Kelp: 10 Benefits Of Eating Kelp

Author By: Tallene Hacatoryan, MS, RD, CLT on 09 Mar, 2019

Kelp Benefit #2: Nutrient Dense

In the past, when food was scarce, kelp was used by societies for survival. Though very low calorie and low in fat, the algae is filled with nutrients. It is high in vitamin K, vitamin A, calcium, iron, and magnesium. Thus, if you are looking to pack on the benefits of vitamins but want to avoid the calories, kelp is a great way to do so.

The algaeā€™s iodine content is especially impressive. In fact, it has one of the best natural sources of iodine, which helps manage metabolism, prostate disorders, autoimmune disorders, and diabetes. The body does not produce on its own, thus diet is the only way to get it.

Benefits Of Kelp

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