Check out these 10 awesome health benefits of Dulse
1) High in Minerals – Specifically Cobalt, Iron, Potassium, Phosphorus, and Manganese
2) Helps heal poor digestive systems
3) Rebuilds and Maintains All Glands in the Body
4) Cleanses the Body of Heavy Metals
5) Increases Metabolism and aids in weight loss
6) Also High in Fiber, and hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and carbon; essentials in building muscles
7) Supports healthy Brain function
8) Very High in Iodine for healthy Thyroid Function
9) Great for adding flavor to cooking
10) Heals and enhances the Liver
More About the Liver
A healthy functioning liver is important to our bodies and overall good health. Our livers are responsible for so much that we absolutely must become more aware of how to keep it healthy. Our livers break down all our foods, cleanses the toxins in our bodies, processes all of our sensory input, and is our heat-furnace. It’s the only organ in the body that can regenerate.
Our livers are extremely abused in our society, and adding Dulse to your daily nutritional intake can play an important role in helping to heal our bodies and liver.
Sea vegetables present these essential nutrients to your body in a chelated, colloidal optimally balanced form so they are bio-available; that is, your body “understands” how to absorb and utilize them. Major minerals examples are:
Calcium (for skeletal health, healthy heartbeat, nervous system function)
Magnesium (activates enzymatic activity, essential for healthy heartbeat)
Potassium (naturally prevents high blood pressure, provides cellular energy)
Sodium (essential for the correct balance of body fluids — our internal “ocean”)
Iron (as hemoglobin, transports and distributes oxygen to all your cells)
After consuming up to 3 cups of spring water I head to the kitchen to make a fruit break fast. My favorite meal is Creamy Coconut Parfait and today I created a coconut blueberry parfait and it was electric!! ! I wish I blended the meat of 2 fresh young jelly coconuts instead of 1.
RECIPE: Blend the ingredients till smooth and creamy (consistency of cake mix)
1 FRESH (not young thia) young jelly coconut meat
1/4 cup blended blueberries
1 TBS sea moss jelly
1/4 cup of coconut meat
sliced yellow burro banana
fresh coconut meat
This break fast and other fresh fruit break fast meals are featured in our new cookbook
Fresh herbs are fun to play with, but they can intimidate some new cooks. Using dried herbs are a good second choice, just remember that they should be added earlier in the cooking process so they can begin to rehydrate and release their flavors.
Be sure to crush/grind herbs or if you don’t have a tool to crush them, you can rub dried herbs between your thumb and forefinger or between the palms of your hands before adding them to your pot or pan to give the herbs a boost of energy and to help the herbs release their oils and fragrances. Fresh herbs should always be added toward the end of cooking to enjoy their full flavor effect because they are more fragile;
see here now Ready! Set! Go! You have made the decision so many of us have made and that decision is to be an alkaline vegan. After learning about the alkaline vegan lifestyle through viewing DVDs and attending live lectures of Dr. Sebi I made the same decision many others have made to commit to the lifestyle of an alkaline vegan.
Now that you’ve made the decision you may be asking yourself what is next. There are many pointers that all lead to great health but for this blog I want to focus on 3 questions asked by Naya one of the members in my Facebook groups Alkaline Vegan Girls, 1) where do you grocery shop, 2) how often, and 3) what are the pantry essentials? https://www.facebook.com/groups/alkalinevegangirls/ These are the my thoughts about the questions asked:
fresh produce ~ onions, peppers, mushrooms, kale, dandelions greens, romaine lettuce, cherry tomatoes, butternut squash, chayote squash, key limes, seeded grapes, burro bananas, fresh young coconuts, green/yellow, frozen fruit for smoothies
Nuts, seeds and beans ~walnuts, hemp seeds, and garbanzo beans dry
Raw agave’ nectar and pitted dates for sweeteners
Fresh or dried herbs for seasonings ~ ginger, oregano, basil, fennel, onion powder, sage, dill, all spice, clove
With the above foods in your house you can make several meals to include soups, teas, stews, salads, stir fries, cookies, ice cream, pancakes, veggie vurgers, break fast meals and several other dishes.
The list of foods go on and on and all created from the nutritional guide Dr. Sebi provides to assist alkaline vegans with choosing healthy, natural foods that will create healing environments for our bodies to thrive in. The list Dr. Sebi created is not without flaw but it is a list with the least mucous causing foods for us to consume.