In Asia, kelp is used not in broths but also a variety of other dishes. It has a distinctive texture and taste, and it often appears on our table. It is a food that people like because there are so many health benefits.
Kelp is a seaweed distributed in the Pacific coast of Korea, Japan, and the Kamchatka peninsula. Kelp is typically about 1.5 to 3.5 meters in length and about 25 to 40 cm in width. There are about 20 varieties of kelp growing in the Pacific coast and consists of 49% carbohydrates (cellulose 20% polysaccharides ), 7% protein, 1.5% fat, 16% water, 26.5% inorganic salts.
Effect on your skin's health:
- Rich in vitamins C and E, kelp not only makes the skin radiant and elastic but also helps fight against aging.
- Reduces the appearance of age spots and freckles that make the skin unevenly toned.
- Kelp is particularly effective for acne skin, atopic skin, and oily seborrheic skin as it contains minerals like zinc .
- Zinc is nicknamed 'skin minerals' and has excellent effects on various skin troubles.
- Promotes healing and helps reduce bacteria that cause skin problems.
- Effective in achieving smoother skin. Kelp improves blood circulation and is loaded with minerals like calcium and potassium.
- In winter, the skin becomes dry and flaky. Kelp improves blood circulation, rich in vitamins and minerals and improves the appearance of the skin.