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Dulse is a sea vegetable that has a very distinct seaweed flavor and a soft, chewy texture. However, in capsule or liquid extract form, the texture, and to some extent the flavor, can be avoided if one finds it unpleasant. Cultivated along the North Atlantic coasts of North America and Europe, this `sea lettuce' grows with a stronghold on rocks and develops edible reddish-brown fronds.
While most sea vegetables contain a wealth of protein, vitamins, and minerals, dulse is no exception. The iodine content alone makes dulse the ideal vegetable or supplement for those who require balancing of the thyroid and its metabolic processes. Dulse also has detoxifying and cleansing properties that benefit many systems of the body. While scientific research of dulse, specifically, is scarce, studies related to iodine deficiency and thyroid function are widely accepted.
Take 20-30 drops of extract in a small amount of warm water 3-4 times daily as needed.
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