Organic bladderwrack , also known as bladderwrack seaweed or bladderwrack sea vegetable, is at the center of a recent study conducted by the University of California, both the Berkeley and Davis campuses. The study concluded that Japanese women tend to have a far lower occurrence of breast cancer than the average population.
This conclusion was drawn by chemically analyzing organic bladderwrack and bladderwrack sea vegetables, finding that a bladderwrack rich diet leads to an average longer menstrual period. This results in the occurrence of a lower number of menstruations over the course of lifetime, thus lowering the overall amount of cancer causing hormones in women.
Other benefits of bladderwrack include pH balance and an abundance of organic iodine for thyroid balance. Furthermore, rich concentrations of bio available marine minerals are present in bladderwrack seaweed, and the benefits have been well documented. Many coastal societies have cooked with the brown marine algae for more than a thousand years.
Prior to the arrival of the potato from the new world, bladderwrack was a stable food for the Irish. Bladderwrack sea vegetable absorbs many of the marine minerals available in sea water. It bio-enhances these marine minerals to create a marine super-food. Furthermore, organic bladderwrack is the best way to ensure top mineral content and that no chemicals have been used during its processing.
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