WHY SEA MOSS
Tasteless, low calorie, ocean vegetable super food.
You want to look and feel well, continuously. To do that, your body needs minerals. Sea Moss is algae that has the essential minerals you need to help you be well. Studies show that soil depletion is contributing to the decline of vitamins and minerals found in traditional fruits and vegetables. Sea Moss's macro minerals include calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. And also micro minerals like iron, zinc, iodine, manganese and selenium. For vigor and vitality. For a well you.
Rich in antioxidants, soluble dietary fibers, proteins, minerals, vitamins, and polyunsaturated fatty acids, this red algae has been shown to have therapeutic properties for skin, bones and joints; circulatory and immune health; respiratory, digestive and excretory health.
READY-TO-EAT AND DRINK
Sea Moss is al dente in texture and has no taste to speak of. It won't alter the taste of any other food or ingredient it is combined with. Just add. It works in salads, soups, sautees, with meats and drinks. This is one gift from the ocean that has no wrong way to consume.
Sea Moss grows in the waters of the Atlantic ocean, taking in all good nutrients. It is then harvested and sun-dried. That's it. Sea Moss is naturally preserved in its own sea salt. It can last for years if stored properly in a cool dry place. It also lasts for months in the fridge with no mold or bacteria build-up, because of its low moisture characteristic.
SUSTAINABLE FUNCTIONAL FOOD
Sea Moss's properties makes it a very filling food. You only need 1 teaspoon of sea moss to do what it does.
EVERY BODY AND DIET FRIENDLY
Whether you are a meat eater, vegan, vegetarian, or other specialty dieter, sea moss can be added to your diet. It is very low in calories. Good for children, adults and seniors.
FOOD THAT'S MEDICINE
Sea Moss is a whole food that contains virtually all the minerals found in the ocean - and many of the same minerals found in our blood. It is an all-round tonic, and goes well with other healthy foods.