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Kelp, or Ascophyllum nodosum, is a nutritional seaweed. It is an edible plant that grows in shallow ocean waters. It is extremely nutritious, safe to eat, inexpensive, and widely available.
Endo-met Kelp contains Atlantic Kelp to remineralize and nourish the body.
Everyone today is low in minerals, due to modern agricultural methods, depleted soils, food processing, weak digestion, and perhaps other reasons. Kelp is well known as an excellent source of many trace minerals. There are few such sources anywhere on earth.
Bioavailable iodine. This is kelp’s best known benefit. Endo-met Kelp is rich in iodine, and everyone needs more iodine. The reason is the overwhelming amount of iodine antagonists present on planet earth today. These are bromine in breads and soda pop, chlorine in drinking water and elsewhere, and fluorides in water supplies and foods.
Fish and seafood are other good sources of bioavailable iodine. However, they are too high in mercury to be eaten regularly today. Iodized salt provides some iodine, but is not enough, in almost all cases. Also, the iodine in salt is not that well utilized.
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
|Kelp (from the Atlantic)||600 mg||†|
Other Ingredients: Cellulose, hypromellose (plant), microcrystalline cellulose (plant), silicon dioxide (silica) and magnesium stearate (palm).
This product is free of: casein, corn, dairy, egg, gluten, GMO, lactose, soy, wheat, whey and yeast.
Percent Daily Values are based on a U.S. 2,000 calorie daily diet. † Daily value not established Note: Italicized items are coating ingredients.
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