Categories: Glandular System
: Thyroid, Low Metabolism, Overweight, Poor Digestion, Kidney Problems, Circulation, Inflammation, Arthritis, Rheumatism, Immune System, Stress
Kelp (Glandular), commonly referred to as seaweed, grows along coastlines around the world. Botanically it is classified as algae. It is a rich source of natural vitamins and minerals, including essential trace minerals. Kelp is dependent upon the sea for its nourishment -- an excellent source since the sea is the repository of all the minerals that have been washed from the land through the millennia. The plant can grow as much as two feet per day, and the entire plant is used in herbology.
Kelp is especially high in iodine, which must be present for proper glandular function and metabolism. It also contains iron, sodium, phosphorus and calcium, as well as magnesium and potassium. Kelp is a source of vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and E, plus amino acids. Kelp also makes a popular salt substitute. Because the plantís nutrients come in a natural form, they are easily assimilated by the body. Each capsule contains 525 mg kelp.
Take two Nature's Sunshine capsules twice a day with meals.
Due to its high iodine content, Kelp should be used sparingly if a thyroid condition exists and consult your health care professional.
Nature's Sunshine Kelp provides 525mg Kelp per capsule.
Kelp is also available in the following combination packages:
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