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The Quick and Easy Guide to Improving Your Health on the Body Ecology Program Part IV: All About Ocean Vegetables

By BodyEcology.com 

Did you know that seaweed tastes good and is good for you? Ocean or sea vegetables has amazing healing properties and can help you feel your best!

Are you ready to improve your health and digestion, boost your metabolism and feel more relaxed and energetic than ever?

Then you need to think about eating sea vegetables!

Sea vegetables, along with fermented foods and drinks, are one of the most misunderstood and yet, healthiest foods to include in your diet. In fact, ocean or sea vegetables are a staple of the Body Ecology diet because they have such amazing powers to nourish and heal your body.

This fourth installment to our Quick and Easy Guide series will teach you all about ocean or sea vegetables, so that you can begin including them in your healthy Body Ecology program today!

You might think you are unfamiliar with sea vegetables, but if you have ever eaten sushi, then you have tasted an ocean vegetable!

Nori, the thin, dark green sheets used to wrap sushi, are just one kind of sea vegetable. Other kinds include kombu, wakame, arame, agar and dulse, just to name a few. Read on to learn why these vegetables of the sea are so nutritious!


Ocean Vegetables and Your Health

Ocean vegetables have many amazing healing benefits. They:1

 

Besides these health benefits, sea vegetables contain all 56 minerals and trace elements your body needs to thrive.2

Because of their high mineral content, ocean vegetables are truly a must for nourishing your adrenals to help alleviate adrenal fatigue. Creating energy is the first step to wellness and both your adrenals and your thyroid have been given the important role of creating energy. When an under-active thyroid condition becomes balanced, issues like constipation can also be relieved. Since one symptom of hypothyroidism is constipation, nourishing your thyroid with mineral-rich ocean veggies can help with this truly epidemic problem.


Ocean Vegetables: A Primer

Not only are sea vegetables vital for your health, but also they are versatile and tasty in your kitchen!

Alkaline-forming sea vegetables combine well with any grain OR protein and all other vegetables, whether raw, cooked, or cultured.

At Body Ecology we're really into balance. When we cook salty-tasting sea vegetables we like to combine them with lots of sweet-tasting carrots and onions.

Your local health food store probably sells a wonderful diversity of sea vegetables. You'll find them in a variety of colors...green, black and even red. At least one or two of these should easily become a favorite food:

You can (and should) enjoy sea vegetables with every meal. Even though they seem to be humble seaweed, sea vegetables pack tons of nutrition into every bite, even more than conventional vegetables!

The Body Ecology Diet book has more information on these nutritional super-stars. The book also has easy and delectable recipes that make the most of their unique taste. In this day and age, when genetically modified foods are creeping slowly into our food supply, it is encouraging to know that the vegetables from the ocean are the oldest and most original of all foods.

Learn more about ocean vegetables in The Body Ecology Diet by Donna Gates. This book is packed with information and recipes for ocean vegetables.

Buy now and get a bonus with your book!

If you don't have time to cook sea vegetables at each meal and still want all the benefits, try Body Ecology's potent Ocean Plant Extract. Extracted from the sea vegetable Laminaria Japonica, this amazing supplement is great for heavy metal cleansing, thyroid function, detoxification, and boosting your immunity. The brown color of this ocean plant helps reduce abdominal fat and helps control excess sugar in the blood. It takes 50 pounds of Laminaria Japonica to make 1 pound of our Ocean Plant Extract.

Learn more about Russia's "Miracle" Heavy Metal Cleansing Sea Vegetable, "Laminaria Japonica"

Whether you want to balance your thyroid function, detox your body or ward off cancer, ocean vegetables can help you feel your best. Better yet, they taste delicious! Try some today and see for yourself!


Sources

Bassett, Clark, "Effects of kelp supplementation on thyroid function in euthyroid subjects,"
Endocr Pract. 2003 Sep-Oct; 9(5):363-9.

2 Schoenhals, Kim, "Under the sea: superior nutrition from the ocean's depths," Better Nutrition, May 2004. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0FKA/is_5_66/ai_n5992779