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Dulse and Kelp are very similar. I have begun using Dulse instead of Kelp because it can be bought in a much less processed form than Kelp. Dulse is a powerhouse of minerals and nutrients. It contains iron, iodine, potassium, magnesium, and calcium—to name just a few minerals—as well as high levels of vitamin A. Each of these minerals is important to bone density, joint function, tissue health, and cellular integrity. The potassium found in Dulse is well known as a vasodilator, strengthening the veins and preventing vein damage. Potassium also lowers blood pressure and protects against heart disease and stroke. Potassium, and Dulse, help increase blood flow to the brain and to the capillaries. The vitamin A in Dulse acts as an antioxidant, preventing free radicals from destroying delicate tissues such as those found in the eye. Vitamin A can slow the development of cataracts and keep eyesight sharp and focused. Vitamin C, also found in high concentration in Dulse, has an amazingly long list of benefits, all of which can also be attributed to Dulse.
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