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Seaweed Detoxes Dioxins, Has Other Health Benefits

Friday, November 17th 2023 10:00am 4 min read
Dr. Jessica Peatross dr.jess.md @drjessmd

Hospitalist & top functional MD who gets to the root cause. Stealth infection & environmental toxicity keynote speaker.

Seaweed possesses potent detoxifying properties that could aid in the elimination of harmful dioxins from the body. These dioxins might be generated through incidents like the recent train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, or from products containing Splenda (sucralose).

Throughout history, seaweed has been highly esteemed for both its nutritional and medicinal value. Archaeological findings from the site Monte Verde in southern Chile unveiled traces of nine seaweed species dating back 14,220 to 13,980 years, underscoring their significance as a crucial resource for ancient societies.

Abundant in minerals, iodine, essential amino acids, B vitamins, fiber, and vitamin C, seaweed stands as a nutrient-rich food that can notably enhance daily nutritional intake. Nonetheless, its detoxification capabilities hold particular relevance in our contemporary era, marked by frequent chemical mishaps.

In circumstances like the East Palestine train derailment of February 2023, individuals residing nearby could consider incorporating seaweed into their diet to assist in purging toxic dioxins from their bodies.

Seaweed’s Facilitation of Dioxin Elimination

Following the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, a controlled ignition of vinyl chloride led to the release of dioxins into the surroundings. Dioxins, recognized as persistent organic pollutants (POPs), endure in the environment and display resistance to degradation.

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