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physicians also, recommend kelp to advocates of a holistic approach to overall pet and human health.
My friend and business associate, Dr. Jeffrey Lee promotes sea vegetables to include kelp as a suggested daily supplement for both humans and animals “ Sea Vegetables are one of the most nutritious foods on this planet that help your pet meet its nutritional needs naturally for optimum health!”
Dr. Jeffery L. Lee, DVM
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Our mission at Sea Miracle Super 7 Foods is to provide for you quality nutrition while protecting our oceans vast, natural resources. Offering you the tastiest, most affordable, whole food on mothers earth... Sea Veggies!
Rejuvenate, rehydrate and reconstruct you and your pets mind body and soul by implementing sea miracle products to your daily routine.
Why Our Food Just Isn’t As Good As It Used To BeThere’s an extreme nutritional deficiency going on around the world.
And it goes beyond what you might be thinking.
There are millions of people who are not getting the amount of nutrients that they really need each day.
But the deficiency goes a step back up the food chain to the very fruits and vegetables that we eat every day.
These foods are just not as packed with nutrients as they were just a few decades ago.Land vegetation uses carbon dioxide from the air to create vitamins, amino acids, and fatty acids that are all essential for growth. However, these plants cannot make minerals and, therefore, have to rely on getting minerals from the soil.
Most farmers do not fertilize their crops to support nutrient-dense produce due to a need to cut costs of production, therefore eliminating valuable nutrition.
We all know that the food industry is all about making more money. And the way that government subsidized farms make more money off of fruits and vegetables is by growing more plants in smaller areas.
By cramming more plants into a growing space, the food companies are able to produce more expensive foods every year. Unfortunately, though, these plants are all competing for the same amount of nutrients form the soil, so each plant gets fewer nutrients than they should be getting.
Bad Soil The way that soil has been over farmed for years is another key reason that we are seeing the drastic nutritional deficiency in today's fruits and vegetables.
After decades of being farmed with sub-par farming techniques, the soil used to grow fruits and vegetables has been literally depleted of nutrients and minerals. When you have depleted soil, what you end up with is depleted fruits and vegetables - period. Chemicals & Pesticides
The poor quality plants that are being grown in overcrowded fields, with depleted soil are sickly and unable to ward off insects and disease.
That means that the crops have to be treated with even more pesticides and chemicals than they needed just a few decades ago.
So not only do we have plants that are suffering from nutritional deficiency, but they're also being inundated with more dangerous chemicals every year.
Sea Vegetables Are Food You’re probably thinking, sea vegetables?
That’s just a made up name for something disgusting that I would never eat. Well, you might be surprised to learn that you have dined on sea vegetables many times and don’t even know it. If you have ever eaten a sushi roll, congratulations….you’ve already enjoyed sea vegetables! Vegetables provide the body with compounds that you simply can’t find in other foods. Low in calories and abundant in vitamins and minerals not to be found in land derived foods, sea vegetables stand in a class all their own. For centuries, sea vegetables have been a part of the human diet, particularly for those living in coastal regions. In China, sea vegetables as a food and health source have been traced and recorded as far back as 800BC. Modern cultures with easy access consume sea vegetables fresh, dried or use them as a seasoning, side dish, or condiment. Given that the marine waters where sea vegetables grow is remarkably similar to the constitution of human blood, the health benefits go without saying. Sea vegetables are considered a natural whole food and a sustainable, renewable resource as well. Top-quality sea vegetables are grown wild and harvested from clean coastal areas. This is a natural environment that is ripe in minerals our body needs. Ocean water produces at least 92 minerals that are absorbed and used by the plants that are growing in the sea. This is why sea vegetables are one of the most nutrient-dense foods found on the planet. No other foods provide the mineral benefits found in sea vegetables.
Sea vegetables accumulate all the wonderful minerals found in the waters of our seas and oceans and transfer those benefits to the end user - us and other animals inhabiting the sea.
They are packed with more minerals than you
can possibly imagine, including providing 2000% of daily recommended
intake of the much needed iodine.
Aside from providing tremendous amounts of iodine, calcium, potassium, iron, and many other trace minerals, many sea vegetables are very high in protein. One example is spirulina, which has more protein per gram than most animal protein sources.
Carotenoids, such as beta carotene, and lycopene are two other examples of what put sea vegetables on the top of our list of super foods for a super diet.
Science From The Sea
“The thousands of vitamins, minerals, and beneficial plant compounds called
phyto-chemicals in whole foods act synergistically together to create a more powerful effect than the sum of their parts.”
For decades nutritionists have touted the health benefits of sea vegetables with good reason, as the benefits of more than a few of these plants have proven to be absolutely profound.
The idea that a synthetic, laboratory created vitamin could be a replacement for a natural vitamin is highly questionable.
So choose wisely, it’s your body and you deserve the very best.
The Super 7 Sea Miracle Ingredients
Ascophyllum nodosum is a large, common brown alga, the only species in the genus Ascophyllum.
It is a seaweed of the northern Atlantic Ocean, also known as Norwegian Kelp, Knotted Kelp or Knotted Wrack.
The species grows slowly and plants can live to be several decades old.
Chemical and nutritional analyses indicate that it contains vitamins such as thiamine, folic acid and vitamin C, and amino acids and minerals such as sodium, potassium, calcium, iron and iodine, according to the Journal of Nutrition.
Chondrus crispus, known under the common name Irish Moss or Carrageen Moss, is a species of red alga which grows abundantly along the rocky parts of the Atlantic coast of Europe and North America.
It consists of nearly 10% protein and about 15% mineral matter, and is rich in iodine and sulfur. Known mostly for aiding in digestion and intestinal disorders, it also possesses antibacterial and antiviral properties.
Fucus vesiculosus, known by the common names Bladder Wrack, Red Wrack, Red Fucus and Sea Oak, is a seaweed found on the coasts of the North Sea, the western Baltic Sea, and the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. It was the original source of iodine, discovered in 1811, and was used extensively to treat goiter, a swelling of the thyroid gland related to iodine deficiency. Primary chemical constituents of this plant include mucilage, algin, mannitol, betacarotene, iodine, bromine, potassium and many other minerals.
- Fucus evanescens is an Arctic species, originating in the North Atlantic. As with other brown algae, it is very high in magnesium, and high in protein, vitamin A, iodine, bromine and phosphorous. It also contains vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin E and an extensive list of minerals such as potassium, calcium, sodium, sulfur, chloride, silicon, iron, manganese, copper, zinc, titanium and trace elements.
- Laminaria is a genus of 31 species of large, brown algae, all sharing the common name of Kelp. Aside from its high vitamin B-12 and mineral content, Kelp has strong anti-carcinogenic properties. Also, the sodium alginate in Kelp has been shown to reduce the body's absorption of radiation.
- Porphyra may be the most domesticated marine alga, also known as laver, or nori (Japanese), zakai, gim (Korean) and zicai (Chinese). This red alga has been cultivated extensively in Asia as an edible seaweed used to wrap the rice and fish for the Japanese food, sushi. Containing more vitamin C than oranges and minerals that include manganese, copper and selenium, it is particularly high in trace elements such as zinc.
- Ulva lactuca, a bright green alga in the division Chlorophyta, is also known by the common name Sea Lettuce. It is high in protein and a variety of vitamins (A, B1, C) and minerals (potassium, magnesium, calcium) especially iron.