Although rat and human digestive physiologies differ, Morita and Nakano’s work strongly suggests that in humans regular dietary consumption of commercially available brown seaweeds will likely reduce Dioxin and
PCB uptake and speed the fecal elimination of body-accumulated Dioxins and PCBs. Dioxins and PCBs are extremely toxic. They are lipophilic and are not water-soluble; they are readily absorbed from the digestive tract and stored in adipose tissue and the liver in abundance.
The authors used rats in their initial seaweed experiments and monotypic encapsulated dried seaweed powders. Their results showed conclusively that: The seaweeds inhibited the initial uptake of dietary-sourced Dioxins and PCBs from food, binding them for fecal elimination.
Foods are the primary sources of Dioxins and PCBs for most of us.
In addition, Seaweeds accelerated whole body elimination of Dioxins and their metabolites.
The body processing of stored Dioxins before metabolite excretion was assumed to be hastened.
Dietary seaweeds effectively inhibit re-absorption of Dioxin mixture excreted into the gut from the GI walls and promote their fecal excretion.
In the work cited, the most effective brown seaweed was Wakame, followed closely by both Hiziki and Kombu.
We are now faced with so many health challenges, physically, mentaly, emotionally and environmentally as well that we can use some help. Daily use of a small amount of seaweed can help.
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