Why Irish Sea Moss Is the Newest ‘Superfood’ in Town?

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Have you been seeing celebrities like Kim Kardashian post about using sea moss in their smoothies and other foods? You’re not imagining things – the use of sea moss in meals, skincare, and supplements has skyrocketed in recent years. It’s the newest “superfood,” and for good reason.

Even though people have been eating Irish sea moss for hundreds of years, we’re only now beginning to understand the true depth of its health potentials. Let’s talk about what we already know and what research is revealing day-by-day.

Sea Moss Is Packed With 92 Minerals and Vitamins

Sea Moss contains 90+ Minerals

The first reason why sea moss is heralded as a superfood? It’s jam-packed with important nutrients and minerals. In fact, it’s been found that sea moss contains a whopping 92 out of the 102 minerals and vitamins naturally found in the human body.

Some of the most recognized, valuable nutrients in sea moss include:

  • Magnesium
  • Zinc
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin B2
  • Vitamin B12
  • Calcium
  • Chromium
  • Omega-3 fatty acids

Why is there so much fuss about these nutrients and the others in sea moss?

Well, most of them play a big role in your emotions, mental health, immune system strength, and diet. If you want to look and feel great, incorporating the right nutrients in your life is one of the best ways to start.

Sea moss is also packed with potassium, a nutrient your body desperately needs to maintain a normal heartbeat and build strong muscles. If you’re consistently struggling with cramps, fatigue, constipation, and other conditions related to low potassium levels, you might want to consider adding a dash of sea moss to your daily diet.

It Supports Overall Gut Wellness

support overall gut wellness

The second reason for sea moss’s explosion in popularity is its proposed benefits for your digestive tract. Sea moss contains prebiotics, which is a type of dietary fiber that helps balance the bacteria in your gut.

When you have too much “bad” bacteria in your gut, you may experience:

  • Trouble digesting certain foods
  • Bloating
  • Gas
  • Abdominal pain
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea
  • Other unpleasant symptoms

By taking sea moss supplements or including the moss in some of your foods, you have the chance to support healthy bacteria growth and therefore negate these awful side effects. Although you should always talk to your doctor before starting any big diet changes, many support the inclusion of sea moss on a regular basis.

Studies Reveal It Can Help Your Mental Health

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We already told you that sea moss is rich in potassium. Did you know that potassium actually works as an electrolyte in your body?

Just like certain sports drinks, sea moss helps your muscles contract properly and transmit the right signals through your nerves. You need potassium to replenish your body – especially after a hard workout.

Unlike most sports drinks, which are high in bad sugars and other harmful ingredients, sea moss is vegan and 100 percent natural. Some research has even tied the superfood to increased mental functioning and decreased feelings of depression, anxiety, and agitation.

Edible seaweeds like Irish sea moss contain “neuroprotective compounds” that promote excellent cognitive functioning and behavior. It’s common for potassium-rich foods to be prescribed for those dealing with mental health problems, and the presence of these neuro-active properties only helps more.

Sea Moss Has Very Little Taste – and That’s a Good Thing

Healthy Food

Think about when you eat garnishes like parsley – you don’t taste much, right? Sea moss is the same way, but instead of serving little purpose in your meal, it packs a huge amount of nutrients and vitamins into each bite.

At Freshly Rooted Tribe, we sell clean, mineral-packed sea vegetables that you can scoop right out of the jar. Although you could eat this sea moss plain, we recommend incorporating it into a variety of foods including homemade:

  • Juices
  • Shakes
  • Sauces
  • Casseroles
  • Baked goods
  • Soups/stews
  • Smoothies
  • Jellies/jams
  • Salads

You’ll actually find that sea moss adds a unique, pleasant texture to many of these foods without changing the flavor. For many, this is an easy, painless way to incorporate more vitamins and minerals into their everyday diet.

Irish Sea Moss Can Be Used in a Variety of Ways

Meal Preparation

Eating or drinking sea moss isn’t the only way you can reap its benefits. Raw, blended, and turn it into a gel (or purchase it that way in the first place). This gel can then be used to soothe anything from itchy skin to sunburns. Some have even reported improved results with eczema and psoriasis, as well as acne breakouts when using topical sea moss.

You’ll find Irish sea moss incorporated in many skincare products, including certain kinds of makeup. So, if you’re looking for a way to improve your skin’s health and purchase vegan items, consider sticking to sea moss-based products.

Keep in mind that you’ll need to use sea moss on your face for up to four weeks in a row to see results. Don’t give up if you don’t reap rewards immediately – it takes time for your skin to adjust, especially if you are already dealing with acne and other skin problems.

In Conclusion

As far as superfoods go, sea moss is one of the easiest to naturally blend into your lifestyle and diet. Talk to your practitioner today about how you can best add this natural supplement to your habits.

When we say that our Freshly Rooted Tribe sea moss is 100 percent wild harvested, we mean it. We don’t grow ours in pools or labs – it’s all hand-harvested along the pristine waters of the Atlantic Ocean. We want you to enjoy the same simple, pure, high-quality ingredients that we give to our own family.

Ready to learn more about the newest superfood or other products at Freshly Rooted Tribe? Give us a call at 1 (707) 297-6550. We’re ready to help you start your journey to a healthier, happier future.


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