Amazing Benefits of Seaweed: (part of the benefits from: Seaweeds)
- Has important antibacterial and antiviral effects.
- Reduces cholesterol levels in the blood, high blood pressure, and arteriosclerosis.
- Helps discharge other radioactive elements.
- Macrobiotic doctors & patients in Nagasaki, survived the atomic bombing in August of 1945. They protected themselves against lethal doses of radiation on a diet of brown rice, miso soup, seaweed, and sea salt.
- Contains B12 (rarely found in vegetables).
- Is rich in iron, potassium, magnesium, zinc, manganese and 60 trace minerals.
- Provides a substance called aliginic acid that helps the body eliminate toxins. (Study at McGill University in Montreal)
- When the body is saturated with natural iodine from seaweed, it will more readily excrete radioactive iodine taken in from the air, water, or food.
- Contains 14 times more calcium by weight than milk.
- Is high in protein, low in fat, and contains little or no carbs.
- Has components that lower blood pressure.
This salad is very quick, simple, nutritious, and filled with flavor.
- Tear lettuce into pieces.
- Slice onion very thinly and chop finely, mixing together.
- Lightly toast Nori until it turns a green color and is crumbly.
- Mix in a few drops of olive oil with the lettuce.
- Sprinkle lemon juice and salt on lettuce and toss.
- Crumble Nori into the salad.
- Toss and serve.
This is a great addition to any meal, especially if you like seaweed, ginger, and carrots.
˝ cup arame
2 – 3 tbsp. tamari
˝ tbsp. fresh ginger, grated
3 – 5 carrots cut into match stick lengths
- Cover arame with water.
- Soak arame for 10 minutes.
- Boil arame, tamari, and grated ginger uncovered and on low until most of the liquid has evaporated.
- Add the carrots.
- Cover and cook until carrots are slightly tender.
- Remove lid and cook until all the water has evaporated.
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