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 Kelp/kombu


Kelp/Kombu is one of the top 5 most consumed seaweeds in both Japan and the USA.


The repudiated physiological effects of regular kombu consumption should be: resolution of coronary artery disease, healthier liver function, higher metabolic rate, faster food transit time, lower LDL cholesterol,, higher HDL cholesterol blood levels.
If the thyroid hormones in kombu and Sargassum are available from food, this could turn out to be an effective treatment to replace both synthetic thyroxines and animal-thyroid medications.

One assumtion is that at least some T4 and T3 gets into the human body from dietary Kombu and stimulate more rapid clearing of fatty wastes from the liver, enabling more rapid removal of blood borne fatty wastes. 

Increased  hormonal activity and function and therefore in health can not be promoted enough. Health benefits, the strengthening of the immune system, well being, wellness and overall protection.

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