08-15-2007, 11:26 AM
I'd love to eat more seaweeds and veggies, but they all taste yucko except nori, which is highly expensive :(
I've been taking a kelp tablet, but I don't know how processed it is and I'd like to take something that is 100% verified to be encapsulated raw sea veggie matter. I'm about to start browsing, but if anyone has a specific product name that'd be great!
- Rawsomely yours, SRD
*** OH and if it doesn't cost an arm and a leg for a poor college student, even BETTER!
08-15-2007, 11:31 AM
Have you checked out Alissa's green food powder? It contains land and sea veggies.
Land Vegetables: Whole Leaf Barley Grass, Whole Leaf Wheat Grass Juice, Barley Grass Juice, Nettle Leaf, Shavegrass (Horsetail), Alfalfa Leaf Juice, Dandelion Leaf Juice, Barley Grass Juice, Oat Grass Juice, Burdock Root, Broccoli Juice, Kale Juice, Spinach Juice, Parsley Juice, Carob Pod, Ginger Root, Nopal Cactus, Amla Berry
Algaes: Spirulina, Broken Cell Wall, Chlorella
Wildcrafted Aquatic Vegetables: Icelandic Kelp, Nova Scotia Dulse
Enzymes: (Optimum absorption, cleansing +) – Protease, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase, Bromelain, Papain, Alpha Galactosidase
Comprehensive Probiotic Mixture: A.Agilis, L.Acidophilus, R.Arrhizus, DDS-I Acidophilus, Bifidus, L.Bulgaricus, A.Brasilienese, B.Brenis, P.Chrysosporium, A.Citreus, L.Casei, P.Calcis, S.Cellulase, P.Denitrificans, S.Faecium, S.Fradiae, P.Flourescens, A.Globiformis, S.Griseoflavus, P.Gelatic, B.Lipolyticum, A.Luteus, A.Lipoferum, A.Lwolfii, B.Laterosporous, P.Marinoglutinosa, B.Macerans, P.Nigraclens, P.Putida, L.Plantarum, B.Pumilus, B.Polymyxa, B.Stationis, L.Salivarius, B.Subtilus, B.Succinogenes, A.Simplex, B.Subtilus, S.Thermopolis, A.Terreus, M.Verrucaria, T.Viride, K.Zopfit
Storage: Refrigeration is not required.
Suggested Usage/Nutritional Benefits:
Alissa’s green food is the most comprehensive nutritional product ever offered! It is a vastly superior multivitamin/mineral product replacement plus so much more. It contains high levels of naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, phyto-nutrients, chlorophyll, protein, amino acids, fiber, enzymes, life force, etc. Unlike traditional multivitamin mineral products, Alissa’s green food is exceptionally absorbable, with absolutely no toxicity! It contributes healthy alkalinity to the body. Can be used as a meal replacement when blended with fresh apple juice and other fruit such as berries or banana. Contains a plethora of extremely nutrient dense vegetation and is enhanced by Dr. Sheridan’s natural, proprietary process that maximizes life force energy.
Start with one teaspoon per day and increase gradually over two weeks to suggested usage of 1 to preferably 2 (or more) heaping tablespoons per day; either all at once or divided. 1 level tablespoon per day = approximately 33 day supply. It can also be sprinkled on or mixed with foods.
**If you experience temporary beneficial cleansing reactions that you find undesirable (such as loose bowels), reduce amount used to 1 teaspoon or less and then increase over several days or weeks to 2 (or more) heaping tablespoons.**
Intensive Usage: 6 or more heaping tablespoons per day. It is non-toxic and can be taken in any quantity.
08-15-2007, 11:33 AM
Oy....my arm and leg! (No offense anyone)
Hmmmmm I'll be pondering :)
08-15-2007, 11:34 AM
Well, to me it's a heck of a lot cheaper then being on meds. Healthier too. What price do you put on your health?
08-15-2007, 11:37 AM
I don't think that question really applies - of course I'll do what it takes for my health, but sometimes there aren't the means.
08-15-2007, 04:48 PM
Smiling Raw, have you tried dulse, and putting that into a cracker recipe or something? I would say that's the least "fishy" of all the seaweeds. It's quite salty. Maybe you could find the right recipe to blend it into to cover any taste you might not like.
It is also very inexpensive. The one I got was organic and cost $3 for a little bag. It is from "atlantic mariculture", Grand Manaan New Brunswick Canada. Certified organic by OCIA.
I just got it at the health food department of a major supermarket.
08-16-2007, 03:38 PM
also adding that it is dried outside on rocks according to their site when I last checked.
08-16-2007, 05:03 PM
love it !
08-16-2007, 07:36 PM
Not to advertise outside of Alissa site but I buy raw nori from www.therawchoice.com and it is like only 3.99 for 10 sheets of nori. It is three people in my family and that can make about a 4 days worth of sushi for us. Thats not to expensive when you think about how much use you can get out of it. Whole foods also has a brand a little under 4 dollars. And like everyone else is saying try sprinkling a little dulse of everything. Gook luck to you. I send you my encouragement.
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