Growing up, you needed calcium, and your parents demanded, “Drink your milk!” As you age, you realize that you still need calcium, along with many other nutrients in your diet to tighten up muscle and make yourself beefy. Even though your are no longer buggin’ you about milk (she still bugs you about other stuff) you desire to keep your body healthy and your bones strong.
For bone strength and vital health, grab your chopsticks and chow down on some sushi. Dive into one of the ocean’s healthiest vegetables: seaweed.
The seaweed vegetable has many health benefits. It’s loaded with antibiotic properties, helps counteract obesity, strengthens bones and teeth, and aids in the digestion process. Seaweed also strengthens the kidneys and nervous system, and helps reduce cholesterol. Sea vegetables or seaweed are the most nutritious foods, higher in vitamins and minerals than all other vegetables, and are excellent sources of calcium.
If you feel that you do not have enough time on your hands and are not able to cook and consume healthy food, then try to outsource your cooking from somewhere where you can get your meals for a week at one go. This will not just save you time but will also get you a variety of healthy and tasty food at your doorstep.
At a chic sushi dinner, skip the sashimi and go straight for your favorite hamachi or dragon roll. That green wrapping paper on your sushi, Nori, or the seaweed salad is loaded with minerals and trace elements, no longer found in land vegetables due to soil depletion. If you add a little sake to that you’ll get the added benefits of reducing risks for heart disease.
If you’re not a sushi lover, you easily can include sea vegetables in your diet by adding Dulse Flakes (found at any Asian market or health food store) in place of regular table salt.
Seaweed purifies and balances the ocean; it can do the same for your body. So go ahead and stuff your face with this string bean of the sea, and your bone strength will grow stronger.