The Surprising Health Benefits of Sea Moss

The Surprising Health Benefits of Sea Moss

They say sea-ing is believing, and in this case, we may mean that literally. If you're like most people, you probably think of sea moss as nothing more than a slimy, ocean-dwelling plant. Yuck. But did you know that this humble seaweed packs a powerful punch when it comes to health benefits?

First, let's talk about the nutritional powerhouse that is sea moss. This seaweed, also known as "Irish Moss" is loaded with vitamins and minerals, including iodine, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. It's also a great source of antioxidants, which can help protect your cells from damage and may even lower your risk of certain diseases.

But the benefits of sea moss don't stop there. This seaweed has also been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce the risk of chronic diseases like heart disease and cancer. 

Sea Moss also has proven anti-inflammatory properties. Some studies suggest that certain components in sea moss may support gut health and act as prebiotics.

But perhaps the most surprising benefit of sea moss is its potential to improve your skin. Sea moss is rich in collagen, which is the protein that keeps your skin looking youthful and elastic. It's also been shown to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and even improve skin tone and texture.

We're proud to carry the best of the best (that's what we're known for!) when it comes to Sea Moss Capsules, thanks to our friends at Atlantic Naturals. Rated number one in the entire country, these 100% vegan capsules are created with in-depth scientific, clinical studies to ensure your body is getting the good stuff.

"Algae is possibly the most mineral rich superfood on the planet," the team at Atlantic Naturals says. "In a time where foods are being stripped of their nutrients to increase profit--the ocean is our last hope. It is the only natural resource that man cannot truly alter. [Our] small team dedicated to making humans healthy through sustainable, marine ecosystems."

So next time you're at the beach and see some sea moss, don't just step over it. Take a closer look and consider adding it to your diet. Your body (and skin) will thank you!