It may boosts immunity
One study showed that Atlantic salmon (Fish) that ate sea moss to have a more efficient immune
response than salmon fish that didn’t. Of course, fish and people have very different bodies, and no
similar studies have yet proven the same effect on humans.
Still, a healthy gut is associated with a healthy immune system. And sea moss is also high in iron and
antioxidants, which both contribute to immune health.
It can build muscle and aid in workout recovery
Sea moss is rich in an amino acid called taurine, which helps with muscle-building. When we
exercise, we get little micro-tears in our muscle sins but amino acids can help with that recovery.
Sea moss also has about 6 grams of protein per 100 grams, an exercise staple. Just don’t rely solely
on sea moss for exercise recovery! You’ve still got to make sure you’re getting enough healthy food,
hydration, rest, etc.
In short, Sea moss has a lot of benefits for human health. Everyone should at least add 10 to 50
grams in their daily diets to live a healthy and properly functioning life.