09-29-2007, 09:17 PM
Seaweeds are mentioned a lot here, could someone kindly tell me the nutritional value of nori, and why its so beneficial. Thanks in advance. ;)
Its the only seaweed i enjoy.
09-29-2007, 09:43 PM
Here's what Brigitte Mars says about nori in Rawsome "... is low-growing and fragile andmakes its home in hsallow water. It is high in protein, beta-carotene, and Minerals. Nori stimulates circulation and gives short bursts of energy, relieving fatigue and loneliness. Buy only black nori sheets, as the green ones have been roasted."
There you have it.
Wait, there's more...
"Seaweeds, also known as sea vegetables, grow in the mineral-rich brine of the ocean and transform it's fifty-six known minerals, including calcium, iodine, iron, potassium, and magnesium, into nutients that we can assimilate. In fact, seweeds contain ten to twenty times more minerals than land-grown plandts do. Their abundant mineral content makes seaweeds an important element of the raw foods diet.
"Seaweeds offer many benefits to human health. They increase metabolism, purify the blood, help break son fat, improve joint flexibility, and help heal mucous membranes. They are naturally alkalinizing, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral. They also strengthen the kidneys and beautify the skin and hair.
"Energetically, seaweeds are cool and wet. They can help ole "emotional programming" to resurface, allowing negative memories to come to light and have the opportunity to be resolved.
" In addition, seaweeks contain alginic acid, a compound that binds in the body with heavy metals, environmental toxins, and other chemicals and then carries fthem from the bd through the stools."
Enjoy! I like nori rolled up with some Sunny Pate`, or even some nut cheese.;)
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