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Seaweed Instant Noodles with Malungay

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Seaweed Instant Noodles with Malungay

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Seaweed Cantoon is made of wheat flour, eggs, vegetable oil, seaweeds, lye, water and salt. Manufactured by: SAMASABALATASAN, for bulk orders call thru 09465327182. Minimum order of 5pcs. Health benefits of Seaweeds: Best source of iodine for internal needs. The iodine or Iodine-Protein complexes which are prevalent in seaweed are essential for the thyroid gland, to regulate body's metabolism. As well as being rich with antioxidants such as beta-carotene and over 60 trace elements that include potassium, calcium, iodine, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc and manganese, seaweed is a major source of B12. Contains anti-inflammatory compounds called fucoidans and polyphloroglucinols that can help fight conditions such as osterioarthritis. A seaweed broth could be extremely beneficial for the health of the kidneys as it gets rid of excess acid and takes the burden off the kidney's filtration system. Also contain potassium which can help to build muscles and speed up metabolism. Seaweed is a great source of Omega 3 fatty acids which can help stave off dementia. A diet rich in essential fatty acids may also protect against cancer and heart disease. It is a great source of protein so can help keep quadriceps toned and strong. One of the richest plant sources of calcium. It contains more vitamin C than an orange. Malungay leaves are loaded with nutrients. It also contains two times the protein in milk, three times the potassium in bananas, four times the Vitamin A in carrots and seven times the Vitamin C (orange) while the flowers are used to heal inflammation of the tendons and abscesses.


Good Source of Dietary Fiber and Energy! OrMiGUSO Seaweed Instant Noodles with Malungay.

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