Arctic Kelp is produced from seaweed from northern Norway which contains more than 30 easily absorbed minerals and is naturally rich in iodine, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, selenium – and vitamins A, C, B, E and K.
- Metabolism: Kelp is rich in iodine, which is important for the thyroid gland hormone thyroxine to function efficiently. Kelp stimulates and thereby increases metabolism, and it is, therefore, a natural supplement in connection with weight control.
- Mineral deficiency: Strengthens the nervous system and the heart function.
- Pregnant women: During pregnancy, the fetus’s brain is sensitive to a lack
of thyroid hormones. Lack of these hormones can lead to mental retardation, lack of maturation and dwarf growth.
- Rheumatism/arthritis: Kelp is rich in sodium and calcium, which is good for the treatment of rheumatism and arthritis. Sodium also strengthens the uptake of calcium.
- Kelp functions as a blood purifying due to its level of potassium
AREAS OF USE:
- Low metabolism
- Increases metabolism by the desire for weight loss
- Mineral deficiency and iodine deficiency
- Pregnant women (important for the development of the fetus)
- Strength of rheumatism and arthritis
• Kelp (Ascophyllum nodosum) contains more than 30 easily absorbed minerals and is rich in iodine, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, phosphor, and selenium. Kelp also has a high content of vitamins A, C, B, E and K.
• 90 capsules
• 3 capsules at breakfast meal or more specific instructions
• Recommended dosage is equivalent to 170 μg iodine
• Should not be used by persons who are prescribed a low-iodine diet
Dietary supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. The most important for you is that you have a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. If you feel you need to use supplements, you should remember that herbal products have to be used over time to achieve the desired effects.
|Dimensions||5 × 5 × 10.50 cm|