What makes SeaMoss a Superfood? Why should it be included in your diet?
Updated: Sep 13, 2022
SeaMoss, also known as Irish Moss or Seaweed is listed as a superfood because of the vast amount of content it offer. Many health junkies choose SeaMoss as a daily supplement since it contains 92 of the 102 minerals our body needs. Some other health benefits are: it helps with boosting immunity, anticoagulant, anti-inflammatory, good source for fiber, healthy heart, iodine, magnesium, minerals, potassium, protein, vitamins. Due to the benefits SeaMoss has been used to regulate blood pressure, decreasing the chance for constipation, boost thyroid function, promotes healthy skin, improves energy and libido, aids in weight loss, assist with removing mucus and toxins from the body, and several more.
SeaMoss is best when eaten raw because it maintains it content. After properly soaking and cleaning it, you can eat it plain or mix into a variety of foods or drinks. It is often used to make smoothies, shakes, ice cream, cheesecake, pudding, and pies. SeaMoss can also be used externally on skin or hair. It is known to brighten appearances.
SeaMoss is a favorite for me since my diet is plant based, and I have a history of iron deficiency anemia. Besides the contents previously mentioned, SeaMoss also offer iron. Iron deficiency is common for women of childbearing age, so a daily supplement of iron is needed. SeaMoss is also an energy booster for those that experience fatigue. SeaMoss is one of my daily supplements. I regularly recommend it to almost everyone due to it’s benefits.
Our SeaMoss is obtained from St. Lucia, W.I. We either package it for sale or process the SeaMoss in the most simple way to make gel, lotion, tea, and capsules.