Maine Coast, Sea Vegetables Seasonings, Sea Salt With Sea Vegetables, 1.50-Ounce
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- Size:1.50 oz.
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- Dimensions (in):4.3 x 2 x 2
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- Publication Date:August 14, 2011
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- 0.15 Ounces Granule
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Maine Coast Sea Vegetables - Sea Seasonings Organic Sea Salt with Sea Veg - 1.5 oz. (43g)They think you'll love the subtle taste and interesting look of Maine Coast Sea Vegetables Sea Seasonings Organic Sea Salt with Sea Veg. This blend contains enough of their iodine-rich kelp and dulse granules to provide 370 mcg of iodine per 1/4 teaspoon serving, which meets or exceeds the 150 microgram RDA for iodine. The book "Iodine, Why You Need It" by Dr. David Brownstein, says that most people aren't getting enough iodine even if people eat lots of iodized salt. In fact, as a population iodine levels have dropped 50% in 30 years (according to a NAHNES data in 2000). The reasons are complex, but it's partly because many are turning from iodized table salt to sea salt and partly because some studies show the iodine in table salt may only be partly bio-available anyway. According to Dr. Brownstein, your thyroid as well as your entire endocrine system depends on iodine as an essential element. Wild Harvested Seaweeds from Downeast MaineMaine Coast Sea Vegetables is located at the very head of Frenchman's Bay. Their certified organic sea veggies are hand harvested from the rocky, sparsely populated "Downeast" coastal area between Bar Harbor and Eastport. The Harvest begins in early April, with snow pack often still on the ground and the shallow coastal inlets still frozen. The low tides of October bring us their last dulse - if they're lucky! All plants are wild and most are certified organic. Organic Certification means higher quality You may wonder why they went to the trouble and expense to become certified organic by Organic Crop Improvement Association (OCIA), particularly as they already test their dried seaweeds for the absence of heavy metals, herbicides, pesticides, and microbiological contaminants. It's true that compared to land plants, they have little control over the growing conditions of their wild marine plants.
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