The sea has always been a healthy food source. Not only because of the fish and shellfish, they also found a good supplier of vegetables.
As Bladderwrack, that might still eaten by the English coastal inhabitants as such. Bladderwrack washes up on the tide line and forms a good breeding ground for other plants.
Bladderwrack has been used to the discovery of iodine, in the 18th century.
Bladderwrack appears particularly suited to promote metabolism and burn fats and carbohydrates.
- Promotes metabolism
- Promotes the burning of fats and carbohydrates
For meals one capsule with ½ glass of water. Contains 80 mcg of iodine per capsule, up to 2 capsules per day.