It’s a common fact that there is plant life in the sea. In fact, these plants are naturally-occurring and are meant to purify and maintain the ocean’s ecological balance. You probably are also aware that some of the sea vegetables are edible, or at the very least, safe for human consumption. Well, you’re not wrong about that.
In fact, it is safe to assume that if these plants, which are often referred to as “sea vegetables”, can purify the sea, then these can likewise perform a similar purification process in the body once consumed.
Sea vegetables are a staple part of the Japanese diet. Come to think of it, most Japanese look young for their age and have beautiful skin. These can be attributed to their sea vegetable diet, seeing as how these plants are rich in minerals. Minerals, in case you didn’t know, are responsible for helping the body absorb important nutrients for various functions, including hair growth and reproduction of new skin cells.