Kelp is a brown seaweed that grows in nearly all oceans of the World. There are several varieties of Kelp including rockweed, laminaria and bladderwrack, the three most common types used in supplements. Kelp contains more vitamins and minerals than any other food. Vitamins include A, B2, B3 and choline and among the 23 minerals include iodine, calcium, phosphorus, iron, sodium, potassium, magnesium, sulphur, copper and zinc.
Because it is a great source of iodine, sea kelp can improve thyroid function for those who are deficient in iodine or poorly absorb it. Absorption is of particular interest… Read more