Why Sea Moss Is Going VIRAL!

Sea moss has gained popularity on social media due to its numerous health benefits, but what exactly is it, and is it worth the hype?

0:00 Introduction: Advantages of sea moss
0:05 What is sea moss?
0:23 Benefits of sea moss
1:03 What is the purpose of trace minerals?
1:50 Importance of selenium
2:56 Advantages of iodine
3:40 Carrageenan and its effects

Sea moss and sea kelp are both types of seaweed that grow underwater and have similar nutritional value. People have used sea moss on their skin and internally to help with digestion and inflammation.

Sea moss contains various nutrients, including amino acids, fiber, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and phytonutrients.

One of the standout features of sea moss and other types of seaweed is its high mineral content. This includes trace minerals, which are essential for our health but needed in small amounts.

Trace minerals are crucial in activating enzymes and proteins that aid in various bodily functions. For example, selenium is essential for converting the inactive form of thyroid hormone (T4) to its active form (T3) and supporting immune function.

Sea moss is also a great source of iodine. Iodine is crucial for thyroid health and helps regulate estrogen levels in women.

Unfortunately, most land-grown produce lacks trace minerals. To get enough of these essential minerals, we need to consume foods grown near the ocean or directly from the sea itself.

Some forms of seaweed, including sea moss, contain carrageenan. While this ingredient has been linked to digestive issues, it’s important to distinguish between naturally occurring carrageenan found in sea moss and the artificially added version found in processed foods.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps explain the benefits of sea moss and other types of seaweed and how they can support your overall well-being. I’ll see you in the next video!

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