a supplement form. 

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Seaweed and Anti -Ageing

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Skin Food #seaweed is fabulous for us inside and outside #skinfood.Seaweed offers superior hydration as well as anti-aging and anti-inflammatory benefits. If you love what the ocean does for your hair—hello, beachy waves!—just wait until you see what it can do for your skin. Seaweed, sea kelp, and algae offer superior hydration as well as anti-aging and anti-inflammatory benefits. Eating just a small amount daily is all that's required. Ebb Tides making Healthy Simple. …………………………………………………… #devonfoodie#devonfood#devonfoodhour#rosiebirkett#crueltyfreefood#veganfoodie#foodielife#veganfoods#investors#healthytips#rosiebirkett#foodblogging#cleaneatingideas#miso#seafoods#chefoninstagram#seaweed#organicfoods#sustainableliving#sustainablefood#wholefoodplantbased#wholefoodsuk#veganfortheanimal#yoga##ebbtidesseaweeds#skincareblogger#skincareorganik#acneisnormal

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Blood and Seaweed

Did you know…Not only is blood mostly water, but the watery portion of blood, the plasma, has a concentration of salt and other ions that is remarkably similar to sea water.
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