New Roots KELP 225 mg

300 tablets
by New Roots
Product ID: NR10314
Expiration: June 2020
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New Roots Kelp

 

Kelp is a type of seaweed with a high content of essential vitamins and mineral salts. It has a very high nutritive value.

Thanks to its high content of vitamins, minerals, and salts, it is very nutritious, a detoxicant, and a regulating remedy that has a wide variety of properties.

Since the content of iodine in this seaweed is very high, it is a very good remedy to maintain the proper function of the thyroid and other glands.

Kelp is a general nutritive tonic to the blood. It is a very important component in cleansing programs, since it is able to prevent different pollutants in the gastrointestinal tract from being absorbed into the body. It also helps to fight infections.

Kelp is reported to have a positive effect upon the sensory nerves, brain tissue, membranes surrounding the brain, and spinal cord. It is used for hair loss, goiter, ulcers, and obesity. It is known also to be of benefit against the effects of radiation. It is good for those with a mineral deficiency and for stimulating the metabolism, for calcium retention, and blood purification.

Benefits:

    • A natural source of iodine
    • Helps with thyroid functions
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tablet
Serving Contains: 300
  Amount/Serving
Iodine (from 225 mg of kelp) 225 mcg
Non-medicinal Ingredients: Sodium starch glycolate, silicon dioxide, microcrystalline
cellulose, vegetable magnesium stearate, and vegetable carbohydrate gum
Take 1–2 tablets daily with meals or as directed by your health-care practitioner.

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Helps to support and maintain thyroid function. New Root is a great brand. Have used a few of their supplements. Best prices at Vitasave!

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J.R.
Hello: The New Roots KELP

Hello:
The New Roots KELP does a good job assisting in the function of the thyroid gland.
Regards,
Josephine