A must try!

I made something totally new yesterday! SEA MOSS! Yes, sea moss AKA “irish sea moss”…From first glance the instructions seemed hard… but upon actually doing it, it was fairly simple. I am very proud of my skills. I turned sea moss in to well… a jelly. Not just any kind of jelly, it’s a jelly that makes smoothies and cold dessertsextra creamy! Don’t let the odd look of the sea moss deter you from trying this luscious filler. Here are a few of its benefits:

“With regard to good digestion, Irish Moss’s demulcent properties soothe the mucous membranes of the digestive tract, and the high mucilage content helps to ease gastritis, dyspepsia, nausea, heartburn, indigestion and is also used to prevent vomiting.

Irish Moss is rich in iodine content, supplying the nutrient through the intestinal tract, and it is highly important in supporting good thyroid gland health and relieving the many problems associated with poor thyroid function and iodine deficiency (goiter, fatigue, inability to tolerate cold, slow heart rate, low metabolism, poor skin and hair condition, etc.).”  http://www.dickcontino.com/irishseamossweightlosslungclearskin.htm

I made a delicious mango, nectarine, passion fruit sorbet smoothie

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