Sea Vegetation and Dieting

Sep 27 19:11 2006 Steven Godlewski Print This Article

Sea vegetation has been used for years to cure many ailments, and has been used as a food source as well. Now it is time to look at it in a more fitting light. Sea plants are actually extremely good for people wishing to lose weight.

Why? Because sea vegetation comes without the high sugar,Guest Posting fat, calorie, and all the other things that we are more used to eating. Sea vegetation has a lower amount of sugar in it, which means that even though it is used to help raise blood sugar levels, it is not helping to also raise your weight.

Unlike the fast food we eat today, sea plants are actually good for you, they are not deep fried, smothered in grease or drained of all nutritional value like the food we eat today is. Sea plants are low on calories, and high in important vitamins our bodies need every day to keep us healthy.

Sea vegetation also contains things that help start your metabolism, which means that sea plants actually help digest themselves in a cleaner more effective way without having to worry about grease and such mixing in with the good things.

People on diets based on sea vegetation even feel better every day. They don’t wake up still tired and sluggish after a long night sleep and are more ready and prepared for the day ahead. They have less problems exercising because the sea plants don’t have the high sugar count that makes us lazy.

Not only is sea vegetation able to give you more energy, it can also help keep your body detoxified by foods that you may eat from time to time. Sea vegetation can actually trap toxins in your body and makes them skip digestion, which is normally where the toxins either make you sick or is where the toxins break down and spread out.

The sea vegetation takes that trapped toxin and neutralizes it so that when the sea vegetation is being digested it is the only thing being digested and not something that is unhealthy and possibly ill causing.

Sea Vegetation in HealthWhen someone says they are using sea vegetation for dieting or health eating, what do you think of? Does your mind suddenly picture them eating a big glob of see weed? Or do you see them making a salad out of coral reef?Sea vegetation is actually one of the few types of plants on earth that is still perfectly healthy. Sea vegetation has more things in it, such as vitamins, elements, and irons then most of the vegetation grown on land does.

There are three main groups of sea vegetation too, but instead of being classified by hard to pronounce words, they are classified by the color of them. The red sea vegetation has three different types, the green sea vegetation has two different types, and the brown sea vegetation has four different types in it.

Sea vegetation has been known to have as many things as vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B 12, C, D3, E, K, phytohormones, pigments, proteins, polysaccharides, alginic acid, carrageenans and cellulose, a high concentration of potassium, chlorine, sodium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur phosphorus, iodine, iron, copper, manganese, and others.

You don’t see that type of combination in your every day garden salad. Another great thing about sea vegetation is that it is almost completely untouched. It sits there out in the ocean, growing, and when it is done growing, it just survives until it is washed up or taken out of the water.

Even sea animals feed off the vegetation down there. Sea vegetation has been known to help with carb diets, maintain a good percent of calcium, and the best part, it has been used by other cultures for hundreds of years.

Sea vegetation has been used for healing, heart problems, as a food source, and more. So when you put it all together and get down to it, eating sea vegetation, which you usually picture as slimy and green, is better for you then eating a hamburger and fries.

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Steven Godlewski
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Steven Godlewski is a self-made millionaire and is currently working with the staff at He has an extensive background in nutrition as well as other health related fields. For more health-related articles see their website at:

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