Natures Way Kelp contains Ascophyllium nodosum or knotted wrack, as opposed to bladderwrack which is fucus vesiculosus. It is sourced from waters close to Canada and Ireland (Atlantic Ocean). Sea kelp is a rich and dependable source of 60 minerals and elements, including iodine, 21 amino acids and 12 vitamins (including A,C,B1,B12 and Vitamin E) Because the minerals are from plant tissue they are easily digested and assimilated. Many of the trace minerals contained in kelp are essential for producing enzymes which in turn promote healthy body functions. Natures Way Kelp contains 600mg of Whole thallus per vegetarian Capsule, with a guaranteed potency of 300mcg iodine and 35mg sodium per Capsule. 100 vegetarian Capsules
Kelp a wonderful gift from nature
One of kelps most common uses is for its high content of iodine. Iodine is necessary for proper functioning of the thyroid gland, which is essential for proper growth, energy and metabolism. It is very high in minerals, activates all glands in the body, helps to regulate body temperature, is good for the pancreas and adrenal glands, builds cell membranes, cleanses the body of radiation and acts as a antibiotic, by assisting the release of iodine into the blood stream when an infection is present, which helps fight infection.
Iodine, minerals, proper growth and development, energy, metabolism, activates all glands in the body, helps to regulate body temperature, is good for the pancreas and adrenal glands, builds cell membranes, cleanses the body of radiation.
Kelp may assist with conditions caused by hypothyroidism including goitre, excess weight or obesity, sluggish metabolism etc.
Per 1 Capsule: Kelp (Ascorphyllium nodosum) (Whole thallus) 600mg, providing Iodine 300mcg and Sodium 35mg. Other ingredients: Plant derived Capsule (modified cellulose)
Recommendations: One Capsule per day with water. Do not exceed the recommended dosage.
Do not use with hyperthyroidism or long term.
Keep out of reach of children. Do not exceed the recommended dosage. Not recommended for hyperthyroidism or for long term use. Consult a healthcare professional before use with pregnancy or breastfeeding, or if taking prescription iodine medication. In all cases of ill health, seek professional advice before self prescribing.