Огляд Dr. Berg, Sea Kelp Enhanced Iodine, 90 капсул
Огляд Dr. Berg, Sea Kelp Enhanced Iodine, 90 капсул
Dr. Berg, Sea Kelp Enhanced IodineGet a daily boost of natural vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants with Dr. Berg Sea Kelp Enhanced Iodine. This product combines three potent algae superfoods only found in the pristine waters of Iceland. Sea kelp is one of the best natural sources of iodine, which is essential for healthy thyroid function and balanced hormones. Each bottle contains 90 easy-to-swallow capsules.
NEW ENHANCED FORMULA - Sea Kelp Enhanced Iodine is a new health-boosting formula that combines three unique types of algae only found in the pristine waters of Iceland. These algae include organic sea kelp (also known as laminaria), organic blue-green algae, and wildcrafted red algae.
Because sea kelp efficiently absorbs the nutrients from its surrounding marine environment, it is rich in vitamins (vitamins A, K, B1, B3, folate, and pantothenic acid), minerals (magnesium, calcium, iron, and potassium), trace minerals (iodine, zinc, copper, manganese, and vanadium), fiber, amino acids, and omega-3 fatty acids.
Sea kelp is especially rich in iodine, an essential trace mineral. Iodine is crucial for healthy thyroid hormone levels—your metabolism, brain function, cell processes, reproductive health, metabolism, and energy levels are all influenced by these hormones.
SEA KELP ENHANCED IODINE HIGHLIGHTS:
- Harvested from pristine underwater forests in Iceland
- Potent source of iodine
- Highly bioavailable plant-based nutrients
- 90-day supply!
- Supports the thyroid gland
- Promotes a healthy body
- Helps fight cravings and boosts weight loss
- Incredible source of antioxidants
- 30-day money-back guarantee
SUGGESTED USE FOR SEA KELP ENHANCED IODINE
Serving size: 1 capsule
Servings per container: 90
Suggested use: As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule in the morning with or without food.
SUPPLEMENT FACTS FOR SEA KELP ENHANCED IODINE
Amount per serving% Daily Value
|Proprietary blend red marine algae (Porphyra umbilicalis), Klamath blue-green algae (Aphanizomenon flos-aquae), sea kelp (Laminaria digitata)||195 mg|
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Daily Value not established.
Other ingredients: Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (vegetable capsule), magnesium stearate (vegetable source)
Nature’s best defense against iodine deficiency
Your body can’t create iodine—you have to get it from your diet. Unfortunately, this can be very difficult to do in today’s world. More than 1.9 billion individuals globally have inadequate iodine levels. The soil we grow our food in is largely depleted of this mineral, which makes it more difficult to get it through your diet.
Even worse, common pollutants, toxins, and GMOs can all prevent your body from getting normal mineral levels. In fact, iodine antagonists—such as fluoride, chlorine, bromine, and soy—are in virtually all tap water and processed foods. These substances can contribute to a deficiency by inhibiting the normal function of iodine in your body.
Sea kelp is one of the world’s most potent and clean sources of iodine. A single capsule of Sea Kelp a day gives you 99% of your daily nutritional needs for iodine. This means you can focus less on getting more iodine and more on improving the other parts of your diet.
Sourced from clean, nutrient-rich waters
Pollution isn’t just a land-based problem. From constant oil spills to radioactive disasters to chemical pesticides and herbicides—pollution is nearly everywhere and contaminates even enormous bodies of water. Sea kelp, like many aquatic plants, can absorb pollutants. The clean waters of Iceland provide the best source of sea kelp because they are rich in nutrients and exposed to minimal pollutants.
Highly bioavailable plant-based nutrients
Rock-sourced iodine is difficult for your body to break down and absorb. Plant-based nutrients are much smaller and more easily broken down. Since sea kelp is highly absorbable, this means more of the iodine is utilized, and less is wasted.
Support your thyroid health naturally
Low iodine is the primary cause of an enlarged thyroid and low thyroid function. Your thyroid requires iodine to function properly—iodine supports the production of thyroid hormones T3 (triiodothyronine) and T4 (thyroxine). Failure to get enough iodine from your diet can lead to an underactive thyroid. In turn, this can create various symptoms, including low energy, chronic fatigue, dry skin, muscle aches, tenderness and stiffness, pain, stiff joints, forgetfulness, low mood, and weight gain.
Adding Sea Kelp to your diet promotes normal and healthy iodine levels to help keep your thyroid functioning optimally. Sea kelp is also rich in the amino acid tyrosine, another essential nutrient for thyroid hormone production.
Fight off oxidative stress and inflammation
Inflammation and oxidative stress are considered risk factors for many chronic health problems. Sea Kelp is rich in potent antioxidants, such as fucoidan from organic sea kelp, phycocyanin from blue-green algae, and phycoerythrin and porphyrin from wildcrafted red algae. Sea kelp also contains other powerful antioxidants like carotenoids and flavonoids. Together, these compounds help reduce oxidative stress, promote normal inflammation levels, and support a healthy immune system.
Support a healthy cardiovascular system
Sea kelp contains certain beneficial nutrients that may help support the health of your heart and blood vessels. All three types of kelp found in Sea Kelp are excellent sources of fiber and contain omega-3 fatty acids—both of which are great for promoting normal LDL cholesterol levels and supporting a healthy heart.
Promote normal glucose levels
Having a normal and balanced blood glucose level is vital for a healthy body and optimal energy levels. Sea kelp is an excellent source of vanadium, a rare trace element that can help promote normal glucose levels by mimicking the actions of insulin in the body.
Boost healthy weight loss and digestion
The insoluble fiber found in sea kelp—in particular, sulfated polysaccharides—has been shown to slow down stomach emptying. This helps you feel fuller for longer and can delay your hunger and food cravings. Fiber can also promote a healthy gut by keeping the right balance between “good” and “bad” gut bacteria. Good bacteria in your large intestine use fiber to grow.
Maintain a healthy reproductive system
An underactive thyroid caused by iodine deficiency is not good for normal hormone levels and reproductive health in men and women. By supporting your thyroid function, iodine also supports the reproductive system, including normal menstrual cycles in women and healthy prostate function in men.