Kelp is a variety of seaweed. It grows to length of up to 200 feet in the temperate parts of the Atlantic Ocean.
Uses: Stimulates metabolism, Obesity, Weight loss, Detoxification.
How it works: Kelp is rich in Iodine. It also contains Bromine, trace elements and Vitamin A.
The main activity of Kelp lies with its iodine content. It is an important component of thyroid hormones, which play a significant part in regulating the body’s metabolism.
Increasing the iodine available to the body will increase the level of activity in the thyroid gland, raising the body’s general metabolism.
Kelp has the ability to bind to toxins such as heavy metals and carry them out of the body.
This detoxifying effect can make you feel better and more energised, encouraging you to do a little more on the exercise front.