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Radiation. Iodine. Have some Kelp. Kelp helps protect against Radiation. Kelp seaweed is said to help protect against radiation because it's rich in iodine. Kelp - Excerpts from New World Encyclopedia.... Kelp is the common name for any of the large s...

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Have some Kelp - Kelp helps protect against Radiation

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Radiation. Iodine. Have some Kelp. Kelp helps protect against Radiation. Kelp seaweed is said to help protect against radiation because it's rich in iodine. Kelp - Excerpts from New World Encyclopedia.... "Kelp is the common name for any of the large seaweeds comprising the order Laminariales within the brown algae (class Phaeophyceae). There are about 30 different genera of kelp, largely found in colder seas along coastlines in the Northern Hemisphere. Some species grow very long and form kelp forests. Kelp forests are underwater areas in temperate and polar coastal oceans with a high density of kelp and are recognized as one of the most productive and dynamic ecosystems on earth." "Ecologically, kelp provide a physical substrate and habitat for animals, as well as food for such aquatic organisms as sea urchins, seastars, isopods, kelp crabs, and herbivorous fishes. For humans, kelp has long been used as a source of nutrition, providing such elements as iodine, calcium, iron, and diverse vitamins, and its use in medicine traces as far back as 3,000 B.C.E. in China. Kelp often is recommended today by naturopaths and herbalists for various conditions, such as thyroid disorders. Kelp is particularly important as part of present-day Japanese cuisine." "Through the nineteenth century, the word "kelp" was closely associated with seaweeds that could be burned to obtain soda ash (primarily sodium carbonate). The seaweeds used included species from both the orders Laminariales and Fucales. The word "kelp" was also used directly to refer to these processed ashes." ...Scotland sodium carbonate.." "Alginate, a kelp-derived carbohydrate, is used to thicken products such as ice cream, jelly, salad dressing, and toothpaste, as well as an ingredient in exotic dog food and in manufactured goods. The Greeks used it to feed their cattle as far back as the first century B.C.E." "Kelp is also used frequently in seaweed fertilizer, especially in the Channel Islands, where it is known as vraic." Culinary and nutritional "Kelp is a rich source of iodine, calcium, and sulfur, and a good source of iron, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, magnesium, and the vitamins A, D, E, K, and B complex. The main constituents of kelp are mucopolysaccharides, algin, phenolic compounds, polar lipids, and glycosyl ester diglycerides, as well as protein, carbohydrates, essential fatty acids, and about thirty minerals..." "Kelp has been eaten for its nutritional value or for medicine for thousands of years, with the Chinese using it as far back as 3,000 B.C.E. and the Japanese including it in their diets for 1,500 years. It has been a staple food in Iceland for centuries..." "Kelp is an important part of the present day Japanese diet, being used in salads, as a garnish, and in soups, sauces, and cakes, as well as to make noodles... Kombu (Laminaria japonica and others), several Pacific species of kelp, is a very important ingredient in Japanese cuisine. Kombu is used to flavor broths and stews (especially dashi), as a savory garnish (tororo konbu) for rice and other dishes, as a vegetable, and a primary ingredient in popular snacks (such as tsukudani). Transparent sheets of kelp (oboro konbu) are used as an edible decorative wrapping for rice and other foods... Kombu can be used to soften beans during cooking, and to help convert indigestible sugars and thus reduce flatulence..." Health "As a rich source of minerals, kelp is often recommended for medicinal purposes. It has been recommended by herbalist and naturopathic practitioners for thyroid disorders, arthritis, high blood pressure, colds, obesity, goiter, eczema, constipation, nervous disorders, low vitality, and other conditions. It is considered to be beneficial to the functioning of the nervous and endocrine systems, and enhance the function of the thyroid, adrenal, and pituitary glands. In particular, it is recommended for thyroid conditions, such as hypothyroidism and goiter, which is attributed partly to its high iodine content..." "It is noted that the Japanese, who eat a lot of kelp, have a low rate of breast cancer, heart disease, thyroid disease, respiratory disease, arthritis, high blood pressure, and gastrointestinal ailments, which may be attributed to kelp... Kelp is also thought to reduce cholesterol levels. However, the high sodium content could make high blood pressure worse and people with high blood pressure or a history of thyroid problems should consult their physicians before using kelp. Excessive consumption can lead to too much iodine... And gathering and using wild kelp poses risk because of contaminants from the sea." "Because of its high concentration of iodine, brown kelp (Laminaria) has been used to treat goiter, an enlargement of the thyroid gland caused by a lack of iodine, since medieval times..." Have some Kelp. Okay! From the Chaos Butterfly 8 channel. Thank you. ChaosButterfly8 Fukushima Daiichi Japan earthquake and tsuanmi Mar 11, 2011

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