Thursday, May 17, 2012

Aloe Vera and Sea Vegetable as a Vitamin Supplement

"Aloe Vera and Sea Vegetable as a Vitamin Supplement"," This is the same whether grown from land or in the sea.
  The question then becomes, can a nutrient rich combination of land and sea provide health benefits?  The answer is an emphatic yes!  Plants, especially those that are considered rich in nutrients, contain the very same nutrients and vitamins that our bodies need.
  Some plants contain more than nutrients and vitamins.
  It's important to find the plants that are good for you.

The planet, OUR planet, has been suffering from a problem for a long time.
  The plants, fruits, and vegetables grown on land simply don't have the nutritional punch they had just 50 years ago.
  This is due, in part, to the depletion of our soils from farming too much, not rotating crops, picking crops too early, and pesticides.
  We often try to do it ourselves, sometimes messing it up and only restoring part of the nutrition that is missing.
  It is important to achieve balance.

Sea plants, sometimes called seaweed but more correctly called sea vegetables, are still in good shape.
  A sea vegetable floats in the ocean absorbing its nutrients straight from the sea.
  Sea vegetables are a rich source of nutrients that would make a great vitamin supplement.
   Combining sea vegetables with land grown plants that are still nutrient rich such as aloe vera creates a vitamin for energy.
  Many Japanese have diets consisting of nearly 25% sea vegetables and as a result have the most people living past their 100th birthday and long before the ancient Greeks, aloe vera was used as a medicinal herb.