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   Seaweed supplements.

Simply eating unprocessed dried seaweeds can yield many  benefits. Different, water related physical ailments in both humans and their companion animals can be resolved with the simple addition of a little seaweeds to their respective diets. However the digestive flora in a person must adjust itself and this can take up to 4 months to produce the necessary or dedicated enzymes to thoroughly digest dietary seaweeds. Therapeutic seaweed constituents can be extracted and are available and used in cases of chronic conditions, it is much easier and cheaper to use whole seaweeds and not the expensive extracts. Do not expect results, use the seaweed uncooked if possible. Because it takes some time before the individualís enteroflora is able to recognizing and digest the molecular structures on and in seaweeds. The use of a small amount of seaweed daily basis far better than irregular amounts occasionally. The key to bacterial dietary adaptation is continual exposure to the new food material. 

 

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