A UNIQUE NUTRITIONAL DIETARY SUPPLEMENT
Sea sausage has been sought after for centuries due to health benefits. In Asia, they use sea sausage for its healing properties and as an aid in treating ailments such as arthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure, frequent urination, impotence, abrasion pain, weight loss, better cholesterol anti-aging. Sea sausage has health benefits that can contribute to increased your quality of life, health and well-being.
In Norway, there has been more research on sea sausage as a food and its potential properties in medicine. Møreforsking has spent a lot of time on sea sausage with research leader Margaret Kjerstad.
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Sea sausage has a very low number of calories and a high percentage of fat and protein - which can make it beneficial for people who want weight loss through diet. It also contains many potent nutrients, including antioxidants, which are good for your health. Adding protein sources such as sea sausage, in the diet and / or as a dietary supplement, can help regulate bowel movements. This can also contribute to lower overall food intake and stabilize blood sugar levels.
Foods rich in protein can be especially beneficial for people with diabetes who want to control their blood sugar levels. Plus, a high-protein diet can improve blood circulation, help lower blood pressure and improve bone density.
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Sea sausage contains something as rare as 7 out of 8 essential amino acids. The sea sausage is also packed with protein, vitamins, minerals and several substances that benefit the general health. For example, they contain phenol and flavonoid antioxidants, which have been shown to reduce inflammation in the body.
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Diets rich in these drugs are associated with reduced risk of many chronic diseases, including heart disease and neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer´s disease. Sea sausage also contains something called triterpene glycosides, which have antifungal, antitumor and immune-boosting properties.
Sea sausage also contains high concentrates of chondroitin sulfate, an important component of human connective tissue found in cartilage and bone. There are indications that foods and supplements that contain chondroitin sulfate may be beneficial for people with common diseases such as osteoarthritis.
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Other interesting properties of sea sausage is that it also contains a rare large number of nutrients. A natural explanation for this is that it is due to the diet, which consists of organic waste on the seabed, which in turn also provides a strong immune system for the sea sausage. It has the ability to regenerate lost parts of the body. When attacked, the sea sausage can get rid of large parts of the intestines and other intestines. These later grow back and allow the sea sausage to escape the threat.
Sea sausage also contains substances called cytotoxins, which have a property in fighting cancer cells. For example, a test tube study showed that triterpene diglycosides found in sea sausages had a toxic effect on five types of cancer cells, including breast cancer, prostate and skin cancer cells. Another study found that Ds-echinoside, a type of triterpene derived from sea sausage, reduced the spread and growth of human liver cancer cells. Although the results are promising, more research is needed to determine the effect of using sea sausage to fight cancer cells.
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A number of test tube studies have shown that sea sausage extract eliminates the growth of bacteria, including E. coli, S. aureus and S. typhi, all of which can cause disease. Other studies have shown that sea urchins can fight Candida albicans, an opportunistic yeast that can cause infections if levels get out of control, especially in immunocompromised individuals.
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A one-week study conducted in 17 elderly nursing home patients with overgrowth of oral Candida (fungal infection in the mouth), showed that those who used seaweed extract experienced a reduction in overgrowth compared to those who did not eat seaweed extracts. In addition, a study showed that sea sausage fought sepsis, a life-threatening complication associated with harmful bacteria.
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Sea sausage can also improve heart and liver health. Tests have been made on high blood pressure which were tested with sea sausage extract, the tests show a significant reduction in blood pressure. Another study shows that a seaweed extract diet significantly reduced total cholesterol.
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Furthermore, another study showed that hepatorenal disease reduces with sea sausage extracts and reduces oxidative stress and liver damage, as well as improved liver and kidney function.
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In summary, based on tests and research, there are several indications that sea sausage can be an aid that helps to fight cancer cells, inhibit harmful bacteria and improve heart health. However, more studies are needed before conclusions about the possible health benefits of sea sausage can be scientifically accepted.
POTENTIAL SIDE EFFECTS OF SEA SAUSAGE
Sea sausage has been consumed around the world for centuries and its properties are considered relatively safe, but sea sausage properties also have some potential concerns.
- First, they have anticoagulant properties, which means they can thin the blood. Those taking blood-thinning medications such as Warfarin should stay away from seaweed, especially in concentrated supplements, to reduce the risk of increased bleeding.
- Secondly, sea urchins are in the same family as sea urchins and starfish, and should be avoided by people who are allergic to shellfish.
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